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Alien anti-gravity technology up and running

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posted on May, 13 2005 @ 07:01 AM
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Major cool if true. It was only a matter of
time until we figured it out. The gravity/time
travel slip is just around the corner!

www.raidersnewsupdate.com...

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Have Scientists Just Proven Bob Lazar Right on Alien Antigravity Systems?
By Thomas Horn
Senior RNU News Reporter

In 1989, Robert Scott Lazar claimed to have worked as a physicist at a
hidden base referred to as S4 on a highly classified project involving back
engineering of alien technology, antigravity and antimatter propulsion.
Stanton Friedman doesn't believe him. But have scientists just proven
Lazar was right all along?

RNU.com – (Raiders News Update) - Yesterday, in the article, "How to float
like a stone", science correspondent for The Guardian, David Adam wrote
that what goes up no longer has to come down. Quoting researchers who
announced their results this week in the New Journal of Physics, Adams
noted that, "British scientists have developed an antigravity machine that
can float heavy stones, coins and lumps of metal in mid-air. Based around
a powerful magnet, the device levitates objects in a similar way to how a
maglev train runs above its tracks."

The article went on to quote Peter King, physics professor at Nottingham
University, as saying, "We can take an object and float it in mid-air
because the magnetic forces on the object are enough to balance gravity."

The device evidently exploits diamagnetism by placing non-magnetic
objects inside a strong magnetic field where they are forced to act like
weak magnets themselves. A field is created that is stronger below and
weaker above. The resulting upward magnetic force cancels out gravity.

Full story with other articles referenced -
www.raidersnewsupdate.com...





[edit on 5/13/2005 by FlyersFan]




posted on May, 13 2005 @ 08:09 AM
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This is an interesting experiment, but toward the bottom of the article, I have to agree that what is being done here is just "defying gravity". I don't think this matches Bob Lazar's gravity drive description, but could be a step closer to it.



posted on May, 13 2005 @ 08:14 AM
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I remember reading about this before...

I found the following interesting...



The device evidently exploits diamagnetism by placing non-magnetic
objects inside a strong magnetic field where they are forced to act like
weak magnets themselves.


For those who don't know, the element Bismuth has highly diamagnetic properties, and is used in home levitation science experiments... Elements in the same column of the periodic table often have similar capabilities. Supposing that a stable form of Unimpentium could exist, it would have similar diamagnetic properties.

Not saying Lazar is right, or credible, lots of evidence to the contrary, but it is an interesting angle to ponder....



posted on Jun, 5 2005 @ 09:49 PM
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Hi all,

From www.raidersnewsupdate.com... link
The team used an oxygen and nitrogen mixture to create a paramagnetic fluid. Inside the magnet, the mixture helps the objects float.


Is this what you guys are talking about?



Liquid oxygen is so strongly attracted to the magnetic field that it provides enough boyancy to float even the densest of metals with ease. The image on the left shows objects from top to bottom; silicon;gallium arsenide; a £1 coin; lead and a gold coin all floating in magnetised liquid oxygen. The objects float where the bouyancy due to the magneto-Archimedes effect equals their density



Here is the video of it.


From this site

Here is an easier to read article

And another.....Gold floats in Magnatized oxygen

But using this to say Lazar was right? I dont think I can call this alien technology. Actually upon viewing the movie, it was quite a let down compared to what I was expecting from reading the articles.

Just a way for the mineral companies to make more profit it seems.



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