U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change “fabric of reality”

Inventions with revolutionary potential made by a mysterious aerospace engineer for the U.S. Navy come to light.

U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change "fabric of reality"
U.S. Navy ships.  Credit: Getty Images

  • U.S. Navy holds patents for enigmatic inventions by aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore País.
  • País came up with technology that can “engineer” reality, devising an ultrafast craft, a fusion reactor, and more.
  • While mostly theoretical at this point, the inventions could transform energy, space, and military sectors.

The U.S. Navy controls patents for some futuristic and outlandish technologies, some of which, dubbed “the UFO patents,” came to life recently. Of particular note are inventions by the somewhat mysterious Dr. Salvatore Cezar País, whose tech claims to be able to “engineer reality.” His slate of highly-ambitious, borderline sci-fi designs meant for use by the U.S. government range from gravitational wave generators and compact fusion reactors to next-gen hybrid aerospace-underwater crafts with revolutionary propulsion systems, and beyond.  [Editor’s Note: The Philadelphia Experiment, anyone…?]

Of course, the existence of patents does not mean these technologies have actually been created, but there is evidence that some demonstrations of operability have been successfully carried out. As investigated and reported by The War Zone, a possible reason why some of the patents may have been taken on by the Navy is that the Chinese military may also be developing similar advanced gadgets.

Among Dr. País’s patents are designs, approved in 2018, for an aerospace-underwater craft of incredible speed and maneuverability. This cone-shaped vehicle can potentially fly just as well anywhere it may be, whether air, water or space, without leaving any heat signatures. It can achieve this by creating a quantum vacuum around itself with a very dense polarized energy field. This vacuum would allow it to repel any molecule the craft comes in contact with, no matter the medium. Manipulating “quantum field fluctuations in the local vacuum energy state,” would help reduce the craft’s inertia. The polarized vacuum would dramatically decrease any elemental resistance and lead to “extreme speeds,” claims the paper.

Not only that, if the vacuum-creating technology can be engineered, we’d also be able to “engineer the fabric of our reality at the most fundamental level,” states the patent. This would lead to major advancements in aerospace propulsion and generating power. Not to mention other reality-changing outcomes that come to mind.

Among Dr. País’s other patents are inventions that stem from similar thinking, outlining pieces of technology necessary to make his creations come to fruition. His paper presented in 2019, titled “Room Temperature Superconducting System for Use on a Hybrid Aerospace Undersea Craft,” proposes a system that can achieve superconductivity at room temperatures. This would become “a highly disruptive technology, capable of a total paradigm change in Science and Technology,” conveys País.

Another invention devised by País is an electromagnetic field generator that could generate “an impenetrable defensive shield to sea and land as well as space-based military and civilian assets.” This shield could protect from threats like anti-ship ballistic missiles, cruise missiles that evade radar, coronal mass ejections, military satellites, and even asteroids.

Dr. País’s ideas center around the phenomenon he dubbed “The País Effect”. He referred to it in his writings as the “controlled motion of electrically charged matter (from solid to plasma) via accelerated spin and/or accelerated vibration under rapid (yet smooth) acceleration-deceleration-acceleration transients.” In less jargon-heavy terms, País claims to have figured out how to spin electromagnetic fields in order to contain a fusion reaction – an accomplishment that would lead to a tremendous change in power consumption and an abundance of energy.

According to his bio in a recently published paper on a new Plasma Compression Fusion Device, which could transform energy production, Dr. País is a mechanical and aerospace engineer working at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD), which is headquartered in Patuxent River, Maryland. Holding a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, País was a NASA Research Fellow and worked with Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. His current Department of Defense work involves his “advanced knowledge of theory, analysis, and modern experimental and computational methods in aerodynamics, along with an understanding of air-vehicle and missile design, especially in the domain of hypersonic power plant and vehicle design.” He also has expert knowledge of electro-optics, emerging quantum technologies (laser power generation in particular), high-energy electromagnetic field generation, and the “breakthrough field of room temperature superconductivity, as related to advanced field propulsion.”

Suffice it to say, with such a list of research credentials that would make Nikola Tesla proud, Dr. País seems well-positioned to carry out groundbreaking work.

The patents won’t necessarily lead to these technologies ever seeing the light of day. The research has its share of detractors and nonbelievers among other scientists, who think the amount of energy required for the fields described by País and his ideas on electromagnetic propulsions are well beyond the scope of current tech and are nearly impossible. Yet investigators at The War Zone found comments from Navy officials that indicate the inventions are being looked at seriously enough, and some tests are taking place.

If you’d like to read through País’s patents yourself, check them out here.

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