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Update: 13.01.2023

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Img.121 (from Day 26 (#D5)

Img.121 (#D5): Here is the exact appearance of the K3 type of Earth's magnetic propulsion ship called the Magnocraft. However, a formal scientific proof was developed which showed that such an earthly "magnocraft type K3", must obey a set of specific laws of physics and mathematical dependencies which result from these laws, and thus in spite of the fact that it was invented on Earth, it still must have the exact appearance and shape of a "UFO vehicle type K3". Therefore, the above drawing also reveals how exactly looks like a UFO type K3, whose simulated explosion on December 26, 2004, caused the tragic tsunami described here. For comparing the shape of the above Magnocraft with the shape of UFO type K3, compare the above drawing with the photograph of the UFO from Img.120 (#D4) (remembering, however, that in the above drawing the Magnocraft's shell is transparent, while in this photograph the same UFO shell reflects light like a mirror). A UFO of the K3 type has the shape of an upside-down saucer. In its center, as well as around its periphery, are contained spherical propulsors charged to the brim with magnetic energy. In the figure above, these propulsors are visualized as spheres, with cubic so-called "oscillation chambers" contained in their center. In total, a UFO of the K3 type has 9 such spherical propulsors. Of these 9 propulsors, one "main propulsor" mounted in the center of the vehicle is 8 times larger than the other 8 "side propulsors" mounted around the periphery of this spacecraft.

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