Author Archives: Ventura Tim

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Greg Henderson on the Hendo Hoverboard

We’re joined by Greg Henderson, the co-founder of Arx Pax – the company developing the Hendo Hoverboard. What his firm has achieved is a true breakthrough in advanced propulsion – because not only have they created a stable, self-propelled, levitation…

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John Brandenburg on Poynting Vector Antigravity

Dr. John Brandenburg joins us to discuss how the “Murad-Brandenburg Poynting Field Conservation Equation” may offer insights into recent antigravity experiments involving rotating magnetic fields. In particular, he describes how his work serves as a theoretical basis for antigravity experiments…

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Paul Murad’s Searl Effect Generator

Paul Murad joins us to discuss a variant of the Searl Effect Generator that generates a 7% decrease in weight in steady-state rotation with as much as a 20% decrease in weight during transient testing. The design is based on…

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Ed McCullough on Lunar Colonization

Space and nuclear engineer Ed McCollough joins us to discuss lunar & space colonization. Ed is an Associate Fellow at the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the former Chairman of the AIAA Space Colonization Technical Committee and Board…

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Eugene Podkletnov on Antigravity

We’re joined by Dr. Eugene Podkletnov to discuss recent (2004 to 2013) experimental antigravity research in gravity modification and superconductors. For nearly two decades Dr. Podkletnov has been researching the link between gravitation and high-temperature superconductors, and just recently published…

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Frank Znidarsic on Antigravity

Frank Znidarsic proposes a novel method for generating antigravity and cold fusion effects through the application of radio-frequency stimulation of superconductors, as described in his new book, “Energy, Cold Fusion, and Antigravity”, which provides a detailed overview of Znidarsic’s latest…

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Dennis Bushnell on Space Exploration

Dr. Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center, joins us to discuss the scientific and technical challenges faced by NASA in planning future manned missions to Mars and beyond. He describes the National Space Exploration Vision, which cites…

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Mark Hugo on Global Warming

Nuclear engineer Mark Hugo describes flaws in the accepted scientific model for global warming that result from shortcomings in the original calculations for the infrared heat balance of the Earth. According to Hugo, most of today’s global warming data comes…

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Robert Cook, Jr. on Inertial Propulsion

Inventor Robert Cook, Jr. joins us to discuss the Cook Inertial Drive (CID), the C-Force Inertial Propulsion drive, and the legacy of his father, Robert Cook Senior, a legendary proponent of inertial propulsion technology based on electromechanical systems. As the…

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M.T. Keshe on Antigravity

Dr. Mehran Tavakoli Keshe discusses antigravity and the MAGRAV technology that he’s developed as a part of a novel plasma reactor system. Dr. Keshe is the founder of the Keshe Foundation, which holds a variety of international patents on antigravity,…

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