Holographic technology: Navy acknowledges being able to “create UFO images
The number of U̳F̳O̳ sightings has reached the figure of 100,000 in the last 100 years. However, in a few months, this value was surpassed, and everything has an explanation; the Navy acknowledged having holographic technology to create U̳F̳O̳s.
The theory that secret government agencies publish fake videos to discredit real cases is not new. The distraction serves to make it difficult to identify U̳F̳O̳ evidence. This would be done through holographic technology.
Holographic technology to create U̳F̳O̳s
After the start of the pandemic, the subsequent lockdown provided an unprecedented increase in U̳F̳O̳ sightings. This provoked different reactions, and the United States Navy had to go out of their way to declare a holographic system in their possession to create U̳F̳O̳s.
The Navy recently patented a method of creating 3D images in mid-air, using plasma. Such technology is intended to create a source of heat, fending off enemy infrared missiles.
Experts are convinced that this advanced system is responsible for the U̳F̳O̳ sightings of Navy pilots in 2004, 2014 and 2015. However, this technology does not explain everything either.
Forbes explained that such technology is the result of years of research and development of missile countermeasures. . Air-to-air missiles are infrared guided, launched from aircraft and aimed at target signals.
Today, aircraft can destroy enemy missiles by firing flares or “blinding” the missile\’s seeker.
Plasma-based anti-missile technology uses high-intensity lasers embedded in the rear of an aircraft. This generates a filament of plasma which in turn generates an infrared signal that gets close enough to the target to deflect the missile.
You can also quickly adjust the plasma to match the infrared radiation the target is emitting. So the missile is distracted.
But there\’s something strange about using laser-induced plasma filaments to create floating images.
The patent makes no mention of using plasma filaments to fool anyone other than missiles. But the ability to “draw” objects in the sky would explain the Navy\’s U̳F̳O̳ sightings.
Can\’t explain everything?
The P̳e̳n̳t̳a̳g̳o̳n̳ is unlikely to release videos of its own secret weapon. Although theorists have their own hypotheses; They believe that said plasma filament technology is responsible for these encounters.
While it is not known what the mysterious objects are, there are aspects of these sightings that rule out holographic technology.
They involve phenomena visually captured by pilots and visible to the forward-looking infrared sensor. It is impossible for ATFLIR, as it is known by its acronym, to detect a plasma filament image. It is also not possible for a pilot to see an image generated by the technology with the naked eye.
Other factors that exclude the use of holographic technology. Radar systems on Super Hornet fighter jets, the Grumman E-2 Hawkeye early warning aircraft and the guided missile system on the aircraft carrier USS Princeton allegedly detected the presence of these objects.
Plasma, unless associated with a physical object, is undetectable by radar. In addition, pilots reported seeing solid objects and not “translucent images”.
There is also the fact that laser beams degrade with distance. This would require a ship or aircraft to generate an image to fly relatively close. None of the pilots reported seeing another plane nearby, and in 2004, the USS Princeton spotted U̳F̳O̳s at 80,000 feet.
The technology used behind the patent is an innovative form of defense against enemy missiles. But even if it can create U̳F̳O̳s to see certain sectors, that doesn\’t explain the Navy sightings. Nor does it explain most visas around the world.
Therefore, the attempt to discredit the presence of unidentified flying objects on Earth has not been of much use…