Einstein’s Antigravity

September 24, 2012| Nazi Bell, Philadelphia Experiment, Unified Field Theory|1 Minutes|By AAG

Laser-physicist John Dering provides insights that support a hypothesis that the Nazi-Bell and the Philadelphia Experiment both share a common physical basis in Albert Einstein’s Unified Field Theory. While this appears outlandish at first glance, the historical record supports Einstein’s involvement in the Philadelphia Experiment as well as the role of his Unified Field Theory in the Nazi-Bell Project through Dr. Walther Gerlach, a colleague of Einstein’s who provided oversight on Hans Kammler’s development of the Bell.

The Unified Field Theory connects gravity and electromagnetism through the concept of a “Torsion Field”, which was investigated in Russia for decades in the hopes of creating antigravity & field-effect propulsion effects. It predicts a coupling of forces that could not only explain the operation of the Philadelphia Experiment and Nazi-Bell, but also potentially explain the strange jellification of metals in the Hutchison Effect.

If these Unified Field Theory effects are all around us as John Dering suggests, why don’t we see more of them in modern electrical systems? Dering describes the non-linear aspect of these effects as only being measurable above certain power thresholds, but also describes the work of Gabriel Kron in the 1930’s, who used Einstein’s Unified Field Theory himself to remove “inefficiencies” from electrical systems that are likely to have come out of these Unified Field Theory effects.