The Biefeld Brown Effect

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The Biefeld Brown Effect. What is anti-gravity? An artificially created gravity field that can oppose the Earth’s own and provide propulsion. The oldest modern discovery of antigravity belongs to Dr. Alfred Biefeld, professor of physics and astronomy at Denison University. According to an old article in FATE magazine, in the early 1920s, Dr. Biefeld carried … Read moreThe Biefeld Brown Effect

The Nature of Gravity

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The Nature of Gravity –How One Factor Unifies Gravity’s Convergent, Divergent, Vortex, and Wave Effects Abstract: It is explained how one factor underlies the various manifestations of gravity. They include: (1) The primary cause of convergent gravity. (2) The secondary convergent effect. (3) The divergent gravity effect —known informally as antigravity and formally as Lambda, … Read moreThe Nature of Gravity

Non-rocket, non-reactive quantum engine: idea, technology, results, prospects

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Vladimir S. Leonov, Oleg D. Baklanov, Mikhail V. Sautin, Georgy V. Kostin Alexander A. Kubasov, Sergey E. Altunin, Oleg M. Kulakovsky. Published: // Aerospace Sphere Journal (ASJ) 2019, No1, pp. 68-75. Vladimir S. Leonov, PhD., Supervisor and chief designer of the GK “Quanton”, Moscow, Russia, v.s.leon@mail.ru. Oleg D. Baklanov, PhD., Advisor to RSC “Energia”, Moscow, … Read moreNon-rocket, non-reactive quantum engine: idea, technology, results, prospects

Tests on Superconductor Gravitational Effects

Radial permanent magnet installed near rotating HTSC disk

Tests on Superconductor Gravitational Effects by Alexander V. Frolov 1. Theoretical background. The high density fluctuations in Bose condensate is laboratory scale case to confirm theoretical conclusions about gravitational field cut-off frequency [1]. This experimental work was organized to examine if some resonance effects in 10-100 MHz range can be detected as mass (weight) anomalies. … Read moreTests on Superconductor Gravitational Effects

Antigravity Propulsion systems

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Antigravity propulsion systems. Antigravity and therefore the Ultimate Spacecraft Propulsion System Noel Huntley, Ph.D. Source: Global Net http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~noelh/Antigravity.htm There is wide confusion with the idea of antigravity and its connected subjects. If we have a tendency to imagine a magnet arrangement with one magnet settled stably higher than another, ‘like’ poles along, we’ve got repulsion … Read moreAntigravity Propulsion systems