Traveling faster than the speed of light is an unavoidable desire for the human species, which strives to spread over the cosmos.
However, when contrasted to the vast expanses of the universe, light moves very slowly: Earthlings would have to wait more than four years for a ship traveling at the speed of light to reach the nearest stars, and 25,000 years to reach the nearest galaxy, Canis Major Dwarf.
Civilizations that lack the technology to travel through space by enclosing their ships in electromagnetic fields are unable to enter the solar system.
In an interview with FAN, Valery Uvarov, Director of the International Information Center for Ufological Research, discussed this.
Valery Uvarov described how, in his opinion, brothers in mind travel in space, outpacing us in development.
“Those civilizations who have mastered flying on a specific type of ship, which we see in the sky and have dubbed UFOs so far, employ a powerful electromagnetic field to navigate in space,” he explained.
“With its assistance, they make a specific passage between spaces and a so-called step, but they do not even move forward.”
“Civilizations that lack such technology and travel linearly from point A to point B cannot exist in our solar system,” the researcher added.
“Electromagnetic propulsion might propel a spaceship further and quicker into space than any other known propulsion method.”
Electromagnetic propulsion (EMP) is the acceleration of an object using a flowing electrical current and magnetic fields. The electrical current is used to either create an opposite magnetic field or to charge a field, which can subsequently repel other fields. When a current passes through a conductor in a magnetic field, an electromagnetic force known as the Lorentz force pushes the conductor in a perpendicular direction to the conductor and the magnetic field. This repulsive force is what drives propulsion in a system built to exploit the phenomena. The phrase electromagnetic propulsion (EMP) may be broken down into its constituent parts: electromagnetic – the use of electricity to generate a magnetic field – and propulsion – the process of driving anything.
Magnetohydrodynamic drive refers to propulsion that uses a fluid (liquid or gas) as the moving conductor. One significant distinction between EMP and electric motor propulsion is that the electrical energy required for EMP is not employed to generate rotational energy for motion, despite the fact that both use magnetic fields and a flowing electrical current.