The Philadelphia Experiment
According to rumor, in 1943, an experiment was conducted upon a small destroyer escort ship during World War II, both in the Philadelphia Naval Yard and at sea; the goal was to make that ship invisible to enemy detection. It was also claimed that the Philadelphia Experiment was partly an investigation into how Albert Einstein's "Unified Field Theory for Gravitation and Electricity" might be used to advantage in the development of electronic camouflage for ships at sea. Einstein allegedly published his Unified Theory around 1925-27 in German, in a Prussian scientific journal, but it was later withdrawn as incomplete. It is commonly believed that the mechanism involved was the generation of an incredibly intense magnetic field around the ship, which would cause refraction or bending of light or radar waves around the ship.
According to Naval employment records, it was found that Albert Einstein was hired as a Scientist for the Office of Navel Research (O.N.R.) on May 31, 1943, a post he maintained until June 30, 1944. Also, on July 24, 1943, Einstein met with Naval Officers in his Princeton study--just three months prior to the Philadelphia Experiment.
Whether or not the Philadelphia Experiment happened or not, it is still an interesting parallel to the magnetic fields that I think are so relevant.
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