We’re about to revolutionise transport.
After much speculation The N’Elkan Institute, headed by Theodore Malvol, can confirm we are working on a system called Aegis, which encompasses a number of technologies, including anti-gravity transportation.
Aegis works in a way which is quite different from previous attempts at anti-gravity transport, including projects like Greenglow. The subatomic particles of any object are made to move in a coherent manner. “It’s the same phenomenon as lasers,” said Dr Melaina Halfacre, Executive Vice President at The N’Elkan Institute. “A laser sends photons in a coordinated stream. The Aegis does the same with any kind of subatomic particle. It’s a novel concept and we have it working.”
We have no doubt that the scientific community at large will meet these claims will scepticism and derision. We look forward to proving them wrong, very soon.
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