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. Cook has developed a lightweight electromagnetic "launcher" that pushes a…


The Searl IGV – Inverse Gravity Vehicle

History of the Searl IGV, narrated by John Searl. The Inverse Gravity Vehicle (IGV) is claimed to be an experimental space vehicle powered by the Searl Effect Generator, capable overunity energy generation for space propulsion purposes. In this slideshow, Searl narrates the history of constructing…


The Searl Effect – SEG Design, Construction & Theory

An overview of Searl Effect Generator design, construction, and theory by John Searl. The Searl Effect Generator is claimed to produce zero-point energy and function as a prime-mover for energy-generation & advanced propulsion applications, and is constructed as a series of rollers inside…


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 craft. Novel further discusses the JFK conspiracy to some degree,…


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 propulsion concepts, and this clip appears to support…


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 their design, a spacecraft fitted with a series of lasers…


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 thrust without ejecting reaction-mass based on a mechanism…


Marcus Hollingshead’s Antigravity Device

This overview of the Marcus device began as an email response to a request for information on the Marcus device – an antigravity device created by inventor Marcus Hollingshead that encountered more than its share of publicity and controversy between November 2002 and march 2003, before Hollingshead…


Marko Rodin on Vortex Mathematics

Marko Rodin, the inventor of vortex mathematics, describes his two presentations at the TeslaTech 2012 Conference. He briefly discusses the applications of a colleague's work to artificial intelligence as well as extensively describing the applications of vortex mathematics across a variety of…


Stan Deyo’s Antigravity Blueprints

Stan Deyo describes spin and antigravity effects in detail, and provides a thorough construction plan for how to build a coil apparatus to generate antigravity effects based on his past experience with secret government black projects. "Space/time can be altered by putting mass inside a dynamic EM…