What is Gravity?

What is Gravity?

Definition of Gravity?

Gravity is a force of attraction between objects.

Conventional scientists do not know how to make Gravity. They can calculate a rocket trajectory from Earth to the moon, but they do not know what causes gravity. Scientists also do not know how to generate gravity artificially.

So, what is Gravity? Einstein

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Free Energy w/ QT-Pi Device by Sacha Stone?

Free Energy w/ QT-Pi Device by Sacha Stone?

Sacha Stone attempted to make a big historical announcement regarding a new FREE ENERGY Generator called QT-PI, in April 2017.

Is a free energy device possible?

The device from Sacha stone consists of 2 copper coils and a high-frequency generator. He claims the device puts out more electrical current than it consumes. It plugs into

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Research Notes for Hooper Electric Coil

Research Notes for Hooper Electric Coil

Update by Nils Rognerud: If you are interested in the research by Dr. Hooper on the motional electric field, I also recommend a study of some of the research notes from Francis Gibson [bolded text added by editor]:

Fig 2

Francis Gibson: “Fig 2 shows how we measured the presence of this motional

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Panel Discussion – The Purpose of Patents…

Panel Discussion – The Purpose of Patents…

Here is an interesting discussions from the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference about the small inventor and realities of life. They claim that the purpose of a patent is to prevent big corporations from taking out their own patents on the same invention and blocking it from being used.

Peter Lindemann also makes an

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Townsend Brown and Capacitors

Townsend Brown and Capacitors

The Biefield-Brown Effect

Science laboratories in both Europe and US confirmed and measured a force on charged capacitors, even when operating the capacitors in vacuum – which removes the possibility of ionic air-currents.

Saucer liftoff (model 2) by T. Townsend Brown and Agnew H. Bahnson at the Bahnson Company 1958. Note the high voltage

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