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Uri Geller - Warp Speed On UFO Physics

From: Blair Cummins <ufoblair@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 1999 22:11:27 PST
Fwd Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 17:54:58 -0500
Subject: Uri Geller - Warp Speed On UFO Physics


Greetings list -

From: The Times - London

http://www.the-times.co.uk/news/pages/tim/99/11/29/timintint01016.html?999

Weird Web
Uri Geller

Stardrive Alien spaceships are an impossible concept. How could
they find Earth? Did they set out from home planets thousands of
light-years away, aiming for a speck in the universe that was
showing no signs of intelligent life, no radio, no television,
not even electric light?

How could their crews survive? What kind of fuel could propel a
craft across galaxies? These basic questions expose the myth of
UFOs.

And yet, tens of thousands of reliable witnesses report UFO
sightings each year. Whole cities, as in Mexico last year,
capture spaceships on video. Experienced flyers, such as the
former USAF F-16 pilot at the controls of a passenger jet over
Texas on October 26 this year, offer detailed descriptions of
massive triangular craft spotted above 35,000ft.

Physicist Jack Sarfatti doesn't want to believe in UFOs. He
wants to know. To know how they could function. To know the
hidden laws of physics they must exploit. To know if mankind can
replicate the technology.

His Stardrive project is drawing some of the most adventurous
and reputable scientists in the world, to examine the impossible
questions from a new angle - deducing new laws of science to
explain interstellar travel. Instead of parroting the general
relativity dictum that nothing travels faster than light,
Sarfatti wants to discover a way to outstrip 186,000 miles a
second without cheating on Einstein.

The project has already discovered a formula that lets UFOs
perform their zig-zag acrobatics without having gravity forces
inside the spaceship crush the crew.

Sarfatti is a tanned Californian with a white mane and black
wraparound shades. When Hollywood makes the movie, Jack
Nicholson could take the role.

And if his physics proves feasible, you can expect the film to
premiere on Mars. Or a million light-years beyond.

* Links

http://www.stardrive.org

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Best regards,

- Blair Cummins
ufoblair@hotmail.com



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