UAPS & UFOS : Why CFD Is Relevant
Sudden astonishing changes in direction – CFD to the rescue ! It has been said that these observed sudden changes in direction can’t be executed by human pilots in contemporary aircraft and that, in fact, they violate the laws of physics. I don’t agree with the latter statement. The reason one cannot safely change direction suddenly is that human organs are attached somewhat loosely to the skeleton. An anticipated descent in a roller coaster may be pleasant but a sudden drop in an airplane may not be. In football, a helmet may stop the motion of the head, but the brain will collide with the skull, with possible neurological damage. Gravity penetrates surfaces. Since I live in a high-rise apartment, and regularly visit high floors in many other tall buildings, I am reminded constantly that I need to watch where I am going, or I may fall: gravity penetrates multiple floors, being only microscopically diluted. But if gravity is also a repulsive force as CFD postulates, and penetrates barriers, some kind of suit or helmet could be worn by individuals to assure that their organs stay in step with their skeletons, eliminating the problems I noted in the previous paragraph. Thus safe, sudden changes of direction are not outside the laws of physics, they are just not possible now given current human scientific and technological capabilities. Astute readers may recognize that CFD relies on shielding to explain gravity, but that is only on cosmic scales. Our enormous planet, with a diameter of about 8,000 miles, can be “defeated” in a vertical tug of war by a small magnet placed above a paper clip – the paper clip goes upward to the magnet, not down to the earth. That is what is meant by saying gravity is a “weak” force – weak on a pound for pound basis.