Antigravity & Gravity-Modification

Pre-interview discussion at a 2005 BBC/Discovery UK production by Wag-TV. They graciously allowed me to film discussion while they were setting up. Gary Stephenson provides valuable insights into UFT & academic research, and elaborates on contemporary research in High-Frequency Gravitational…


The Nazi Bell

Although first described in Igor Witkowski's "The Truth About The Wunderwaffe", the Nazi Bell didn't gain notoriety until Nick Cook's "The Hunt for Zero Point", and ever since speculation about the Nazi Bell has run wild. Witkowski himself believes that the Nazi Bell was an advanced propulsion…


Paul Moller on Flying Cars

Flying Cars! When can I buy one? Back in the 50's they were sure we'd all have flying cars by 2000. In the 60's the Jetsons used their flying car for grocery shopping, and in the 70's and 80's Popular Science was running articles on flying cars pretty regularly. Over time they've become a staple of…


Tim Ventura on Antigravity

American Antigravity founder Tim Ventura discusses popular topics in antigravity, including the Searl Effect, Biefeld-Brown, Lifters, and other threads of antigravity physics research. He describes common themes shared by these topics that provides a glimpse at the physical principles of…


Russell Anderson on Electrogravitics

Biefeld-Brown. The Searl Effect. Beamships. You name it, Russell Anderson's into it. For over 20 years, Anderson's approach to Electrogravitics is "if you build it, they will come", and as an avid contributor to science fairs, hobbyist magazines, and Electrographics social groups his philosophy is…


Paul Czysz on Hypersonic Aircraft

The name Aurora invokes awe in the aerospace industry. It's a Mach-6 hypersonic aircraft that nobody's sure exists. The technology for it was developed back in the 70's using hypersonic wind-tunnel experiments conducted by Paul Czysz. Later on, he took that research to the Reagan administration's…


Ralph Merkle on Cryonics & Hypersleep

Slow the heart rate, cool the body, and you've got hypersleep. Drain the blood, freeze the body, and you've got cryonics. While hypersleep is a staple technology in science fiction, cryonics is being refined in the real world, and Dr. Ralph Merkle is here to discuss it. Cryonics is an old…


Tim Ventura on Warp Drive Physics

AAG Founder Tim Ventura discusses inertial dampening experiments and how this research lead to warp-drives, faster-than-light travel, and breakthrough propulsion physics. Ventura also discusses alternative theories in physics that may offer insight into warp-drive physics, and suggests that the…


Engineering Wormholes

Physics says that faster-than-light travel is impossible, but how can mankind explore the stars without it? There is another solution: wormholes offer an opportunity to connect distant points in space, bypassing the need for FTL propulsion. Not only is the existence of wormholes supported by…


Charles Michael Couch on Lifters

Everybody knows what Lifters are. Millions of people around the globe have seen them on TV and the Internet, and hundreds of thousands of school-children have Antigravity built them for science fairs around the globe. Quite simply, the Lifter is a phenomenon — but it took the hard work and…