Category: Antigravity

Antigravity Propulsion systems

Antigravity propulsion systems. Antigravity and therefore the Ultimate Spacecraft Propulsion System Noel Huntley, Ph.D. Source: Global Net 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

Gravitational Force Shielding

Possibility of Gravitational Force Shielding by E. Podkletnov and R. NieminenTampere University of TechnologyInstitute of Materials ScienceP.O. Box 589, SF-33101Tampere, Finland Received 9 September 1992Revised manuscript received 13 October 1992 A possibility of gravitational force shielding by bulk YBa2Cu3O7-x superconductor Shielding properties of single-phase dense bulk superconducting ceramics of YBa2Cu3O7-x against the gravitational force were

Inventions of Henry William Wallace

Gravitomagnetic Field / ‘Gravity-Shielding’ Experiments The Wallace Inventions, Spin Aligned Nuclei, the Gravitomagnetic Field, and the Tampere ‘Gravity-Shielding’ Experiment: Is There a Connection? September 1998 Source: Robert StirnimanP.O. Box 71407Las Vegas NV 89179E-mail: Abstract Wallace’s patents of the early 1970’s claim that a rotating object which contains unpaired nuclear spins can modify gravity. An

Antigravity Research

The Gravitics Situation InteraviaVolume XI – No. 5, 1956pages 373-374December 1956 Gravity Rand Ltd. 66 Sloane Street London S.W. 1 Theme of the science for 1956-1970: SERENDIPITY Einstein’s view:- “It may not be an unattainable hope that some day a clearer knowledge of the processes of gravitation may be reached; and the extreme generality and

Propulsion Systems

Gravitation, Repulsion and Doppler Distortion Systemsby Joshua GulickJune 25, 1999 Introduction All matter, from the simplest form to the most complex is composed vibrating surfaces or strings. Matter naturally vibrates in unison and/or harmony with all other matter. This matter vibration creates waves through the ether (the dynamic intersection of three dimensional space and the

Gravitational Systems

Gravitational Attractive and Repulsive SystemsBy Joshua GulickJune 25, 1999 Introduction Before discussing gravity or antigravity, it is necessary to have a workable definition of both. All matter, from the simplest form to the most complex is vibrating surfaces, or strings as some like to believe (though nobody has ever told me how vibrating strings can

Electrostatic Energy Used for Propulsion

Etherial Electrograviticsby Bill Hamilton 1. MODERN ETHER DRIFT EXPERIMENT: A. Brillet and J.L. Hall conducted a modern ether drift experiment in 1979. Brillet and Hall put a laser on a rotating platform and split the beam. One part of the beam went into a Fabry-Perot interferometer, the other was directed via mirrors off the platform