APEC 5/29: Gravitational Physics & The Dean Drive

May 29, 2021| Antigravity, Space|3 Minutes|By AAG

Benjamin Solomon presents an alternative to quantum theory, Jason Verbelli will be discussing Galiliean Transformations and work of Dr. Edward Dowdye, and Mike Gamble will be presenting on the Dean Drive and rotating mass systems as well as electromagnetic equivalents.

Part #1 – Mark Sokol – Chris Hardeman’s Antigravity Lab

APEC’s May 29th session begins with Mark Sokol of Falcon Space joining us live from Oklahoma City at the late Chris Hardeman’s house and lab. Mark and the team will be preserving and reusing equipment from the lab to continue Chris’ work. Chris reported a 80 gram weight loss this past January and had been working on several replications.

Part #2 – Benjamin Solomon – An Alternative to Quantum Theory?

Benjamin Solomon will be presenting an in depth review on an alternative physical model to quantum theory and the insights & predictions that it offers into gravity modification and reactionless propulsion systems such as Shawyer’s EMDrive and others.

Part #3 – Benjamin Solomon – An Alternative to Quantum Theory? – Q&A Session

Benjamin Solomon answers questions relating to his presentation.

Part #4 – Jason Verbelli – The Rebirth of Classic Physics: Time, Light & Gravity

Jason will be presenting an alternative physical model based on the Galilean Transformations of Dr. Edward Dowdye, and offering insights into practical approaches for reactionless propulsion.

Part #5 – Jason Verbelli – The Rebirth of Classic Physics – Q&A Session

Jason Verbelli answers questions relating to his presentation.

Part #6 – Mike Gamble – Dean Drive & Rotating Mass Systems

Mike will present an analysis comparing mechanical to electrical methods of propulsion (Synchronized Rotating System and Its Electromagnetic Equivalent) and covers a few types of “Dean Drives” (rotating mass systems), compares mechanical and electrical methods and equations, shows the electrical equivalent system to a “Dean Drive” and proposes an electrical propulsion system based on those equations.

Part #7 – Mike Gamble – Dean Drive & Rotating Mass Systems – Q&A Session

Mike Gamble answers questions relating to his presentation.

Part #8 – Open Discussion & Ad Hoc Presentations

Conference guests interested in presenting experimental info to the group are invited to participate at this time, and our presenters will be available to take questions & discuss experiments.

Links & Resources:
• Benjamin Solomon: Books on Amazon | Huffpost Blogs
• Jason Verbelli: YouTube Channel
• COFE Conference (Mike Gamble & Tom Valone): https://www.integrityresearchinstitute.org/cofe.html
• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website