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Author Topic: 1lb lift-force anti-gravity from ordinary charged capacitor!  (Read 49734 times)

Offline tim123

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Re: 1lb lift-force anti-gravity from ordinary charged capacitor!
« Reply #46 on: January 03, 2014, 02:34:42 PM »

Nice machine! Wow you really have done a lot of vids...

"The Dirod was constructed in 1999 at the Miles Davis Anomalous Propulsion Laboratory in San Francisco. "

Cool... I didn't know Miles Davis was into anomalous propulsion too. ;)

Have you done any anti-grav type experiments with the dirod? Estimates of output? What do you think about building a flyin' saucer based on one?

Regards, Tim

Offline gauschor

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Re: 1lb lift-force anti-gravity from ordinary charged capacitor!
« Reply #47 on: June 14, 2014, 04:32:25 PM »
So I thought about this antigravity setup from Townsend Brown again:

You got 2 plates, separated by an insulator, and you need an input source of about 20-50µA at 15.000 Volts. It is required, that the poles stay the same all the time. The "-" must be on the bottom and the "+" on the top.

So to reproduce an antigravity effect one one could buy an electroshocker with ~20KV, then attach its output electrodes to some high voltage diode rectifier circuit, then lead the cables straight into whatever antigravity capacitor you wish. Good idea?


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Re: 1lb lift-force anti-gravity from ordinary charged capacitor!
« Reply #48 on: July 20, 2014, 04:14:49 AM »
HELLO ! Sorry to read you guys are still trying to work out anti gravity so I thought I should give you a helping hand . First the term anti gravity is not what your looking for, anti gravity would create a worm hole hahaha so you need to know how to make a change in the flow of gravitons using bosons and produce reverse gravity but that is a bit tricky so best to go for zero gravity . ZERO GRAVITY IS VERY SIMPLE CHECK OUT THE IRAN FLYING SAUCER .....

If you get a bit stuck in deep water don't worry the Iran flying saucer core reactor splits neutrons to produce a sea of free electrons and does produce zero gravity ... But you guys are going for capacitors mmmmmmmm not easy but If your up for some detailing of the head of the proton than you can create an attraction to the charged ionosphere ... But if you understand the term coherence the frequency for a graviton can be jammed just like a radio wave in fact this is what I would strongly suggest and yes you will need scalar waves and capacitors .......

yours truly