Category Archives: Space

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Diamagnetic Levitation by Jeremiah Hansen

Jeremiah Hansen stuns a group of scientists with the diamagnetic levitation of pyrolytic graphite over a set of heavy-duty neodymium magnets. While the principles underlying diamagnetic levitation are well-understood, it’s rare to see such a great example of this force…

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High-Frequency Gravitational Waves

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr, takes us on a guided tour of the world of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves, and describes for us what this phenomenon is, how it works, and what differentiates it from lower-frequency research at facilities such as LIGO….

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Greg Meholic on Breakthrough Propulsion Physics

Greg Meholic discusses breakthrough propulsion and the aerospace industry. Greg’s an aerospace engineer by training with specialization in propulsion, but his interest always rested with breakthrough technology concepts — taking him to early success with GE’s pulse-detonation engine technology. Meholic…

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Brian Feeney on The DaVinci Project

X-Prize Team coordinator Brian Feeney joins us to discuss The DaVinci Project — a non-profit, open-source Canadian X-Prize contestant working on a next-generation rocket-based launch platform to achieve the contest’s 100km orbital requirement. The DaVinci Project is one of many…

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Franklin Felber on Antigravity

Dr. Franklin Felber describes with a new solution for Einstein’s General Relativity that predicts an acceleration effect created by the approach of a rapidly-moving gravitational field. Felber joins us to share a bit of insight into his background as a…

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A Brief History of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr provides a descriptive history of High Frequency Gravitational Waves beginning with his first conversations with Dr. Robert Forward on the topic many years ago. This led him on a quest to demonstrate the existence of these…

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Eric Davis on Warp Drives & FTL

Dr. Eric Davis is leveraging the emerging models of String and Brane Theory for applied-physics work in Faster-Than-Light Travel, Warp Drives, Antigravity, and extracting Zero-Point Energy. Davis begins his first presentation by tackling the subject of travel through traversable wormholes…

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Paul Laviolette on Electrogravitics

Scientist Paul Laviolette joins us to talk about Electrogravitics and the Biefeld-Brown Effect, the potential for a secret Antigravity-system onboard the B-2 Bomber, and a new theory of ‘SubQuantum Kinetics’ that he claims validates the experimental results of Podkletnov’s Force-Beam experiment….

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Nick Cook on The Hunt for Zero Point

Jane’s Defense Weekly Aerospace Editor Nick Cook joins us to talk about his breakthrough book, “The Hunt for Zero Point”. Cook began investigating claims of Antigravity, breakthrough propulsion physics, and black projects over a decade ago, and described his quest to…

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Paul Murad on Torsion Fields

Gravity is nature’s most mysterious force – or is it? Einstein’s Relativity suggested that it’s not a force at all, but instead a curvature of time & space. His later research into Unified Field Theory physics extended this notion with…

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