Boeing and secret planes are mentioned in this interview.
Don't know exactly the time, but its there.
More notes I took from the interview:
Change of State: The Hydrogen added energy has been posted on the net
by Bearden. This seems valid. The compressed gases or liquid air to vapor
also might show up as finds. Germans used liquid air to recoil cannons as
far back as WWI for the Paris gun and the WWII for Big Bertha.
Iron and Aluminum: The use of Aluminum at high voltage and frequency as the Iron
for that range is interesting. I say its true, but will the internet. Who else traces
electrical science back to an originator other than this guy.
Unipolar Engine: This was a big topic at one time. The watt-hour meter seems out
of his league since the disk rotation is nulled a no load and the house load varies
the spin rate. But I have never fully analyzed the meter or seen much detail as
a fluorescent lamp operation.
Tesla Oscillator: The piston that vibrates springs to vary an air gap of a low frequency
transformer cooled by liquid air is just genius. Though not familiar with boat power
frequencies, I was aware the 400Hz is favored over 60Hz.
Lots of Names: Kierfot, Sperry, Willy Ley, Goddard, Van Dresser
Aether Momentum: The Alfer and JJ Thompson work on momentum and the devices
Books and Technology: Something about the CIA in charge of our school books.