Category Archives: Space

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Stan Deyo on Antigravity

Stan Deyo joins us to talk about government conspiracies, UFO’s, and Antigravity Propulsion Drives. Deyo also shares with us an innovative antigravity drive concept for experimenters based on a basic toroidal magnetic field housing that creates a warping of time/space…

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Tom Valone on Electrokinetic Drives

Antigravity? Secret Government Aircraft? We join Dr. Tom Valone of the Integrity Research Institute to discuss the Biefeld-Brown Effect, Lifters, as well as the Jefimenko Equation for that just might make today’s Lifter into tomorrow’s electrokinetic spacecraft. Valone is the…

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Commercial Antigravity

How far away is commercial antigravity? I’m not talking about a laboratory experiment where a giant magnet is used to levitate a frog, or secret UFO experiments that the government isn’t sharing with the business world, but a real, viable…

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Paul Murad on Breakthrough Propulsion Physics

A discussion with Paul Murad, organizer of the notorious ‘Section-F’ of the STAIF Conference, dealing with gravity & breakthrough propulsion physics. The STAIF Conference has become the premiere venue for gravity research, and includes dozens of authors annually with a focus…

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Bill Mehess’ Antigravity Experiments

Experimentalist Bill Mehess shook up the newsgroups 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 defy conventional…

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Gary Stephenson on Gravity Control

Aerospace engineer Gary Stephenson joins us to talk about Heim Theory, the Gerstenstein Effect, and a variety of potential methods of gravity control and the generation of propulsive thrust via High-Frequency Gravity Wave technologies. Stephenson has published extensively on this…

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Sean Knecht on Space Fusion Drives

Sean Knecht from the University of Washington joins us to speak about his presentation on using a Dense Plasma Focus for use in fusion-propulsion applications. This study was performed as part of a USAF advanced military aerospace vehicle concept study….

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Alex Frolov on Inertial Propulsion

Alex Frolov is the director of Faraday Labs and the editor of New Energy Technologies Magazine, a breakthrough-science publication published in St. Petersburg, Russia. His role gives him a unique perspective on Antigravity research in the Russian Federation and beyond,…

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Robert Cassanova on NIAC

Dr. Robert Cassanova is the head of NASA’s Institute for Advanced Concepts (NIAC), and he joins us to discuss some of the leading contenders for what may become the next-generation of NASA technology. His top picks? Biomimetic spacesuits and tether-launch…

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An Introduction to Lifters

Readers of the Electric-Spacecraft Journal might know a little about the Lifter technology popularized recently by Jean-Louis Naudin, but they probably don’t know the whole story. In the short amount of time that has transpired since the publication of that…

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