Intriguing, perplexing, confusing ˇ projects in the field of ŰantrgravityÝ propulsion may seem the stuff of science-fiction but are very much
the science-fact of today. Nick Cook looks at the research ˇ and finds some high profile companies involved
In July 2001, officials from a small Alabama-based research company called Transdimensional Technologies (TDT) ˇ a concern with strong links to the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) ˇ lifted the lid on a set of experiments they boldly claimed would ýchange virtually every aspect
of our daily, lives.ţ Under laboratory conditions, TDT had just tested a tethered subscale model of a device it called the ŰLifterÝ that had
demonstrated its ability to ŰflyÝ using a propulsion methodology that science is grappling to explain.
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