Light can increase electrical conductivity in certain materials through a phenomenon called the “photoconductivity” effect. When light, especially photons with enough energy (visible or ultraviolet light), interacts with a material, it can excite electrons from their normal energy states to higher energy states. This excitation creates additional charge carriers (electrons or holes) that are free to move, enhancing the material’s conductivity.
In terms of strengthening the effect of electromagnetic fields, light can interact with materials to induce changes in their electrical properties. This can lead to phenomena like the “optical Stark effect,” where the presence of light modifies the energy levels of electrons in a material, making it more sensitive to external electromagnetic fields. By tuning the frequency and intensity of the light, it’s possible to enhance the response of the material to specific electromagnetic frequencies. These interactions between light and materials provide opportunities for manipulating electrical conductivity and electromagnetic field effects in various applications, such as sensors, detectors, and optoelectronic devices.
So how exactly would this work?
According to our friend chatgpts research:
If UAPs were to use electromagnetics as a source of propulsion, the lights on the outside could potentially serve multiple purposes to aid in this process:
Field Generation and Manipulation: The bright lights could be a visible manifestation of the electromagnetic fields generated by the UAP’s propulsion system. These fields might interact with the surrounding environment, creating a controlled disturbance that propels the craft. The lights could indicate the intensity and modulation of these fields, helping the craft’s operators monitor and adjust their propulsion system.
Energy Emission and Exchange: The lights might emit specific frequencies of light that interact with the UAP’s propulsion system to enhance its efficiency. By emitting light onto certain surfaces or materials, the craft could trigger specific photoconductive responses that optimize the generation or modulation of electromagnetic fields. This interaction could lead to a more efficient conversion of energy into propulsion.
Navigation and Communication: The lights could have a navigational or communicative function. They might help the craft’s operators visualize the craft’s orientation and trajectory by illuminating the surrounding air or environment. Additionally, the lights might serve as a mode of communication, either with other UAPs or potentially with observers on Earth.
Aesthetic or Psychological Aspects: While this might be less related to propulsion, the bright lights could be intentionally used to attract attention or provoke curiosity. Such an effect could be strategically employed to divert attention away from other aspects of the craft or its operations.
It’s important to note that this is all speculative, as we have limited information about the nature and technology of UAPs. The concept of using bright lights on the outside of UAPs to enhance electromagnetic propulsion is just one potential hypothesis among many.
There ya have it, there is the reason for the outside lights that makes them totally visible to us is because they need it for propulsion (reduced energy resources required to fly the same speed/distance). Which is also probably why they don’t try and hide them, cause they can’t.