Tom Van Flandern on Cosmology, Gravitation & Solar System Formation

Dr. Tom Van Flandern discusses cosmology, gravitation, and the formation of the early Solar System. Van Flandern was the former Chief of Celestial Mechanics at the US Naval Observatory, a research associate at the University of Maryland physics department, and a US Army consultant on the GPS…


Natasha Vita-More on Transhumanism

Space will change us. Mankind will adapt to new environments across the cosmos, and transhumanism will blur the meaning of what it means to be human until eventually being human begins to be something more. Change and adaptation have always been a part of what it means to be human, but…


Robert Patterson’s Ram-Implosion Wing

Inventor Robert Patterson describes a novel type of wing that he's affixed to his van, which he claims produces a significant increase in horsepower at freeway speeds.


John Dering on Unified Field Theory

Laser-physicist John Dering discusses engineering applications of Albert Einstein's Unified Field Theory. While Einstein never completed the theory, Dering believes that the Unified Field Theory was refined enough to identify methods by which electromagnetism could be used to manipulate the…


John Searl on the Searl Effect

John Searl is the inventor of the Searl Effect Generator, which he claims to produce free energy and antigravity effects. Regardless of what you may believe about John Searl's claims, no one will dispute he is a truly remarkable showman who has dedicated his life to pursuing a technology that he…


Larry Davenport’s Biefeld-Brown Demonstration

Larry Davenport describes his replication of a classic TT Brown experiment at the TeslaTech 2005 conference. His Biefeld-Brown device is a small-scale replication of the TT Brown rotator, in which two disks on a post use ion-wind and the Biefeld-Brown effect to turn at high speed.


Sergei Khrushchev on The Space Race

What if we'd lost the Space Race? According to Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, it nearly happened. Khrushchev is the son of former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, but instead of following in his father's political footsteps he followed his interest in aerospace, a path that took him to to Vladimir…


Tom Valone on Electrogravitic Propulsion

Tom Valone describes his book, "Electrogravitics II", and how new research lends credibility to electrogravitic propulsion and electrokinetics.


Lisa Randall on M-Theory

Dr. Lisa Randall is a leading scientific authority on M-theory, an incredibly powerful model of theoretical physics that offers solutions to problems that are off-limits to conventional physics. The core idea is that the there are 11 dimensions in the universe, contained on different membranes.…


Robert Baker, Jr on High-Frequency Gravitational Waves

Gravitational waves were predicted by Albert Einstein nearly 100 years ago, and at the time it was realized that they had the potential to transmit energy as a form of gravitational radiation. Astronomers typically look for low frequency gravitational waves in stellar events, but Dr. Robert Baker…