Gravitational Transistors

Relativity theory usually describes gravity as being an aetherial warping, but then sticks magnetism into the traditional duality of electric & magnetic force. I've read that Einstein modeled his description of gravity after his research into magnetism, although I've always seen magnetism…


John Thomas discusses the Searl Effect

Few will dispute that dreams are powerful stuff. For centuries mystics have maintained that dreams allow people to see into the future, and more recently the science of psychology has said that at dreams allow the unconscious mind to solve problems that often elude the waking mind. Dreams play a…


James P. Hogan on Space Futurism

Author James P. Hogan has written a number of science-fiction novels, but the one that most captivated me was the 1977 classic "Inherit the Stars". The novel begins with the discovery of a 50,000 year old man's body on the moon, and the subsequent investigation into this unprecedented event leads…


Getting There: Warp-Drives and Gravity-Control

The more that mankind learns about the Solar System, the more it reveals a true and profound need for human beings to undertake further exploration of other planets. At the very least, beginning a true exploration of the solar system will lead to unparalleled commercial opportunities for mining and…


Sterling Allan on Free Energy

Sterling Allen runs “Pure Energy Systems” -- one of the premiere free-energy organizations on the net. He’s graciously written us this survey of a very dynamic field, from solar and wind to cold fusion and magnet motors... and what PES Network Inc is doing to promote alternative energy…


Einstein’s Antigravity

Laser-physicist John Dering provides insights that support a hypothesis that the Nazi-Bell and the Philadelphia Experiment both share a common physical basis in Albert Einstein's Unified Field Theory. While this appears outlandish at first glance, the historical record supports Einstein's…


Einstein’s Antigravity Legacy

Einstein revolutionized science and utterly changed our concept of gravity. His work in special and general relativity, gravitation and some areas of quantum physics is praised by the mainstream physics community. But a vast amount of his research is discounted. In fact so obscure has his unified…


Mike Windell’s Plasma-Beam Experiments

In 1990 Mike Windell and Warren York began experimenting with modulating resonant plasma beams, and soon discovered that by placing a target in or near the beam they could cause structural lattice changes in various crystalline materials. They were forced to temporarily suspend their investigation…


Commercial Antigravity

How far away is commercial antigravity? I'm not talking about a laboratory experiment where a giant magnet is used to levitate a frog, or secret UFO experiments that the government isn't sharing with the business world, but a real, viable antigravity solution to what I consider to be the most…


Bill Mehess’ Antigravity Experiments

Experimentalist Bill Mehess shook up the newsgroups with the announcement of a magnetic-levitation experiment producing several hundred grams of weight-loss using a unique magnetic device. After a bumpy start, he’s back with a new device that seems to defy conventional explanation, as well as…