Jeffrey Cook on Inertial Propulsion

Jeffrey Cook demonstrates a model inertial propulsion device that he's developed and describes it's method of propulsion, which is based on research into physics and magnetism undertaken by Cook over the last few years.


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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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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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Alex Frolov on Inertial Propulsion

Alex Frolov is the director of Faraday Labs and the editor of New Energy Technologies Magazine, a breakthrough-science publication published in St. Petersburg, Russia. His role gives him a unique perspective on Antigravity research in the…


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The Woodward Effect

Dr. James Woodward's research has led to the Woodward Effect, a radiation reaction and Wheeler-Feynman like in that it makes the supposition that when an object with mass accelerates, it radiates gravitational waves that interact with the…


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Andrew Palfreyman on Inertial Propulsion

Andrew Palfreyman describes working on a bigger, faster Mach-Lorentz Thruster with the potential to produce up to 60-kilograms of inertial propulsion thrust. Palfreyman participated in publishing his earlier experimental success at the…


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Mike Waters on Nazi UFO Research

Harbinson's book "Genesis" first proposed the idea that the Third Reich had developed a Nazi UFO and stored it secretly in a base in Antarctica. Strange as that may sound, Harbinson based his story on detailed historical research of that…


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James E. Cox on Inertial Propulsion

Inventor Jim Cox joins us to talk about experiments with Mach's principle, including an inertial propulsion thruster capable of lifting 100 pound weights 6-feet in height, as well as the MHD Dipole-Thruster, a unique electromagnetic…


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Andrew Palfreyman on Mach’s Principle

Engineer & innovator Andrew Palfreyman joins us to talk about his latest project: an experimental collaboration with Woodward & March to develop the Mach-Lorentz Thruster, a new type of inertial propulsion drive utilizing piezo crystal…


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