Robert Baker, Jr Discusses High-Frequency Gravitational Waves

September 22, 2012| HFGW|1 Minutes|By AAG

We’re joined by Dr. Robert Baker, Jr — one of the world’s leading experts in formal High-Frequency Gravity-Wave research, who discusses the current state-of-the-art in conventional science. Baker’s work is attracting attention in both civilian and military circles as a conventional approach to modifying gravity.

Baker’s work involves the generation of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves through a variety of means, including overlapping waveforms from X-Ray lasers and a novel means of mass-shifting involving a massive proposed array of piezoelectric transducers. He comments on the politics of gravity research and overseas interest in his research, as well as his participation in the annual UNM STAIF conference.

Baker’s research is thoroughly based on conventional QM & Relativity Theory, making it an easy sell for R&D funding agencies. Thus, his work is being closely followed by both the US Air Force, as well as by several foreign powers interested in harnessing this technology for breakthrough propulsion.