About Us

American Antigravity was founded in 2002 by Tim Ventura to explore antigravity, warp-drives, and emerging science in Breakthrough Propulsion Physics. Over time it has grown into massive collection of research, interviews, and scientific knowledge relating to emerging space & energy science, and it serves as a community center for bleeding-edge research not covered by traditional media.

We serve the community by helping to connect scientists, innovators, and enthusiasts through a forum for them share their passion for emerging science, and we’re proud to contribute to the continued innovation in mankind’s quest for the stars. As we continue help innovators tell their story, we strive to engage public interest in supporting this valuable research that benefits us all.

Our Reviews

“What I like about Tim Ventura and American Antigravity is that he’s publicizing research that needs our attention. For years, ‘Antigravity’ has been equated with UFO’s, space-aliens, and far-out subject material. Actually, it’s a serious scientific endeavor and it should be given serious consideration.”

— Nick Cook, Janes Defense Review

“Tim has been an invaluable connector, putting me in touch with several of my most valued contacts. As a forward tech scout, he has always been on the top of my list to answer short notice queries regarding emerging technologies, and who within his vast network would have expertise.”

— Lt. Col. Peter Garretson, USAF

“Tim’s not only a techie, but he’s a science historian. He knows where we have come from and where we should be going. He speaks very well, he’s very fluent in making complex technical things understandable, but he’s also got this incredible open mind, and he’s the guy who single-handedly created the Lifter Revolution.”

— Richard Hoagland, Enterprise Mission

“Tim has always been someone I could count on to have an open mind. His dogged pursuit of edgy topics have always been a rich very source of unique information. I commend Tim’s strong character and resolve, as I know this has not come without a price.”

— Rich Ouelette, The Boeing Company

TV & Media Appearances

  • The Art Bell Radio Show, Live Interview, 3/19/02
  • Art Bell.com, Lifter Video Clips, 3/17/02, 3/19/02, 5/5/02
  • Earthday Seattle, Live Demonstration, 4/11/02
  • King 5 Television, “American Antigravity”, 5/03/02
  • Northwest Cable News, “American Antigravity”, 5/03/02
  • Wired Online, “Lifters, An Idea in the Clouds”, 5/11/02
  • Electrifying Times,”Lifter Technology “, 5/16/02
  • Electric Warrior, “AG Hackers Confound Science”, 5/16/02
  • Jeff Rense.com, “Antigravity Breakthough Video”, 6/01/02
  • Electric Warrior, “Antigravity Goes Mainstream”, 8/07/02
  • New Energy Tech., “Evolution of Lifter Tech”, Summer 2002
  • Janes Defense Weekly, “Airpower Electric”, 07/24/02
  • Infinite Energy Mag., “Evolution of Lifter Tech”, Fall 2002
  • New Energy Tech., “Commercial Antigravity”, Fall 2002
  • Nippon TV , “Tim Ventura Interview”, Fall 2002
  • Wired Magazine, “Antigravity Underground”, August 2003
  • DSC-CA, Future Factor, “Interview: T. Ventura”, Sept 2003
  • Fuji TV, Visions, “Interview: Tim Ventura”, Oct 2003
  • KAOS Radio, “Smith Interview: Tim Ventura”, March 2004
  • Discovery UK/USA, “Monaghan Interview: Ventura”, March ’04
  • Jeff Rense Radio, “Interview: Tim Ventura”, May 20, 2004
  • Coast To Coast AM, “Richard Hoagland”, Nov 9, 2004
  • Oxford TV/UK, “Nick Cook AAG Interview”, Nov 15, 2004
  • Beyond the Ordinary, “Tim Ventura Interview”, Dec 6, 2004
  • Coast To Coast AM, “Tim Ventura”, Dec 28, 2004
  • Dave Glover Radio, “Space Technology”, Feb 22, 2005
  • Beyond the Ordinary, “Tim Ventura Int. #2”, March 15, 2005
  • Discovery Intl., “Forbidden Science”, April 16, 2005
  • E-Fox: The Extraordinary, “American Antigravity”, May 14, 2005
  • New Energy Tech, “Evolution of Lifter Tech”, Summer 2005
  • The Space Show, “Tim Ventura Interview”, June 27, 2005
  • RSE Conf Event, (Guest Speaker), Aug 2006
  • Coast To Coast AM, “Bob Lazar Interview”, May, 2007
  • The Other Side Of Midnight, (Guest Host), Nov 2010

Dedications

Phil Ventura, thank you for the inspiration, the endless library of science fiction books, physics texts, and personal computers when I was a kid. Thanks for supporting my dreams & believing in me, and for generally being a great dad (and now granddad)!

Danielle Steuermann (1973 – 2018), thank you for your kindness & support, and for believing in my dream even on the days when I didn’t believe in it myself. I miss you, and its worth recognizing that this site and the material it contains is your legacy too.