The Absence of Sonic Booms Concerning Interstellar Craft as they Engage Earth's Atmosphere during Supersonic Movement

   The absence of sonic booms was recently used as a reason to debunk the first group of unidentified craft coined “flying saucer” in June 1947 in the state of Washington seen by a lone pilot in a single engine plane on the History Channel (Dec 2007). The point, no one on the ground heard the sonic boom of the several craft moving approximately 1700 mph backing the story of the pilot, so how was this possible?
   Mankind assumes all aircraft made on Earth moving above the speed of sound perform the same as interstellar craft. They would, if they were using principles of lift and flight developed on Earth. As we know, aircraft in general, depend a pressure differentials between the top and lower portion of the wing due the its shape forcing air to move over a larger cross sectional area than below. This imbalance creates a low pressure above the wing to that below it, if the total force differential between the upper and lower portions exceeds the mass of the plane, the plane exhibits lift. For aircraft that approaches the speed of sound in our atmosphere, pressure waves begin to build and then compresses into one wave in front of the air as velocity proceeds to exceed the velocity of sound in the Earth's atmosphere.
   Interstellar craft rely on managing the local gravitational field on a micro second to micro second status for real time maintenance of a static position above a cosmic mass. Primary concern of the craft is to evaluate the gravitational field and any source of anomalies from an outside mass in conjunction with neutralizing natural planetary forces related to the movement of atmosphere. The field is not maintained in a steady state, but morphs by reforming itself to adapt to a changing environment from time interval to time interval. While interstellar craft are on the move, by nullifying gravity through engagement of the repulsion force, which equalizes force on a mass due to gravitational subatomic particle flow. There is no need to alter the surface exterior of the craft to negotiate flight within  a planetary atmosphere. This allows a symmetry of air flow about the space craft instead of a build up of air molecules that creates pressure wave along the frontal edge of the craft as the speed of sound is exceeded.

   As the craft separates the atmosphere around the craft and there is an equal pressurized of air flow above and below. Thus minimizing any primary wave build up along the frontal edge of engagement of the craft within our atmosphere, compression is uniform as the air moves about the craft. This compression of stored potential energy causes the spring back of the atmosphere somewhat equally against the symmetrical shape of the craft creating little chance of a air pressure void, thus causing a rush in and its subsequent clap. As the craft slices through the atmosphere of most planets, including our own, it creates no sonic boom as the formation of pressure waves created by moving faster than the speed of sound are absent. Thus, what is needed to produced the sonic boom never occurs. No matter how fast the craft moves in our atmosphere.

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