APEC 12/12: HFGW Engineering & Quantum NMR Gravity

December 13, 2020| Antigravity|4 Minutes|By AAG

Gary Stephenson describes High-Frequency Gravitational Wave engineering and offers insights into the operation of the “Tic Tac” UAP filmed by the US Navy. He also shares details on the use of gravitational metamaterials for time-space metric engineering. Todd Desiato discusses an NMR-based approach to gravity-modification, and Mark Sokol & Jeremiah Popp provide an experimental update from their antigravity research lab.

Part #1 – Gary Stephenson – HFGWs, Tic Tac UAP & Gravitational Metamaterials

Gary Stephenson presents an engineering-focused overview of 30 years of High-Frequency Gravitational Wave research by Dr. Robert Forward, Dr. Robert Baker, himself, and many other physicists & engineers, and describes engineering-level approaches to generating and receiving HFGWs for experimental testing, as well as notable experiments conducted in this area.

Stephenson additionally discusses the application of HFGW physics to the anomalous “Tic Tac” UAP sighting by the Nimitz carrier-group, and discusses how physicist Jack Sarfatti’s proposed gravitational metamaterials may allow the amplification of High Frequency Gravitational Waves for practical purposes in propulsion, spaceflight & communications.

Part #2 – Gary Stephenson – HFGW Engineering Q&A

Gary Stephenson answers technical questions related to the design, engineering & test results of various experiments High-Frequency Gravitational Wave research. This technical question & answer session includes details of the components & materials used, along with Stephenson’s description of the applications if isotropic & gravitational materials, as well as the possible use of carbon nanotubes for creating high-current magnet windings.

Part #3 – Todd Desiato – Quantum Gravity From Atomic Resonance Effects

Todd Desiato discusses a new model of gravitational interaction designed to maximize the engineerability of gravitation by an NMR-based approach to gravity modification. 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.

Gravitational time dilation and length contraction may then be interpreted as a loss of power from the interaction between matter and the zero-point field, and it is hypothesized that the loss of power is due to increased radiative damping within matter due to Larmor radiation. Utilizing 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 #4 – Todd Desiato – Quantum NMR Gravity Q&A

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 #5 – Sokol & Popp – Antigravity Lab Experiment Update

Mark Sokol & Jeremiah Popp provide a walk through of a homebuilt antigravity research lab along with detailed descriptions on test equipment, experimental setups, materials being used, and the procedures in place for testing.

Sokol & Popp describes the progress made in obtaining key materials for experiments including a planned replication of the Podkletnov Force Beam experiment, Alzofon gravity-modification experiment, and inertial propulsion research.

Links & Resources:
• Gary Stephenson: 2000 – 2020 Summary of Gravitational Work, Hardware Edition (PDF)
• Todd Desiato: Engineering A Bridge Between QED & QEG (PDF)
• Falcon Space (Facebook | YouTube)
Alien Scientist Website