In my opinion, the patent does not describe anything useful. There are no descriptions of the shape of the magnetic field this device is intended to produce, and is about as useful as saying "Aim a bunch of magnets toward the center. It'll work, trust me."
To your point, the examiner may object to the claims because the application fails the enablement requirement. Enablement means that the disclosure enables a person of ordinary skill in the art to make and use the invention without undue experimentation. Even if a patent does issue and you're sued for infringement, one of your arguments might be that the patent shouldn't have issued because it isn't enabling.
Laser augmented turbojet propulsion system
Craft Using an Inertial Mass Reduction Device
Electromagnetic field generator and method to generate an electromagnetic field
Plasma Compression Fusion Device
High frequency gravitational wave generator
Piezoelectricity-induced Room Temperature Superconductor
Laser augmented combustion is a thing, compression fusion like general fusion or first light fusion is a thing and if you use piezoelectricity to induce pressure, then at very high pressures some materials become superconductors near room temperature
"The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than to produce it."
#5 is the most exciting. We used to call it "pendulum", but some people complain that they can't insulate the non-amplified signal.
> by displaying special images using Visual Basic, the CRT will emit electromagnetic waves at specific frequencies corresponding to the images.
This is real, many side-channel attacks use these techniques, you can even broadcast amplitude-modulated radio.
> And if we emit EM waves of a certain frequencies, mind control is achieved. It even has some code!
Probably bullshit. Even if it's possible for EM waves to alter the mind, a CRT doesn't work well. But you can say that it's easier to mind control someone using the web page displayed on the CRT, which is technically electromagnetic waves...
...like running a AC current in a piece of copper wire?
- Flying cars
- Fusion (arguably, considering its track record)
It turns out that humans are the only species in the universe capable of creating good music and as soon as other races detected our radio waves, they started listening to and reproducing our music.
Eventually, the radio waves with our licensing information reach them and every alien race realizes they've been committing copyright infringement on an absolutely massive scale.
Chaos and hijinks ensue.
We really need to rethink the patent system.
- The object had been tracked for 2 weeks by radars: SPY-1 (ship) and E-2 (AWACS aircraft)
- Pilot made naked-eye visual contact with the tic tac from above, watching it move over the water
- There was a cross-shaped wake under it
- It jammed their radar when they attempted a lock, which is why they switched to passive tracking (IR)
- Visual estimate of the speed puts it at faster than mach 3 (SR-71), with instantaneous acceleration
On the show, the pilot pointed out the white "aura" around object in the IR video feed. Since it was set to black-hot, this would mean the nearby air was for some reason colder than the ambient air. He said this was also visible to naked eye as a "bubble." Anyone know of any propulsion that would be associated with a temperature drop to the vehicle surface, along with optical distortion?
Edit: There's a good chance the "aura" is an image processing artifact: https://www.metabunk.org/nyt-gimbal-video-of-u-s-navy-jet-en...
Also since it was black, its surface was hot, not cold.
Check out my Reddit post, I go into greater detail on how these work.
In layman's terms, a vaccuum has been created around the skin of the craft. That vaccuum allows the craft to travel at speeds far beyond an SR-71. And, interestingly, allows them to travel underwater!
The US Navy patent doesn't describe a temperature differential, but it's possible that the absence of air (or water) around the skin of the craft is causing a temperature differential and the 'halo' that you see in the videos that were confirmed "authentic" by the Pentagon.
Check out the Navy's patent here : https://patents.google.com/patent/US20170313446A1/
a quote from it:
"An artificially generated high energy/high frequency electromagnetic field (such as the fields an HEEMFG can produce) can fulfill all three conditions simultaneously (especially in an accelerated vibration/rotation mode), when strongly interacting with the local vacuum energy state. These interactions are induced by the coupling of hyper-frequency axial rotation (spin) and hyper-frequency vibration (harmonic oscillations/abrupt pulsations) of electrically charged systems (high energy electromagnetic field generators), placed on the outside of the craft in strategic locations. 
In this manner, local vacuum polarization, namely the coherence of vacuum fluctuations within the immediate proximity of the craft's surface (outside vacuum boundary) is achieved, allowing for ‘smooth sailing’ through the negative pressure (repulsive gravity) of the ‘void’ (the void within the vacuum). It may be stated that the void ‘sucks in’ the craft."
But I must admit I know very little about these things.
On Rogan's forum, I posted an explanation of how these Navy "UFOs" work. I've included a history of their progress and citations:
But, I will mention that flying a Navy aircraft dangerously close to other military aircraft -- especially between aircraft in formation is aside from being highly-dangerous, is highly-frowned upon, and highly unprofessional.
I don't see US military flight crews taking this risk, even if they are piloting "black" aircraft. I don't see this scenario happening (without an accompanying court martial).
Citation: Served in military in this area. FWIW, I have no better idea of what's going on than the rest of you, other than:
1. The possibility it's a government-manufactured hoax in order to misinform somebody for some reason, or...
2. A multi-spectral (visual/IR/radar) spoofing of some sort, which would mean the US could test things on live crews without actual danger to the crews.
"The way it works is like this. When directed toward the sky, a properly tuned proton beam, focused by magnetic lenses, would pass through the first few thousand meters of air with no apparent effect. If the energy levels are adjusted right, the beam itself wouldn’t be visible. Then, when the energy of the beam dropped to a critical value, it would dump its remaining energy in a very short distance, ionizing the oxygen and nitrogen atoms of the atmosphere, causing one damn fine glowing ball of plasma."
"Assuming a circular beam aperture, the plasma would also take on a circular shape. Viewed from the side, the plasma would have a lenticular cross-section, and possibly even a different color from the bottom to the top due to the energy gradient of the dying beam. Very much like a spectral distribution). In short, it would look just like a glowing saucer. The beam could quickly be moved laterally, giving the plasma the appearance of instantly moving across the sky, much as a searchlight can jump 'instantly' across the bottom of a cloud."
But then I would have expected the crews who saw it to be quickly hushed - not publicly talking about it.
> The US Navy has made it abundantly clear that they have this technology .. When motionless, the craft point their gravitational waveguides DOWN, which causes them to hover.
OK then, tell us why they allowed two shuttles to explode rather than use this gravitational waveguide technology?
In 2008, a CIA analyst named "Ron Pandolfi" signed off on the declassification of the technology in a documented that he signed, here : https://fas.org/irp/agency/dod/jason/gravwaves.pdf
Pandolfi testified before the senate in 1998 in regards to the Chinese stealing U.S. technology:
The US patent office rejected the Navy's patents initially, then signed off on them after the Navy protested that China was working on something similar. Details here : https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/28729/docs-show-navy-g...
That document says very clearly the technology is not feasible.
Yes, that's true. In the declassified document from 2008, they explicitly said it was unfeasible.
In the patent from ten years later, they explain how they did it.
Here is a cut and paste from the Navy's patent (https://patents.google.com/patent/US10322827B2/):
"The JASON report considers relatively low EM energy fluxes, when compared with those generated by the physical mechanisms described in the inventor's aforementioned published paper (on the order of 1033 W/m2, and beyond). This exceptionally high EM power intensity induces spontaneous particle pair production (avalanche) out of the vacuum of free space, thereby, ensuring complete polarization of the local Vacuum energy state, thus resulting in modification of the local spacetime energy density. It is because of this fact, that the JASON report's conclusions must be revisited, are incorrect, and are directly in conflict with the current invention."
In my Reddit post, I get into more detail, in regards to the relationship between JASON and the US Navy. (JASON was a program started by DARPA, who created the Internet.)
If the IP described here is legitimate in terms of having any practical use or viability, it wouldn’t be published.
1) become an employee somewhere that will pay for all your patent applications.
2) have some sort of reward system so that filed patent applications are counted positively on an employee review, or have a modest financial gain (some employees have from modest to substantial gains for filing patents)
3) have unofficial reward systems (such as peer respect) that also benefit the employee
4) "person with most filed patent applications" or "person with most really cool applications" leads to employee rise to power.
"Given what we know about secret space programs developed by the US Navy and Air Force respectively, electromagnetic propulsion systems have been used for decades in several crafts that operate both in space and underwater. The reason why Dr. Pais chose not to mark the patent applications secret was that senior Navy officials have decided the time had come for the disclosure of advanced electromagnetic propulsion technologies that were already in operation, rather than merely innovative proposals for future development as suggested in the patent application."
Personally, I believe that the "UFO" seen by the Navy pilot Commander David Fravor was a Navy craft. I don't think it was extraterrestrial in origin.
Hence, "secret space programs."
UFOlogy is a form of religious cult?
If it were real, it'd be a national security secret of the sort people go to jail forever for revealing, not a patent.
Depressingly powerful. For example:
> The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Fresno police officers accused of stealing more than $225,000 while executing a search warrant are protected by qualified immunity and thus cannot be sued over the incident.
thermonuclear weapons are fusion yield devices using fission to ignite a fusion fuel. a fusion bomb, or other such weapon is probably closer to production than fusion derived power generation generation.
Thermonuclear weapons are fusion yield devices using the energetic fission products to confine and compress a fusion fuel so that it can burn.
As soon as the radiation pressure drops below a critical threshold, the fusion reaction ceases immediately. The fusion reaction cannot sustain on its own without this incredible amount of force being applied to it continuously.
This is why we still have not produced commercially-viable pure-fusion power plants. It may still be possible, but if you consider the forces and energies required to create a single-shot weapon that burns its fuel only for fractions of a second, you might start to appreciate the challenge that engineers and scientists have undertaken with the objective of continuously providing fusion power.
A single 1 megaton thermonuclear weapon can produce the equivalent of around 1100 gigawatts of power for an entire hour. If we could find a way to capture even a fraction of this, you could power a LOT of things for quite some time. Now, obviously I am not advocating actually doing this with fission devices, but having some sort of "extremely temporary" reactor design could be viable considering the amount of energy each unit could produce, even if each only works 1 time.
There is a good reason that magnetic confinement devices are the cutting edge of fusion energy research; and no, it isn’t tribalism.
the toroidal sloika is a thing that was supposed to be the super of doomsday bombs, weather or not it existed beyond diagrams is an issue however it had the appearance of a layer cake toriod inside a tokomak with a hell of a microwave guide to either pole of the toroid
Am I expected to believe there's a turbine propelled by steam conventionally generating that much electricity powering the alleged tic-tac craft?
Or do the patents describe a purely direct thermoelectric conversion method capable of sustaining such power levels in such a small space at fusion temperatures?
From where I'm sitting, at this moment, this all seems like an elaborate disinformation campaign to both prop up morale of the domestic masses believing the USA has magic China doesn't, while trying to instill FUD in the enemy.
Maybe... I could actually buy that the military has some kind of top secret fusion technology, but this being a disinformation campaign doesn't make a lot of sense. This story doesn't really prop up domestic morale - the masses for the most part don't know about this, nor do they care (that notwithstanding the fraction who already believe the Area 51/UFO stuff anyway.) And I would expect China or any modern country to be capable of differentiating between a description of legitimate science and magical woo-woo nonsense.
My personal take on this is that there is legitimate, purely terrestrial but advanced technology at work here, but still nothing involving anti-gravity or anything ridiculous like that. I'm assuming people's pop-cultural bias towards UFO conspiracy theories are causing people to jump the gun.
But even then it's weird. It's weird any way you look at it, unless the whole thing is a hoax from top to bottom.
The lure of the magic-bullet/deus-ex-Machina, (that one device that will solve pretty much everything!), can be pretty intoxicating.
If they've produced technology that can revolutionize our lives, they have a responsibility to tell us about it. (We paid for it, after all!)
And if they're hoaxing, they have no right to spend taxpayer money on hoaxes, or to file false patents. (And there's no active war going on that would give them the legal right to make stuff up to confuse an enemy state.)
(Of course, in all likelyhood this is all a lot of nothing.)