September 1999
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Subject: Flying Triangle


Hi Everyone,

I received this in an email and thought you might find it
interesting if you are researching the 'Flying Triangle.'

 
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Subject: FLYING TRIANGLE -
UPDATEDate: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 08:51:26 GMT
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DRAFT ADDENDUM - Flying Triangle over Cardigan Bay -
"NO FT, NOCOMMENT"!

Some More Thoughts on the Flying Triangle Phenomenon.

Since our report on the Cardigan Bay / West Wales Flying
Triangle sightings of 21st November 1996 has been published, we
have been able to access further reliable sources of
information which have helped formulate this intriguing
addendum. This addendum will concentrate on speculation
regarding the power system, design, purpose, and possible
builders of this craft. We have already suspected that the
craft is of terrestrial origin and features known technologies.
If we can now show how this craft could fly; what it could be
used for; and by whom it could be built, then one would not
necessarily need to invoke any extra-terrestrial origin
what-so-ever. Sorry to rain on some people's parade - the ET
bandwagon has become quite a palliative it seems!  With the
following repeated references to certain manufacturers, i.e.
Raytheon and E-Systems, we readily admit that we do not have
any proof that they are the actual manufacturers. Rather, they
are representative of the aerospace and defence contractors who
could build the craft. It just so happens that the names
Raytheon and E-Systems seem to crop up regularly in our
research reading on Project HAARP and other projects.  There
may well be, and probably are, many others involved in this
ultra-clandestine project but please be assured, we are getting
closer to the truth and have already got some very good leads.
Further additions to this addendum are already in the pipeline
and any hard factual info would be much appreciated to help us
on the way.

Propulsion System

We have chosen to start with the propulsion system as this is
one area where our witnesses were able to provide us with
reliably consistent reports of the propulsive effects.

Notoriously, the Flying Triangle is conveniently deduced by
many eye witnesses to be an 'Extraterrestrial-UFO' due mainly to
its lack of obvious, or conventional, propulsion. We hope to
show that this is far from the only option by piecing together
the available evidence and using Occam's Razor to eliminate the
misguided assumptions that have become an integral part of the
FT-UFO lore ever since the first reliable sightings in the
eighties. Unfortunately, some researchers still insist on
quoting dubious 'sightings' from the 1800's in an endeavour to
integrate the FT into the ET hypothesis. We feel this is as
irresponsible as it is desperate.  Witnesses report that the
craft is normally silent, unless one is standing directly
underneath when, to quote a witness, "it made aloud roaring
noise". Certainly residents of our area are well aquatinted with
low-flying military jets and helicopters and know what they
sound like - the FT was certainly nothing like them.

Other UFO witnesses have reported a whirring or humming sound,
likened on some occasions to an electricity sub-station. Besides
the sound (or lack of it), there was a report of static
electricity in the vicinity of the craft. Regarding the colours
observed, the red and blue flashes did not appear to be related
to the propulsion system, but the orange / yellow glow
surrounding it, prior to the very intense white flashes that
occurred when the craft rapidly accelerated do some how seem to
be associated with the method of propulsion. The orange / yellow
glow is almost certainly a plasma created by an strong
electro-magnetic field, presumably to reduce friction and thus
reducing the amount of energy needed to propel the craft along
its plane of motion when it goes into what we call 'burst
mode'.

The theory behind this process is called magneto-hydro-dynamics
(sometimes magneto-plasma-dynamics) - the main principle
associated with the recently publicised 'air-spike' technology
as will be fitted to hyper-sonic air and space vehicles of the
future. This subject was extensively researched on both sides of
the Iron Curtain during the 1950s and 1960s and continues to be
extensively researched to this day. (See the article by Eris
Andys in UFO Reality on the AGARD/NATO bibliography on this
subject published in 1962 by Pergamon Press. The Journal of
Propulsion and Power, Volume 8 (1992) has an index on the Web
and this also shows several relevant articles).
Magneto-hydro-dynamics relates to the processes involved when a
plasma is created by an intense electrical field which is then
held in place by a similarly strong electromagnetic field. The
electrical field creates electrons at strategically placed
electrodes, these are then being manipulated by the magnetic
field created by superconducting magnets. Prof. Leik Myrabo
relates that such a system impels the ionised air backwards
therefore creating thrust. Given that the Flying Triangle is
not always seen with a yellow/orange glow around it, it seems
likely that the plasma glow represents a quantitative increase
in the electrical charge and that this is increased
substantially when the inertial microwave -induced shockwave -
the air-spike - is engaged.

To aid the transfer of microwave or laser energy to the MPD
device, Myrabo has also suggested using a skin of silicon
carbide (carborundum). This is doubly interesting as this is a
dark crystalline substance and may account for the craft's dark
underside and possibly the top also. It is also a
semiconductor, which means that its electrical conductivity
increases with temperature. It is well known that various
energy waves, e.g. microwaves or lightwaves, can be converted
to electricity so we are postulating that these bursts of
energy are created by a microwave maser or a laser. The latter
would be more powerful, but visible. The result is an energy
beam which is pulsed out in front of the craft creating a
semi-vacuum into which the craft is 'sucked' at great speed.
This is not necessarily a continuous process, witnesses often
only saw one or two such bursts of energy, but on one occasion
seven were seen in rapid succession.

Incidentally, this technique was first proposed in the 1950s by
Terence Nonweiller but it mysteriously disappeared only to
re-emerge recently in the proposals of Leik Myrabo at the
Rennesslear Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York State (See
MikeRoss's article "Rider on the Shock Wave" in New Scientist
17/2/1996 pp28, 30-31). These proposals would appear to be the
first public airing of the combined use of the MPD and microwave
shock wave, but we can be sure that the giant US military
laboratories are way ahead of what is publicly made known.

Power Source

As we have previously mentioned, there is no obvious visible
power source for this craft. However, as the craft appears to
primarily use electricity-related energy to propel itself, then
the power source would need to be electrical or to use some
form of conversion process. Leif Myrabo's proposals suggest
using beamed laser or microwave energy from a satellite or
satellites. This would be achieved by using stored solar power
or perhaps beamed up from the ground and then possibly
redirected by satellite. This energy would be converted on
board the FT to power the craft. Using beamed in energy would
remove the need for engines and fuel. This power source would
obviously increase the power- to-weight ratio tremendously.
Perhaps some form of accumulators may be used should the beamed
energy be intermittent or cut off for some reason?.
Incidentally, such power beams need not be in the visible light
part of the electromagnetic spectrum so could conveniently be
invisible to observers. However, this invisibility might also
present a tremendous hazard to anything that accidentally flew
in the vicinity such a beam. Perhaps some accidents have already
occurred which might have been conveniently attributed to 'pilot
error', 'freak weather' and 'causes unknown'! The use of
microwave energy beams to power aircraft has already been
sucessfully tested. A consortium of ARCO (Atlantic Richfield Oil
Company), Raytheon, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena and
some Japanese scientists flew such a craft 150 miles in Canada
in 1987, and on several other occasions more recently. It is not
known at this stage what the craft looked like, but it has been
suggested else where that it would benefit from having a large
surface area to receive the microwave energy beam. The Flying
Triangle certainly has such a large area especially when viewed
from directly below (or above), again increasing the likelihood
that it uses ground or satellite-beamed energy. It should also
be noted that Raytheon scientist William C.Brown has been
working on the beaming of energy to aircraft and helicopters
since 1965, and that, surprise surprise, - Raytheon, through
their E-Systems subsidiary, own the patents to several
suchbdevices! One could speculate why an Oil Company, such as
Atlantic Richfield (ARCO) would want to get involved with
beaming microwave energy to aircraft. One scenario suggests that
US Oil companies are looking forward to a time when either oil
becomes scarce or, for strategic / geopolitical reasons, an
effort is made to break the US reliance on Middle Eastern
suppliers (this may also explain Japanese interest who are
looking for ways to end their dependency on imported fuels).
Atlantic Richfield and Raytheon are heavily involved in the
Project HAARP development on the northern shore of Alaska, which
purportedly is designed to beam electrical energy into the
ionosphere to conduct all manner of experiments.

However, One source, Gerry Vassilatos, in his book "Secrets of
Cold War Technology" suggests that Project HAARP may be an
attempt to tap into the electrical energy of the Aurora
Borealis, in a similar way to that employed by Nikola Tesla much
earlier this century. The electricity generated could then be
used to power aircraft by beaming it to them, bypassing the need
for expensive, and increasingly environmentally unpopular,
aviation grade fuels.

The Problem of Lift

Although we have identified the probable source of power for
the craft and how the power is utilised to produce forward
motion, this does not necessarily give us the answer as to how
the craft stays up in the air. In short, what gives it lift? If
observers are correct, the Flying Triangle is capable of
hovering and moving at low speeds (50-100 knots). The craft
certainly does not have an aerodynamic wing section, - it has
been described as a triangular paving slab or processed cheese
slice in appearance, if not in scale! - and there do not appear
to be any of the rotors that give helicopters lift nor the
vectored thrust jet engines used by aircraft like the Harrier,
the sound would be deafening anyway. This has led many people
to conclude that the craft must use some form of 'anti-gravity'
device. We have searched in the literature in vain to find any
workable design for such a device. It is known that very strong
electro-magnetic fields can cause a levitating effect and this
has been known for along time (Dr Francis Nipher wrote an
article "Can Electricity Destroy Gravity" in the Electrical
Experimenter magazine of March 1918) and the concept has more
recently been famously demonstrated with the 'levitating frog'
that has hit the world's headlines. However, none of these
reports have shown the actual device used to create the
electro-magnetic field being levitated - only the object
suspended within the field. We are not aware of, and strongly
doubt the existence of, any experiment that features an object
that is capableof levitating itself. This leads us to conclude
that something as large, and as seemingly heavy, as the Flying
Triangle would require an almost unbelievably strong
electromagnetic field to suspend it and this would need to be
generated externally and certainly in the very near vicinity.
Even then, it is unlikely that the craft could rise from the
ground more than a few feet at most. Once again, Leik Myrabo has
come up with an answer to this riddle which is painful in its
simplicity and obviousness. Make the craft lighter-than-air,
i.e. an airship. Certainly the observed flight characteristics
at low speed of the FT seem to exactly mirror those of an
airship. What seems incredible is that it is also capable of
supersonic flight, if only in very short bursts. Myrabo
envisages acraft with a skin made of layers of silicon carbide
which can withstand temperatures of up to 2000K and inflated
with helium to provide buoyancy at low altitudes and act as a
coolant (the microwavepower converter would probably need a lot
of cooling). Such a skin would need to be effectively
transparent to the microwave energy beams on the top of the
craft and there may be a dome effect to help focus the beam to
the converter. Unfortunately, we are not aware of any witness
report that lists a sighting of the upper side of the FT so this
dome or lens must remain conjecture.

Controlling The Craft

Whereas we now have a means for getting the craft through the
air and keeping it off the deck, there is also the problem of
steering the craft, both in terms of altitude and direction. The
craft was observed undertaking a circular route at level flight
so it must be steerable. No alteration in height was observed on
this occasion, but other observers have claimed that it can
descend from a great height and similarly ascend with extreme
rapidity. Regarding horizontal direction, it is possible that
by manipulating the plasma field and the flow of the electrons
in it, the craft can be made to change direction. In fact in
the absence of anything resembling rudders, ailerons, flaps etc
or any other propulsion system, this is our only explanation
for how manoeuvrability can be achieved. To make small altitude
changes at low speed, it would seem necessary to effect a
change in the relative buoyancy of the craft.  Alteration of
the air/helium mix would allow it to rise and fall, and with a
compartmentalised internal structure, it would be possible to
cause any point of the triangle to rise or fall. This would
then allow the microwave shock wave to be generated forwards in
a horizontal plane relative to the direction of the craft. This
effect has been observed and is often likened to "horizontal
sheet lightning". This system could also be employed for rapid
ascent and descent by simply pointing the craft upwards or
downwards.  This vertical orientation has actually been observed
and described as "flying flat face forward" (like a hotair
balloon caught in an air stream), leading to the conclusion
"that no earthly craft could perform such a manoeuvre.  Oh yeah!
It is worthy of consideration whether hydrogen could be used
instead of helium.  Helium is a natural gas found within the
Earth.  It is expensive and is being recovered in limited
amounts.  The huge amounts required to provide lift to the FT
would be prohibitive. Hydrogen, on the other hand is in ready
supply and is easily manufactured.   It is quite possible that
the FT may even have its own on-board manufacturing unit.  Of
course, the main problem with Hydrogen is its combustibility
when mixed with air.  When the critical mix is attained - bang!
No FT - no comment!  This explosion may well be responsible for
the 'mystery explosion' near the Isle of Lewis earlier this
year. Eye witnesses saw wreckage falling from the sky after
seeing a huge fireball.  The explosion was heard by hundreds
and the details recorded seismically.  No wreckage was
recovered and the incident officially recorded as unexplained.
There just happened to be a NATO air-sea exercise near to the
area - what a surprise! We have wondered how the craft stops,
given that the momentum provided by the shock wave would carry
the craft forwards for a great distance. It has been observed
that the craft often enters the scene in a flash of light as
well as leaving in a similar fashion.  We surmise that, not only
can the craft generate a shock wave in front of it, but also to
the rear or any of the sides, working in tandem to counteract
the forward motion.  The breaking effect must be tremendous and
the Gforces beyond human capacity to withstand.  There is the
distinct possibility that all three sides act together giving
3-way reactive manoeuvrability.

Who Controls the Craft?

The G forces, together with the user-unfriendly electromagnetic
atmosphere in which the craft operates, suggests to us that
this would not be a suitable environment for human pilots, crew
or passengers and we are reminded of the ill-fated Mag-Lev
train of the 1970's. However, this unfriendly environment would
not be of great importance these days as the science of Virtual
Reality remote control for aircraft has been extensively
developed. Indeed, the most recent proposals for military
fighters and bombers envisage pilotless craft, controlled
either from ground stations or 'motherships', directly or via
satellite.  As is well known, the military have developed
Virtual Reality for flight simulators and the entire globe
continues to be mapped out with increasingly higher resolution.
This means that even low-flying would now appear to be
perfectly feasible - although even human pilots have been known
to make catastrophic mistakes in the Welsh hills.  Readers may
have spotted an apparent contradiction in how the craft could
be controlled remotely if the electromagnetic field surrounding
it disrupts all electronic and magnetic communications systems.
This problem can neatly be addressed by using the microwave
maser/laser to act as a carrier wave for a modulated digital
pulse. The pulse would simply be interrogated, error corrected
and converted into digital control signals. An analogy could be
that the same electricity used to send Morse Code signals could
also be used to charge a battery at the same time -
communications and power down a single power line. Although the
Flying Triangle appears to exhibit extremely fast bursts of
speed, it does not appear to be able to sustain them thus
tracking the craft, especially by satellite, would not be
difficult.  Even communicating with it would be possible,
despite its electromagnetic envelope, if one uses gamma rays or
the afore mentioned modulated carrier wave. A company such as
E-Systems would be ideal for the development of these techniques
as they are the owners of the Global Positioning System of
satellites. Their parent company Raytheon are experts in the
field of satellites and ground launch stations. Raytheon have
also recently been showing off their Tactical Unmanned Aerial
Vehicle (the Shadow 200) to the US military which is flown from
the ground and which can transmit a variety of images in real
time.  Interestingly, the GPS is said to be only accurate to
within about 30 meters but this resolution would obviously be
unsuited to the precise requirements of the VR control of the
Flying Triangle.  However, on more than one occasion, the GPS
resolution has suddenly and mysteriously increased to within a
few inches and what a coincidence that one of these occasions
just happened to coincide with the search for a missing fighter
plane's black box!

The Design

Well, we hope we have shown that the craft is technologically
feasible in terms of power and control, but could it be made and
why do so in a triangular shape?  Using microwave energy beams
would require a large surface area to beam onto because
presumably if one chose too small an area it would suffer from
overheating, whereas a large area would deliver a diffused
power density to any specific part of the surface. The craft
would need to be fairly bulky to allow sufficient density and
mass for the magneto-plasma-dynamic 'drive' to operate.  Also,
and perhaps more importantly, being an airship, it would require
a sufficiently large volume to give the required buoyancy.
Finally it needs to be strong enough to withstand the colossal
rate of acceleration and a triangular shape just happens to be
the strongest structure geometrically.  It has been witnessed
that the FT sometimes splits off into several pieces again
leading to an automatic ET hypothesis. Hasn't it occurred to
anyone that an equilateral triangle is the perfect and most
stable nesting solid although why the manufacturers would want
them to nest together is anyone's guess?  We suspect that the
craft has solid sides, where the electrodes and superconducting
magnets are expected to reside. They would also give it
solidity. The top and/or bottom might comprise the films of
silicon carbide and the whole assembly built around a triangular
space-frame.  This space-frame could be a compartmentalised
structure built of many interconnected gas-tight vessels. These
in turn may be made of a super lightweight polymer and perhaps
it is again nocoincidence that Raytheon are known to manufacture
an executive jet made with precisely such a polymer!  This
arrangement would therefore neatly combine both the strength,
rigidity and the inflatability that the design appears to point
towards. Admittedly, we can only guess at the internal structure
but a compartmentalised arrangement would certainly allow for
the differential flow of helium/hydrogen.  It would certainly
account for the requirement of the craft to raise or lower its
'nose' in a similar fashion to a submarine.

What is it For?

Having come this far we have to conclude that the Flying
Triangle is undoubtedly a terrestrial craft and there is nothing
we have suggested so far that is beyond the bounds of
terrestrial technology.  Admittedly some of this technology is
ultra high-tech state-of-the-art but on the other hand, some of
it is almost prehistoric!  Their still remains the question of
what possible use the FT might have.   A quick process of
elimination will remove the possibility that this is a
passenger aircraft, due to its hostile environment.  The lack
of sustained speed and poor manoeuvrability can rule out an
interceptor role or tactical strike role; its size would also
rule this out.  A transport role would appear to be unlikely
with all the stresses of slow, fast and back to slow mode of
travel as well as the extreme unlikelihood of it being able to
sustain a heavy payload.  There does not appear to be any need
for a bomber of this type as it would, of course, be extremely
vulnerable to hostile fire, and with the known capability of
intercontinental missiles, nuclear submarines and so forth
there doesn't seem to be any compelling reason for adopting
this technology in a bombing role.  This would leave us with
four feasible roles.  Leik Myrabo's designs are for launch
vehicles for satellites, but there is scant evidence that the
FT would be capable of the Mach 25 escape velocity required and
what is a satellite launch vehicle be doing flying around for
hours at a time at 200 feet above the ground!  OK, so it may
use the same technology but it still doesn't seem very likely
to us.  Also Myrabo only proposed craft of 30 feet in diameter
and this is a monster compared to that. It should be noted that
NASA has helped fund Myrabo's work so it is just possible that
the Flying Triangle may have a variant form which can be used
for this purpose even so, the 200foot version that is
frequently sighted would appear to be far too large for the
job. Having said that, we would also note that Raytheon are at
work on a variety of satellite launch vehicles - another
coincidence?

This leaves three more contenders for the role of this craft.

Remembering the Second World War (and assuming this isn't a
super fast barrage balloon!), one of the main uses for airships
was as naval convoy escorts.

Now the FT has the ability to fly around unattended for long
periods of time and then suddenly zoom in to a location.  If
the craft was fitted with a variety of electronic or sonic
weapons itcould prove to be a sub-hunter of some utility, or
even be used in dreaded 'War on Drugs' to keep track of
smuggling vessels - as if modern radar and satellites couldn't
already do this!  Well it is possible but highly unlikely.
However as the Office of Naval Intelligence is one of the
sponsors of Myrabo's work, then it is likely that some
consideration of such a role may at least have been given.

Another role we can think of is for a strategic spy plane, a
successor to the U-2s and Blackbird.  It has been known for some
time that the US military and intelligence services have
desired something that combines the manoeuvrability of aircraft
with the staying power of a satellite.  Assuming that the FT has
the capability of flying very high and out of the reach of
SAMs, then it could well perform a valuable spying role, being
able to dive below the cloud cover to get a real close up look
at a target and then zoom away in a flash.  In this regard we
note that the Israeli ROTOSTAR system of communications utilizes
high-flying airships, as these are much cheaper than
satellites.

Finally, a possible use would be in a non-lethal weapons
capacity as a search and destroy craft.  It could be a
sophisticated diverter/ converter system for the microwave or
laser beam that also powers it. Any electronic systems struck
by such a beam pulsed at a critical frequency would be rendered
useless.  In these days of hightech weaponry, that means
virtually all weapons from tanks to ICBM's. It could also have a
subsidiary role in being an Electronic Counter Measures craft
able to take out enemy electricity supplies and radio stations
and so forth.  The ability to wield electromagnetic weapons
would also be invaluable from a purely defensive standpoint.
In the absence of any obvious armaments, this ability to disarm
incoming missiles could just well be the primary role.  In this
regard we would also point out that one of the sponsors of
Myrabo's work has been the Strategic Defence Initiative.  The
fact that the craft is apparently uncrewed would be a distinct
advantage as this would avoid any embarrassing scenes if the
pilot was shot down and captured (Gary Powers) and, provided
there were no tell-tale markings, the country that used this
craft would have a degree of built-in 'plausible deniability'
(the first requirement of the CIA and other intelligence
agencies). The possibility of the FT having Hydrogen buoyancy
would allow the craft to be used in a Kamikaze fashion like a
massive fuel-air bomb.  It could well be ultimately regarded as
a disposable structure. As an added advantage, there would be
little, if any, wreckage left for an enemy to back-engineer!

If this is a CIA/NRO spy plane then it would certainly explain
the official media blackout and indeed it could be the very
reason why there appears to have been so much enthusiasm for
thinking that this 'UFO' is an alien spaceship!  What better
cover could such a vulnerable piece of equipment have than to be
thought of as belonging to an alien race that is so far advanced
than ourselves and so equipped with such awesome weaponry (as
displayed in 'Independence Day') that it would be suicidal to
shoot it down.  Also, if this is a CIA/NRO spy plane it would
explain why the government and the military have been correct in
saying that it was not an "unknown" aircraft - that is, unknown
to them.  But they ain't saying what it is and who does know
about it.  It would also explain why it was evaluated as not
being a threat to the UK - true again.  The only recorded
attack by this craft was apparently in Russia where one
apparently attacked a Radar station.  We say apparently because
this was later officially denied. Just what you'd expect a US
spy/ECM plane would be capable of doing and just the expected
response also!.  Furthermore, it would just happen to be a
convenient coincidence that the very people who could design,
build and fly one of these craft, Raytheon, have as their
subsidiary E-Systems, a company that is staffed almost entirely
by ex-military / intelligence people, whose work is almost
exclusively for those agencies and whose core business,
according to their 1994 Annual Report, is reconnaissance and
surveillance.  As we say, pure coincidence.  Furthermore the
Flying Triangle has been observed near to the Raytheon factory
at Hawarden (Broughton) in North East Wales, which may explain
why there have been so many sightings along the North Wales
coast, and indeed it was in the direction of Hawarden that 'our'
Flying Triangle was last seen heading on November 21st 1996.
Also Raytheon have research facilities in Denmark which may
explain why the craft appears so frequently along the North
Eastern coast of England. Presumably, the craft waves to people
on Atlantic Richfield's Trent and Tyne Oil field platforms.
(Flying Triangle sightings have taken place from North Sea Oil
platforms). Raytheon are also experts at building such
platforms, and are experimenting with off-shore launch platforms
and, quite possibly, microwave energy beaming stations also.

Well well!  There would be no reason for too many Government
and Military people to be in the know about the FT, just enough
to have the correct procedures followed that could perpetuate a
cover-up.  If the cover eventually gets blown and can't be
denied then a convenient cover story would be set in motion -
admit that it is one of ours but that it is only flown for
research purposes (some guff about the environment will
probably do) and that there is nothing secret or untoward about
it so what's the fuss about!  So, the famous Flying Triangle.
As far we can see there are very good reasons to suppose that
this beast is of terrestrial origin, built and designed in the
USA for their military / intelligence agencies by their friends
in the aerospace industries.  We'd be very surprised if
Raytheon and E-Systems the CIA / NSA / NRO / NASA aren't heavily
involved in this one, unless you know otherwise and want to tell
us?

Bibliography

Nick Begich and Jeanne Manning "Angels Don't Play This HAARP:
Advances in Tesla Technology". Earthpulse Press, AL, 1996.

Much more readable than Vassilatos with much useful information
about ARCO and Raytheon, amongst other subjects

.Mike Ross "Rider on the Shockwave" New Scientist 17/2/1996
pp28, 30 -31.
Excellent resume of Myrabo's work.

Gerry Vassilatos "Secrets of Cold War Technology: Project HAARP
andBeyond". Borderland Sciences Research Foundation, CA. 1996.

Virtually unreadable account of the war between Tesla and Marconi
and the use of their radio technologies by the military.  Useful
discussion of HAARP.  Needs a second edition where all the wrong
words are corrected (it's been spell-checked but not sense-checked).

Virtually every issue of the following magazines has had some
references to the Flying Triangle and related phenomena, some more
useful than others:

Alien Encounters, Fortean Times, Sightings, Nexus, UFO Magazine, UFO
Reality.

Web-sites for Raytheon, ARCO, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and
many other web resources - use your search engines selectively.

A few interesting key words for your search engines:

Myrabo, SABER, Tesla, plasma weapons, particle beam weapons,
rail gun, MHD/MPD, microwave energy beams, airborne laser/ABL
magnetoplasmadynamics, SDI, HAARP.

Richard Alexander
Adam Whaley

FOOTNOTE

As this addendum was being drafted, we came across a large body
of circumstantial supporting evidence to strongly suggest
that the FT's are connected with a mega-Multi-National Corp/Govt
secret project to secure a viable renewable energy source for the
future - SPS or Satellite Solar Power.  This project has been
previously been publicly deemed "unviable at present" but we now
suspect otherwise!  If any researchers would like to pool knowledge
or information to get to the bottom of this, please get in touch.
 
 
 
 
 

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