Category Archives: Space

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Stan Deyo’s Antigravity Blueprints

Stan Deyo describes spin and antigravity effects in detail, and provides a thorough construction plan for how to build a coil apparatus to generate antigravity effects based on his past experience with secret government black projects. “Space/time can be altered…

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Paul Czysz on Hypersonic Aircraft and NASP

Professor Paul Czysz joins us to discuss the Mach-6 Aurora spyplane, and provides insight into a new and previously undisclosed hypersonic aircraft developed as a consequence of the National Aerospace Plane (NASP). Czysz served as the chief-scientist on the NASP…

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Traffic, Urban Sprawl, and Antigravity

Originally entitled “Road Rage”, this article was written while I lived in Seattle, during a period of time when I was commuting daily across the crowded 520 bridge. The 15-mile drive to work sometimes took as long as 2 hours…

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Ralph Merkle on Space Cryonics

Dr. Ralph Merkle joins us to discuss recent advances in cryonics & nanotechnology, and how they may facilitate a next-generation “sleeper-ship” to transport frozen explorers across the cosmos. Merkle is a Professor at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, a director…

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Natasha Vita-More on Transhumanism in Space

Natasha Vita-More joins us to talk about the future of mankind in space, and how emerging trends in the extropian & transhumanist movements may lead to bio-engineered human enhancements that will ultimately change humanity as we begin to venture in…

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Larry Maurer on MagLev

We’re joined by Unitel Aerospace CEO Larry Maurer, who discusses a new project aimed at providing an environmentally-friendly transportation solution by modifying Unitel’s patented laser-propulsion system into a new form of MagLev train. Unlike traditional MagLev trains, Maurer believes the…

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Pharis Williams on Scalar Wave Communications

Professor Pharis Williams describes a new wireless space communications signaling architecture based on a new technology for converting transverse EM into longitudinal (scalar) electrogravitic waves. “This presentation will show that the inductive coupling with the gravitational field provides a very…

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Who’s Who in Antigravity

When you’re just beginning to learn about a new subject, it can be a challenge to keep track of all the key figures and their contributions to the field. In the case of Antigravity and Breakthrough Propulsion Physics, there are…

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Pharis Williams on Gravity Control & Clean Fusion

Professor Pharis Williams explores gravity-control, scalar-mechanics, and a novel form of fusion generator capable of revolutionizing micro-nuclear power-generation. Ever wish that you had your own personal fusion reactor? Williams’ proposes a novel type of aneutronic fusion, making it safe, clean, and potentially a…

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Peter Diamandis on the X-Prize

When Burt Rutan’s SpaceShip One won the X-Prize, many people thought the contest was over. That’s not the case, though, and the X-Prize organization is growing & diversifying. Peter Diamandis joins us to discuss the future of the X-Prize and…

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