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Originally posted by shbaz
Ack, yes, my mistake.
From what I understand of it, it can barely fly and it's basically a slightly aerodynamic brick. The electrical system keeps it stabalized and for the pilot it flies like a normal plane.
Originally posted by SMR
I dont mean to interupt here,sorry if it seems that way.
I was wondering if anyone ever saw the episode of Ripley's Believe It or Not! that had this ameture scientist working on anti gravity.He would buy old parts off navel ships and hook all this stuff up in his apartment.I believe his name was Hendricks or Hendrickson.He was hippy looking,kinda like a surf bum (no offence to any old time surfers).I believe he called it 'The Hendricks/Hendrickson Effect'
It showed him doing it and at the time was not able to explain why it was happening.
I am just wondering as I have searched the net and have not been able to find anything.
Originally posted by ufo3
Ning li has had some success with her experiments on gravity shielding, i personally think it will hugely beneficial to mankind and thats an understatement.
In a stunning announcement, Russian Physicist Evgeny Podkletnov announced that he's created a gravity-beam capable of exerting hundreds of pounds of force, and punching through brick, concrete, and metal "like hitting it with a sledgehammer".