Originally posted by SplitInfinity
I am impressed. You are aware of Bifield Brown Effect? Dr. T. Townsend Brown worked on some very interesting things. His work was applied to the
INFAMOUS PHILLY EXPERIMENT where they attempted to make a Ship Invisible but something very special...and Dangerous occurred.
It is hard for me to believe that the OP has developed Gravitic Manipulation. Split Infinity
I read all kinds of weird stuff. The weirder the better.
I was reading adult level novels when I was ten. Imagine what Eric Von Lustbader's work will do the mind of a third grader.
I really enjoy quantum mechanics, string theory and relativity but I'm not quite good enough at the mathematics needed to really follow it.
I know that gravity vectored craft exist, I saw one at a very young age and it scared the crap out of me but it made me really want to understand what
they were. I haven't stopped reading since.
You should see me digging through Feynmans physics lectures. I'm pretty sure smoke rolls out of my ears after a while.
My take on it is that a polarized signal (maybe a high powered laser) in a 3 dimensional shape (toroid) that has a total internal reflection could
conceivably give a strong enough lifting base (gravity hill) allowing the upper side of the lifting field to be manipulated with variable frequencies.
This comes from reading several sources but the toroidal laser is conjecture.
A simple high voltage differential using a capacitive dielectric form is actually pretty common. They were using them in demonstrations up until the
late forties and early fifties when electrogravitics became proprietary material for government contractors.
One thing people should keep in mind when thinking about this field. It was proven back in the 1940's that the larger the dielectric mass, the more
effective the lift. In essence, the bigger the craft, the more likely it was to actually fly under it's own power.
I think the earliest effective flights achieved by the US were the plasma craft of the 80's. Look into the Cash Landrum case.
Back then, the only power source capable of working was a small nuclear power plant. These were dirty and dangerous. Also the ionized field was very
visible and hard to communicate through.
Anyhow. I enjoy this stuff.
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