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  • The Philadelphia Experiment a.k.a Project Rainbow (pics included)

    Source: http://www.softwareartist.com/philexp.html

    To give you a brief on what this is about before you read on, it is about the legend or "true story" of a ship that could be turned invisible. Very interesting and...err...strange.

    Project Rainbow was allegedly an experiment conducted upon a small destroyer escort ship during World War II, both in the Philadelphia Naval yard and at sea; the goal was to make that ship invisible to enemy detection. It is commonly believed that the mechanism involved was the generation of an incredibly intense magnetic field around the ship, which would cause refraction or bendin or light or radar waves around the ship, much like a mirage created by heatedair over a road on a summer day. The legend goes on to say that the experiment was a complete success...except that the ship actually disappeared physicall, for a time, and then returned. They wanted to "cloak" the ship from view, but they got de-materialization and teleportation instead..


    Note: detailed information on the Philadelphia Experiment is on the website stated at the top. These are just some extracts from the site.

    At 0900 hours , on July 22nd, 1943, so the story goes, the power to the generators was turned on, and the massive electromagnetic fields started to build up. A greenish fog was seen to slowly envelop the ship, concealing it from view. Then the fog itself is said to have disappeared, taking the Eldridge with it, leaving only undisturbed water where the ship had been anchored only moments before. Fiffteen minutes later, they ordered the men to shut down the generators. The greenish fog slowly reappeared, and the Eldridge began to de-materialize as the fog subsided, but it was evident to all that something had gone wrong.

    The crew above deck were found to be disorientated and nausious. The Navy decided that they only radar invisibility and the equipment was altered.

    28th October, 1943, at 7:15, the final test on the Eldridge was performed. The electromagnetic field generators where turned on again and the Eldridge became near invisible; only a faint outline of the hull remained visible in water. Everything was fine for the first few seconds, and then, in a blinding blue flash, the ship completely vanished. Within seconds it reappeared miles away, in Norfolk, Virginia, and was seen for several minutes. The Eldridge then disappeared from Norfolk just as mysteriously as it had arrived, and reappeared back in Philadelphia Naval Yard.

    This time most of the sailors were violently sick. Some of the crew were simply "missing" never to return. Some went crazy, but, strangest of all, five men were FUSED to the metal in the ships structure!

    Note: For those of you who dont understand, when the ship disappeared the atoms all seperated. When it reappeared the mens atoms got mixed with the ships. Their bodies were half on the upper deck and half on the lower.

    The men that survived were never the same again. Those that lived were discharged as "mentally unfit", regardless of their true condition.


    Thanks for reading heres a pic of the ship disappearing....

    http://us.f2.yahoofs.com/users/4182b...dargBB3147YoSK

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  • #2
    doesnt seem real
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    • #3
      ne 1 got instructions on how to make one of these fields?

      and the pic dont work
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      • #4
        should do :S

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        • #5
          It's not fake, that's for sure. The experiment actually took place.

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          • #6
            This story is true. I bet the goverment has done more experiments like this since the philadelphia or rainbow projects.
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            • #7
              Wtf!

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              • #8
                Interesting but why would you try such an experiment with a crew on board. The ship was supposedly anchored so there was no need for anyone to be one board. Especially after the first attempt.
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                • #9
                  i cant see the pic

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                  • #10
                    never mind i see them

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                    • #11
                      the pic dont mean shit but u have a hilarious avatar Da Ghetto
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                      • #12
                        This is a bullshit story that servers one purpose: to discredit other conspiracies. Most likely conjured up goverment agencies.

                        For example, Joe does a google search on conspiracies and finds a bunch including, lets say "JFK assination" and the "Philly experiment".

                        Joe reads up on both subject and finds that the "JFK assisnation" is more credible and believable than the "philly experiment". Since the later is so unrealistic and far fetched, majority of people wont
                        believe it. When this happens, Joe will most likely group both theories together and since one is so unfathomable then by association they both become unsound and untrue.


                        something like that....
                        Last edited by FunkyFreshKilla; 11-01-2004, 09:38 AM.
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                        • #13
                          um no offense funky fresh but that was a load of bollocks what u just said. There are witnesses of the philadelphia experiment. It is possible to make the ship invisible. If the mage nets wer strong enough they could bend the light around it so that appears to not be there. Theres a film called the philadelphia experiment and theres lots of books on the real events...maybe you should read up on it for a bit before you come to conclusions.

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                          • #14
                            [QUOTE=~Da-GhEtTo-]It is possible to make the ship invisible. QUOTE]


                            CONCLUSIONS
                            The Philadelphia Experiment legend was based on a totally unbelievable and unsubstantiated story (Allen), a truly strange and perhaps suspicious interest by the ONR (Varo edition), a personal tragedy (Jessup's suicide) and a marketing trick (identifying the ship). Speaking in law terms, there is not one positive evidence or any solid proof to render credibility to Allen's story and its presentation in the book that is considered to be the best on the subject (Moore & Berlitz). There is only one circumstantial evidence, ONR's interest. And all that after 45 years of research and theories.

                            Based on simple logic one has to assume that the story of the Philadelphia Experiment as it is known is not true. It is probably the result of Allen misunderstanding things he saw or heard about in combination with a vivid and creative imagination. Additionally the reproduction of the story in all these years by researchers sometimes of good intentions and other times motivated by money and fame, has amplified what should really be nothing more than a good movie script.

                            The only case to prove that the experiment really took place is for the Navy and the government of the US to admit so. But then that would also mean that everything said and supported till today are lies.

                            On the other hand there will always be those who even without a single proof but only on circumstantial evidence, will continue to believe that on 1943, in the Philadelphia Naval Base, a mysterious experiment took place, an experiment whose results question our everyday picture of the world.


                            source: here

                            how could anybody believe this shit.
                            Last edited by FunkyFreshKilla; 11-01-2004, 10:31 AM.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by FunkyFreshKilla
                              how could anybody believe this shit.

                              I'll tell you how...because there were actuall witnesses there that saw this happen. Its all caught on camera too...so yes I believe this "shit".


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