Sunday, March 20, 2005


Not too many newspapers, let alone broadcast media outlets, reported about an Associated Press story released April 13, 1997. It stated British and Dutch scientists said they succeeded in floating a frog in the air, using a magnetic field one million times stronger than that of the Earth.
The scientists said there was no reason why larger creatures, even humans, could not do the same--be elevated in the air by a magnetic field.
The Profound Journalist suspects British, Dutch and American military "High Brass" officials made sure that story died. One does not have to be Einstein to realize that "floating soldiers" could create havoc in any military campaign.
To keep the frog elevated, the magnetic field had to be one million times that of the Earth, the scientists said, according to the AP article.
"If the magnetic field pushes the frog away with sufficient force, you will overcome gravity and the frog will float," said Peter Main, professor of physics at Nottingham University, one of the British scientists who collaborated with colleagues at the University of Nijmegen to create the first levitating amphibian.
The scientists said they have made plants, grasshoppers and fish float in the same way.
They added that their frog showed no signs of distress after being floated in the air inside a magnetic cylinder.
What this means to you, the reader, is that someday soldiers, and probably police officers, will be flying around, doing their jobs.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's ?


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