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Re: UFO Flotilla' Over Lima Peru - Maccabee

From: Bruce Maccabee <brumac.nul>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 09:19:31 -0400
Fwd Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 10:38:51 -0400
Subject: Re: UFO Flotilla' Over Lima Peru - Maccabee

>From: Michael Christol <spachopr.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 08:47:24 -0600
>Subject: Re: 'UFO Flotilla' Over Lima Peru

>>From: Mario A. P. de Barros <marioweb.nul>
>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 16:13:52 -0300
>>Subject: Re: 'UFO Flotilla' Over Lima Peru

>>>Just got this link from my Peruvian friend.

>>>This is video from ATV Channel News in Lima on May 21, 2007:


>Don't quote me on this, but a friend of mine from New York City
>says what we are looking at here is a flotilla of Russian

>He claims the Russians started developing these spheres back in
>the 1950's, initially using a hybrid propulsion system which
>consisted of a rocked booster beneath it, like the LEM of the
>American Moon Program. Once they were 'up' then they used so
>called magnetic thrusters to move in the direction they wanted
>to go.

Once they are up... what keeps them up? Magnetic fields provide
little force and that is circular; it tends to make an object
rotate in the field until the north and south poles are aligned
in a certain way that depends upon the surrounding field (e.g.,
the earth's field). After the rotation occurs (as with a compass
needle) the object (e.g., needle) stops moving. For a magnetic
field only the gradient of the field is unidirectional and could
be used for propulsion. But the gradient provides a force even
waker than the field itself. Hence I doubt this "magnetic
thrusters" claim.

>In the late 1970's, they supposedly perfected their 'magnetic
>drive', and no longer needed the booster.

Don't buy that.

>My friend claims that these Russian Cosmospheres can hover in
>one spot over the surface of the earth indefinitely.

Don't buy that.

>What to look for according to my friend is a large sphere with
>small spheres attached around its circumference.

>According to my friend, these are the objects seen in the Mexico
>footage back in the 90's up to today.

>Now, let me state categorically that I personally have no
>knowledge as to the truth of this claim. I am only using this
>opportunity to pass his story along to the reader.

>He claims that if you look closely, you will see these small
>spheres as small black dots around the central white object. He
>also says that the plasma field generated by these objects
>creates the shimmering effect seen in the daylight and the glow
>seen at night.

Dark areas around the central white could be a result of the
video electronics (overshoot while scanning a bright area can
cause "undershoot" or darkening beyond the edge of the area).

"Cosmospheres" sounds like a crock to me.

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