Mark McCandlish credentials and a zero point energy science.

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Mark McCandlish is an accomplished aerospace illustrator who has worked for many of the top aerospace corporations in the United States. His colleague, Brad Sorenson, has been inside a facility at Norton Air Force Base, where he witnessed so called ' alien reproduction vehicles' or ARV's. We have a bold claim here ,as do others that these are craft inspired by what appears to be non terrestrial or extraterrestrial craft and phenomena, That is for want of better explanation

 

As Far as we have heard and what others have claimed to know ,these craft were fully operational and hovering. In his testimony to the controversial 'Sirius disclosure' YouTube channel we are told that the US not only has operational antigravity propulsion devices, but the overall consensus is america has had them for many years. At the EMP we belive this to be very likely not due to the information here on its own but many other things we have collected data on. Not to mention the physics of tapping into a zero point energy field , that has been hinted at by mr Mcandlish on how these products operate their propulsion systems, these physics are hinted at via our geometry articles that are in many parts to make the various related points that are so often missed and overlooked in zero point energy theory and how it eventually equates to non locality sppect of reality among so many other things. 


The general claim of those involved is that these craft were developed through the study of extraterrestrial vehicles over the past fifty years. In addition 'sirius discloure' has drawings from aerospace inventor Brad Sorenson of the device's that he saw,as well as a schematic of one of these 'alien reproduction vehicles' (ARV for short) in some detail.

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