From: Perry Mick <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 08:59:18 -0700 Fwd Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 21:16:01 -0400 Subject: Re: The Ten Cases >Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 01:08:26 -0700 >From: Larry Hatch <email@example.com> >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: Subjective escape velocity >>From: RobIrving@aol.com >>Wed, 10 Jun 1998 14:16:32 EDT >>Subject: The Ten Cases >There is nothing subjective about 'Escape Velocity'. Pure >Physics.E.V. is a very precise rate of speed ( with proper >direction of course). It depends directly upon the size, mass >and gravity of a given planet, moon. or other object in space. >Below this speed, or at an improper direction, no projectile >will escape into space. Above it, it will..... Any complicating >factors (wind resistance etc.) are likewise purely physical. >We did not impose this mathematical order; it imposed itself on >us. >Best wishes >- Larry Hatch Actually escape velocity only applies to projectiles, and objects that need to be in "orbit" to remain in space, with no additional power input of their own. Rockets are just projectile delivery devices. With the demonstrated capabilities of UFOs, escape velocity is an irrelevant term. If a UFO can hover indefinitely without the use of the atmosphere as a medium to push against (i.e. a helicopter), then a UFO could basically just float into space at any leisurely pace it so desired. Then, once there, accelerate to any speed it wishes to, or continue to hover. It would never be in orbit, unless it wanted to. This will be the great benefit to us if we ever can develop artificial gravitational field propulsion, or anti-gravity.
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