- (Specially written for Lumières
Dans La Nuit and for Flying Saucer Review. Translated from author's original
text by Gordon Creighton.)
- Note from Gordon Creighton - Literally
within less than a week after I had jotted down my revised thoughts on
Roswell and Colonel Philip Corso (see Editorial), I was amazed to receive
the following astonishing document from FSR's old friend and ally, Dr.
Pierre Guérin, one of France's most distinguished astronomers, for
many years actively engaged at the Pic du Midi Observatory in the Pyrenees
and at the famous Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris. In view of his eminence
in his profession and his great knowledge and experience, I would suggest
that we take very careful note of what Dr. Guérin now has to say.
Dr. Guérin tells me that the article is appearing not only in Lumières
Dans La Nuit, but also on the French Internet, and he has expressed the
hope that FSR may be able to get my translation of it onto the English-language
Internet, too. G.C.
- The US Air Force, Anti-Gravitation, And
UFOs © By Dr Pierre Guérin
- As we all know, "Area 51" (otherwise
called Groom Lake, in Nevada) is the most famous of the ultra-secret military
bases of the United States.
- Its existence is not officially recognized.
The security perimeter around it has recently again been enlarged with
a view to discouraging the efforts of curiosity-seekers equipped with binoculars
or super-telescopic lenses who might be hoping to see UFOs flying there.
- And in fact eyewitnesses have indeed,
at night, seen strange luminous and silent craft flying there and executing
trajectories that could not be the trajectories of aeroplanes.
- We know of several cases of people who
have apparently been subjected to brainwashing before they could go out
from Groom Lake. In particular we will cite the cases of an RAF pilot who
was in Nevada for training, and who inadvertently landed on the Groom Lake
Base, and of an electrical engineer (Bob Lazar) who had been engaged to
work there temporarily in secret Air Force hangars situated in the same
- Lazar, conscious of the absurdity of
certain recollections that he had retained from his time there, stated
that he had been ordered to work on repairing a UFO that had been recovered,
and that as working equipment they had given him an ordinary electronic
voltmeter without furnishing him with any sensible explanation, and that
he had been able to have, and carry around with him, with impunity, a piece
of the heavy transuranian Element 115 (unknown on Earth) serving as a base
for the craft's anti-gravitational (?) engine.
- Such sorts of scarcely credible assertions
unfortunately managed to fool a few naive ufologists but, above all, they
also served to ridicule Ufology in the eyes of sensible people and - more
particularly - to discredit the rumours about the repairing of recovered
UFOs at Groom Lake or the manufacture there of copies of UFOs, which doubtless
was the purpose intended.
- It is worth noting that Lazar remembers
having had to drink liquids and to submit to sessions of hypnosis when
he was working at Groom Lake.
- As for the R.A.F. pilot, he was kept
at the Base for several days, and when he came out he had amnesia and could
no longer even remember his own name!
- INFORMATION TRICKLING OUT
- T hat this Base does exist, nobody can
deny, and for good reason. And matters have now reached the stage that,
from time to time, in specialized journalistic circles, certain reports
on the activities carried on there even appear officially. Firstly, it
is recognized that they are developing the hypersonic aircraft of the future
- They state explicitly that these planes
will be at least 15 years ahead of those already existing elsewhere in
the world, and that the details of their performance will not be divulged
before that same number of years have elapsed.
- Nevertheless a few secrets have leaked
out about one of these aircraft -AURORA, said to attain Mach 8 in the stratosphere.
- The American authorities have recently
laid on an 'Open Day' - assuredly of course not at Groom Lake itself, but
on the Nellis Base, which surrounds it - in order to show to a selected
public - certain of these aircraft, grounded, but assuredly not the most
- (One may wonder whether this operation
was not just another means of 'defusing' the rumours about the presence
of UFOs at Groom Lake or at other U.S. bases?)
- The aircraft displayed were filmed by
a team of reporters from French Television (FRANCE 2).
- Seen in profile, the machines shown could
vaguely evoke the idea of "flying saucers", but they weren't
"flying saucers". It was more a question of "flying wings".
- However fast these machines may be, they
still behave - at any rate until proof to the contrary is forthcoming -
in accordance with the classic laws of physics, although it has already
been suggested (Aviation Week and Space Technology, March 9, 1992) that
the B-2 was using an anti-gravitational system when flying at high altitudes.
In any case, these aircraft aren't copies of UFOs. There is no indication
that they can hover silently or zigzag at supersonic speed without producing
any shock-wave. Numerous people have seen AURORA flying in the sky over
the American South-West. This aircraft seems to be driven by ramjets. It
has been said that it "richochets along on the air", no doubt
because it leaves behind it a string of little condensations and emits
a pulsed roar.
- Assuredly its conception derives from
a state-of-the-art technology that is indeed far in advance of what exists
elsewhere, but there is no evidence to prove that the AURORA is equipped
with an antigravitational system and even less reason still to indicate
that it could perform hypothetical spatio-temporal 'short-cuts' such as
the UFOs seem to know how to do.
- Yet, nevertheless, among the reports,
true or false, that trickle out into industrial and political circles about
secret American research in the realm of flying machines, there are some
that speak specifically of the study of flight by antigravitational means.
(For a very long time past there have been ufologists who,though having
no proof of it, have suggested this type of propulsion for the UFOs, for
it could account for certain aspects of their movement).
- In his book Les Etrangers de l'Espace*
(The Strangers from Space) Donald Keyhoe reported that, at the beginning
of the 1960s, a certain "PROGRAMME G" had been started up in
the United States, mobilizing 7 aeronautical firms and 21 American and
foreign universities - including the celebrated M.I.T., with a view to
the discovery and the exploitation of the principle of Antigravity.
- According to Keyhoe, in 1966, it had
to be admitted that this research had still not been successful. But that
they have not ceased and that they have even made progress is what we learn
from an article in the very serious British review, JANE'S DEFENCE WEEKLY,
which specializes in questions of defence and armaments around the world.
I cannot do better than to quote some passages from this article from the
review's issue of June 10, 1995:
- "Technicians who dabble in the interpretation
of visions do not always get it right. Take this example from a specialist
US aviation magazine in 1956: "We're already working with equipment
to cancel out gravity", Lawrence D. Bell, founder of the company that
bears his name, was quoted as saying. Bell, apparently, was not the only
one working in this field. others said to be seeking to master this arcane
'science' included the Glenn L. Martin Company, Convair, Lear, and Sperry
Gyroscope. Within a few years, so we were assured, aircraft, cars, submarines,
and power stations would all be driven by this radical new propulsion technology.
Sadly, it was not to be".
- The rest of the article passes in review
of the various accomplishments in the realm of American futuristic aircraft
derived from "black projects" (i.e. projects financed from funds
free of any parliamentary control). In its conclusion, the article tackles
more specifically the question of the very secret activities that are carried
on at Groom Lake:-
- BEYOND 2001
- Groom Lake, Nevada, is the epicentre
of classified USAF research into Stealth and other exotic aerospace technologies.
Several years after the collapse of the Soviet threat, activity and investment
at this remote, highly secret air base (so secret that its presence is,
as yet, unacknowledged by the U.S. Government) is till on the increase.
- While research into less sensitive technologies
(such as two-dimensional thrust-vectoring and advanced short take-off and
vertical landing, ASTOVL) are pursued in the open at nearby Edwards AFB
in California, Groom Lake is set to hang onto its secrets. The USAF's recent
confiscation of 1600 hectares of public land bordering the facility is
consistent with the Pentagon's desire to maintain its lead in quantum leap
technologies -some of which, according to well qualified observers in and
around the Nevada area, defy current thinking into the predicted direction
of aerospace engineering.
- That aerospace companies continue to
look at highly radical alternative air vehicle concepts is evidence of
the ongoing quest for breakthrough designs.
- Glimpses into this world are rare, but
provide some insight into likely 21st century research activity. The 1990
unclassified "Electric Propulsion Study" ( a quest for an anti-gravity
propulsion system by another name ) conducted by the USA's Science Application
International Corp on behalf of USAF's ( then ) Astronautics Laboratory
at Edwards AFB, shows that USAF's visionaries are still being given free
- Until recently, BAe also provided internal
resources for its own anti-gravity studies, and even went so far as to
outline this thinking with artists' concepts -a case of Lawrence Bell's
vision not being so wide of the mark after all.
- Before he died, Ben Rich, who headed
Lockheed's Skunk Works from 1975 to 1991, was quoted as saying: "We
have some new things. We are not stagnating. What we are doing is updating
ourselves, without advertising. There are some new programmes, and there
are certain things -some of them 20 or 30 years old- that are still breakthroughs
and appropriate to keep quiet about. Other people don't have them yet".
- Thirty years from now, we may still not
know the half of what is currently being tested in and around Groom Lake.
- As one can see, this text refers very
clearly to certain entirely new research that represents "a leap into
the unknown". This research, launched with the help of big American
industrial firms (plus, according to Keyhoe, several universities), is
said to be directed in particular at "antigravitational propulsion"
(baptised as "electrical propulsion" -and we shall soon see why)
and is said to have commenced soon after the end of World War II.
- According to the text, this research
would have quite rapidly yielded som results which are still kept completely
secret, and are unknown to other countries, without our being told clearly
whether antigravity properly called has yet been mastered, and whether
or not certain of the machines tested at Groom Lake are already utilising
this method of propulsion -but there is independent suggestion of this
in the descriptions given by eyewitnesses positioned around the Base, and
to whom we have referred above.
- Obviously there is no mention in the
article of the allegation made by ertain American ufologists dubbed as
"the Lunatic Fringe", such as John Lear, according to whom aliens
are said to be occupying underground laboratories in the Groom Lake Base,
and allegedly are giving the American Military scientific and technical
help in exchange for silence about the mutilations of animals and the abduction
- It is all going on as if there is under
way a progressive preparation of American and world opinion for the announcement
of major advances -and obviously of purely terrestrial origin- in aerospatial
science and technology, carried out in the greatest secrecy by the USA
(and possibly Great Britain) over the past 30 years or more. Antigravity,
it is indicated, would be at the core of this research.
- PRESENT DAY PHYSICS KNOWS
NOTHING ABOUT ANTI-GRAVITY
- U ntil now such revelations have scarcely
ever triggered off any waves in the realm of theoretical physics, and shortly
you will understand why this is so. On the other hand, there is good reason
to think that they might be taken seriously in Intelligence circles, but
I fear that the latter do not perceive the extremely grave implications
that follow from it.
- For matters aren't as simple as they
might appear, and these revelations need to be examined from a critical
point of view that, it seems to me, has scarecely been taken into account
- The problem which is posed is this: Is
it realistic to believe that, via the distribution of countless sums of
dollars to feed planned ultra-secret research, the discovery of the theoretical
physics of antigravity ( not to speak of its practical application ) could
be achieved in any reasonable period, starting out from the fundamental
basics of our terrestrial science, without the rest of the scientific community
knowing about it, and, above all, without the appearance of any prior signs
of a crisis in physics obliging us to modify or enlarge those basics? I
insist that the answer is NO. And here is why:-
- Far too often people confuse fundamental
physics and applied physics ( the latter leading to industrial applications
). This confusion carries with it the risk of leading too many responsible
politicians and Military to cite the example of, say, the Manhattan Project,
in support of the idea that, simply by "going all out" on a project,
the Americans are capable of achieving a decisive breakthrough within a
reasonable period of time, and yet still keep all the research secret.
- Well now, the Manhattan project was in
fact merely a technological project to build the atomic bomb. Certainly
it was indeed gigantic for that period, but in no way whatsoever did it
call into question the very foundations of theoretical physics. Quite to
the contrary, it was entirely founded on them and, more precisely, on the
theoretical principle of the equivalence of mass and energy (E = mc^2)
which derives from Einstein's Restricted Relativity, added to which was
the experimental fact of the chain-reaction of neutrons in a critical mass
of uranium or plutonium, discovered already as early as 1939 and known
to all atomic physicists from the start of World War II onwards.
- If there was a secret, it was initially
the secret of the nature of the project itself. After that, it was the
secret of the techniques to be developed in order to achieve it: the separation
of the uranium isotopes, the manufacture of the plutonium, the experimental
determination of the critical mass (which cost the lives of several researchers
who died from radiation, etc).
- It was possible to keep such a technological
piece of research as that secret for a period -which was in any case only
limited -by maintaining all the different branches of it so compartmentalised
that only those who had conceived the project knew what the final objective
- BUT, on the contrary, the development
of a system of antigravitational propulsion would imply that its theoretical
bases have already been discovered! At the present time the theoretical
bases are completely unknown to terrestrial physicists (even though some
may suspect that they do know what they are) for the simple reason that
they apparently do not derive from the bases of our own established physics,
and at first sight seem to contradict them.
- In the three-dimensional model of Space
(which is the visible Universe in which we live) "gravity" -which
Newton called "the force of attraction" of masses of matter -is
inherently present in these masses which, in the modern framework of General
Relativity, actually bend the "geodetics" of Space-Time (i.e.
the trajectories of the mass bodies) as though a "force" were
being applied to these bodies.
- All matter attracts other matter in this
fashion, deforming Space-Time, and today we know that even antimatter,
in our universe, is attractive, and not repulsive, as at one time was thought.
- General Relativity is evidently not the
last word in science, even if up till now it has been confirmed with great
precision by numerous consequences that one can deduce from it. It is possible
that tomorrow certain experimental tests may produce a set-back for it.
But we aren't at that point.
- Moreover, quite a number of variations
of the theory have now been proposed,still within the framework of a Universe
of three dimensions. None of them has prevailed over the rest so far, but
in any case all of them retain this fundamental property of the gravitational
effect being inherent in mass. Moreover, the new attempts at the modelisation
of spatial complexes with a Universe of several "leaves" (such
as Dr Jean-Pierre Petit's idea of twin universes which would permit the
discovery of spatio-temporal short-cuts for travelling in space) still
retain this fundamental property of gravity.
- So -at first sight- gravity does not
seem at present likely to be cancelled out by any means whatsoever in the
present state of our best established theoretical knowledge, unless it
were possible to cancel out mass itself, which is nonsense. In fact, however,
certain physicists do suspect that there may be a way out which would amount
to considering gravitation as a consequence of electromagnetism, and not
as a separate force on its own. Whence comes the idea that certain electromagnetic
devices would enable weight ( i.e. attraction ) to be nullified without,
of course, nullifying mass. ( Maybe this explains why the journalists who
talk about the Air Force's secret projects always mention "research
on electrogravity". )
- Among the known attempts made in this
direction by certain university researchers, some have turned out to be
mathematically erroneous. Others are not open to the same charge, but under
no circumstances can they lay claim of being a structured scientific theory
analogous to Relativity or to the Quantum Theory:
- At the very most (Puthoff, Haisch) they
are exploratory perspectives that are more qualitative than mathematically
established, and still totally unsuited for experimental exploration, and
even less for an industrial one.
- NO TRUE THEORY OF ANTIGRAVITATIONAL
EFFECT OF AN ELECTROMAGNETIC NATURE HAS YET, TO THIS DAY, BEEN DEVELOPED
OR PUBLISHED WITHIN THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY OF THEORETICAL
- Such -in short- is the present state
of the knowledge of the academic community of the world on this matter.
Nevertheless, it is worth noting that an experimental plan, and an experiment,
are said to have been carried out in 1992 by Podkletnov and Vuorinen of
the Tempere University in Finland. These two authors are said to have produced
an antigravitic effect yielding a 2% reduction in weight of objects placed
above a core of superconductive ceramic in rapid rotation. (New Scientist,
Sept 21, 1996).
- No explanatory theory for the phenomenon
was furnished by the authors who, curiously enough, were refused publication
of their paper in the Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, despite the
contrary judgement of the three referees commissioned to examine it. Podkletnov
is said to have claimed that he was subjected to pressure not to divulge
anything before a patent for commercial exploitation had been issued.
- THEORETICAL PHYSICS AND MILITARY
- Just as Nuclear Physics is not a chapter
in chemistry, but transcends chemistry, so the physics of tomorrow will
transcend General Relativity ( or the improved theory that in the near
future will replace it ). Maybe a so-called "unitary theory"
will finally be worked out which will reconcile gravitation and quantum
mechanics, and will be the prelude to a new scientific revolution opening
the way to the electromagnetic concept of antigravitation. At present this
concept remains outside of the classic bases of the physics that is taught,
and is not truly on the agenda in the institutes of theoretical physics.
- Such a revolution, of importance at least
equal to the importance of General Relativity or Quantum Mechanics, could
not take place in some university's theoretical physics laboratory without
being known throughout the entire world, because all the specialists in
these matters know each other personally, exchange ideas, publish their
papers, and meet each other at international congresses.
- This is the very condition required for
their creativity. To impose secrecy on those of them who would get contracts
with the Armed Forces would be both prejudicial to that creativity, and
- The research worker in theoretical physics
does his job with paper, a pencil, his intuitive sense, and his mastery
of his mathematical tools, and also -nowadays- a computer for testing numerically
the results derived from his models. He has to let his ideas ripen slowly
and freely. And the minute he finds something he has to tell about it.
- As one of my colleagues said to me one
day: "It is more difficult to confine a theoretician to his office
than antimatter to a bottle!"
- THEORETICAL RESEARCH CANNOT
BE PLANNED WITHIN THE RESTRICTING FRAMEWORK OF A SECRET MILITARY PROJECT.
IT IS "ANTIPODEAN" TO THAT! NEITHER RELATIVITY NOR QUANTUM PHYSICS
WAS DISCOVERED BY CONTRACT.
- BY WAY OF CONCLUSION
- I have no knowledge whatsoever of what
is going on at Groom Lake. I have no idea whatsoever whether "Little
Greys" are installed as bosses in underground levels of the Base.
I have no idea whatsoever whether the Americans are repairing recovered
flying saucers there, or whether they are themselves building them in entirety
there. I have no idea whether they are contenting themselves with testing
military material there of a very advanced technology calling for an exotic
physics. BUT, ON THE OTHER HAND, WHAT I THINK I CAN AFFIRM IS THIS:-
- EITHER: The snatches of information that
the American Air Force permits to filter out regarding the research on
antigravity that they are allegedly pursuing there are disinformation (and
this cannot be excluded in view of the analysis that I have just given
- But then -why this disinformation? Several
answers come to mind. The most immediate one is that they simply are trying
to mislead those who are trying so hard to know the truth about the Air
Force's secret projects.
- OR: The Air Force or the Pentagon really
are carrying on at Groom Lake (and no doubt at other sites too) ultra-secret
research on antigravity -a "major leap into the unknown", and
one that in practical fact is totally unknown to the entire scientific
community of the whole world.
- Such an ignorance on the part of the
world's scientists implies that this research is proceeding in a closed
circuit, devoid of any exchange whatsoever with the other physicists of
the entire world. The very fact that, despite this handicap, they could
have arrived -( in a record short time! )- at the creation of a new kind
of physics that permits us to conceive of -or even to start embarking on
-the construction of revolutionary antigravitational flying machines -why,
that would be to fly right in the face of the method by which our own terrestrial
science has always proceeded right from the very beginning of its existence.
- Such a result, then would imply that
the US Air Force has managed to "leap-frog" ahead, and possess
access to theoretical information other than what is provided by the known
fundamental terrestrial physics.
- SUCH INFORMATION, THEREFORE,
WOULD NECESSARILY HAVE TO BE OF A NON-TERRESTRIAL ORIGIN.
- Some will, of course, at once think of
the crashed craft at Roswell, but personally I find it scarcely possible
to believe it. For the mere analysis and study of one machine, whether
damaged in an accident or not, can hardly enable one to grasp the basic
physics of its operation when those physics aren't even within the framework
of any known theory -as was certainly the case back in 1947!
- ONE IS CONSEQUENTLY LED RATHER
TO VISUALISE THAT ACTUAL EXCHANGES HAVE TAKEN PLACE WITH THE POSSESSORS
OF A MORE ADVANCED SCIENCE.
- AND THEN ONE FINDS ONESELF
CONTEMPLATING THE CATASTROPHIC SCENARIO PAINTED BY JOHN LEAR.
- SUCH A STATE OF AFFAIRS WOULD,
OF COURSE, HAVE TO BE TOTALLY INADMISSIBLE, AND IT WOULD JUSTIFY THE EXCEPTIONAL
SECRECY IN WHICH THE AMERICAN AUTHORITIES HAVE WRAPPED GROOM LAKE.
- YES -EXCEPTIONAL, I SAY. FOR,
AS FAR AS I KNOW, THEY NEVER DRUGGED AND HYPNOTISED THE ENGINEERS WHO WORKED
ON THE MANHATTAN PROJECT WHEN THEY WERE QUITTING THEIR PLACE OF WORK!
- Well, there it is. Everyone will decide
according to his own preference. AS FOR ME, -I'VE MADE MY DECISION, AS
YOU WILL HAVE GUESSED. But I do admit that I am not able to base it on
any decisive argument. I MERELY STATE THAT, WHATEVER REPLY THEY GIVE US,
THEY ARE DECEIVING US. BUT WE'VE GOT USED TO THAT NOW. EVER SINCE THE UFO
- ADDITIONAL NOTE
- I t is amusing to note that, in his enthralling
book, Revelations, Jacques Vallée, who himself lives in California,
and knows the whole story of ufology right throughout and has investigated
the "Lunatic Fringe" in order to denounce their credulity and
the fashion in which they are being manipulated, does himself supply -(
not intentionally, of course )- some arguments, even if not decisive ones,
in support of the thesis that there is non-human technology at work at
- For in fact he admits, very objectively,
that things have been seen flying over that Base "which it would be
very difficult to differentiate from real saucers" -things which in
fact are the cause of the reports referring to "spectacular sightings
similar to the movements of true saucers". Obviously, of course, in
his view those were merely craft of "an advanced terrestrial technology".
- Supposing these telecontrolled "drones"
come in several sizes, from little mobile discoidal platforms, almost totally
silent and one metre wide, full of sophisticated electronics and with immense
manoeuvrability, up to larger arial reconnaissance craft as much as several
metres wide, some fitted with searchlights and some not. (It could have
been a craft of this type that allegedly landed in December 1980 near an
Anglo-American base at Bentwaters ( i.e. Rendlesham).
- That "UFO", it seems, was already
expected by the military authorities who, before the landing, had already
deployed troops from the Base to proceed to the landing-site, as though
in order to test the troops' reactions (a plausible enough interpretation
that I won't contest.).
- But, just as Vallée (anxious to
ridicule those who believe in the existence of a great subterranean base,
peopled with aliens, underneath Groom Lake) puts to such folk the question:
"WHO COLLECTS THE GARBAGE?", I will return the ball to him, and
put to him a question that is possibly far more embarrassing, namely:-
- "WITH WHAT POWER SOURCE AND WHAT
MODE OF PROPULSION CAN THOSE 'SILENT DRONES' THAT YOU DESCRIBE TO US BE
- Rocket engines are always noisy, require
a heavy load of fuel, solid or liquid, if the flight is to be of any duration.
- Propulsion by rotary turbine (for lift)
can be almost silent if the power source is electrical, and it would account
for the faint hum of the objects. But as it is a flying machine, the weight-power
relationship for the batteries producing that energy would be prohibitive,
and the same is also true for a nuclear reactor.
- Finally, propulsion by MHD (magnetohydrodynamics)
-which would account for the objects' luminosity at night and for their
performance, would require even more electricity, and would presume the
problem of controlled fusion to have been resolved -which, in these closing
years of this century, twenty years after the Bentwaters affair, it still
- SO THEN HOW CAN THE FAKE UFOs AT GROOM
LAKE AND ELSEWHERE FLY IF THEY AREN'T USING A TECHNOLOGY BASED ON ANOTHER
KIND OF PHYSICS? I'm waiting for Vallée to give me the answer. Maybe,
of course, there is one! But I confess I haven't found it yet...
- EDITOR'S NOTE
- I have all Donald Keyhoe's books, but
put away in storage, and I can't access them easily, so I am unable to
suggest which of the books it is that has been rendered into French as
"Les Etrangers de l'Espace." G.C.
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