Date of announcement: February 2016
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News source: https://us.yahoo.com/news/weve-finally-found-gravitational-waves-221739243.html
For decades, those who had contact with aliens, or contact with UFOs and how they work said that that the disks ride gravitational waves like a sailboat on water. That the disk three propulsion units allows it to ride these waves, and since the waves travel at or faster than the speed of light, time travel is possible. Just a few weeks ago, scientists also announced some new elements discovery. Element 115, if cut into a coin-size piece, can power a UFO for over 20 years non stop, is now recognized by scientists to exist.
It seems its possible to build a light speed capable ship.
Scott C. Waring
Physicists working with a powerful observatory on Earth announced Thursday that they have finally detected ripples in space and time created by two colliding black holes, confirming a prediction made by Albert Einstein 100 years ago. These ripples in the fabric of space-time, called gravitational waves, were created by the merger of two massive black holes 1.3 billion years ago. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) on Earth detected them on Sept. 14, 2015, and scientists evaluated their findings and put them through the peer review process before publicly disclosing the landmark discovery today.
While this finding potentially opens a up a new way to learn more about how the universe works, there's one question in particular non-scientists seem to want answered: Can we finally travel through time now? First of all, it's not a bad question. Think about space-time as a fabric that stretches through the universe and is affected by matter like stars, black holes, planets and other cosmic objects. Massive bodies warp space-time around them, creating what we feel as gravity on Earth. It would follow that learning more about it could lead to some kind of understanding of how to manipulate space-time to somehow travel through time. (More at source).