Energy From The Vacuum Part 09 Trailer - The Early Years, Moray, Sweet and Antigravity - with Tom Bearden (90 minutes)Submitted by esaruoho on March 8, 2009 - 11:55
Tom Bearden discusses the Early Years. Moray, Floyd Sweet and the Anti-Gravity Experiment. And much more. The full DVD runs 90 minutes
Now Professor Laithwaite, who is already famous for inventing the linear induction motor, has demonstrated that his machine actually works. When switched on it reduces its weight!
Eric Laithwaite: RexResearch.com: Anonymous: Unidentified magazine; "Scientist says Invention can Defy Gravity"Submitted by esaruoho on February 14, 2009 - 19:28
Eric Laithwaite, professor of heavy electrical engineering at London's Imperial College of Science and Technology, said the motor is based on the gyroscope, a rapidly spinning top that defies gravity. Gyroscopes already are used to guide spaceships.
Ed Leedskalnin: In Search Of... "The Castle of Secrets" hosted by Leonard Nimoy, Episode #112, Season 5Submitted by esaruoho on October 12, 2008 - 01:55
57 min, posted by www.americanantigravity.com
Jul 19, 2008 at 10:00AM
The Searl Effect
Bill's guest this week is Professor John R.R. Searl, founder of the Searl Effect Technology and the inventor of the Searl Effect Generator (SEG).
John R. R. Searl
The Searl Effect Generator and the Levity Disc
Energy Generation and Gravity Control for Space Flight Systems
The inventor, Professor John Searl, President of S.I.R.C., will be speaking upon the work and the and the progress made by now in the development of both the S.E.G. (Searl-Effect-Generator) and the I.G.V. (Inverse-G-Vehicle). You must appreciate today there is much information which is still classified and cannot be released to the public, as patents may be applied for later on.
The startling claims have been made by a Kincumber engineer who once worked with an English-based professor who invented an energy source in the 1940s.
Townsend Brown checking a geophysical sensor strip recorder in Hawaii.
T.J.J. See Gravitational Theory 1930's
The scientific work of T.J.J. See of the 1930's has been largely unknown and/or ignored by the scientific community for all the years since its first introduction.
It has been said that See had the unfortunate tendency "to come on too strongly" with his theories which was usually interpreted by his astronomer colleagues as being "arrogant egotism" rather than "studied conviction" which it apparently was.
See published a series of seven manuals (a total of about 4000 pages) on his extensive R & D into the understanding of the gravitational riddle. See's technical work, and in particular his wave theory of gravitation was quite competent and is now generally viewed by many as providing a sound basis toward an eventually accepted unified field theory.
The basis for See's wave theory is that Pi () is an infinite oscillating series leading to an expanded theory of curvilinear motion. The oscillationg series correspond to dynamic impulses, ie: physical waves in the ether, as postulated by Huyghens and Newton for the curvilinear motions of the stars observed in the immensity of space.
According to See, gravitational, magnetic and electrostatic fields are presented as longitudinal/compression waves in the ether, of widely divergent wave lengths. These various wave forms are of proportionate magnitude to the distances over which they operate.
See's anti-gravity theory explains how a rotating body effects gravity, as was vividly demonstrated by John Searl, and Otis Carr in their anti-gravity experiments. According to this theory, when a symmetrical metallic body is rotated at a critical speed, the surrounding ether is set in motion which produces an ether vacuum, which prevents the transmission of gravitational forces to the rotating body.
The well-known psychic, Edgar Cayce identified T. J. J. See "as a scientist with a sound theory to the solution to the riddle of gravitation".
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Free Energy Pioneer: John Worrell Keely by Theo Paijmans
"This is a magnificent contribution to anomaly literature; a monument of research, rich in information presented with clarity, backed with detailed references and a wealth of illustration." --Hilary Evans, Fortean Times
POWER, RESONANCE, AND NATURE
AT THE 2ND SYMPATHETIC VIBRATORY PHYSICS SYMPOSIUM
(c)1989 by Michael Riversong
originally published in Borderlands Magazine, posted with permission
TOP 10 IMPOSSIBLE INVENTIONS THAT WORK
Joe Cell is similar to an electrolysis cell built with concentric stainless steel pipes. Generally with diameters of 1, 2, 3, and 4 inch diameters, and sometimes with a 5 inch also. Different theories of length hold that the cylinders should be between 4" and 10" long. There are many theories of how a cell works. It is generally accepted to be an Orgone Accumulator.
Juha Hartikka: Käytämmekö tulevaisuudessa ilmaista energiaa? Kvanttienergia on uusi tapa lypsää atomiaSubmitted by cybe on January 6, 2006 - 18:18
Energia-alalta tihkuu kummia pikku-uutisia. Jos kehittelyn alla olevat energiatekniikat osoittautuvat käytännössä toimiviksi, ne tulevat olemaan käänteentekeviä sekä ympäristömme että energian edullisuuden kannalta ja lisäksi kaikkien ulottuvilla. Miltä tuntuisi vaikkapa oma pieni voimala, joka tuottaisi ilmaiseksi energiaa talon lämmitykseen? Tai että auto kulkisi tankkaamatta ja saastuttamatta?
A striking feature, that anyone who starts to digress into unconventional research or the free energy area notes, is the immense amount of unstructured information. To get a grasp of the field is rather difficult. In order to assist 'navigation' in the free energy jungle, here are a couple of maps of phenomena and inventions. The maps are by no means complete but, maybe, can help you to get an overview.
Though it sometimes seems to fall in the realm of science fiction more than pure science, aviation-technology journalist Nick Cook's intriguing tale involves the long quest to develop antigravity vehicles and the sometimes eccentric characters who have played a part in it: Nazi rocket engineers, backyard inventors, NASA scientists, conspiracy theorists, and UFO watchers among them. The last group figures, Cook explains, because the ideal craft for "electrogravitic reaction" would take the form of a disc, a design consideration seen in the shape of current stealth aircraft. It could just be, the author suggests, that what witnesses have taken to be flying saucers might instead be antigravity-aircraft prototypes, though he cautions that "the subject is too complex ... to conform to a single explanation."