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Electrogravitic Propulsion & Quantum Warp Fields

Tom Valone presents a review of electrogravitics and electrokinetic propulsion, Glen Robertson discusses quantum gravity as a quantum warp field, and Mike Gamble will be presenting part 2 of a study of the Earth's gravitational system. We’ll also hear updates from the Falcon Space team, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

Our conference presentation schedule includes:

• 12:00pm PT: Tom Valone – Electrogravitics & Electrokinetic Propulsion

In this review of Electrogravitics and electrokinetics, Tom Valone will discuss the origins of this line of research, which can be traced to T. Townsend Brown’s first article “How I Control Gravity” (Science and Invention, 1929) with the unexplained alignment of the “molecular gravitors”. Brown reported that the dielectrics had high propulsive force when the “differently charged elements” were aligned with the voltage source. Perhaps electrogravitics was also revealed in the article “Gravity Nullified: Quartz Crystals Charged by High Frequency Currents Lose Their Weight” which appeared two years earlier in the same magazine in September of 1927. The editors had a change of heart however, in the following issue, they rescinded the article.

Much of what we know about T. T. Brown is from his numerous patents and articles, reprinted inElectrogravitics Systems Volume I, by Tom Valone, who was fortunate to correspond with him in 1981 when he was at the University of Florida. A sample of his detailed correspondence is contained in the out-of-print book, Ether-Technology: A Rational Approach to Gravity-Control by Rho Sigma (1977) and in the recent Defying Gravity: The Parallel Universe of T. Townsend Brown, Paul Schatzkin, (2009, Embassy Books). Also, a five-minute Brown-Bahnson Lab video online shows many of the experimental models that Brown developed toward 1960 with colleague Agnew Bahnson.

• 2:00pm PT - Glen “Tony” Robertson – Quantum Gravity as a Quantum Warp Field

From a historical standpoint, there is considerable theoretical and experimental basis behind the idea that everything that surrounds us can be described as macroscopic collections of fluctuations, vibrations, and oscillations associated with quantum mechanical fluctuations and quantum energy fluctuations. Whereby, matter can be taken to be composed of quantum mechanical fluctuations super-imposed on quantum energy fluctuations, and surrounded by a medium of quantum energy fluctuations. Whereby, the quantum energy fluctuations in objects and the quantum energy fluctuations in the medium surrounding objects are two separate quantum energy fields, mediated by a thin energy shell of quantum fluctuations that emanates from objects.

This presentation shows the development of quantum gravity in terms of the energy shell of quantum fluctuations that emanates from objects. Showing that all accelerations, to include gravity, results from the displacement of the accelerated object’s energy shell of quantum fluctuations, which looks like a warp field in spacetime. That is, all accelerated objects produce a quantum warp field when accelerated to any speed.

• 4:00pm PT - Mike Gamble – Study Of The Earth's Gravity, Part 2

Mike will be presenting a part 2 of a comprehensive study on the earth's gravitational system. His focus is not on the big "G" (the universal gravitational constant), but instead on the little "g" of Earth. This presentation will explore the basic EM field equations that are needed to understand most of his EM research. Mike is a semi-retired Boeing engineer who managed an R&D Lab experimenting with advanced engineering concepts.

• 5:00pm PT - Falcon Space – Experimental Lab Updates

Mark Sokol and the Falcon Space team will present updates on their experimental research in the lab, which includes nearly a dozen projects based on a diverse variety of theory & recommended approaches to advanced propulsion they've collected from literature.

• 6:00pm PT: Open Discussion & Ad Hoc Presentations

DATE & TIME: Saturday, May 1st @ 12:00pm PT / 3:00pm ET
ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/95117915012
MEETING ID: 951 1791 5012

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