Salvatore Cesar Pais is the author of such stunning futuristic projects that they are called “UFO patents”, among them a hybrid submarine, a generator of high-frequency gravitational waves and fusion!
American engineer Salvatore Cesar Pais received several patents while working for the US Navy. The projects are so ambitious that their author is often compared to the innovator Nikola Tesla. Pais designed a futuristic hybrid vehicle with a radical propulsion system that will work equally well in air, underwater and in space, as well as a compact thermonuclear reactor, a gravitational wave generator and even a space-time modification tool.
Pais’s ideas: movement in space-time and infinite energy
Although the technology required to create the devices described in the patent documentation is beyond the scope, nevertheless, research in many of these areas has been conducted for years. This, incidentally, explains why the Navy showed interest in Pais’s work. “Another important point is the possibility that the Chinese government is interested in developing similar technologies,” the media outlet wrote.
Particular attention is drawn to the patent for a cone-shaped ship with an unprecedented range and speed. This machine can easily move in the air and deep underwater, and even go into space, creating a quantum vacuum in the energy field. With the help of a quantum vacuum formed around its body, the machine will repel any molecules it encounters, regardless of the environment.
According to the plan, the ship should also leave no thermal traces, which would make it almost invisible.
“Controlling the quantum fluctuations of the field in vacuum” counteracts inertia and resistance, which leads to “extreme speeds.”
Reducing the inertial and gravitational mass of the aircraft makes it indispensable for space travel.
Thermonuclear fusion generator
Another futuristic patent is issued for a plasma fusion device. It will be relatively small, less than 2 m in length, and will undergo fusion reactions that generate power ranging from 1 gigawatt (1 billion watts) to terawatts (1 trillion watts). For comparison: a coal-fired power plant or a nuclear reactor produces energy in the range of 1 to 2 gigawatts.
“Records of researchers working to test Pais’s ideas indicate that a possible result of using a plasma synthesis device and the high energy levels it can generate is a ‘time-space modification tool,’” the media said.
Electromagnetic field generator
Among Pais’s other inventions is a patent for an electromagnetic field generator. It could create an impenetrable shield at sea and on land, and could protect space military and civilian objects from ballistic and cruise missiles that evade radar and other means of protection. The shield can serve as a barrier against dangers from space.
High frequency gravitational wave generator
Another device is a high-frequency gravitational wave generator, which will cross the generated electromagnetic fields and create gravitational waves. They could be used to move spacecraft to distant corners of the galaxy.
The inventor believes that all projects can be implemented if you achieve “generation of extremely high energy flows.”
“Electromagnetic energy fields would be so powerful that they could project the fabric of our reality at the most fundamental level,” Pais wrote.
From a practical point of view, this would lead to a real revolution in engines, quantum communications and could create a source of cheap energy.
Criticism and testing of Pais projects
Pais’s ideas were criticized by fellow scientists. For example, nuclear engineer Carl Willis of the University of New Mexico called his work a “classic case of pathological science,” in which there are many “nonsensical claims” but little evidence that his ideas, which contradict the laws of physics, can be implemented.
Physicist Stephen Webb of the University of Portsmouth in England was surprised that Pais was granted patents. He called the engineer’s ideas “a wonderful wish list that doesn’t make sense in terms of physics.”
Dr. Charles Collett of Müllenberg College acknowledged that in practice there were “serious engineering problems” in the design of the devices described by Pais.
Despite the criticism, the US Navy took the scientist’s work quite seriously, conducted experiments for 3 years and even recognized some of them as “workable”. In patent documents, the efficiency of inventions is certified by two representatives of the Navy.
“There is evidence that the high-energy electromagnetic field generator was tested from 2016 to 2019, and $ 508 thousand was spent on these tests. The team working on the project consisted of at least 10 technicians and engineers and worked about 1.6 thousand But at the end of the tests, the Pais effect” could not be proven,” the news media writes
Nothing is known about the future of the device. Documents obtained by WarZone Drive state that “inventions may be transferred to another Navy or Air Force research unit, or possibly to NASA or DARPA.”
Who is Engineer Pais?
As interestingengineering.com found out, Salvatore Cesar Pais is a mechanical engineer and aerospace systems engineer. At least in 2019, he participated in the Naval Strategic Systems Program (SSP) at the Department of Defense in Washington, DC.
It is worth noting that SSP is “a leading national provider of cost-effective, secure and reliable strategic maritime-based systems and related technologies.” The scientist participated in the development of modern submarines and weapons.
Pais holds a Ph.D. from Casey University in the Western Reserve, was a researcher at NASA, worked at NAWCAD, and was a chief engineer at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, one of the leading companies in aerospace and defense technology.