reply to post by ALLis0NE
He actually says things like "theoreticaly proven" which is an oxymoron...
He says milkshake can float, so what, it is diamagnetic...
I am a senior scientist from lockheed martin, but hes 'retired' due to his unscientific conduct in perpetrating a hoax. His shame is well known in
the scientific community.
Acces any database on his "antigravity" and you will find something similar to this:
My 12 grade physics teacher showed the entire class how Boyd lied to the world.
Then the video shows a positron (antimatter electron) and an electron with different paths and cals it a mystery. Its not a mystery, its a well known
fact that is already integrated into our science, this is why Matter won over Antimatter and if we find the higgs boson it will help us understand
this. No mystery.
Then Boyd says with a magnetic rock he can reduce gravity. Why has he published no papers on this? Why have other scientists not proven his claims?
Why is there no video of this?
He says he can drop two rocks, same size and shape, and they have diferent accelerations and one reaches the ground sooner.
As a scientist, he should know that all experiments like that are done in a vacuum because buoyancy (what makes blimps float) relies on a medium.
Galileo could not get his point across because people always saw the balls fall at slightly different speeds due to atmospheric interference. This is
why when you drop a baloon and a canonball the baloon floats down, because of the air around it fesisting it with friction.
The video makes several quotes of Ben Rich, all of which he said he made near the end of his life in order to go out with a mystery.
Then he shows a ring of wire with current passing through it levitating off the table. See en.wikipedia.org...
He shows a grainy printout of a plane and another one of a large cylindrical object saying: "that was inside it" WTF? I show you a picture of a
rabbit and then a picture of an elephant and say the same words, would you believe them?
He shows a picture of a nuclear power UFO with a front and side view. Ive done the geometry on this, there is no way four sets of 6 wheels each are
required to hold that thing up. It would have to weigh tons and we dont have the materials to support that.
On the UFO blueprint, the legs are perpendicular to the ground, with no joints/collapsing sections and the wheel housings are as big as all six
whweels on one leg which means it would have to be retracted DIRECTLY upwards and we can obviously see the metal leg is not going to fit in there.
"Galaxies are accelerating away from each other", BANG, no they arent. Instead the universe is expanding and causing all distances in the universe
to increase as well as the galaxies moving away from each other creates an effect where the galaxies seem to be moving away faster then they should
Then he gets out two tubes, one copper and one steel, and the magnet passes through the steel faster but slower through the copper even if copper is
non conductive. This is a very common parlor trick where the magician keeps a strong magnet taped to the midle of the copper tube and runs the magnet
over taped section to "prove" theres nothing there but, of course, his hand easily beats the attraction. When he drops it however the magnet spins
slowly through the taped section of the tube. Listen and youl hear the magnet first crape the tube in free fall, then tinkling against the side, its
spinning, then fall again. It tinkles only through the taped section.
19 minutes as well as my coments disproving his parlor tricks, especially the last 'copper tube' trick (time 18:00), will help you understand how
retarded it is to place faith in this guys video.