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Biefeld–Brown effect – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A pretty thorough explanation of the Biefeld–Brown effect just showed up in Wikipedia: The Biefeld–Brown effect is an effect that was discovered by Thomas Townsend Brown (USA) and Dr. Paul Alfred Biefeld (CH). The effect is more widely referred to … Continue reading

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Another Crazy Idea?

Personally, I love it when critics say some novel Idea won’t work. I say, just build the thing, and we’ll see: Chinese researchers claim they’ve confirmed the theory behind an "impossible" space drive, and are proceeding to build a demonstration … Continue reading

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“Circumstantial Physics” ??

Now there’s a concept.  And there are actually people who are promoting "circumstantial physics" as a viable form of investigation.  For example, follow these links, or click here: …to listen to some excerpts from a Coast to Coast AM program … Continue reading

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Tesla’s Spirit Lives On

One of the lasting legacies of Nikola Tesla is his quest to deliver electrical power wirelessly.  Now Intel says they’ve achieved just that, although without giant tower on Long Island… Intel on Thursday showed off a wireless electric power system … Continue reading

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Now Why Does…

…THIS look familiar? Plasma-powered flying saucer Pass a current or magnetic field through a conducting fluid and it will generate a force. Numerous aerospace engineers have tried and failed to exploit this phenomenon, known as magnetohydrodynamics, as an exotic form … Continue reading

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What Would YOU Do…

…if you could go "zero G" for a few seconds?  Play a game of "human catch," of course… Looks like just another day on the Vomit Comet…

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“Ionic Breeze” in Deep Space?

From time to time, there has been some speculation in these parts that one of the secrets wrapped up in the Townsend Brown story is the origins of an "ion drive" of the kind now being used in certain inter-planetary/stellar … Continue reading

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TiVo – VCR Alert: Beyond Invention

There is a possibility that this program on The Science Channel on Friday at 10 PM/9Central will include some Townsend Brown – related stuff.  Consult your local listings: Link: The Science Channel :: TV Listings :: Beyond Invention. Beyond Invention … Continue reading

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Back to the Future for Just 20K

The Seattle scientist who wants to test a controversial prediction from quantum theory that says light particles can go backward in time is, himself, running out of time.    "I guess you could say we’re now living on borrowed time," … Continue reading

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Ball Lightning in a Lab?

New Scientist magazine reports that scientists in Brazil have found a way to produce "ball lightning" (or something like it) in a laboratory experiment. "Ball lightning could soon lose its status as a mystery, now that a team in Brazil … Continue reading

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