General Review of Theory, Experiment, and History of Electrogravitics & Electrokinetics Propulsion

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General Review of Theory, Experiment, and History of Electrogravitics & Electrokinetics Propulsion

January 14, 2021 Physical Science 0

T can be traced to electrogravitics and electrokinetics. The first essay by Townsend Brown, “How I Control Gravity” (Science and Invention, 1929) with the “molecular gravitors” mysterious alignment. Brown stated that when the “differently charged elements” were aligned with the voltage source, the dielectrics had high propulsive power. In the article “Gravity Nullified: Quartz Crystals Charged by High Frequency Currents Lose Their Weight” that appeared two years earlier in the same magazine in September 1927, electrogravitics could also be revealed. The editors had a change of heart, but they rescinded the article in the next issue. A great deal of what we know about T. T. Brown, T. Brown
From his various patents and articles, reprinted by this author in Electrogravitics Systems Volume I, who was lucky to correspond with him when he was at the University of Florida in 1981. The out-of-print novel, Ether-Technology: A Logical Approach to Gravity-Control by Rho Sigma (1977), and the recent Defying Gravity: The Parallel Universe of T. contain a selection of his extensive correspondence. Paul Schatzkin, Townsend Brown (2009, Embassy Books). A five-minute online Brown-Bahnson Lab video also demonstrates many of the experimental models that Brown built for 1960 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp4hygoD3RU) with colleague Agnew Bahnson. It is hoped and predicted that with the advanced technology that is anticipated from the introduction of electrokinetics and probably electrogravitics, civilian research will finally catch up with the current back-engineered propulsion systems of the black project.

Author (s) Details

Thomas F. Valone
R&D Department, Integrity Research Institute, Beltsville, MD, USA.

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