G14. Destructive and military capabilities of the Magnocraft
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© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G14. Destructive and military capabilities of the Magnocraft

It must be emphasized that building a Magnocraft will promote peace. After all, this vehicle provides facilities for interstellar expansion of humanity, it allows utilization of unlimited cosmic resources, facilitates contacts with other cosmic civilisations, and makes people really free inhabitants of the universe, who are not going to put up with regimes and with political systems that they are not accepting voluntarily. Unfortunately, apart from these constructive capabilities, as everything in this world, Magnocraft has also a potential for causing destruction. For example, it can have accidents, or can fall in hands of various irresponsible individuals. Also, in our highly militarized world, it is almost impossible to create a new kind of vehicle which potentially would not be used for military purposes. Past experiences teach us, that the destructive part of human nature tries to utilise for harmful purposes practically everything that is available, thus probably also this vehicle. Thus, to complete the picture of this vehicle, its basic military capabilities must also be highlighted here. This subsection provides a review of destructive and military potentials of this vehicle. However, I hope, that this potential and capabilities are never utilised practically, and that the Magnocraft always remains exclusively for what myself (i.e. its creator) invented it for, namely a messenger of peace, and a tool of helping others. However, our voluntary, intentional unuse of destructive abilities of the Magnocraft does not mean that the full potentials of this vehicle should remain unknown to us. This is because today's predictions of the Theory of the Magnocraft may in the not-too-distant future become a surprising reality for those citizens of our planet whose taxes maintain scholars preoccupied with condemning subjects which in their opinion are unbecoming to scientists, to still have time for observing what is happening around them.
The most dangerous destructive potential of the Magnocraft lies in the use of this vehicle as a flying bomb. The exploding of this bomb would cause a rapid release of the huge amount of magnetic energy accumulated in its propulsors. The detonation caused in this way in its effects and range could only be compared to the famous Tunguska (Central Siberia) blast, which on 30 June 1908 devastated over a thousand square kilometres of taiga in the Tunguska region of Central Siberia – for details see descriptions in subsection O5.2 /?/ of this monograph and in separate monograph [5/3]. As was also the case with this Tunguska catastrophe, the exploding of a Magnocraft would not pollute the environment radioactively. Therefore the affected area would immediately be available for occupation and colonization. However, the complete devastation would annihilate everything contained in the radius of destruction. So if such an explosion took place above a densely populated city, no even a single citizen would survive, no even a single building would be left intact, and also no cultural treasure would be saved. Special worries induces the fact, that Magnocraft is relatively easy for exploding. For example, it is prone for accidents – e.g. it can collide in midair during a flight, it can be easily crushed by some suicidal pilot, also it can be detonated by a terrorist organisation or country. For these reasons, in the initial period of use of this vehicle, before our civilisation develops reliable systems for control and guiding this vehicle and for selection and monitoring responsible crew members, I would recommend to use Magnocraft exclusively beyond the range of Earth’s atmosphere. In turn every Magnocraft that would attempt to break through this security zone, should be automatically shot down by our computer-controlled defence systems, before the power of its explosion could endanger our civilisation centres.
The second dangerous destructive potential of Magnocraft results from the ability to cook organic matter. There is a mode of Magnocraft’s operation, in which this vehicle is transformed into a kind of huge flying microwave oven, capable to cook almost immediately all living organisms found in the range of its destructive field. Although I decided to intentionally skip through detailed discussion of this dangerous mode of operation, the consequences of it still can be imagined quite easily on the basis of descriptions from subsection G14.2. While warning about this mode, we also need to highlight here, that every attempt of converting this vehicle of peace into a deadly weapon, would run against moral laws. Thus, such attempt would represent a most serious crime. Also such an attempt would be completely senseless, as – according to subsection G14.2, this vehicle could be utilised much better as a weapon of selective destruction that immobilises enemy completely but leaves entire population alive. Thus, I believe that after serial production of Magnocraft begins, their control-computers will be supplied into special safety programs that will make impossible the switching on of this deadly mode of operation.
The third destructive potential of Magnocraft lies in utilising it militarily for purposes of self-defence. There are two different such self-defence applications of it, which offer good military effectiveness, but simultaneously prevent uncontrolled destruction – thus which are morally acceptable in case of self-defence. These applications include: (1) the use of Magnocraft as a transportation facility carrying weapons and military forces needed for locating, searching, attacking, and incapacitating the command centres and government locations of the opposite side (e.g. through arresting commanding officers of the opposite side), and (2) the use of it as a very selectively acting weapon of controlled destruction. This subsection reviews the capabilities of the Magnocraft in both of these applications. From this review it is clear, that the only thing that can oppose a Magnocraft, is another Magnocraft.
In supplement the above it is worth to notice that according to what is explained in chapters V, VB, U and P of this monograph, the planet Earth is currently under an occupation of evil forces, which have already vehicles with the capabilities of Magnocraft, and which have also many other advanced devices, the military potential of which probably exceeds significantly everything that Magnocraft can offer. Thus, the physical outcome of a possible our confrontation with this evil power is very predictable, no matter when it would begin, and how optimistically our leaders would judge our chances. After all, it would be sufficient that just one computer-controlled vehicle of such an evil civilisation get through our lines of defence, to leave from the entire humanity only piles of well-cooked meat. It does not need to be mentioned, that the civilisations which occupy us may also have a technology to remotely accomplish such a cooking effect at great distances. Thus whatever people decide to do in order to free our civilisation from this evil power, they need to consider the physical supremacy of our occupant. So the path to our independence leads through moral victory rather than military win – as this is explained in subsection W6.2 /?/. This in turn requires from us the adoption of totalizm for official philosophy of humanity which will lift people morally above the level of this cosmic occupant, and also requires undertaking systematic efforts to catch and overtake our occupants with the achievements of our science and technology.

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