What kind of life do you want to live?

Figure 1. A seemingly harmless chassis design of what is claimed to be a craft capable of manipulating spacetime through the use of gravity waves, travelling through any medium including Space, Air and Water, and even “swift movement” beyond our Solar System. This would explain the UFO sightings of many of the Navy pilots that have come out of the wood work, too bad this patent is blatant Pseudoscience.
Figure 2. Patent filed by the US Navy suggesting the use of cryogenically cooled superconducting materials in vehicle design. A currently infeasible idea, the engineering to reduce a superconducting system to the appropriate size while maintaining structural integrity within something as small as a craft is well outside of the scope of cutting edge Engineering.
Some relaxing art because what I’m about to say is not relaxing at all.

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CEO of ReactiveQ, BASc. Industrial Engineering ’18,University of Toronto, Quantum Computing and Runiversic Researcher. The world belongs to the curious.

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