Tuesday, May 24, 2005

LEAKED! SUPER-SECRET U.S. ANTI-GRAVITY FIGHTER BOMBER DOES MACH 50!

Don't know how much credence to lend to this report, although the details sound pretty credible. If this weapon is indeed in the U.S. arsenal, then we have an unstoppable, global reaching weapon which could, potentially, hit any target on Earth in less than 2 hours...
Details revealed here.
Details on other TOP SECRET aircraft under development here.
A defense contractor with whom I have been in communication leaked to me details of a U.S. antigravitic space fighter-bomber, the Advanced TAW-50.

Developed during the early 1990s, the capabilities of this war-bird are
jaw-dropping. And the technology shows that the Defense
Department did not fail to utilize what it learned combing
through the wreckage of various UFO crashes.

The TAW-50 has speed capabilities well in excess of Mach 50,
a number the contractor calls "a very conservative
estimate." Its actual speed "is classified."

[...]

The TAW-50 has a crew of four. Nevertheless, the TAW-50
flies so fast that it requires computers to fly it. These
were developed by American Computer Company, who derived
them from its Valkyrie XB/9000 AI [artificial intelligence]
Guidance series.

[...]

The TAW-50 utilizes electrogravitics to maintain its own
artificial gravity while in weightless space, as well as to
nullify the vehicle's mass during operations.

The contractor did not reveal the size of the space
fighter-bomber except to say, "It's a pretty big thing."

The performance of the TAW-50 makes it virtually
impossible to defend against. It can hide in orbit many
hundreds of miles into space, orbiting at times at 22,000 mph.
Then, without warning, it can dive straight down through the
atmosphere at over 38,000 miles per hour on an 80-degree
attack vector, reverse direction within 150 feet of the ground
with very little loss of motion and without a glide
turn, and almost instantly go vertically straight up at over 38,000 mph
until long after it leaves the atmosphere and resumes orbiting
in space.

Awesome.

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