Category Archives: Space

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Paul Murad on the STAIF Conference

Section-F of the University of New Mexico’s STAIF Conference has rapidly become the hottest venue for Antigravity & Breakthrough Propulsion researchers to learn about the latest trends in emerging space technologies. We join Conference Chairman Paul Murad for an inside look…

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Petar Bosnic on Gravifugal Force

If satellites were motionless, they would rapidly plummet to Earth – but they don’t because of a magic ratio between forward velocity and the rate at which they fall, giving them a stable orbit at any altitude. This concept captivated…

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Andrew Palfreyman on Mach’s Principle

Engineer & innovator Andrew Palfreyman joins us to talk about his latest project: an experimental collaboration with Woodward & March to develop the Mach-Lorentz Thruster, a new type of inertial propulsion drive utilizing piezo crystal transducers to produce reactionless thrust….

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Paul Price on Antigravity & Vortex Theory

Inventor & Author Paul Richard Price joins us to discuss his research into Antigravity, Vortex Theory, and his design for next-gen Antigravity testbed based on a unique vortex-theory of gravity. Price is well-known for his work in AG research and…

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Myron Evans on Torsion Physics

Professor Myron Evans is the winner of numerous scientific awards, including an appointment to the British Civil List Pension by none other than Queen Elizabeth II. He joins us to talk about Torsion-Physics and how this emerging branch of science…

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Bill Mehess on Magnetic Levitation

Experimentalist Bill Mehess shook up the newsgroups in October with the announcement of a magnetic-levitation experiment producing several hundred grams of weight-loss using a unique magnetic device. After a bumpy start, he’s back with a new device that seems to…

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Jeff Cook’s Antigravity Coil

Inventor & software-architect Jeff Cook joins us to discuss an antigravity coil of his own design that he claims modifies time-space in the local vicinity by creating a gravitational field. Cook is an Information Technology specialist and indy-inventor with an interest…

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Gennady Shipov on Torsion Physics

Dr. Gennady Shipov is one of the world’s leading physicists in Torsion-Physics research. He joins us to talk about the fundamentals of this emerging branch of scientific discovery, and provides some unique insight into how we can turn the fundamental…

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Jack Sarfatti’s Stardrive

Jack Sarfatti is doing physics: he’s not inventing UFOs, he’s not starting a religion or anything else… He’s building a stardrive at the forefront of breakthrough & exotic physics for over 30 years, and built a sizeable following of admirers both…

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Bill Alek on the Gravitational Mystery Spot

The Earth’s gravitational field is inhomogenous, meaning that irregularities & anomalies exist on a small scale changing the direction of “down”. Bill Alek has investigated these anomalies, and joins us to talk about gravitational mystery spots, including his measurements of…

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