A better sonic boom video clip

A better sonic boom video clip

EasTexSteve
EasTexSteve

February 8th, 2011, 3:25 pm #1

Click here for a better high speed air displacement video clip showing the "cone" trying to form behind a jet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX04ySm4 ... re=related
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February 8th, 2011, 8:02 pm #2

When you displace air there is always a noise...if you haven't ever heard a bullet coming your way...you just haven't lived...LOL...

How could any object fly in our atmosphere at the speeds reported and not produce a sonic boom?...Impossible with our technology...

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Lone Wolf
Lone Wolf

February 8th, 2011, 10:02 pm #3

not with our technology.

I have witnessed an object traveling at at least 2000 MPH and stop dead, no noise.
It then divided into two smaller objects and followed a small private jet.
Another witness with me saw the same event.
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February 8th, 2011, 10:15 pm #4

"Impossible with our technology"...

You're just like trying to slip a sunrise by a rooster...LOL
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EasTexSteve
EasTexSteve

February 9th, 2011, 12:14 am #5

When you displace air there is always a noise...if you haven't ever heard a bullet coming your way...you just haven't lived...LOL...

How could any object fly in our atmosphere at the speeds reported and not produce a sonic boom?...Impossible with our technology...
It's not about our technology, but about simple physics. Anything with mass traveling fast enough is going to make noise traveling through the atmosphere, no matter what it is made of, because it is the displacement of air that creates the noise. The only way a craft could not make noise at high speed is to not displace air. You could hypothesize that the craft can somehow move about in inter-dimensional space. But, if it was doing this, you wouldn't be able to see it.
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SAsquatcher
SAsquatcher

February 9th, 2011, 12:20 am #6

Warp bubble?
It would appear to move through regular space but it is actually traveling within an energy bubble that utilizes curvatures in space time .
Theoretic I know but that would explain the lack of wind resistance.
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SAsquatcher
SAsquatcher

February 9th, 2011, 12:23 am #7

It's not about our technology, but about simple physics. Anything with mass traveling fast enough is going to make noise traveling through the atmosphere, no matter what it is made of, because it is the displacement of air that creates the noise. The only way a craft could not make noise at high speed is to not displace air. You could hypothesize that the craft can somehow move about in inter-dimensional space. But, if it was doing this, you wouldn't be able to see it.
http://quantumphysics.tribe.net/thread/ ... 96848a1dfb
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February 9th, 2011, 12:26 am #8

It's not about our technology, but about simple physics. Anything with mass traveling fast enough is going to make noise traveling through the atmosphere, no matter what it is made of, because it is the displacement of air that creates the noise. The only way a craft could not make noise at high speed is to not displace air. You could hypothesize that the craft can somehow move about in inter-dimensional space. But, if it was doing this, you wouldn't be able to see it.
I do agree but if someone or something can enter our atmosphere from another planet more then likely they have "our" physics figured out...



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SAsquatcher
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February 9th, 2011, 12:34 am #9

Warp bubble?
It would appear to move through regular space but it is actually traveling within an energy bubble that utilizes curvatures in space time .
Theoretic I know but that would explain the lack of wind resistance.
If it were making contact with the atmosphere at those speeds it would most like encounter the same problems as a body entering our atmosphere at those speeds,,frictional heating!
It would most like burn up at those speeds, especially with the geometric configurations reported, ergo, squares and triangles and rectangles,,,etc,,etc.
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SAsquatcher
SAsquatcher

February 9th, 2011, 1:22 am #10

It's not about our technology, but about simple physics. Anything with mass traveling fast enough is going to make noise traveling through the atmosphere, no matter what it is made of, because it is the displacement of air that creates the noise. The only way a craft could not make noise at high speed is to not displace air. You could hypothesize that the craft can somehow move about in inter-dimensional space. But, if it was doing this, you wouldn't be able to see it.
It is.
If,,and I say IF,,a race knew how to create and travel in "Warp Bubbles" then it's all about technology,,IE,,a way around regular physical laws.
If a ship is traveling in a bubble and is not making actual contact with the atmosphere then it would be absolutely silent.
Because it would merely be bending the space around it and pushing against it and pulling at it at the same time.
All theoretical ,true, but as they say, the scene fits the crime.
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