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posted on 21-1-2007 @ 10:06 PM single this post "quote"REPLY TO:
Go find out where Dr Ning Li went, give her a call.
She used to work with the "non traditional propulsion systems" group there in Huntsville, got some Gubmint funding (500K?), did some research, started a company and I don't know where she went to after that.
She was doing a lot of work in UAH's space plasma department.
Originally posted by dcmb1490
Haven't read this thread in over a year. Last I found, she was back in China.
Snippet from site:
In response to critic from Francis Slakey, a professor of physics at Georgetown University, who said that the NASA project is wasted money that could have been used to do legitimate space science, Ron Koczor, assistant director for science and technology at the Space Science Laboratory in NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama responded that Slakey don't seem to be amenable to observing that maybe the laws of physics are incomplete. The opportunity to try out such machine is expected to come next May, when a prototype whose construction goes as planed, or better, shall be ready.
The curious thing is that main university professor involved with the project, Ning Li, has moved to China (It seems that all leading edge technologies are mowing to China lately, but that is a story for another article)
Originally posted by Larryman
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
I hope we still have the Gravity Control Technologies company - that NASA blew off in the 2003 X-Prize contest.
I'd like to see them get some of that new NASA funding for 'improved propulsion concepts', which replaced the 'return to the Moon' mission.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by TeslaandLyne
There is some kind of effect occuring there. I, myself, am a believer in aether. This would explain the Poher experiments.
But research it on your own. I do not understand it well enough to try to explain it, for sure.
Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
That Ning Li should go missing is quite worrisome.
If indeed the DoD spent half mil on developing tech means that they do not have any flying discs
like all the talk about black ops and area 51
Originally posted by masawa
Hey BFFT, I saw you referenced this old story on another thread. You mentioned that there may be some activity in this area. Can you post an update?