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Electrogravitics Systems: Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology Paperback – November, 1995
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In the early 1920's Dr. Paul A. Biefield, a physicist and adquaintance of Albert Einstein, working at the California Institute for Advanced Studies, discovered that a highly charged capacitor has an anomalous tendency to move in the direction of its positive pole. Biefield assigned Thomas Townsend Brown, his prodigy, to study the phenomena as a research project. That the effect is not due to ion wind is borne out in claims that the effect exists under insulating oil and high vacuum...T.T. Brown devoted considerable effort, time, and means to researching this effect. Although his work has been sensationalized, it also has attracted professional attention. "Electrogravitics Systems: Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology" edited by physicist Thomas Valone, MA, PE, is a currect and cogent anthology of reports on the electrogravitic research of T.T. Brown. -- Vincent Coon, New Energy News, Vol. 2, No. 5, Sept., 1994, p. 10
Many readers may recall the name of T. Townsend Brown as it was historically associated with UFOs. Brown was the first director of the now-defunct, but once very active, National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP), a Washington, DC-based lobby group that was very instrumental in the 1960s for getting congressional leaders interested in the UFO mystery. But what the majority may not realize was that Brown was also a very highly acclaimed physicist who held many patents and worked on a variety of highly classified projects...In fact, in the recently published report titled, Electrogravitics Systems--Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology, Valone sees a very strong tie between Brown's discoveries and the development of the B-2 Stealth Bomber. -- UFO Sightings, Summer 1995, p. 17
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Only other thing is that this book takes about a month to get, but it is worth the wait.
This is a relatively thin book, but dense with information. The book starts with details of the state of the art in the 50s and 60s, and then wraps up with some essays from the 90s speculating on a link with the B-2 bomber. There are some current, short essays in the form of forwards and prefaces. The book has diagrams, a pretty good glossary, and a tech chronology.
This book proposes the idea that gravitational engines have been in development since WWII based on theories raised in 1923 by Dr. Paul Biefeld at the California Institute for Advanced Studies.And others, such as T. Townsend. This line of development works on the theory that a high voltage across a capacitor causes gravitational changes around the capacitor. References are made to the efforts of numerous aerospace manufacturers in support of this development during the 1960s to 1990s. Material from secret Air Force files and patent applications are presented to support this contention and the B-2 bomber's auxiliary propulsion system is noted as having the precise nature to support this goal.
Hmmmm. Let's take this to a logical conclusion. Others have noted that the B-2 take-off and landing times require it to move at 5.5 times the speed of the B-52s over the same track to Diego Garcia. If the B-2s average velocity of about 2800 mph is correct and adjusting for subsonic exit and entry tracks a speed of 3500 mph in orbital trajectory would allow them to accomplish this while remaining subsonc bombers( speed of sound in a vacuum is undefined you know).Read more ›