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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Scientists Break the Speed of Light!

According to the electro-gravity model, there is no energy transfer in the force produced by a static gravity field. It can therefore be postulated that electro-gravity ‘waves’ have propagation speeds much greater than that of speed of light.

I may also speculate that it is possible to describe this as a quantum tunneling effect, where

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