US Navy declassifies its antigravity spacecraft ('flying saucer') technology!
And the patents for this technology are published in Forbes Magazine, (10/30/19 issue).
A Navy researcher, Salvatore Cezar Pais, Ph.D. has invented key components needed to produce a human-made antigravity ship. He did this using extreme technology which utilizes quantum physics. The inventor is an advanced researcher at Naval Air Station Pautuxent River, MD. Accordingly the Navy holds the Patents for his quantum-physics inventions: the high energy electromagnetic field generator (HEEMFG), the Compact Fusion Reactor (CFR), and the Magnetic Field Disrupter (MFD).
The key components to produce an antigravity craft are: 1) a Compact Fusion Reactor (clean unlimited power), and 2) a Magnetic Field Disrupter (to disrupt gravity fields and provide lift and propulsion for the spacecraft).
These technologies have been awarded U.S. Patents. And Dr. Pais's boss, the US Navy has released this information, published in Forbes magazine, thus allowing the public to know that the U.S. Navy knows how to build its own 'flying saucers'! See ther formerly-classified information at:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/arielcohen/2019/10/30/a-breakthrough-in-american-energy-dominance-us-navy-patents-compact-fusion-reactor/#7ea223651070
The antigravity technology consumes a lot of power. But Dr. Pais has developed a Tokamak-style Compact Fusion Reactor (CFR) more than equal to the task. (US Patent US20190295733A1). The CFR reactor can produce anywhere from 1 gigawatt (billion watts) to 1 terawatt (trillion watts) of power from just 1 megawatt (million watts) of energy input. Thus the Navy's compact fusion reactor can generate a millions-fold increase in output-to-input energy. It's like putting a dollar in a slot machine and winning $10,000,000. And it uses fusion technology in such a way that no radioactive waste is produced. And for such a powerful reactor it is indeed compact. The device measures only 1 foot to 6-1/2 feet wide (0.3 to 2 meters). Thus the Compact Reactor is small enough, at a yardstick's width or so, to easily fit inside a Navy antigravity ship.
The Small Reactor Patent is at: patents.google.com/patent/US20190295733A1 . The Patent lays out the exotic quantum physics involved in the Compact Fusion Reactor. An illustration of the Reactor core is in the patent document.

The Compact Fusion Reactor serves as the power source for the Magnetic Field Disrupter [MFD], the heart of the spaceship's lift and propulsion.
Dr. Pais & the Navy got another Patent, for that Magnetic Field Disrupter (US Patent: 10144532B2.)
The MFD consists of a circular plasma-filled accelerator ring, which surrounds the crew compartment inside at the center of the U.S. antigravity craft, and subjects the ring's high-temperature super-conductive charged plasma to rotation at 60,000 revolutions per minute. This results in disruption of the ambient gravity field [eliminating both the pull of gravity and the effects of inertia on the craft and on the bodies of the crew inside.]
The delta shape of the spacecraft (seen in the patent) which is lifted and moved by the Magnetic Field Disruptor is virtually identical to that of the TR3-B Black Manta/Astra spacecraft. See a close-up photo of the TR3-B antigravity spacecraft at: www.drboylan.com/TR3BManta.jpg
In the patent, Dr. Pais explains the quantum physics of how this craft can also travel faster-than-light. "Under certain conditions (such as the coupling of hyper-frequency axial spin with hyper-frequency vibrations of electrically charged systems), the rules and special effects of quantum field behavior also apply to macroscopic physical entities" i.e. the macroscopic (visible) classical-physics world we are familiar with. For the details of how this amazing Magnetic Field Disrupter [antigravity generator] works, go to: patents.google.com/patent/US10144532B2/en
So that's how that TR3-B black triangle craft seen on television hovering over Belgium on March 30, 1990 was able to float motionless with no wings, no noise, no propeller, and no jets. It was an early model, 30 years old, of today's TR3-B antigravity spacecraft using MFD technology.

Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
Councillor of Earth