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 to a stationary superconducting target to create what Podkletnov describes as gravitational waves in a coherent, non-diverging beam that Podkletnov indicates is capable of exerting tremendous force on anything in the beam path.
The gravity impulse generator utilizes a high-voltage electrical discharge from a Marx-Generator which is applied to a stationary superconducting emitter in a high intensity magnetic field. Podkletnov reports that the gravity impulse generator produces a non-diverging beam of force with properties similar to gravity waves.
According to Podkletnov, the gravity impulse generator can produce a beam that applies hundreds of kilograms of force to any target, but produces no recoil on the superconductor. Podkletnov states that the amount of force produced is a result of the structure of the superconducting emitter and the voltage applied to it, and suggests the best experimental results were obtained by applying short-duration electrical pulses in excess of 5 million volts, with a spark duration of less than a millisecond.
“The force created by the gravity impulse generator depends entirely on the structure of the superconducting emitter and the voltage that we apply to it. Given the materials and voltages we currently have available, we can obtain large impulses capable of deforming metal plates with a thickness of a couple of inches, and we’ve also been able to demonstrate punching holes in thick concrete walls. These impulses can be directionally projected in any direction in space, and they exert a force on any object in the path of propagation.
The impulse deforms metal in the way that a hydraulic press might do it, but the pulse-duration is very short in time, so we’ve been discussing a system utilizing several Marx-Generators to give a series of impulses that will definitely improve the overall effect. We’ve experimented with using the impulse-generator to treat a variety of materials, and we’ve also made another important find: the beam can hit a target over very large distances with a minimum of divergence and what appears to be zero loss in energy, even after passing through other objects in the beam-path.” – Dr. Eugene Podkletnov