posted on Jan, 4 2006 @ 04:17 AM
Its actually not that far fetched.
Its been known that if you form "Zero-point energy" within an object, it has an adverse reaction to gravity, while retaining its mass properties.
The end effect is the object is quite simply 'flung' from the surface of the earth, until gravity acts upon it again. (After the zero-point energy
Zero point energy is created by intersecting wave-lengths. The intersecting wavelengths cancel each other out at the center, leaving no wave-form
whatsoever. (Yet, because of the laws of energy, the energy is still there.)
Energy is there, but wave-forms arent, hence the name, zero-point energy.
My understanding of it, is that the zero-point energy screws with the orbital path of electrons. How that affects its gravitational pull, I'm not
exactly sure, but I have hunches. (Namely the laws of gravity need to be lightly revised).
Whats the point? Well, the human brain sends out waveforms in order to controll the human body. So its not suprising if the human brain can send a
certain frequency in two directions, cancelling each other out in the center of the body, causing the body to levetate. Its all quite mathematical,
but our brains just arent self aware enough to figure out how to create those interfering frequencies precisely enough.