Daily Archives: September 21, 2012

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NASA BPP Proposal

American Antigravity joined forces with leading alt-space activist groups to deliver a clear message about the need for community-based support for Breakthrough Propulsion Research to NASA administrator Michael Griffin. Our proposal is the result of an unprecedented joint-collaboration between American Antigravity,…

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Bruce Forrester’s Multi-Wave Oscillator Antenna

Bruce Forrester describes a multiple-wave oscillator golden-ratio antenna he’s developed based on the Fibonacci series for holistic mind/body healing applications. NOTE: This footage contains severe audio interference in the last 10 minutes.

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Ron Milione on the Philadelphia Experiment

Dr. Ron Milione discusses a replication of the Philadelphia Experiment that he hopes will validate the original goal of the Philadelphia Experiment as described by author William Moore, as well as a past experiment claim by Dr. James Corum. In 1994,…

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Eugene Podkletnov on Gravity Shielding

Dr. Eugene Podkletnov discusses gravity shielding effects in rotating superconductors and recent experiments with a gravity impulse generator. Podkletnov achieved notoriety when publishing on gravity shielding in 1996, when pipe smoke rising in a column above a rotating superconductor became the…

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Paul Pantone on the GEET Engine

Paul Pantone describes GEET Engine technology. Filmed in 2005.

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Eugene Podkletnov’s Gravity Impulse Generator

Dr. Eugene Podkletnov discusses an experimental gravity impulse generator claimed to produce beams of gravitational force capable of warping metals and punching holes through concrete walls. The gravity impulse generator utilizes high voltage electrical discharges from a Marx generator applied…

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Bill Alek’s Accutron Gravitational Anomaly Detector

Bill Alek demonstrates a gravitational anomaly detector built on the fine-tuned resonance of the Accutron watch. He’s tested it at 3 gravitational mystery spots to try and validate a change in frequency resulting in a mass differential in the gravitational…

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Mohammad Mansouryar on Faster-Than-Light Travel

As a student of nuclear physics in Tehran, Mohammad Mansouryar was more interested in faster-than-light travel than atomic energy, so he dropped out of school to write a comprehensive theory for faster-than-light travel based on traversable wormholes and relativistic mechanics. He released a…

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Bill Alek on the SmartMEG

Bill Alek describes the SmartMEG, a replication of Bearden’s MEG technology that he hopes will improve upon the original MEG design with an advanced microelectronic control system.

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John Dering on the Philadelphia Experiment

Laser-physicist John Dering discusses Einstein’s Unified Field Theory and its applications in the Philadelphia Experiment, Nazi-Bell, and Rhine Valley experiments during World War II. He speculates that the Philadelphia Experiment may have started out with the goal of naval radar stealth…

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