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…


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…


Traffic, Urban Sprawl, and Antigravity

Originally entitled "Road Rage", this article was written while I lived in Seattle, during a period of time when I was commuting daily across the crowded 520 bridge. The 15-mile drive to work sometimes took as long as 2 hours during rush-hour traffic, and it often led me to think about how…


Marshall Barnes on the Philadelphia Experiment

The Philadelphia Experiment has been one of the most enduring legends of the 20th century, but after a decade of intense research, Marshall Barnes may have finally solved the puzzle. After a decade of research into the experiment, he offers new insight on just how this experiment may have occurred,…


Who’s Who in Antigravity

When you're just beginning to learn about a new subject, it can be a challenge to keep track of all the key figures and their contributions to the field. In the case of Antigravity and Breakthrough Propulsion Physics, there are a number of key players worth studying, so we took the time to organize…


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…


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…


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…


Mark McCandlish on Faster-Than-Light Travel

This is a transcript of a debate between Mark McCandlish and James Giglio of the National Skeptics Association. The focus of this document is on the topic of "Faster than Light" (FTL) travel both within the context of General Relativity in addition to emerging models of physics. "True, "nothing can…


Oliver Williams on Time Travel

Appearing in the media like an apparition, the mysterious newsgroup poster “John Titor” told a story of time-travel from a post-nuclear future that captivated the late-night airwaves and inspired deep introspection into the role of materialism & conflict in today’s world. We interview the…