Tag Archives: Inertial Propulsion

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Inertial Propulsion in Russia

Dr. Gennady Shipov unveiled a new inertial propulsion drive developed by Russian inventor Vladimir Tolchin, adding to a growing body of Inertial Propulsion & Torsion-Physics research revisiting the basics of mechanical off-center rotators. He joins us to talk about several…

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Petar Bosnic on Gravifugal Force

If satellites were motionless, they would rapidly plummet to Earth – but they don’t because of a magic ratio between forward velocity and the rate at which they fall, giving them a stable orbit at any altitude. This concept captivated…

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Andrew Palfreyman on Mach’s Principle

Engineer & innovator Andrew Palfreyman joins us to talk about his latest project: an experimental collaboration with Woodward & March to develop the Mach-Lorentz Thruster, a new type of inertial propulsion drive utilizing piezo crystal transducers to produce reactionless thrust….

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Gennady Shipov on Torsion Physics

Dr. Gennady Shipov is one of the world’s leading physicists in Torsion-Physics research. He joins us to talk about the fundamentals of this emerging branch of scientific discovery, and provides some unique insight into how we can turn the fundamental…

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James E. Cox on Inertial Propulsion

Inventor Jim Cox joins us to talk about experiments with Mach’s principle, including an inertial propulsion thruster capable of lifting 100 pound weights 6-feet in height, as well as the MHD Dipole-Thruster, a unique electromagnetic propulsion system based on an AC…

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