Someone not familiar with the Philadelphia Experiment might think it has something to do with how the 76ers, Eagles, or Phillies are trying to improve their teams. Read on and you will see that is not the case.
During the middle of World War II, back in 1943, some believe that the United States Navy conducted an experiment to cause a ship to be invisible. Not just a little dingy, but a United States Navy destroyer escort. The USS Eldridge was the ship in question, and the event or events supposedly took place at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, thus the title of Philadelphia Experiment.
Such a capability as making a ship invisible obviously could provide enormous advantages in warfare. The question is: Did such an experiment really occur? Many believe the story is a fabrication, and, of course, The United States Navy insists that the rumors concerning the Eldridge are false.
Some believe the experiment was only done to make ships invisible to radar, but die-hard advocates of the experiment insist that it was much more than that. There have been numerous claims of crew members of the Eldridge becoming very ill, both mentally and physically.
We will undoubtedly never know the truth behind the Philadelphia Experiment. For all we know there are ships sailing around the oceans today that are invisible to the naked eye, but that is probably not the case, or is it? Of course, conspiracy theorists might think that is reality. What do you think?
Perhaps Nikola Tesla with his experiments in space and time could provide the answers to our questions concerning what occurred in Philadelphia in October of 1943.