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 be technically achieved, the proposed fusion reactor could…


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 and the innovators who made the dream of private…


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 magnetic field in free space. Essentially this effect is an…


CasimirSim – Nanotechnology Design Software

Dr. Martin Tajmar unveils an important new software package that allows the calculation of Casimir forces in nanotechnology design. The CasimirSim software platform allows scientists & engineers to design better nanotechnology products by allow them to model complex molecular geometries on the…


Mohammad Mansouryar on Warp-Drives & Traversable Wormholes

He’s been called “The Next Einstein”, and with good reason – Mohammad Mansouryar’s vision of the future of space-travel extends General Relativity to encompass traversable wormholes as the basis for a true warp-drive technology. His research highlights the international impact of emerging concepts…


Robert Baker on HFGW Remote Imaging & Surveillance

Dr. Robert Baker explores the possibility of utilizing a novel means of imaging to establish a system of surveillance that may allow for the observation in three-dimensions of activities within and below structures and within the Earth and its oceans. Applications of this technology include…


Robert Baker, Jr. on Chinese HFGW Research

Dr. Robert Baker, Jr. outlines progress in Chinese High-Frequency Gravitational Wave (HFGW) research, and outlines China's 20-year-plan to develop communications, energy, and defense capabilities based on contemporary experimental findings. Baker is regarded as the preemininent physicist in the…


Top Gravity and Antigravity Concepts

Think that you know about gravity? Think again – research into gravitational engineering is moving rapidly ahead on a number of fronts and breakthroughs are already beginning to happen. Antigravity follows close behind, as we learn to manipulate this mysterious force to build a new generation of…


Richard Obousy on Warp Drives

Dr. Richard Obousy describes a warp-drive space-propulsion concept based on modifying the local cosmological constant to facilitate an expansion/contraction of spacetime around a spacecraft to create an exotic form of field-propulsion. This idea is analogous to the Alcubierre warp-drive bubble,…


Martin Tajmar on Gravitomagnetism in Superconductors

Dr. Martin Tajmar describes his theoretical concept for the coupling of gravitational and magnetic fields within superconductors, which he postulates as an explanation for the profound results being currently measured by his research team at ARC Seibersdorf (Austria). The documented effects…