Category Archives: Space

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Paul March on Reactionless Drives

Aerospace Engineer Paul March has been working diligently on the Mach-Lorentz Thruster project for several years now, and his perserverence seems to have finally paid off! He joins us to talk about the beginning of true reactionless propulsion in the…

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Steve McGrath on Vanguard Spacecraft

X-Prize Team Leader & Founder of Vanguard Spacecraft Steve McGrath joins us to talk about his plans for breakthrough propulsion to exceed the X-Prize 100km requirements and eventually begin large-scale orbital delivery for payloads, as well as initiate a new…

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Paul Czsyz on Hypersonic Aircraft and Fusion Drives

Professor Paul Czysz is the former Chief Scientist for the National Aerospace Plane Project, and currently holds the position of Professor Emeritus at Saint Louis University’s Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. Our interview focuses on his role at NASP,…

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Martin Tajmar on Gravitomagnetism

Dr. Martin Tajmar is a research scientist and project manager in the Space Propulsion group at ARC Seibersdorf research, Austria’s largest research institution, and he joins us to discuss a variety of topics, including gravito-magnetic fields in superconductors and gravitomagnetism…

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Joshua Neubert on the X-Prize & Spaceport America

Joshua Neubert is the community events coordinator for the X-Prize Foundation in New Mexico, and joins us to talk about the X-Prize Cup, the Virgin-Galactic Spaceport, and the explosive growth of private space-endeavors all occurring in New Mexico. We also…

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The Woodward Effect

Dr. James Woodward’s research has led to the Woodward Effect, a radiation reaction and Wheeler-Feynman like in that it makes the supposition that when an object with mass accelerates, it radiates gravitational waves that interact with the rest of the universe….

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John Brandenburg on Antigravity and Gravity-Control

Dr. John Brandenburg discusses antigravity and gravity-control through rotating magnetic fields, touch upon his research into extending Kaluza-Klein Theory to unify gravity and electromagnetism, and get some insights into his GEM theory of unification, and his experiments to prove it….

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John Bloomer on PulseJets

X-Prize Team Leader & Discraft company CEO joins us to talk about his concept for a Mach 10 Pulsejet-driven aircraft with the ability to rapidly ascend into space, while using an onboard oxidizer for flight at higher altitudes where conventional…

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Jeremiah Hansen on Artificial Gravity

Artificial Gravity? Researcher Jeremiah Hansen describes how to use diamagnetism to create an artificial gravity field to keep your feet planted firmly on the deck of a spacecraft in a zero-g environment. Ever wonder how the crew in Star Trek…

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Space Nuclear Power and Hamilton Sundstrand

In this tour of the Hamilton-Sundstrand booth at the STAIF Conference, product representative Stan Pinkowski discusses the future of space-nuclear power, and gives us a walk-through of space nuclear and solar power technologies that this aerospace contractor specializes in integrating…

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