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UFO Science Facts...

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posted on May, 7 2003 @ 03:39 PM
The Biefield-Brown effect is anti-gravity when the positive polarity electric charge exceeds the negative polarity charge of the mass.
Electricity, magnetism, and gravitation are three separate forces, yet each is dependent on the other to product effects analogous to all of them.
The closer the plates of a condenser are to each other the greater the effect.
The higher the "K" or electric stress of the insulation between the plates the greater is the effect.
The greater the area of the plates of a condenser the more the effect will be. The more voltage on the plates will also give greater effect.
A free-to-move condenser will always move in the direction of the positive polarity side. The greater the mass of the material between the plates the greater will be the effect.
A charged condenser produces thrust without having any moving parts.
An anti-gravity field will collapse if it is within "grounding distance" of the earth. This is roughly one-quarter of the diameter of the field.
In ion propulsion the frequencies in the orange spectrum will be found to produce maximum results.
Gravity will decrease as pressure proportionately relative to the charge of the mass of a body, or planet.
Control of gravity will be best effected at points of 120 degrees of arc.
Electrostatic sources such as the Van De Graaff and Wimshurst and Dirod generators are required for anti-gravity research.
"Wheel within a Wheel" Electrostatic Generator (Rotated in opposite directions)
When these two counter rotating forces reach a speed equivalent with the r.p.m.of the planet, and in direct relation to its mass, then a static charge is forthcoming to the extent it is repelled from the planet.

posted on May, 7 2003 @ 03:43 PM
If only we had our own UFO to test it out, but hey, I do believe your theory.

posted on May, 10 2003 @ 04:55 PM
I believe you. Have you ever experimented and tried it?

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