Tag Archives: Aerospace

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The Vortex Thruster

Inventor Mikhail Goldshtik claims that a 1 square-meter Vortex Thruster can generate 4 tons of thrust with 17 times less energy than a conventional jet. Get the details on American Antigravity’s 2003 replication of this device, complete with detailed photos of our…

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Return To Flight

Faced with a live on-air interview for Coast to Coast AM during the “Return to Flight” re-entry, I decided to pen a few thoughts on the topic beforehand, which became a guide to the future of Antigravity, the space-program, and…

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Sergei Khrushchev on The Space Race

What if we’d lost the Space Race? According to Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, it nearly happened. Khrushchev is the son of former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, but instead of following in his father’s political footsteps he followed his interest in aerospace,…

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Paul Moller on Flying Cars

Flying Cars! When can I buy one? Back in the 50’s they were sure we’d all have flying cars by 2000. In the 60’s the Jetsons used their flying car for grocery shopping, and in the 70’s and 80’s Popular…

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Paul Czysz on Hypersonic Aircraft

The name Aurora invokes awe in the aerospace industry. It’s a Mach-6 hypersonic aircraft that nobody’s sure exists. The technology for it was developed back in the 70’s using hypersonic wind-tunnel experiments conducted by Paul Czysz. Later on, he took…

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