John Brandenburg on Antigravity and Gravity-Control

Dr. John Brandenburg discusses antigravity and gravity-control through rotating magnetic fields, touch upon his research into extending Kaluza-Klein Theory to unify gravity and electromagnetism, and get some insights into his GEM theory of unification, and his experiments to prove it.…


John Bloomer on Pulsejets

X-Prize Team Leader & Discraft company CEO joins us to talk about his concept for a Mach 10 Pulsejet-driven aircraft with the ability to rapidly ascend into space, while using an onboard oxidizer for flight at higher altitudes where conventional propulsion ceases to work. Pulsejets are not a…


Jeremiah Hansen on Artificial Gravity

Artificial Gravity? Researcher Jeremiah Hansen describes how to use diamagnetism to create an artificial gravity field to keep your feet planted firmly on the deck of a spacecraft in a zero-g environment. Ever wonder how the crew in Star Trek sticks to the floor despite the ship floating in space?…


Mark Goldes on Global Methane Hydrate Meltdown

Methane hydrate ice... it doesn't sound so bad, but there's enough of it trapped under the polar caps to suffocate every man, woman, and child on Earth...and the caps are melting. This is just one of five scenarios that require a new type of high-priority environmental task-force to combat -- a…


Space Nuclear Power and Hamilton Sundstrand

In this tour of the Hamilton-Sundstrand booth at the STAIF Conference, product representative Stan Pinkowski discusses the future of space-nuclear power, and gives us a walk-through of space nuclear and solar power technologies that this aerospace contractor specializes in integrating into the…


Troy Hurtubise on God Light

Canadian inventor Troy Hurtubise rejoins us to discuss modifications to the Angel Light device, which he claims give it biomedical use in treating cancer. Hurtubise has renamed the device "God Light" as a result of these properties, which he also claims no longer has transparency-ray properties.


Diamagnetic Levitation by Jeremiah Hansen

Jeremiah Hansen stuns a group of scientists with the diamagnetic levitation of pyrolytic graphite over a set of heavy-duty neodymium magnets. While the principles underlying diamagnetic levitation are well-understood, it's rare to see such a great example of this force in action because the forces…


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. High-Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW) are ripples…


Greg Meholic on Breakthrough Propulsion Physics

Greg Meholic discusses breakthrough propulsion and the aerospace industry. Greg's an aerospace engineer by training with specialization in propulsion, but his interest always rested with breakthrough technology concepts -- taking him to early success with GE's pulse-detonation engine technology.…


Brian Feeney on The DaVinci Project

X-Prize Team coordinator Brian Feeney joins us to discuss The DaVinci Project -- a non-profit, open-source Canadian X-Prize contestant working on a next-generation rocket-based launch platform to achieve the contest's 100km orbital requirement. The DaVinci Project is one of many X-Prize contenders…