Category Archives: Space

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Vortex Thruster for VTOL Propulsion

This is a collection of experimental footage for the Vortex Thruster VTOL engine, constructed by American Antigravity’s Tim Ventura to test a novel form of aerodynamic propulsion. The device itself was designed by University of Texas Professor Dr. Mikhail Goldshtik, who intended it to produce bimodal…

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Getting There: Warp-Drives and Gravity-Control

The more that mankind learns about the Solar System, the more it reveals a true and profound need for human beings to undertake further exploration of other planets. At the very least, beginning a true exploration of the solar system…

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Rick Tumlinson on the Space Frontier Society

Space Frontier Society founder Rick Tumlinson joins us to talk about Space Activism, emerging trends in the private space industry, and a variety of new & innovative approaches within mainstream aerospace for achieving orbital delivery.

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Space Nuclear RTS Stirling Generator

We examine a space nuclear Radioisotope Thermoelectric Stirling (RTS) generator on display at the STAIF Conference. RTS generators are a new breed of space nuclear power supply that use radioactive decay to heat water, which in turn powers a free-piston…

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Space Nuclear RTG Generator

A Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) is a display model by Lockheed Martin at the STAIF Conference. This model device was employed on a number of unmanned space missions, including the Cassini and Huygens probes, Space nuclear RTG generators are commonly…

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Space Nuclear Power Protests

Nuclear activists led by activist Bruce Gagnon picket the STAIF conference to raise awareness on the dangers of nuclear propulsion and the weaponization of space, which is rapidly becoming one of the new hot-button political issues of the 21st century….

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Murad & Tajmar discuss Breakthrough Propulsion Physics

STAIF Conference chair Paul Murad discusses advanced propulsion and space physics with Dr. Martin Tajmar, and suggests that models of space physics require understanding in order to be applied in an engineering context. According to Murad, advanced physics requires explanation…

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Einstein’s Antigravity Legacy

Einstein revolutionized science and utterly changed our concept of gravity. His work in special and general relativity, gravitation and some areas of quantum physics is praised by the mainstream physics community. But a vast amount of his research is discounted….

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Leonard David on Space.com and BPP

Space.com writer Leonard David provides a journalist’s perspective on Breakthrough Propulsion Physics and the media. He speaks about NASA’s renewed vision for manned spaceflight, cutbacks in nuclear-space funding, and the Section-F group focusing on Breakthrough Propulsion. On March 8th, Senior…

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Michael Laine’s Space Elevator

Liftport Founder & CEO Michael Laine joins us to talk about the Space Elevator, an innovative device capable of transporting payloads into orbit using an innovative nanotech microfiber tether assembly, which a tractor traverses to deploy satellites, spacecraft, and more!

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