Tag Archives: HFGW

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Robert Baker on HFGW Fusion Energy

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. presents a new concept for generating nuclear fusion through the application of focused High-Frequency Gravitational Waves in liquids, gases, and solids. Baker postulates that if the efficient generation of HFGW can be technically achieved, the proposed…

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Robert Baker’s Open-Cavity HFGW Gravitational Wave Detector

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. proposes a new design for an open cavity High-Frequency Gravitational Wave Detector in the GHz band, which consists of a high-quality-factor open microwave cavity and a Gaussian beam (GB) passing through a static magnetic field in…

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Robert Baker on HFGW Remote Imaging & Surveillance

Dr. Robert Baker explores the possibility of utilizing a novel means of imaging to establish a system of surveillance that may allow for the observation in three-dimensions of activities within and below structures and within the Earth and its oceans….

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Robert Baker, Jr. on Chinese HFGW Research

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. outlines progress in Chinese High-Frequency Gravitational Wave (HFGW) research, and outlines China’s 20-year-plan to develop communications, energy, and defense capabilities based on contemporary experimental findings. Baker is regarded as the preemininent physicist in the field HFGW…

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Gravitational Communications for Telecom

Colby Harper & Gary Stephenson unveil a business plan for near-term gravitational communications at the STAIF 2007 conference. The concept, which involves a benchmarked approach to developing first an ubiquitous time-standard and later full-fledged high-bandwidth communications, involves the use of…

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Gary Stephenson on High Frequency Gravitational Waves

Gary Stephenson describes High Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW), which are changes or ripples in the fabric of space-time. Experiments such as LIGO explore lower-bandwidth counterparts to High-Frequency Gravitational Waves, and their existence is consistent with Einstein’s predictions. At the higher…

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How To Generate High-Frequency Gravitational Waves

Gary Stephenson describes 5 key ways to generate and detect High-Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW). This footage was originally intended as an audio-description for a slideshow on High-Frequency Gravitational Wave technologies, but as it was never completed, it is now presented…

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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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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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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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