Are there Ecological Impacts to Taming Gravity?
Individuals who are interested in the “Taming Gravity” theory and its corresponding research have more to think about than whether or not it is possible. In fact, it is quite obvious to most researchers that science along with the government is working hard to cover up the fact that they have already discovered how to tame gravity. The ultimate question is, what happens to our planet and environment if we begin to use a gravitational device on a regular basis?
It was Dr. Ning Li who championed the first anti-gravity device and it was also her who suggested that anti-gravity cars and vehicles could reasonably be developed based on the premise of her machine. However, despite her desire to see flying cars in dealerships across America it is logical to assume that there would be ecological impacts to using such a device on a large scale.
The Popular Mechanics article that featured Dr. Li’s research suggested that she could in fact hold the answer to interplanetary travel and gravitation manipulation. Her passion for the subject coupled with her latest batch of funding from the DoD holds out promise for her work. While her research is ground-breaking, it should be cautioned that it could also be incredibly dangerous given the power it involves.
For example, if just 13,000,000 vehicles propelled by an anti-gravity machine were to lift off at the same time the effects they could have on the earth would be devastating. Each machine would in effect be neutralizing the planet’s gravity, since earth’s gravity not only holds us still in a chaotic universe but also keeps such things as tectonic plates in check. These tectonic plates keep lava and volcanic eruptions in check. Destabilizing the earth’s crust would release energy from within and would theoretically create earthquakes and volcanic eruptions all over the world.
If we can get past the volcanic eruptions and the destabilization of the earth’s mantle, the next question is what type of effect would anti-gravity machines have on our atmosphere. We already deal with massive Co2 emissions and toxic fumes from various industrial processes, what would happen if we added a gravitational machine into the mix? What would be the outcome? It stands to reason that the consequences would be far greater than jet propulsion or anything else we currently use. In fact, it is likely that the earth would be riddled with even more toxic byproducts thanks to these machines.
Pollution like what we see in China would likely expand across the globe, causing people to get sick or even prevent them from breathing naturally. In fact, if all of these vehicles lifted off at the same time you may even see people suffocate to death in a matter of minutes. These consequences should not be ignored. They could not only end the lives of millions of individuals but also create a foreign environment where human beings are no longer welcome.
Another concern would be anti-gravity machines falling into the wrong hands. What if those who would do harm got a hold of a device and then used it against the world? It is easy to see that the risk these devices carry is substantial.
With good reason the government has been extremely secretive about anti-gravity machines and the research associated with it. After all, if the average person were aware of the implications of such technology it could be the end of the human race as we know it.
Of course, just because the government is secretive about anti-gravity technology it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t have access to it. Our society now has nuclear technology, amongst a host of other incredibly powerful and dangerous devices. Why should anti-gravity machines be any different? Our reliance on the government has likely led to the destruction of valuable scientific advancements, and if we fail to support or ask questions about the research of scientists such as Dr. Ning Li then we will lose out on incredible achievements of the human race.
When we think about aliens and their interstellar travel, we cannot exclude the idea of anti-gravity propulsion. There are many prominent scientists and researchers who claim that aliens not only exist but have visited our planet numerous times. If that is the case, we have to ask how it is they can reach us and what technology is behind their travel. If it is indeed anti-gravity based, then we can see that our technology is on the verge of meeting that of civilizations far more advanced.
If other intelligent beings have made anti-gravity a safe way to travel through space, than it is quite possible that we could do the same. However, terrestrial use may be a stretch. The earth is our home, and the only one we have. Using anti-gravity or attempting to tame gravity through mechanical devices would have a negative effect on our environment if we used it on a large scale. We fair far better if we first educate ourselves about the use of gravity and then implement it through technology that is safe to use.