Electrogravitics and Antigravity Propulsion
Electrogravitics – The Science of Antigravity Propulsion
Conventional 20th century physics argues that electrogravitics and anti-gravity propulsion is some kind of pipe dream; in the realm of science fiction. Icons of scientific thinking, such as Albert Einstein, concluded that the speed of light could not be broken, yet Eugene Podkletnov, a Russian ceramics engineer, is known for his claims in the 1990’s of designing and demonstrating his Gravity Impulse Beam Generator which generates gravitational pulses at superluminal speeds in the order of 64 times the speed of light, but is not limited to this. The generator is a gravity beam laser with a range of up to 200km. When Podkletnov increased the power of the generator to 10 million volts, the force generated punched a 4 inch hole through a concrete wall, and dented a half inch sheet of steel. In essence, the point being made is that if one is taught something over and over again by the scientific community, they will believe it, whether it is correct or otherwise. Science is locked into 20th century thinking, but there are mavericks out there proving it to be wrong.
Townsend Brown Discovered Electrogravitics
One such maverick was Townsend Brown, an American researcher born in 1905, who found that when he energized an X-ray tube with 100,000 volts, the tube moved. In thinking he had affected gravity with the high voltage, he experimented further with high voltage capacitors (dielectric insulators with 2 metal plates on either side), finding that when he charged the capacitor, it moved toward the positively charged pole. Brown termed this discovery electrogravitics – the idea that gravity can be affected by high voltage; in other words, by electricity. Brown termed the capacitor under high voltage a gravitator. In the 1950’s, Brown joined the Navy, and had his own research laboratory where he continued his research into electrogravitics. He developed an experiment where he hung two 1.5ft diameter discs from a maypole apparatus, and in charging the discs, found that they rotated at speeds of between 12-17mph. The rotation was caused by positively charging the leading edge of the disc and negatively charging the trailing edge, creating a gravity hill at the trailing edge, and a gravity well at the leading edge, the slope, or gravity potential gradient between the hill and well causing forward motion of the discs. Eventually, Brown demonstrated this to Pearl Harbour Navy personnel, and after doing so, his work was subsequently classified as top secret.
In 1995, Ben Rich, the Head of Lockheed Skunk Works at the time said:
We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity.
Electrogravitics Violates Newton’s Third Law
Electrogravitics violates Newton’s third law where every action has an equal and opposite reaction, because through electrogravitics there is action without reaction in that mass does not need to be ejected in one direction to get an opposite reaction, which is the case with jet propulsion. Einstein’s theory of general relativity cannot explain electrogravitics because general relativity predicts no connection between electric charge and gravity, and assumes that gravity wells can only be formed when massive objects, such as stars and planets are present. Einstein attempted to unify general relativity with electric charge right up until the time of his death, but failed to do so.
Antigravity Researcher – Paul LaViolette
In 2008, Paul LaViolette Ph.D. published his book Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion. One does not need to be a scientist to understand what LaViolette says, for he spells it out in plain English. He discusses Brown’s work and how it was ultimately used in the B2 bomber aircraft, as well as discussing Project Skyvault and superluminal spacetravel. Earlier, in 1985, LaViolette had published a theory he had developed called subquantum kinetics in the international journal, General Systems, which predicted Brown’s effects. In 1994, he published the theory in his book, Subquantum Kinetics. The salient points of the theory are:
- It has been in existence for over 30 years
- It has a sound conceptual basis and was developed by applying system concepts to physics
- 12 of its predictions have been subsequently verified
- 8 papers about it have been published in refereed physics and astronomy journals
- It is a unified field theory that acknowledges the reality of an ether
- It is entirely consistent with Tesla’s thinking
- It unifies physics with the life sciences and with esoteric thought
- It appears to have very ancient roots.
Subquantum kinetics is applied to microphysics with the basic ideas dealing with the ether. The predictions made by subquantum kinetics were contrary to conventional physics; the predictions being later verified. In comparison, Einstein has had 3 confirmations of his general relativity theory. Subquantum kinetics expands the scope of what can be explained by conventional physics in that subquantum kinetics deals with antigravity, free energy, and superluminal speeds; concepts conventional physics does not treat. Subquantum kinetics incorporates the concept of flux where everything changes and nothing remains still. In this way, the ether is viewed as being dynamic and transmuting. This is what is at the heart of subquantum kinetics.
The following documentary is a lecture by Paul LaViolette in relation to his book, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion. At times the information presented is quite complex, but one does not need to be a physicist to understand the overall implications of what LaViolette has to say:
- Tunnel of the Large Hadron Collider by Julian Herzog Licence
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