Tag Archives: Superconductors

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Superconductors and Antigravity: A Timeline

Superconductors and Antigravity are back in the news, with a recent ESA announcement by Dr’s Tajmar & de Matos proposing that a gravitomagnetic London-Effect may create a strong coupling between magnetism & gravity. This announcement is the latest in a…

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Mark Goldes on Ultraconductors

It’s been predicted that the development of the Room-Temperature Superconductor, or Ultraconductors, will initiate a second industrial revolution. We’ve asked Mark Goldes, the CEO & Chairman of Room-Temperature Superconductors Inc., to share with us a vision of how, why, and when…

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Eugene Podkletnov on Gravity Shielding

Dr. Eugene Podkletnov discusses gravity shielding effects in rotating superconductors and recent experiments with a gravity impulse generator. Podkletnov achieved notoriety when publishing on gravity shielding in 1996, when pipe smoke rising in a column above a rotating superconductor became the…

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Eugene Podkletnov’s Gravity Impulse Generator

Dr. Eugene Podkletnov discusses an experimental gravity impulse generator claimed to produce beams of gravitational force capable of warping metals and punching holes through concrete walls. The gravity impulse generator utilizes high voltage electrical discharges from a Marx generator applied…

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Mark Goldes on Room Temperature Superconductors

Mark Goldes is the founder and CEO of Room Temperature Superconductors, Inc., which has invested several million dollars in developing a process to produce a polymer-based superconductive material which possesses very high electrical conductivity and current carrying capacity without experiencing…

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