Dennis Bushnell on Space Exploration

Dr. Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center, joins us to discuss the scientific and technical challenges faced by NASA in planning future manned missions to Mars and beyond. He describes the National Space…


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Eugene Podkletnov on Antigravity

We're joined by Dr. Eugene Podkletnov to discuss recent (2004 to 2013) experimental antigravity research in gravity modification and superconductors. For nearly two decades Dr. Podkletnov has been researching the link between gravitation…


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Ed McCullough on Lunar Colonization

Space and nuclear engineer Ed McCollough joins us to discuss lunar & space colonization. Ed is an Associate Fellow at the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the former Chairman of the AIAA Space Colonization Technical…


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Paul Czysz on Hypersonic Aircraft and NASP

Professor Paul Czysz joins us to discuss the Mach-6 Aurora spyplane, and provides insight into a new and previously undisclosed hypersonic aircraft developed as a consequence of the National Aerospace Plane (NASP). Czysz served as the…


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The Hutchison Effect: The Original 1980’s Footage

Antigravity, jellified metals, and other strange effects are part of the original 1980's Super-8 film-footage of the Hutchison Effect with narration added by Dr. George Hathaway later. The "classic" footage of the Hutchison Effect all…


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Lifter Flight-Test Compilation Footage

Between 2002 and 2004 we tested over 100 different models of "Lifters", which utilize some combination of Ion-Wind and the Biefeld-Brown Effect to provide propellant-less thrust. Lifters are powered by a high-voltage pulsed-DC power supply…


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Mark Hugo on the Rife Microscope

Hugo further describes the Rife Machine, also known as the Rife Ray Machine, and explains how despite it’s checkered reputation, the combination of audio & microwave frequencies in the Rife Machine could effectively act as a low-grade…


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The Papp Engine: Piston & Reaction Chamber Testing

Jimmy Sabori narrates a close-up look at firing sequences for several of Papp Engine prototypes. In this footage, the pistons are encased in clear Plexiglas sleeves to allow the camera to view the noble-gas expansion process that drives…


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Gennady Shipov’s Inertial Propulsion Drive

Dr. Gennady Shipov demonstrates a model for a reactionless mechanical propulsion system developed by Russian engineer Vladimir Tolchin. The device, shown operating on a low-friction table covered with oil, clearly demonstrates directional…


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Gordon Novel on Antigravity

Gordon Novel joins us in a more casual interview to discuss the origins of his interest in Antigravity and Breakthrough Propulsion Physics, as well as to describe a project he's involved with to develop and deploy a working prototype…


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