Daily Archives: September 23, 2012

Video
Bonnie Dunbar on the Museum of Flight

We’re joined by Dr. Bonnie Dunbar, former NASA astronaut and currently the Director of the Museum of Flight in Seattle. She talks about the value of cross-organization collaboration in the aerospace community as well as the role of the Museum…

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Audio
Igor Witkowski on the Nazi Bell

Aerospace Defense Journalist Igor Witkowski joins us to talk about the Nazi-Bell device — a previously unknown World War II secret weapon that Witkowski believes was used as a test-platform to for the development of Antigravity research during the war. Witkowski’s…

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Andrew Palfreyman on Inertial Propulsion

Andrew Palfreyman describes working on a bigger, faster Mach-Lorentz Thruster with the potential to produce up to 60-kilograms of inertial propulsion thrust. Palfreyman participated in publishing his earlier experimental success at the STAIF Conference and joins us to talk about…

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Article
Michael McDonnough on NanoFusion Energy

Three years ago, Betavoltaic Industries was poised for success as a next-generation energy startup working past the bleeding edge and getting startling results. With products in development for both stimulated beta-decay nuclear batteries and a radical new vision for LENR…

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Gary Voss on The Ranch Project

Gary Voss and Bill Alek discuss “The Ranch” – a project to create a sustainable community that would also serve as an incubator for new & emerging technologies. Voss describes his goal as primarily being the incubator aspect of bringing…

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Audio
Troy Hurtubise on Angel Light

Canadian Inventor Troy Hurtubise joins us to talk about the “Angel Light”, a device that he’s constructed based on a dream that he claims can generate a beam of energy that makes objects invisible. Hurtubise claims that the beam also…

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