Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Anti Gravity News, The latest developments in Anti-Gravity technology

Each page of this section contains information on anti gravity devices or machines that are currently in use or being tested.

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CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Michigan. — Call him crazy, but Alfie Carrington has spent half his life building a flying saucer.

The construction worker spends his free time inside a rented storage garage in Clinton Township, Mich., where he broods over a 14-foot-wide, carbon fiber, fiberglass vessel.

Thirty years ago, when Carrington was 27 and obsessed with science fiction, he set out to build a UFO look-alike. Despite his lack of engineering experience, Carrington pored over books, magazines and studies about aviation and spent nearly $60,000 for some of the materials needed for this saucer.

Carrington does it because he believes he has discovered a simple design for an aircraft that aeronautical engineers have spent countless millions trying to build.

Carrington has two patents on the design and a company called Vertex Aerospace. His work caught the attention of NASA, which invited him to a conference in the mid-1990s where engineers scratched their heads when he confessed he knew nothing about computers.

His own version of Anti Gravity Technology Propulsion: His idea is to fire up the vessel with a rotary engine to stimulate a magnetic levitation system to rotate the ship's two discs. The discs would draw air into propeller blades.

"It's a simple concept," Carrington said. "There is no way this thing can't get off the ground because 40 percent of it is rotating."

Aeronautical engineers aren't so confident, especially considering the rotation speeds needed to lift the aircraft.

"Things spinning at those speeds are worrisome because of the stress from centrifugal force," explained Cornelis van Dam, professor of mechanical and aeronautical engineering at the University of California-Davis, a leading aviation school. "If it's not properly designed and built, it will rip itself apart. I wouldn't want to stand next to it when it gets up to speed."

Even aerospace experts rely on other professionals to build such complex vessels, van Dam pointed out.

But Carrington doesn't have time for naysayers. In eight months, he hopes to launch his dream, assuming he can raise at least another $40,000 to complete the project.

Dale Pond is the person who seems to be working the hardest on reproducing John Keely's inventions. He has made 4 replicas of John's inventions. Here is a link which can show you how they work. Here are the pictures of his inventions, there is missing one because I couldn't get a picture of it. They do look quite spectacular. These 4 inventions are aiming at producing continuous motion. They function by sympathetic vibration. They function in part by sympathetic vibration, some of them use music to activate them. They have zither, guitar and autoharp strings on them, there is copper and other metals involved in their construction. In Dale's own words "We have experienced "partial motion" multiple times but not yet continuous and controllable motion. We are always getting closer and I expect success one day." They are not anti gravity machines, Dale mentioned to me though that his work just might come to anti gravity devices someday.


The Lifter works without moving parts, flies silently, uses only electrical energy and is able to lift its own weight plus an additional payload. The Lifter uses the Biefeld-Brown effect discovered by Thomas Townsend Brown in 1928. The basic design of the Lifter has been fully described in the Townsend Brown US Patent N°2949550 filed on Aug 16, 1960 and titled "Elektrokinetic Apparatus", you will find in this patent the full description of the main principle used in the Lifter devices.

Here are some pictures of the latest Anti Gravity Lifters to have been made.

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Lifters are basically made out of aluminum foil or aluminum tape, some wire, lightweight Balsa wood strips. You will also need a high voltage source to power your lifter.

cypardon1.jpg (2199 bytes)The Cypardon is said to look like the picture on the left. It uses Gyroscopes as it's method of reducing it's weight and therefore classifies it as an anti gravity machine. AFTER 44 YEARS a Welsh engineer has demonstrated before 20 qualified people that the CYPARDON can lose weight and obey the laws of Newton, Euler and the Vector Cross Product. The Cypardon website claims that using their technology you can reach the moon in only 6 hours, and you can reach Mars in 70 hours. That is a dramatic reduction in time compared to the time it would currently take Nasa to reach these 2 places.

There is not a lot of information available on the Cypardon website concerning the mechanics, that is unless you pay for it. They sell their manual showing more details on Mechanics for only $12 so it isn't too expensive.

The basic machine uses 10 gyros but it is crude and needs better designing. The losses are very small, just friction and windage.

Batteries with a small generator will be suitable to power the anti gravity machine. Since 90% of every horse power can be used for uplift, travel in the mesosphere will be swift, silent and economical.

ohn Hutchison has built a magnificient device, which he calls The Ark of the Covenant II Return to Eden. It is supposed to produce several effects including The Hutchison Effect which among other things produces levitation of objects. He even shows you how to build one on his site.

John will embark on his documentary series The Ark of the Covenant II Return to Eden, about this ancient device and all the potentials that will become evident as the experiments progress. Cathode tubes, mazers, radio transmision, transmutation, noble gas generation, and of course the Hutchison Effect itself will all be attempted with only supplies accessible to the ancients. Here is the inside of The Ark of the Convenant built by John. As you can see there are 2 copper coils each wrapped around pvc, he says that one coil is wrapped one way and the other is wrapped in the other direction.


Here you will find the latest developments, news, and articles on what is going on in the world concerning Anti Gravity Technology.

Superconductive Electromagnetic Engine

Hi everyone, this person seems to have come up with an interesting anti gravity device. To more fully understand it we suggest you visit his website. The link is at the end of this page.

The basic structure of the electromagnetic engine

It is an apparatus which is a magnet on a magnet

One magnet is piling up another magnet and the former is fixed to the latter.

One magnet is a superconductive magnet.

Another magnet is a normal conductive electromagnet.

But, this normal conductive electromagnet is making a coil and passed a ripple current of low voltage and very high frequency.

Since piling up a magnet on a magnet, the repulsion or the attraction (both are electromagnetic forces) would arise between the magnets.

However, the repulsion or the attraction to act on the superconductive magnet is canceled for this special structure.

Therefore, only the repulsion or the attraction to act on the normal conductive magnet remains and can be used as a driving force.

This driving force also can be used as a flotage, a braking force, a turn force and so on.

The basic theory
Section 1
Bose Einstein condensation and the permanent current

As for the superconductive condition, it is possible to assume that Bose Einstein condensation is formed. It is thought that the motion of center of gravity of each Cooper pair which composes a permanent current is in the orderly condition which has momentum with a same size like the motion of center of gravity of each atom which forms Bose Einstein condensation. An electron is a fermion and follows Pauli's principle. However, a Cooper pair is supposed to be a kind of Bose particle and to be able to get condensed to a same momentum. This condensation of electron pairs secure the full conductivity of electric resistance zero when becoming a superconductive condition.
Let's think of the momentum of a Cooper pair which composes a permanent current in the direction through which the permanent current making a strong magnetic field of a superconductive magnet flows (hereinafter, abbreviate with " the direction of electric current "). The motion of Cooper pairs in this direction of electric current is the substance of the permanent current. Because of the antiparallel motion of super electrons of Cooper pairs, the momentums of two super electrons which compose a Cooper pair in the ground state are supposed to be P and - P. The momentum of a super electron by adding voltage to the Cooper pair is Q. This Cooper pair has a momentum 2Q. This 2Q convey the permanent current.

(P+Q)+(-P+Q)=2Q

It is supposed that a magnetic field is given to this permanent current. According to the Fleming's left hand rule, with an outer magnetic field, Lorentz force arises in the direction perpendicular to the direction through which the electric current flows (hereinafter, abbreviate with " the direction of electromagnetic force "). Lorentz force by this magnetic field acts on the permanent current and the momentums of super electrons change. The strength of Lorentz force is proportional to the strength of the magnetic field and the strength of the permanent current. The change of momentum of the super electron which has momentum P is supposed to be ?P. Then, the change of momentum of the super electron which has momentum -P is supposed to be -?P. Since the direction of momentum P and - P is opposite, the directions of Lorentz force acting on super electrons become opposite. Then, the change of momentum Q is supposed to be R. The momentum of the Cooper pair in this case becomes 2Q+2R.

(P+?P+Q+R)+(-P-?P+Q+R)=2Q+2R

Since the change of momentum P and - P has been canceled by the antiparallel motion of super electrons, Lorentz force to change P and - P is canceled as the whole Cooper pair. However, it is thought that the change of momentum Q remains and that this acts on the superconductive coil as electromagnetic force. Then, to form the condensation of electron pairs, 2Q+2R of each electron pair must have a same size.
Therefore, it is thought that momentum order is effective in both the direction of electric current and the direction of electromagnetic force. Momentum order is that the momentum of Cooper pairs change from a same momentum into the other same momentum and that all pairs change all together when changing.

Boeing tries to defy gravity

An anti-gravity device would revolutionise air travel

Researchers at the world's largest aircraft maker, Boeing, are using the work of a controversial Russian scientist to try to create a device that will defy gravity.
The company is examining an experiment by Yevgeny Podkletnov, who claims to have developed a device which can shield objects from the Earth's pull.


1. Solenoids create magnetic field
2. Spinning, super-conducting ceramic ring
3. Liquid Nitrogen acts as coolant
4. Dr Podkletnov claims weight can be reduced by 2% (1kg=980g)

Q&A: What chance floating jumbos?


Dr Podkletnov is viewed with suspicion by many conventional scientists. They have not been able to reproduce his results.

The project is being run by the top-secret Phantom Works in Seattle, the part of the company which handles Boeing's most sensitive programmes.

The head of the Phantom Works, George Muellner, told the security analysis journal Jane's Defence Weekly that the science appeared to be valid and plausible.

Dr Podkletnov claims to have countered the effects of gravity in an experiment at the Tampere University of Technology in Finland in 1992.

The scientist says he found that objects above a superconducting ceramic disc rotating over powerful electromagnets lost weight.

The reduction in gravity was small, about 2%, but the implications - for example, in terms of cutting the energy needed for a plane to fly - were immense.

Scientists who investigated Dr Podkletnov's work, however, said the experiment was fundamentally flawed and that negating gravity was impossible.

Research explored

But documents obtained by Jane's Defence Weekly and seen by the BBC show that Boeing is taking Dr Podkletnov's research seriously.

The hypothesis is being tested in a programme codenamed Project Grasp.

Boeing is the latest in a series of high-profile institutions trying to replicate Dr Podkletnov's experiment.

The military wing of the UK hi-tech group BAE Systems is working on an anti-gravity programme, dubbed Project Greenglow.

The US space agency, Nasa, is also attempting to reproduce Dr Podkletnov's findings, but a preliminary report indicates the effect.

Gravity research gets off the ground



Such devices would shield planes from the Earth's pull

A leading UK company is challenging what we understand to be the fundamental laws of physics.
The military wing of the hi-tech group BAe Systems, formerly British Aerospace, has confirmed it has launched an anti-gravity research programme.

It hopes that Project Greenglow will draw scientists from different backgrounds to work on future technologies that will have echoes of the propellantless propulsion systems being investigated by Nasa's Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program.

Gravitation shielding

If any of the work is successful, it could lead to dramatic developments in the way we travel - anti-gravity devices could make it much easier for aeroplanes, spacecraft and even the next generation of cars to get off the ground.

In 1996, the experiments of a Russian scientist were jeered at by the physics world. Writing in the journal Physica C, Dr Yevgeny Podkletnov claimed that a spinning, superconducting disc lost some of its weight. And, in an unpublished paper on the weak gravitation shielding properties of a superconductor, he argued that such a disc lost as much as 2% of its weight.

However, most scientists believe that such anti-gravity research is fundamentally flawed. It goes against what we know about the physical Universe and is therefore impossible, they say.

Pascal's Wager

"I find it rather peculiar that they've done this," said Bob Park from the American Physical Society, in reaction to the BAe Systems admission. "One can only conclude that at the higher levels of these organisations there are people who don't have a very sound grounding in fundamental physics.

"You can invest a little money in far-out projects if they have some chance of success - it's called Pascal's Wager. In this case, most scientists would say there is zero chance of success."

Nonetheless, this view will not stop anti-gravity devices from continuing to be a popular feature of science fiction and the inspiration for countless websites.

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