Rotating Cylinders from Japan

This experiment is very educational for understanding the nature of electrogravity. The experiment is done by charging a rotating cylinder to a high voltage.

A weight loss of around 1% is reported when the cylinder is rotating.

Gravity Shielding in Finland

Cryogenic Gravity Shielding

News reports about gravity “shielding” experiments, at Tampere University in Finland, show a small drop in the weight of objects placed over a special cryogenic device, as if it were shielding the object from the effects of gravity – an effect deemed impossible by most scientists.

“We thought it might

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Speed of Gravity?

I enjoyed reading a paper on the speed of gravity by Tom Van Flandern, University of Maryland.

He says: “…gravity is once again taken to be a propagating force of nature in flat space-time with the propagation speed indicated by observational evidence and experiments: not less than 2 x 1010 c.“

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Does All Mass Have Weight?

After you read the basic ElectroGravity paper “Free Fall of Elementary Particles“, you will understand that mass does not always have weight.

We may all agree that mass is a direct function of the speed of propagation of electromagnetic energy. However, weight is not always a function of mass.

For example; elementary particles,

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Review of “Abduction to The 9th Planet”

“Abduction to the Ninth Planet“ Book by Michel Desmarquet

Michel’s mission is to share what he has seen, learned and experienced. The book is LOADED with information of exceptional quality and accuracy.

In June of 1987, he was abducted by Extra-terrestrial Beings, highly evolved spiritually, and also the most technologically developed in our galaxy. They

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