UAP Theory – Gravitational Lensing & UAP Physics

February 26, 2021| Antigravity, UFOs|2 Minutes|By AAG

UAP video from the 2013 Homeland Security sighting in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico shows a gravitational lensing effect, which offers insights into UAP propulsion and explains distortions in the visible shape & size of UAPs in reported sightings.

In this interview, we’re joined by Thor, the creator of, which has been rapidly gaining popularity by providing a detailed analysis of UAP footage along with a theory that explains how a UAP might fly by traveling along a geodesic of warped space.

His model offers insights into UAP propulsion, high-G accelerations, and inertia, by explaining that UAPs can maneuver at sharp angles at high speeds because they move on geodesics and are in zero G.

Thor indicates that the same “warp bubble” that enables the remarkable UAP performance characteristics that have been reported is also likely to create distortions to UAP appearance – especially during maneuvers, when the gravitational envelope is manipulated to change direction. Modulations in this gravitational envelope may allow the UAP to become completely invisible by redirecting light around the craft, thus obscuring its appearance.

In addition to redirecting light around the craft, the warp-bubble may be capable of redirecting the path of matter such as air, water, and high-energy particles as well. This would protect the UAP in space from radiation & micro-meteorites and prevent drag & heating in the atmosphere. The same technology may also enable the UAP to seamlessly transition from air to water at high speed, as seen in several UAP videos.

Thor has a B.Sc. in astrophysics & an M.Sc. in geophysics, and is becoming a online authority on the UAP phenomenon as a result of his detailed event analysis & predictions, which are firmly based on conventional & established models of physics. His website is affiliated with the SCU – the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies, which seeks to provide science-based insights into this phenomenon.