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Unconventional aircrafts and drones powered by nuclear energy used by USA, Russia, china, UK and possibly nations
The information in this article is obtained by scrutinizing a great number of UFO observations, including histories of alledgely crashed UFOs. It is probably the best explanations for much of the UFO activity observed around the globe since the early 1960es.
Governments in USA, Russia, China and probably some other nations are using aereal vehicles for policing and military purposes, powered by nuclear energy, that are held aloft for long periods without any need to go to a base for refill. These are mostly operated as remote controlled drones, but can ocationally be manned.
They are mostly held aloft at a very high altitudes to surveil a broad area, but are also sometimes directed down to specific areas for near invetigation. Observation by people of this activity will usually result in a UFO report.
The purpose and use of these vehicles
The vehicles are mostly used to surveil own territory or territory of allies, both to record activities in own population and to detect penetration by foreign powers.
They are probably not intended to be used as military combat units of the type fighter and bomber, since the technology is poorly fit for that purpose.
They may however be fit with tools for crowd controle, and are probably held ready to be used to strike down extreme occurences of domestic riots. Report of people being paralyzed by ligh beems, humming sounds and various kind of power fields from UFOs might originate from theese tools being tested on samples of the population.
These tools can probably use psychologically disturbing light patterns. Thay might use psychologically disturbing radio waves that work by indusing currents in the brain or nerve tissues.
They can possibly also use disturbning sound pattern, possibly high sound with a frequency too low or too high to be detected as sound by the ear. They can possibly also use microwave radiation that can heat up the skin of individuals or group of individuals to a so painful level that they will be passivized.
It is known that some of these weapons for crowd control exist and that they are already deployed in land vehicles by regular police forces in several areas. To a certain extent the existence of these weapons are declassified, but officially they are said not to be lethal.
Some of them are probably fit with laser weapons with the purpose of shooting down hostile airplanes or missiles from a high altitude or of destroying ground targets. The laser technology has for some time been capable of these type of actions, and the nuclear power plant gives enough energy to supply such lasers with the needed electrical power.
How the power plant and propulsion mechanism are constructed and work
The nuclear propulsion can be constructed in several ways. One way is by a central nuclear reactor connected to generators of electric currents. The electricity will then be used to drive fans of various kind for propulsion.
Another way is a nuclear reactor that warms up som fluid medium to a high temperature. The fluid medium is circulated between the reactor and jet motors using the heat from the medium as energy source.
A third way are jet engines driven by nuclear fission processes inside the engine itself.
The nuclear propulsion system does not need frequent refill of tanked fuel, and therefore the vehicles can be held aloft for long periods. The propulsion system has the capacity to give a powerful thrust and thus make the vehicles capable of moving quickly from place to place.
The architectural design of the units
The vehicles mostly have a shape like a tringle, an ovoid shape or a disc-like shape, that is the shapes typically associated with UFOs. The propulsion system is mostlly hided inside the body of the vehicle.
A problem with the construction of such vehicles is the need to shield for the radiation made by the nuclear processes. This problems are mostly overcome by hiding the reactors or nuclear jet engines inside heavy structures that also serve as the sentral architectural structures of the vehicle itself.
Thus the shielding will not add much extra weight to the vehicle. Weight will also be spared by the fact that there is no need for combustion fuel and fuel tanks.
The operational routines and behavior of the vehicles when observed by eyewitnesses
Since there is no combustion processes taking place in these vehicles, they will not eject any flames of emit much light when operated at low speeds. The jet engines or exhaust air used to cool the reactor will however glow faintly because of the temperature in the exhausted air. This faint glow is easily observed in night time, but is hardly seen in daylight.
When the vehicle is operated at high speed or is accelerated, the temperature in the exhaused air will increase sharply, and parts of the vehicle will then glow brightly, and the exhauted hot air can even look like flames. Sometimes there will also be a need to lit lanterns on the vehicle to warn other air traffic to avoid collision. This is also typical part of the behaviour reported in UFO reports.
Incidents having occured with these wehicles
All technologies will fail sometimes, and when this type of vehicles fail, one can in most cases expect them to descend to a low altitude and then cautiously fly back to the base, but in an erratic manner. In more severe cases one can expect them to crash or even burn up or explode in the air. Due to the content with highly radioactive material and very warm molten substances, one can expect the wreckage to be hot and be glowing a long time afterwards.
One can also expect special military units, to immediately detect the incidence. Then they will typically follow the vehicle back to the base in a helicopter, if it can still fly. If the vehicle cannot fly any more, or is totally wrecked, one can expect the military units to immediately hurry to the place, fence off the area from the public, gather the remains and tidy up the place.
There are a few reports from several decades ago of so-called UFOs having crashed and military units arriving at a late time. The material from the wreck typically was warm and partly molten for several hours. Sometimes sivillians got radiation injuries. A couple of times interested sivillians got hold of some material from the wreck an got it analyzed. The analyses showed that the material was of a state of the art earthly industrial design, consisitng mostly of steel, aluminium and magnesium alloys. This strongly indicates that early versions of these nuclear vehicles had crashed.
However, as the technology improves, one can expect these incidents to be steadily more seldome. There are several reports on UFO incidents of exactly this kind, connected to exactly this type of behaviour from military units. But as the time has passed, these incinents have got rather rare, just as one can exopect with a stedily improved technology.
ABOUT BALSA WOOD
Balsa (Ochroma pyramidale) is a tree of the Bombacaceae family, widespread in Central and South America. It is the only species of the genus Ochroma. The tree originates from an subtropicla area close to the andes at the Pasific side in Equador.
The dry wood is very light (average density is about 160 kg / m³) due to very wide channels that normally is filled with fluid before the wood is dry. The special structure of the wood makes the tree able to grow very rapidly and it is ripe for logging after only 5 years of growth.
Balsa wood, despite its low specific weight (150-160 kg / m3), can withstand a compressive force of more than 100 kg / cm2. This is due to the cellular structure of the wood. These charcteristics makes the wood perfect for constructing objects that have to be strong, yet very light. Balsa is a prefered material for the construction of model planes. It is also used as material in realworld planes.
Use by modeling
Balsa wood, used for modelling are of three basic types chracterized by density, hardness and colour: dark (hard and heavy), medium (les heavy and hard) and light (very light in weight and very soft).The dark quality (darker) is used to make load-bearing structural elements (profiles and stringers), the average (pink) for siding, usually in tablet or thin strips, while the light (yellow / white) is used for outfills, since this quality is more crumbly.
The balsa wood is easy to work with by means of light tools, like hand handheld cutters and even scissors, and easily polishable with sandpaper in several fineness counts.
The balsa wood is hard, fibrous. Elements used for construction should mainly be cut along the direction of the fibres. When used for construction the elements should be laid in such a way that the great forces during use will occur perpendicular to the fibres, because in the other direction it fractures easily.
The balsa wood is cut to barrels, sheets and rods. It is also made into laminated panels with cross-grain for greater strength. The lightweight balsa wood is spongy and crumbly, and should be handled with care as it bruises easily even for excessive pressure with the fingers.
Balsa is a prefered material for the building of greater models because of the light weight one can achieve with yhis material. The material has gained new actuality in the last years for buildig of electric models. It is difficult to store enough energy in batteries for heavy models and therefore it is important to make them as light as possible.
Other uses of balsa
Balsa wood is extensively used in constructions that require light weight but are not object for extreemely great pressure forces. Most often it is used as sheets between sheets of harder and stronger material. It is used in wodden structures of boates. It has been used in airplanes and as interior structures of cars.
The Norwegian explorerer Thor Heyerdahl, was convinced that there had been early contact between the peoples of South America and Polynesia and that Polynesia had been wholly or partially populated from America.To test his theory he built the raft Kon-Tiki from Balsa wood, with which he and his crew sailed the Pacific Ocean from Peru to the Polynesian Tuamotu Archipelago in 1947.
His theory about cultural contacts is probably right. These contacts have however probably not contributed much to the population of Polynesia, because the languages of the indigenous peoples of America and those of Polynesian inhabitants are are of entirely diffferent families, except perhaps from some possible loan-words.