>>17190227 We'll op to my knowledge colossal giants, no but there was a species of early on homos who were relatively tall I can send you a link to to video https://youtu.be/b_-vWCY5lN0 I think this is one of the videos
Aliens intentionally avoid us we havent hit the right point of technology and evolution to not have conflict with them there has never been a race of giants and the fact that most people wont believe me is enough to keep me from being wisked away especialy since I personally lack concrete proof
>>17190590 That reminds me of the Harrison berdron (not sure if I spelled the last name right) story but I think in a weird way that's kinda cool you know I get to experience the things people only talk of or heard of close up
>>17190680 I haven't really read all too much into it. I know enough to conclude that it's a USAF black project involving a new, super powerful and super efficient engine system. Any good links for reading about it? Like at least semi-reputable sources or from someone who knows what they're talking about.
>>17190713 That was really interesting. If that's what they were doing in the 80-90's I can't imagine what sorts of things they're working on these days. Assuming advancements have been happening at the same rate.
>>17190698 What you're thinking of is a scramjet. A high altitude engine that uses compressed oxygen as its sustaining fuel during flight. The vehicle needs to reach a high velocity before the primary engine actually ignites and begins producing thrust, the high velocity gives it enough ram air and compression to ignite and begin burning oxygen. Their peak operating range is in extreme upper atmosphere where drag is exceedingly low, essentially allowing them to orbit the earth at speeds rivaling the space shuttle, around 18,000mph. Because of all that they have to generally get carried up off the ground by another craft, then rely on secondary rocket engines to get them up to speed before they reach their normal operating altitude.
Many, many years ago before this was a proven concept it was considered to be a thing of science fiction. People have suspected that the government designed a working scramjet vehicle which is what people think is Project Aurora. What made this especially mysterious is that its one of the only things that the government explicitly denied when questioned by watch dog groups while under oath. Certain things they just say is classified, and they don't have to go into any further detail, but they explicitly denied the existence of such an aircraft or associated black fund project.
In the non classified realm of things, scramjets are a proven concept, test engines have been built and demoed. The amount of publicly available information on various X planes and test engines is astounding.
The real kicker about this and why its such a big deal is its potential for nuclear delivery. You have something that can reach 18,000mph and you can reach any populated spot on the planet in an hour. You have a controlled vessel capable of delivering a nuclear warhead anywhere on the planet within a single hour, and its moving far too fast for anyone to even have a sliver of a chance of shooting it down.
>>17190820 Do yourself a favor and keep up with tech related news, the shit that man has developed is a testament to how incredible a species we are. http://spectrum.ieee.org/
We have near perfect black body materials that absorb over 99% of all light, that is they do not re emit the light that touches the surface. You shine a flashlight on a black sheet of paper and you see the beam of the flashlight on it, you can tell you're illuminating a sheet of paper. You shine a flaghlight on an advanced black body and it looks like the beam of your flashlight abruptly disappears. The photons just don't bounce back off of it. If you were to coat all of the surfaces in a room with such a material, stand inside of it, then turn on a lightbulb you wouldn't see a single thing aside from the lightbulb and yourself. It would appear to you as if you were suspended in absolute nothingness. Hows that for a man made horror?
We've made big advances in reducing radar signatures, even physically bending certain parts of the light spectrum to create real optical camouflage. The only thing holding us back from having sci-fi style laser weapons on airplanes is energy storage. We can create weaponized lasers powerful and fast enough to shoot missiles out of the sky though they need an extreme energy source to power them, no conventional battery chemistry in existence can provide enough power within a reasonably small package. Once that issue is solved and the right chemical energy source is ironed out we'll have laser armed fighter jets, likely that are totally invisible to the naked eye.
>>17190462 I doubt any alien species capable of space travel would ignore earth. We're a tremendous threat to everything around us. Its also incredibly naive to think any species would ever lose its capacity for violence, or that one would even want to lose such a valuable survival trait.
>>17191951 We're a tremendous threat to everything in our current vicinity. Any suffuciently advanced intergalactic society could not possibly feel threatened by a planet that is so technologically dwarfed as to be incapable of perceiving them in the first place.
>>17192294 There are a few black body materials that have been whipped up in labs, and its unlikely that you'll get your hands on any of them as a consumer. Its not like you're going to find it in a rattle can of spray paint. Though at least one company is taking special orders for their material which they call Vantablack.
You speak of invisible fighter jets, and I don't mean to disagree with you, and I'm sure you're aware of this to some degree, but shapeshifting aerographene and carbon in general is going to be the material of the future.
To call it a fighter jet sells it short - it could turn into a tank, a piece of artillery, or a sex toy. Aerographene can compress by 90% - meaning that a 1m3 object could reduce it's volume to 0.1m3. Aerographene weighs 0.16mg/cm3, meaning a 1m3 object would weigh 160g. Aerographene can hold 900 times it's own weight in oil, meaning that 160g of AG could hold 144kg of gasoline - which holds 37.4MJ/L, meaning that this object could hold 37,400MJ.
It takes 1.355 joules to lift 1lb 1ft, so that 37,400MJ would power lifts of hundreds of tons. As you can see, the strength to weight ratio is such that this object is going to move faster than the eye can see - bullet speeds.
A flying black blob, that can kill you just by ramming you. I call it a Soma, and I wrote an essay about them;
well they dress in black remember that Just in case we ever face to face and make contact The title held by them: MiB Means what you think you saw, you did not see So don't blink be what was there Is now gone, they have black suit with the black RayBans on they walk in shadow, move in silence they guard against extra-terrestrial violence But yo they ain't on no government list they straight don't exist, no names and no fingerprints you saw somethin' strange? watch your back Cause you never quite know where the MiBs is at Uh and...
they are the Men in Black (Men in Black...) Galaxy defenders (oooh, oooh, oooh) they are the Men in Black (Men in Black...) They won't let you remember (won't let you remember...)
>>17192294 You might be able to mimic it with some slightly translucent and bumpy black material It's hard to explain, but just think about the way photons of light bounce off surfaces and you're halfway there, minus the optimizations for a real 99%
>The guy that invented ftl shit-post on /pol/ >We sold china shitty parts for a particle accelerator, they are going to be upset when they try to turn it on >the mysterious black goo in the crust of the earth is still there eating anything we throw at it. >Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy >a navy seal regularly post on /pol/; he wasnt involved in killing Osama but everyone thinks he did >the USA would win any world war scenario at the moment. They couldnt withstand our girth.
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