Tag Archives: Inertial Propulsion

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Robert Cook, Jr. on Inertial Propulsion

Inventor Robert Cook, Jr. joins us to discuss the Cook Inertial Drive (CID), the C-Force Inertial Propulsion drive, and the legacy of his father, Robert Cook Senior, a legendary proponent of inertial propulsion technology based on electromechanical systems. As the…

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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. Cook has developed a lightweight electromagnetic…

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Roy Thornson’s Inertial Propulsion Demonstration

A demonstration of the Thornson Inertial Engine – an off-center rotator design shown propelling a canoe through a swimming pool during testing by Brandson R. Thornson. The Thornson drive is one of many mechanical-implementations inertial propulsion concepts, and this clip…

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Gennady Shipov’s Inertial Propulsion Drive

Dr. Gennady Shipov demonstrates a model for a reactionless mechanical propulsion system developed by Russian engineer Vladimir Tolchin. The device, shown operating on a low-friction table covered with oil, clearly demonstrates directional thrust without ejecting reaction-mass based on a mechanism…

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Alex Frolov on Inertial Propulsion

Alex Frolov is the director of Faraday Labs and the editor of New Energy Technologies Magazine, a breakthrough-science publication published in St. Petersburg, Russia. His role gives him a unique perspective on Antigravity research in the Russian Federation and beyond,…

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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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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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Andrew Palfreyman on Inertial Propulsion

Andrew Palfreyman describes working on a bigger, faster Mach-Lorentz Thruster with the potential to produce up to 60-kilograms of inertial propulsion thrust. Palfreyman participated in publishing his earlier experimental success at the STAIF Conference and joins us to talk about…

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Mike Waters on Nazi UFO Research

Mike Waters discusses Nazi UFO research in World War II and explores ideas in W.A. Harbinson’s “Projekt Saucer” fact-based novels on the subject. Harbinson’s book “Genesis” first proposed the idea that the Third Reich had developed a Nazi UFO and…

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Mike Waters on the Vril

Mike Waters describes the Vril propulsion system, based on the Repulsine implosion drive created by Viktor Schauberger. Waters believes that these systems relied on inertial propulsion to produce reactionless thrust that would have allowed the Vril to function in space….

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