Is teleportation possible? Since we were young, we liked cartoons and SF films where people were teleporting themselves from one place to another in a very short time. This fascinated us when we were young and often we even wanted to be able to teleport ourselves from one place to another, for example, from home to school. It seemed simple to us at that time, but in reality, it is not quite so.
During the Second World War, the enemy camps wanted to win the battle at any cost, they had the initiative to create as many weapons as possible to guarantee their victory. One of the most well-known was the Manhattan project, the use of atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki had a disastrous impact on these two cities, leaving behind many victims.
About The Philadelphia Experiment
One of the most bizarre experiments was the Rainbow project, or, as the world knows, the Philadelphia Experiment. For seven decades, scientists and researchers have tried to find a good explanation for what happened in 1943. This year, it is said that The U.S. Navy Destroyer Escort USS Eldrige was enveloped by a green-green fog after the start of the powerful power generators, this ship becoming invisible for 5 minutes. The disappearance of the ship from people’s eyes and from the army’s radars was, supposedly, the first sign of a great horribility. At the come-back of this ship, everything was different. Researchers say that the crew was totally or partially carbonized on the ship, some crew members disappeared, some went crazy without being able to control themselves, and others were caught in the metallic structure of the ship.
If that was not enough, the researchers also tell us that the USS Eldrige appeared in the blue at Norfolk Harbor. Everything seemed extremely strange because the ship was 600 km away when it disappeared, if that was not bizarre, then the fact that it disappeared in a few minutes from the eyes of the people at the Norfolk port definitely is. Army members immediately stopped this project and everything was kept silent for a long time, they did not want others to know about this experiment.
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