APEC 1/30: Quantum Gravity, Zero-Point Energy & UAPs

February 1, 2021| Antigravity|9 Minutes|By AAG

Bill Alek presents engineering-level approaches to antigravity and showcases ZPE demo machines that he has constructed. David Chester provides an overview of quantum gravity for engineers and talks about how viewing the quantum vacuum as a meta-material allows novel approaches to antigravity engineering. Jack Sarfatti discusses the Tic Tac UAP phenomenon and describes how meta-materials enable “low power warp-drive” propulsion. Todd Desiato presents his ongoing research into gravity-modification by manipulating atomic resonance. Mark Sokol conducts an in-depth lab update and provides insights into the tools, materials & technologies used in his experiments.

Part #1 – Bill Alek – Antigravity & Zero-Point Energy

Bill Alek joins us to discuss an alternative propulsion model for the ARV (Alien Reproduction Vehicle), new approaches to antigravity, and also demonstrates newly patented ZPE energy devices built from PCM Resonators that he has constructed. Bill proposes that “negative resistance” in tunnel diodes is an example of a negative energy state. Bill proposes that this same negative energy can be achieved using PCM resonator circuits, and explores claims by Tom Bearden, Floyd Sweet, and others who have talked about harnessing zero-point energy and creating antigravity effects. Bill suggests that negative energy is a common component across all of these devices, and explores how the operation of PCM resonators may have influence these devices as well.

Part #2 – Bill Alek – AG & Zero-Point Energy Q&A Session

Bill Alek answers questions and discusses the frame behind his ARV & antigravity model for propulsion, and provides a detailed description of the design of his patented Zero-Point Energy device. During this session, Bill also addresses concerns relating to the testing & measurement of his ZPE device, which is built from PCM Resonators in an innovative circuit that he has constructed.

Part #3 – David Chester – Quantum Gravity Engineering

Dr. David Chester will be discussing discussing a quantum model of gravity, and how viewing the quantum vacuum as a meta-material allows novels approaches to antigravity engineering for future propulsion. A deep understanding of electromagnetism with gravity is needed in order to power antigravitic devices. While general relativity successfully matches most experimental data, cosmological data and unified field theory suggest that general relativity is incomplete. By exploring the most general framework of relativistic gravitational dynamics as a quantum field theory, multiple antigravity candidates are found. Conventional approaches from supergravity, string theory, and conformal gravity isolate simple antigravitic fields similar to Maxwell electrodynamics or Heaviside gravity. By understanding how the quantum vacuum is effectively a metamaterial, this perspective is used to study metamaterials for engineering applications of antigravity.

Part #4 – David Chester – Quantum Gravity Q&A Session

Dr. David Chester answers questions related to his presentation on a quantum model of gravity and his summary of the work of notable key scientists in this area. Dr. Jack Sarfatti joins David to answer questions related to the use of metamaterials to create a “low power warp drive”, along with how that may be the method of propulsion in the Tic Tac UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) .

Part #5 – Jack Sarfatti – UAP & Tic Tac Technology

Dr. Jack Sarfatti discusses the Navy UAP sightings and “Tic Tac” Technology, and joins Dr. David Chester to discuss the physics of UFOs. Sarfatti describes his experience as a UFO “contactee” in the 1950’s, and how that inspired his career as a PhD physicist focused on developing exotic propulsion within the conventional model of general relativity. Sarfatti explores the use of metamaterials to create a “low power warp drive”, which may be the method of propulsion in the Tic Tac UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon). Additionally, Sarfatti discusses the capabilities of UAPs as demonstrated in the Navy UAP sightings, and outlines the threat potential he feels may be posed by these vehicles, should they become hostile.

Part #6 – Todd Desiato – Quantum Vacuum NMR Engineering

Todd Desiato discusses a new model of gravitational interaction designed to maximize the engineerability of gravitation by an NMR-based approach to exciting atoms to higher energy levels and reducing their local gravitational interaction. For engineering purposes, it is proposed that gravitational fields may be interpreted as a reduction in the relative available driving power (Watts) of the Electromagnetic, Zero-Point Field. From this principle the phenomenon observed by a distant observer that are due to gravity, may be reproduced from the variable relative damping factor acting on the quantum harmonic oscillator. Utilizing the technics of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to stimulate Larmor radiation, experiments may be conducted which may pave the way for the creation of breakthrough technologies, such as, Artificial gravity, Anti-gravity and Warp Drive.

Part #7 – Todd Desiato – Quantum Vacuum NMR Q&A Session

Todd Desiato answers technical questions related to the design, engineering & test results of various experiments in an NMR-based approach to exciting atoms to higher energy levels and reducing their local gravitational interaction. This technical question & answer session includes details of the components & materials used, along with Desiato’s description of an experimental test setup, sources of errors in measurement, and ideas on what the experimental results could mean.

Part #8 – Mark Sokol – Antigravity Lab Experimental Update

Mark Sokol provides updates on from the Falcon Space garage-lab where they are constructing test equipment for a variety of upcoming experiments. Sokol is working on the construction of a variety of experiments, including a replication of the Alzofon NMR model of flying saucer construction utilizing applied microwaves to align nuclear spin, the testing of a homebuilt electret, an attempted replication of Richard Banduric’s device utilizing a “dot-product disk”, and superconductor experiments designed to replicate the Pohrer / Podkletnov force beam experiment.

Part #9 – Mark Sokol – Antigravity Lab Open Discussion

This session features a Q&A on lab updates as well as an open discussion of topics related to gravity modification. Sokol discusses the repeated mention of Bismuth in the cultural mythology, which may be related to the high electron drift-velocity or diamagnetic properties of this material. The repeated mention of rotating magnetic fields is also noted, along with its association with the concept of “torsion” as described in many emerging physics theories. As with all cultural artifacts, the repeated mention of a material or property does not guarantee significance, but it’s worth noting that Bismuth & rotating magnetic fields appear repeatedly in connection with antigravity across a wide variety of different reports often written decades apart. David Chester also mentions the idea of quasi-crystalline structures, and how this may apply to the structure of spacetime in a higher-dimensional manifold.

Links & Resources:
• Bill Alek ISA Industries
• David Chester: Quantum Gravity Research
• Jack Sarfatti: Stardrive.org | Sarfatti 1973 CIA Meeting
• Todd Desiato: Engineering A Bridge Between QED & QEG (PDF)
• Falcon Space (Facebook | YouTube)
Alien Scientist Website