The aim of the experiment, allegedly carried out on March 28, 1943, was to make the U.S. Navy's own navy ships undetectable by enemy radars, II. It is the desire to make it superior in World War II. These experiments and their results have never been officially disclosed to the public. However, from various explanations and articles of the people involved in the experiments, the experiments and their results have been partially learned.
Here is the Philadelphia Experiment:
On March 28, 1943, it was alleged in America that Einstein conducted a "beam" experiment based on the unified field theory. In the incident known as ' Philadelphia experiment ' and carried out in military secrecy , the military ship named “ USS Eldridge ” with 104 crew gradually “disappeared” in Philadelphia Naval Base, according to the claims of the witnesses, and shortly after 640 km. appeared at the Norfolk Naval Base.
Serious media research on the experiment began in 1980 after a film describing the experiment was allowed. Previously, according to the public, the incident was just an absurd rumor. The book , written by Charles Berlitz and William Moore , was considered a fantasy.
However, doubts about the experiment still persist. Even if the reason is a meaningless rumor, the series of events you will read below is surprising, thought-provoking and realistic.