Russian scientists create a prototype of a high-speed UFO  

Russian scientists create a prototype of a high-speed UFO   

Russian engineers have created a one-of-the-kind flight vehicle similar to that of a space shuttle’s principle of movement. 

Ultra-modern flight vehicle performance is based on Beifeld Brown effect, which enables every object to levitate in the air using the electricity. According to Russian scientists, the same principle works for UFOs. They state that this discovery was made in 1929, but was classified by the USA for a long time.

Russian specialists were able to reveal the secret of development of a unique air transport and create its model, presenting it at the NAUKA-2015 festival in Moscow.

The head of the Youth laboratory for Beifeld Brown effect told the media about the new development: “This discovery enables us to develop radically new kinds of transportation. The best configuration for a flight vehicle is a disk due to its maneuvering capability and rigidity. New age flight device could be of any size, up to hundreds of kilometers lengthwise. It could also accommodate a colossal cargo load, for instance, the entire world population.

The flight discovery operates on electricity, not fuels. According to the scientists, it could cut short a flight to Mars, from a year to one month.

“Asymmetric capacitor creates a lifting power by applying a high voltage, same principle of  UFO’s engine. In order to run this flight device we don’t need fuel, just an electricity. By our estimations, this vehicle could take only one month to reach Mars, while today it takes a year”, -  said Emil Biktashev, Youth laboratory resident scientist. 

 The scientists claim that the unusual flight vehicle will be put into production in the very near future, as representatives of Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation have expressed their interest in the unique development. Creation of “UFO” will take up to three years approximately.

NAUKA-2015 festival was held in Moscow on October – 9-11th. Scientists, students and different companies presented their unique scientific developments in the field of aviation, the automobile sector, in the areas of robotics, chemistry, physics, aerospace and computer technology, as well as 3D-technology and design.