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The Russians Conducted an Experiment Similar to That of Philadelphia

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 15:53
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The Philadelphian experiment is a designation for a classified military experiment that was supposed to take place at the naval base in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1943. It is one of the most famous military experiments, but many speculations are still underway here, and there are plenty of ambiguities. That is why he is interested in so many mystery hunters and there are many conspiracy theories in circulation.

The experiment has never been officially confirmed by the US government, and is still surrounded by a series of secrets. So I warn beforehand that it is not necessarily the truth and that the whole event should be taken with reserve and distance.

The aim of the experiment was to hide or “invade” the USS Eldridge destroyer so that it was hidden not only from the enemy radars but also from the sight of a regular observer. This would give the US a tremendous military advantage in the war. The experiment should include world-renowned scientists such as Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein. 

The first unsuccessful experiments of this kind were to take place between 1933 and 1940. The project was based on Einstein’s theory of relativity and the use of a combination of gravitational and magnetic fields. The field would merge into one unitary field, which would then change the geometric properties of the space. Even according to official records, Einstein was employed as an adviser in the navy in 1943-1944. According to scientists, huge electric generators bend the light around the object, making it invisible.


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    The ship is a monument, the Philadelphia experiment was simple and straight forward, it did not nor was it

    intended or did it result in teleportation. The Navy in its quest to be invisible from radar and visual observations

    reasoned that stringing cables insulated from the ships super structure with bare cables having Very high voltage

    on them would be a test to see if the onion skin static electric field potentials of the earth would rise over the

    potential of such rigging, in expectation that the potential would cause radar to skip over the ship, either though

    mistaken understanding of hi voltage or gambling a test they raised the voltage or accidentally attracted much

    moisture by static charges to the rigging ” where purposeful or otherwise was potentially for wanting to attract

    moisture so that a cloud of moisture would hover over the ship making it visually appear as a fog bank” and the

    rigging from the excess moisture shorted out sending bolt of lightning power sparks to the superstructure burning

    severely many of the sailors, as soon as that happened a call was put into a distant Virginia shipyard as I

    recollect and the ship dashed for repairs and bring the injured crew to hospitals, the whole affair was covered up

    by fantastic stories to cover the failure by claiming teleportation and the reports of the ship being seen hundreds

    of miles from where it was supposed to be were thus lied about but the explanation on an ignorant world kept

    the failed experiment and its true purpose to this day a relative secret.

  • Canderson


    • harry

      The front of the ship is laying on the front of the cliff wall – probably a house experiment.

  • Mean Old SOB

    *TILO* :roll:

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