US Reveals Navy Laser That Creates Plasma ‘UFOs’ To Fool Enemies

The US Navy has reportedly patented new technology that will enable it to create plasma ‘UFOs’ to fool enemies into seeing phantom targets. As Forbes reports:

The U.S. Navy has patented technology to create mid-air images to fool infrared and other sensors. This builds on many years of laser-plasma research and offers a game-changing method of protecting aircraft from heat-seeking missiles. It may also provide a clue about the source of some recent UFO sightings by military aircraft…

The Navy declined to discuss the project, but the work is described in a 2018 patent: “wherein a laser source is mounted on the back of the air vehicle, and wherein the laser source is configured to create a laser-induced plasma, and wherein the laser-induced plasma acts as a decoy for an incoming threat to the air vehicle.”

The patent goes on to explain that the laser creates a series of mid-air plasma columns, which form a 2D or 3D image by a process of raster scanning, similar to the way old-style cathode ray TVs sets display a picture.

A single decoy halves the chances of an incoming missile picking the right target, but there is no reason to stop at one : “There can be multiple laser systems mounted on the back of the air vehicle with each laser system generating a ‘ghost image’ such that there would appear to be multiple air vehicles present.

Recently the Navy also declassified videos of close encounters pilots had with a series of mysterious UFO’s, it’s anyones guess as to whether or not the videos can be explained by the revelation of the Navy’s new plasma technology.


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