US Army Uses Patents To Disclose Secret Technology


It is a well-known fact that the US Army has been developing ultra-advanced technology in order to keep on top of the most powerful armies in the world. However, in recent days, there have been rumours of a progressive disclosing of secret technology through patents system.

According to a very interesting article published on by renowned Australian researcher PhD Michael Salla, “the US Navy has arranged for one of its scientists to openly apply for patents of advanced technologies that are allegedly under experimental development”.

“In four patent applications lodged since 2015, the applicant, Dr Salvator Cezar Pais, who filed on behalf of the Secretary of the Navy as the Assignee, has proposed revolutionary inventions that use principles such as electromagnetic propulsion rather than more conventional liquid fuel propulsion”, Mr Salla stated. “In one application, Philip J. Bonzell, a Primary Patent Examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) believed the proposed invention of ‘A Craft Using an inertial Mass Reduction Device’ was so outlandish and scientifically unfeasible that he rejected it on 28 November, 2017”, he added.

However, the decision was appealed by a US Navy attorney and, one week later, on 04 December, it had been reverted. Additionally, Mr Cezar Pais was allegedly granted other three patents, according to Mr Salla. “Other patents awarded to Pais involved the creation of a ‘High Frequency Gravitational Wave Generator’ (2019), a ‘Piezoelectricity-induced Room Temperature Superconductor’ (2019) and an ‘Electromagnetic Field Generator and method to generate an Electromagnetic Field’ (2018)”, he said.

In the opinion of the Australian expert, this event marks the beginning of a wider disclosure process that could have unimaginable consequences. “The US Navy is moving forward with the disclosure process and is using the US patents system as the mechanism for the general public and scientific community awakening to the revolutionary potential of propulsion and energy storage systems using electromagnetic principles”, he explained. “The revolutionary potential of electromagnetic technologies for the aerospace industry is enormous. We are on the verge of witnessing the kind of rapid advances in the aerospace industry when it comes to energy storage and propulsion, which has become a norm in the telecommunications industry, thanks to microprocessor storage capacities doubling every two years”, he commented.

Draw your own conclusions…

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