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Townsend Browns Saucer Disks

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posted on Sep, 8 2003 @ 08:25 AM
Brown used his theories on electromagnet and gravitational fields to create his man made disks, until the gov became involved in his research.

He died in October of 1985 due to complications arising from breathing in too much ozone - a by-product of his high voltage research.

This pic looks a lot like the Nazi flying saucer.

Thomas Townsend Brown,was an American physicist, and a leader in developing theories concerning the link between electromagnetic and gravitational fields theorized by Dr. Albert Einstein.

He advanced from theory to application with the development of solid and disc-shaped apparatuses which are believed to have created and utilized temporary, localized gravitational fields.

Brown's work became very controversial due to the similarity between his work and what is believed to be the propulsion method of some observed UFO's

posted on Sep, 8 2003 @ 08:35 AM
Very cool thread!

Thanks for the personal info on T. Townsend Brown!

Might like this thread, as I covered a lot of his research as well.

posted on Sep, 8 2003 @ 08:43 AM


Yeah, he seems to be a very interesting character, i still have a lot more research on him to do.

I just read your thread:

It would appear that we are of one mind about the UFO issue.

Black World Projects.

The B-2 Bomber.

In 1992, black project scientists disclosed to Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine that the B-2 electrostatically charges its exhaust to a high voltage and also charges the leading edge of its wing-like body to the opposite polarity.

This information led Dr. LaViolette in 1993 to reverse engineer the B-2's propulsion system. He proposed that the B-2 is essentially a realization of Townsend Brown's patented electrogravitic aircraft. The B-2 is capable of taking off under normal jet propulsion.

But when airborne, its electrogravitic drive may be switched on for added thrust.

This system can only be turned on under dry conditions. If the B-2's dielectric wing were to become wet, the applied high voltage charge would short out, which explains why the B-2 is unable to fly in the rain.With electrogravitic drive, the B-2 is able to drastically cut its fuel consumption, possibly even to zero under high speed flight conditions.

[Edited on 8-9-2003 by quaneeri]


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