Maxwell, Tesla, Teller and Einstein were all widely recognized scientists/theoreticians, Tesla,
probably the greatest genius of the entire millenium (pax, Leonardo!) is certainly well known to anyone visiting this page.
According to some sources Tesla did indeed work on a system of electrogravitic propulsion, but the principles of this
system are unknown to me at present. Einstein, of course, along with the Special and General Theories of Relativity postulated
the concept of increasing mass with increasing velocity and the velocity of light as the speed limit of the universe which
space exploration enthusiasts find so annoying.
John W. Keely b. 1837, in Philadelphia, developed a system of interpreting
all physical/chemical phenomena called "sympathetic vibratory physics." He built numerous machines and devices for, among
others, extracting free energy, promoting health, propulsion, and antigravity. His claimed results have not been duplicated,
but he still has many enthusiastic supporters, not to mention a website named in his honor whose stated purpose is exchange
of information on the search for free energy and antigravity.
T. Townsend Brown. A tireless researcher with a passion
for discovering the nature of elementary forces. He was awarded, among others, the following patents
1,974,483 (Sep. 25,
1934) "Electrostatic Motor"
2,949,550 (Aug. 16, 1960) "Electrokinetic Apparatus"
3,018,394 (Jan. 23, 1962) "Electrokinetic
3,022,430 (Feb. 20, 1962) "Electrokinetic Generator"
3,187,206 (Jun. 1, 1965) "Electrokinetic Apparatus"
a pioneer in the field, he was not able to obtain much support for his work until the 1950's when there was much discussion
of gravity and antigravity within the aerospace industry and in the magazine "Aviation Week." Then the Gravity Research Group
(GRG) published a detailed summary report and review of his research into "Electrostatic Motion, Dynamic Counterbary (a "euphemism"
for antigravity), and Barycentric Control" (i.e. "Antigravity"). This report is the last public report dealing with the physical
effects of electrostatics, electrodynamics, and gravity control. Apparently his work has been "classified" and is being exploited
for 'black' government projects.
Colonel Bearden is a nuclear engineer, wargames analyst, and military
tactician with over 26 years experience in air defensesystems, tactics and operations, technical intelligence, antiradiation
missile countermeasures, nuclear weapons employment, computerized wargames and military systems requirements. An admirer and
follower of Tesla, he has designed many devices for harnessing zero point energy, devices for achieving what is called 'over
unity' or machines which produce more energy than it takes to run them, for antigravity propulsion, etc. If there were anything
to Col. Corso's and Bob Lazar's claims of back engineered alien technology, Bearden would know! Bearden is a prolific writer
and has written books on everything from star wars weaponry to the AIDS conspiracy. Many of his claims seem so far fetched
that it is understandable why mainstream scientists and skeptics in general dismiss him as a crackpot. He has a talent for
convincing his readers of the correctness of his concepts and is certainly brilliant and gifted.
Paul Alfred Biefeld, astronomer and physicist at the California Institute for Advanced Studies, and his assistant, Townsend
Brown, in 1923 discovered that a heavily charged electrical condensor moved toward its positive pole when suspended in a gravitational
field. He assigned Brown to study the effect as a research project. A series of experiments showed Brown that the most efficient
shape for a field propelled condensor was a disc with a central dome. In 1926 Townsend published his paper describing all
the construction features and flight characteristics of a flying saucer, conforming to the testimony of the first flight witnessed
over Mount Rainier twenty-one years later and corroborated by thousands of witnesses since, the Biefeld-Brown Effect.
A not very credible claimant of alien contact, Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Project involvement, including
time tunnel trips to Mars, age regression, brainwashing. There is nothing of technical value in his assertions. Like Lazar
he lays it on very thick.
Born in England in 1932. In the late 1940's (as a teenager!) he first
discovered a way to produce levitation which has since been dubbed the Searl effect. He is presently trying to attract supporters
to further develop his ideas, which involve inter alia, spinning disks and elements with odd numbers of nucleons. He has suffered
numerous problems and setbacks and apparently has failed to duplicate his earlier results well enough to attract sufficient
Otis T. Carr
In the 1950s and 1960s Otis Carr claimed to have invented and patented an antigravity
mechanism to propel a flying saucer, which he widely demonstrated and attempted to exploit by selling stock to supporters.
His claims were not confirmed by others. The mechanism was said to consist of two counterrotating 'tops', i.e. two bodies
spinning in opposite directions. He has been accused of fraud. But this should not be interpreted to mean that his work in
antigravity was fraudulent; it may well have been on the right track.
Henry Wallace was an engineer
at General Electric in the mid '70s who developed some incredible inventions relating to the underlying physics of the gravitational
field. He was granted several patents,including:
US Patent #3626605 -- "Method and Apparatus for Generating a Secondary
Gravitational Force Field" Dec 14, 1971
US Patent #3626606 -- "Method and Apparatus for Generating a Dynamic Force Field"
Dec 14, 1971
He discovered that a force field, similar or related to the gravitational field, results from the interaction
of relatively moving masses. He built machines which demonstrated that this field could be generated by spinning masses of
elemental material having an odd number of nucleons -- i.e. a nucleus having a multiple half-integral value of h-bar, the
quantum of angular momentum. Wallace used bismuth or copper material for his rotating bodies and "kinnemassic" field concentrators.
Bruce de Palma
Recently deceased, de Palma worked on implementation of what was called the N field and the gravitational
significance of the Faraday Disk (q.v.). He claimed both antigravity and over unity devices.
heard of Lazar on a TV program about Area 51 and was impressed, nay almost convinced, by his claims of having helped in back-engineering
captured [at Roswell] alien antigravity technology. He claimed the antigravity device was based on artificial (not existing
on earth) elements (element 115) and that propulsion was achieved by generating a gravitational field and phase-shifting it
so that the craft would "fall" into the out-of-phase part of the field. Many now believe that Lazar was scamming as do I.
His ideas concur to some degree with those of Col. Corso and Edgar Fouche.
Petar Petrus: a Croat, postulates the existence
of gravifugal and gravipetal forces which could be exploited to produce an antigravity effect and has designed a machine to
do just that.
A German who recently advanced the idea that spin at what he calls relativistic
velocities can negate the earth's gravitational field as demonstrated by the ability of F5 tornadoes to lift very large and
heavy objects. He has invented and patented an antigravity or levitating device based on a spinning disk with superconducting
copper in which the spin coupled with the arrangement of the conductors accelerates the electrons in the conductor to "relativistic"
velocities. His theories make sense but it remains to be seen how much levitation he can achieve with his patented device.
Dr. Evgenij Podkletnov a Russian working at Tampere University in Helsinki achieved a 2% weight reduction above a
spinning superconductor. Although NASA appeared to be interested in this work, in recent times there have been disputes and
controversy surrounding his claims. The weight reduction of only 2% is too small to be of practical value and may be related
to experimental error.
J. F. Woodward in Foundations of Physics Letters reports an apparently successful
table-top laboratory test of Mach's Principle which attempts to connect inertia with gravitation by suggesting that inertial
mass comes from the long-range gravitational forces on a assive object from all the other masses in the universe. Albert Einstein
used Mach's Principle to formulate his famous Equivalence Principle which asserts that gravitational and inertial mass are
indistinguishable. Woodward formulated a nonlocal mathematical theory embodying Mach's Principle predicting that if the mass-energy
density of a system is made to change with time, the mass of the system should vary by an amount that is proportional to the
second time derivative of the density change. For example, if a capacitor is charged positively and negatively by a voltage
that varies as a 10 kHz sine wave and delivers a power of 100 watts to the capacitor, Woodward predicts that the mass of the
capacitor should vary from its normal mass by about ±30 milligrams at a frequency of 20 kHz. This is a prediction that can
be tested in the laboratory. However, the effect is so small that its validity in achieving antigravity is questionable.
An Englishman, Aspden, a brilliant non-Einsteinian theoretical physicist, has authored numerous papers 'demolishing'
einsteinian relativity and supporting the 'aether' hypothesis of cosmology. He has also developed various free energy (over-unity)
systems and advanced a theory which claims to account for known celestial-cosmological phenomena better than currently held
theories. His points are well taken by a minority of free-thinking 'heretical' physicists, but due to the strong emotional
attachment conventional scientists have for 'relativity-cum-quantum physics, he remains outside the mainstream. One point
he makes with which I am in full agreement is that mathematics has limitations and that blind faith in its powers can lead
to sheer nonsense. Intuition and reason must also play a part.
Eric Laithwaite, (1921-1997)
At one time a professor
at the Imperial College in London Laithwaite's efforts to show the weight loss of the gyroscopic devices he built were met
with utter hostility at the Imperial College. He teamed up with Bill Dawson, a fellow electrical engineer and businessman
and spent the last years of his life experimenting with a variety of complex gyroscopic rigs, finally proving to his satisfaction
that they could produce "mass transfer" - a brand new thrustless propulsion system. In 1993 he applied for a patent on a gyroscopic
space-drive. based on magnetic levitation.
He was working on the Maglifter on contract to NASA when he collapsed.
- a huge working model of a futuristic rocket launcher, a five-mile long track to be tunneled up the inside of a 10,000 ft.
mountain, a space capsule to be accelerated through it. Eric Laithwaite devised a lift-linear motor based on gyroscopic principles.
A television documentary on Laithwaite's gyroscopic activity was shown in the U.K. and included a weighing machine demonstration
which proved the weight loss. Obviously, NASA's interest in his invention did not stop with his death.
Recently deceased, he attracted media attention shortly before his demise by publicly revealing and publishing his
startling revelations, supported on his good reputation as a military man with a top secret clearance. He claimed that a secret
quasi governmental group (our old friends, the Majestic 12) had been seeding alien technology, captured at Roswell and other
UFO crash sites, into American industry, and that for 30 some years he himself had been in charge of that seeding process.
He asserts that the mystery aircraft dubbed "Aurora" is propelled by a system back engineered from the Roswell craft involving
"superconducting mercury plasma accelerated in a circular tunnel to speeds equivalent to 50,000 rpm.
Corso, this craft has made numerous trips to Mars and back over the past 10 years.
Edgar Rothschild Fouche
collaboration with the well known writer Brad Steiger, Fouche published a book called "Alien Rapture: the Chosen" which concurs
with Col. Corso's claims to a great degree. On his web pages Fouche asserts that the book is a fictionalized account of what
he knows about alien technology and secret aircraft. He also asserts that various secret aircraft flown from Area 51 and other
secret locations are propelled by the back engineered alien technology described by Col. Corso.