Mysterious Secret Projects:Philadelphia Experiment

The Philadelphia experiment, one of the U.S. government’s secret projects in which the point was to make a ship invisible to radar and sonar. There are many refrences about this secret Philadelphia Experiment, in which involvement of Albert Einstein and Nicola Tesla is also considered. The Philadelphia Experiment was done in 1943. The point was was to make a ship, the U.S.S. Eldridge, invisible to radar and sonar. The problem came when the experiment worked, the ship not only became invisible to radar , but also invisible to naked eye as well. It was good. Somehow it dematerialized , and with went its crew of 181 sailors. The ship dematerialized in Norfolk Harbour, VA. It materialized in Philadelphia Harbour a full 24 hours later, but there were problems. Out of a crew of 181, 21 survived most only to die a short time later, 40were dead and and 120were newer came back. The story of Philadelphia experiment is of course “officially denied”, as it is in tradition but it a very real story, exposed by Allenede. Very real and very terrible, mainly because denial of incident also denies the service men who died in experiment piece. They said to be lost somewhere in sea. But question is that how it was done? The most probable answer is EINSTEIN’s unified theory which unified all forces(i.e. Mass and energy are related as E =mc2).




About bruceleeeowe
An engineering student and independent researcher. I'm researching and studying quantum physics(field theories). Also searching for alien life.

2 Responses to Mysterious Secret Projects:Philadelphia Experiment

  1. Meisen says:

    Is that really possible for scientists of that time?

  2. Is that really possible for scientists of that time?;. All the best!!

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