John Brandenburg on Antigravity and Gravity-Control

September 23, 2012| Antigravity|2 Minutes|By AAG

Dr. John Brandenburg discusses antigravity and gravity-control through rotating magnetic fields, touch upon his research into extending Kaluza-Klein Theory to unify gravity and electromagnetism, and get some insights into his GEM theory of unification, and his experiments to prove it.

Brandenburg’s work with unification via the “Vacuum Bernoulli Equation” can be used to understand anomalous weight loss reported in gyroscope experiments and to understand possible gravity control for human flight. The GEM gravity modification theory is extended to predict a Vacuum Hall Effect, and methods for creating dynamic gravity fields for the production and detection of high frequency gravity fields. While his early experiments at 400Hz had seen reported antigravity effects, this type of gravity-control appeared to only occur when a certain field threshold was crossed — his more recent experiments using 60Hz three phase rotating fields produced negative experimental results.

Brandenburg’s interest is nothing short than the spectacular goal of linking electromagnetism and gravity to produce large-scale AG effects, and his experimentation has been in support of a hyperdimensional approach to physics to demonstrate that while these forces appear on the surface as discrete aspects of nature, they nonetheless remain linked in higher-dimensional space. Thus, while Brandenburg’s research into Kaluza-Klein can be seen as an alternative path to engineering-concepts hinted at in String and Brane Theories that allows antigravity and gravity-control effects to occur.