Russell Anderson on the Searl Effect

Electrogravitics pioneer Russell Anderson discusses the Searl Effect in 2012 and his new role as the CEO of Searl Aerospace Inc, a subsidiary of Searl Technologies, which incorporated in 2010. For Anderson, this is a self-described "dream come true", and he discusses the growth of John Searl's…


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,…


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…


Ruggero Santilli on Fusion and Nucleosynthesis

Physicist Dr. Ruggero Santilli joins us to discuss Neutron Synthesis in the lab - a validation of Rutherford's model of the Neutron as a "compressed hydrogen atom". Santilli discusses a derivative model of physics in which the neutron that leads to subatomic superfusion - a new form of fusion with…


Paul Czysz on Hypersonic Aircraft and NASP

Professor Paul Czysz joins us to discuss the Mach-6 Aurora spyplane, and provides insight into a new and previously undisclosed hypersonic aircraft developed as a consequence of the National Aerospace Plane (NASP). Czysz served as the chief-scientist on the NASP project during his long tenure at…


Ralph Merkle on Space Cryonics

Dr. Ralph Merkle joins us to discuss recent advances in cryonics & nanotechnology, and how they may facilitate a next-generation "sleeper-ship" to transport frozen explorers across the cosmos. Merkle is a Professor at Georgia Tech's College of Computing, a director at the Alcor Life-Extension…


Natasha Vita-More on Transhumanism in Space

Natasha Vita-More joins us to talk about the future of mankind in space, and how emerging trends in the extropian & transhumanist movements may lead to bio-engineered human enhancements that will ultimately change humanity as we begin to venture in the stars. How will we adapt to the harsh…


Larry Maurer on MagLev

We're joined by Unitel Aerospace CEO Larry Maurer, who discusses a new project aimed at providing an environmentally-friendly transportation solution by modifying Unitel's patented laser-propulsion system into a new form of MagLev train. Unlike traditional MagLev trains, Maurer believes the Unitel…


Gary Voss discusses The Ranch

We're joined by space & energy-activist Gary Voss to get the inside scoop on the culture of breakthrough technology. Voss is the founder of Tap-Ten research, and talks about his latest projects in building community focus on new technologies, as well as the upcoming TeslaTech Conference &…


Warren York on Cold-Plasma & Crystal Energy

Warren York joins us to discuss a series of anomalies resembling the Hutchison-Effect seen while running cold-plasma beam experiments with associate Mike Windell. York also describes his work on a new Unified Field Theory, predicting time-dilation and potentially time-travel effects as described in…