posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 04:20 PM
During the last two years we made considerable advances in this research and, using all the information that we had before, we have now the
technology which allows us to make objects heavier or lighter.
If you aren't familiar with Podkletnov, it may be because his initial claims were disregarded on the basis of circumstance and, possibly, simple
disbelief. In 1996, he withdrew his peer-reviewed article from publication in the Journal of Physics after the speculation arose, fueled by its
leaking to the main-stream media. The withdrawal was assumed to be his admission to false claims, or possibly inaccurate results. Since then, numerous
labs have been alleged to have attempted to further his research.
in this Wired article
But that isn't what I've come here to share today. The quote above is from an interview with Podkletnov from July 2013 with some exciting, yet
Again, for the unfamiliar, Podkletnov's known work includes a "rotating disk" experiment that allegedly reduces the affects of gravity, and an
"Impulse Gravity Generator" which allegedly creates gravity waves.
The rotating disk required a superconducting material, cooled to extreme temperature using liquid nitrogen. In the interview, Podkletnov claims to
have advanced this technology:
We can actually work without superconductors using normal conductors and some other composite materials and they give practically the same effect or
even better effect than super conductors.
Our last research shows that, working with composite materials that do not include superconducting materials at all, we are able to create gravity
fields in space, in the air, in different objects, and all the objects in the vicinity of our Artificial Gravity Generator, we can control their
When asked if he has published any of his new research:
No. These things are entirely new so we haven't published any materials yet because this is part of our know-how. And we also prefer not even to make
any patents at present because we would like to go directly from the stage of research to the stage of engineering and application.
He goes on to further explain what possible "engineering and application" could imply:
The main application of course will be the transportation system. It will be a new transportation system on the planet Earth and in Space because our
technology allows to move very heavy objects with big speed, or on the contrary, very low speed. We do not pollute the environment. We don't have any
radioactive material. The system doesn't produce noise, doesn't produce exhaust gasses, takes a very small amount of energy to activate it. It's
practically the dream of every engineer.
At the same time, parallel to transportation, we can speak about new energy production plants which are based on Artificial Gravity Generators because
half of a turbine can be made heavier or lighter and it will begin to rotate just by itself. It's a new approach which will later eliminate all oil
or gas burning power plants. Also we want to definitely eliminate radioactive material.
Our systems are reliable, very safe, and much more efficient than the systems that people use at present.
And definitely speaking about the future of these Artificial Gravity Generators, we can speak about traveling to different planets because now it will
be much easier than with primitive rockets. And we can speak about mining in space because with our systems we can bring pretty big asteroids to the
Earth very slowly, not burning in atmosphere. And if needed, we can move very heavy objects to the Earth's orbit, so if we want to make a series of
space-stations, that is not a problem.
But definitely a lot of research and engineering work should be done and we think that we are approaching this stage.
This interview is exciting because it is the first time he has expressed confidence in actual real-world application of his research. I believe this
would suggest some break-through level work being accomplished and can only hope to see it in my life time.
Or maybe it's a hoax. You be the judge!
Here is a link to the full interview
And a link to the MP3
for those whose computers won't play
it (like mine).
An ATS thread about his previous interview