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Bussard Fusor Wins Award

Dr. Robert Bussard has been experimenting with variations on the Farnsworth Fusor for at least two decades.  His recent lecture to employees at Google was presented here.  Now we learn that Dr. Bussard’s latest effort has been recognized with the … Continue reading

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Quantum Teleportation

Back in June of 2004, the individual I have code-named ‘Morgan’ sent me a message saying that one of the most important expressions I would ever encounter in this exploration of the Parallel Universe is "Quantum Teleportation."  Now, we’re all … Continue reading

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Anti-Gravity “Myth-Busted”

Did anybody happen to see this episode of "Myth Busters" on the Discovery Channel that has aired a few times in the past week or so?  The hosts explore a couple of "anti gravity" devices, among them a "lifter" based … Continue reading

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Bussard on Fusion

Dr. Robert Bussard recently visited the Googleplex to  discuss his latest developments in controlled nuclear fusion: Or click here for a larger-screen version: Should Google Go Nuclear? Clean, cheap, nuclear power (no, really) Description: Google Tech Talks November 9, 2006 … Continue reading

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UFO Hacker Faces Extradition

I think I’ve mentioned Gary MacKinnon before. MacKinnon is the Scot who hacked his way into US military computers looking for evidence of UFOs and antigravity technologies.  His extradition to the US to face charges of espionage — and possibly … Continue reading

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Broken String (Theory)

Now we learn that after nearly twenty years of String Theory, some physicists are starting say that the Emperor has no clothes: Has string theory tied up better ideas in physics? by Sharon Begley appeared in this past Friday’s Wall … Continue reading

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Who Knew…

…that capacitors can fly? Found a mention of Townsend Brown in article at the ZPEnergy.com website: It was my good fortune to discover an active underground of new ideas and old ideas resurfacing. Mr Townsend-Brown’s asymmetrical capacitance high-voltage lifters are … Continue reading

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What Is Your Dangerous Idea?

My daily Google searches recently delivered this article to my desktop: The Dark Matters of Dark Energy: American Military Pursues Antigravity Weapons by Gary S. Bekkum This article is a very broad investigation and summary of the research that is … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, Across the Pond…

No sooner had I posted the previous item about the "gravitoelectric effect" than another article showed up on my desktop, courtesy my friends over at the fusor.net forums.  The online journal of the European Space Agency  reported on March 23 … Continue reading

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The “Gravitoelectric” Effect

I subscribe to a magazine called "New Scientist," which offers up a weekly summary of everything going on in various scientific fields, often taking the "unorthodox" perspective.  It’s something of a alternative "Scientific American" (except that it’s published in Great … Continue reading

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