Greg Meholic on Faster-Than-Light Physics

Aerospace engineer Greg Meholic describes Faster Than Light particle physics in a fluid-dynamics model with applcations for Breakthrough Propulsion Physics. Meholic is a communications session co-chair for Section-F of the STAIF…


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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.


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Jeffrey Cook on Inertial Propulsion

Jeffrey Cook demonstrates a model inertial propulsion device that he's developed and describes it's method of propulsion, which is based on research into physics and magnetism undertaken by Cook over the last few years.


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Richard Gauthier on Superluminal Particle Physics

Dr. Richard Gauthier describes a new physical model incorporating the notion of superluminal motion as an explanation for the "zitterbewegung" or "jitter" in the electron. His model is based on a relatively simple mathematical description…


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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.…


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Marko Rodin on Vortex Mathematics

Marko Rodin, the inventor of vortex mathematics, describes his two presentations at the TeslaTech 2012 Conference. He briefly discusses the applications of a colleague's work to artificial intelligence as well as extensively describing the…


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Martin Tajmar on Gravitomagnetic Research

Dr. Martin Tajmar details the experimental parameters involved with gravitomagnetic research in superconductors. Tajmar describes the rotating superconductor laboratory apparatus, accelerometer setup, and potential sources of error…


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The Hutchison Effect: Remastered Hutchison Effect Footage

Spontaneously melting metals. Objects flying around haphazardly. Strange glows manifesting in the air, and suddenly disappearing. This is the Hutchison Effect, digitally remastered. The Hutchison Effect is one of the strangest and…


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John Wsol’s Unified Field Theory

John Wsol describes a mathematically derived model of physics that unifies the 4 fundamental forces in an "onion model" of physics, in which waves propagating through the fabric of the expanding universe reach the perimeter and create…


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Mark McCandlish on Faster-Than-Light Travel

This is a transcript of a debate between Mark McCandlish and James Giglio of the National Skeptics Association. The focus of this document is on the topic of "Faster than Light" (FTL) travel both within the context of General Relativity in…


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