Robert Baker’s Open-Cavity HFGW Gravitational Wave Detector

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. proposes a new design for an open cavity High-Frequency Gravitational Wave Detector in the GHz band, which consists of a high-quality-factor open microwave cavity and a Gaussian beam (GB) passing through a static…


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Michael Miller on Unitel’s Laser Propulsion

Michael Miller joins us to discuss the Unitel NW Laser Propulsion technology, along with technology for "Macroscale Quantum Tunneling" that he believes will enable the proposed Unitel spacecraft to achieved Faster-Than-Light speeds. In…


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Paul Murad’s Searl Effect Generator

Paul Murad joins us to discuss a variant of the Searl Effect Generator that generates a 7% decrease in weight in steady-state rotation with as much as a 20% decrease in weight during transient testing. The design is based on a combination…


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Peter Diamandis on the X-Prize

When Burt Rutan's SpaceShip One won the X-Prize, many people thought the contest was over. That's not the case, though, and the X-Prize organization is growing & diversifying. Peter Diamandis joins us to discuss the future of the X-Prize…


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Roy Thornson’s Inertial Propulsion Demonstration

A demonstration of the Thornson Inertial Engine - an off-center rotator design shown propelling a canoe through a swimming pool during testing by Brandson R. Thornson. The Thornson drive is one of many mechanical-implementations inertial…


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John Brandenburg on Poynting Vector Antigravity

Dr. John Brandenburg joins us to discuss how the “Murad-Brandenburg Poynting Field Conservation Equation” may offer insights into recent antigravity experiments involving rotating magnetic fields. In particular, he describes how his work…


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Robert Baker on HFGW Fusion Energy

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. presents a new concept for generating nuclear fusion through the application of focused High-Frequency Gravitational Waves in liquids, gases, and solids. Baker postulates that if the efficient generation of HFGW can…


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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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Greg Henderson on the Hendo Hoverboard

We’re joined by Greg Henderson, the co-founder of Arx Pax – the company developing the Hendo Hoverboard. What his firm has achieved is a true breakthrough in advanced propulsion – because not only have they created a stable,…


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Pharis Williams on Gravity Control & Clean Fusion

Professor Pharis Williams explores gravity-control, scalar-mechanics, and a novel form of fusion generator capable of revolutionizing micro-nuclear power-generation. Ever wish that you had your own personal fusion reactor? Williams'…


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