ANTI-GRAVITY, ANTI-MATTER: A
DISCUSSION OF PROPULSION TECHNOLOGIES AND BACK-ENGINEERING
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ARTICLE BY Dave Kauble
focuses on propulsion systems, primarily anti-gravity and anti-matter. Several
press releases, scientific articles, and science shows have appeared recently
which causes us to focus on a significant coincidence. This article attempts
to spread light on these coincidences. To do so, we'll focus on several pieces
of a larger puzzle. These pieces are a collection of information from various
news and television sources. First, we'll cover the Bob Lazar "revelations".
S-4, or Papoose Lake, Near Groom Lake, or area 51, or
Dreamland, is the subject of a recent Discovery Channel episode. One of the
most interesting parts of this program centered on the story of Bob Lazar, a
jet-propulsion car builder who claims that he was asked to do research work to
back-engineer technologies on captured alien spacecraft located at S-4.
Lazar's story has many twists and turns, and has led to much controversy.
Although his story is not new, it parallels other recent announcements and so
warrants discussion in this article.
We are not going to delve into the vagaries of
Lazar's story other than how it relates to the propulsion concepts of this
article and the release of recent information which closely parallels Lazar's
descriptions. Bob Lazar underwent 4 different lie-detector tests. He passed
two, failed two; making the results somewhat inconclusive. But the interview
of one of the lie-detector analysts on this program leads us to believe, that
if not all of Lazar's answers were true, his comments about the anti-matter
and anti-gravity technologies related to UFOs in S-4 were absolutely true.
I'm not quoting here, only synopsizing, but Lazar's
comments were that he was initially introduced to one UFO craft. His first
reaction was, being shown the craft without any debriefing, that it was the
answer to all the UFO enigmas of the past... that WE ( the U.S. Government )
were building and flying these craft and that sightings were of our people
flying these craft. The first craft he was shown ( by his account ) displayed
an American flag on the outer hull, reinforcing this perception.
first view. (artwork, not photo)
view. (artwork, not photo)
Flag displayed on hull of UFO (artwork, not photo)
He states that it didn't take long for his opinion to
change. After a while, he was shown the interior of the craft. He described
finding 3 different levels, or floors in the craft. Once inside and having
viewed the level where it was obvious the craft was piloted, it became obvious
to him that the craft was not built for human pilots. The dimensions of the
roof and seats were very small and would have been ergonomic ONLY for VERY
Interior of the UFO obviates non-human scaling (artwork, not photo)
Devices he described as anti-gravity amplifiers and
anti-matter reactors were of sizes that would obviate technologies FAR IN
ADVANCE of our own. He described ongoing requests by superiors which
progressively led him to believe he was being asked to participate in the back-engineering
of these craft for the U.S. Military Intelligence.
Lower level -- anti-matter reactors (artwork, not photo)
He also stated that he was progressively shown more
craft of a variety of shapes, but that the technologies involved in these
craft were the same, even though they had different shapes and sizes. He
states that he had only closely examined the first craft he was shown, but the
successive craft had similar trappings to indicate similar propulsion and
(note indent on "roof" of tilted UFO, indicating it
was struck by a projectile. A shoot-down?)
These were all located in the S-4 research site,
which Lazar claims has been relocated since his disclosure. Lazar also stated
that he saw more than one such craft actually fly. He described his
impressions--that the craft were not being flown expertly, but falteringly,
and only in a manner showing that our knowledge of flying and navigating these
craft was elementary at best. He stated the craft never left the S-4 airspace.
He also stated that this craft are no longer at S-4 and have been moved to
another location. Could the new location (or locations) be at underground
bases? It seems feasible.
segment to our analysis begins with an article which appears in the January/February
issue of Final Frontier, the bi-monthly science and science-fiction
This information, as well as the information that AP
released last Fall about the accidental discovery of anti-matter 50 YEARS AGO
(see this release in our text box on the New Items Page) and that this was
recently reproduced in a linear accelerator, coupled with the research NASA
personnel and other research groups have done with anti-gravity and magnetic
field propulsion (see our note about this relating to super conducting
magnetic field research, also in our text box) certainly show the parallels of
what Lazar has stated within the past few years and what we are now seeing in
the news. Perhaps these research organizations sincerely know nothing about
UFO technology back-engineering. Perhaps they DO. Perhaps they are being
selectively fed information or are being carefully guided into these research
areas because they have been guided to these paths coherently.
True, this is conjecture. But only by asking and
being aware can we find out the truth. Read this article, check the items we
have in our text box on the "News Items" page and the other linked article,
and then decide for yourself.
Steps to the Stars: First things
(article from Final Frontier, Jan/Feb issue)
Later in 1997, the
Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program will host an invitation-only workshop.
At the gathering, scientists will examine relevant emerging physics. They will
also brainstorm a list of next-step research tasks, says NASA's Millis.
To be surveyed are a host of theories, physical
evidence and anomalous effects that have recently emerged but have not yet
been rigorously assessed.
"There have been recent theories published in peer-reviewed
literature suggesting new connections between inertia, gravity and
electromagnetism. There's even a theory for a 'warp drive,' but physicists
aren't even sure if such breakthroughs are possible," Millis says.
"If the workshop successfully demonstrates that
promising and affordable approaches exist," he continues. "funding may be
granted to begin conducting the step-by-step research that may eventually lead
to the breakthroughs."
In other words, while you're reaching for the stars,
don't forget to stoop for a little reality.
If you want to get anywhere fast in this old universe,
there arc three technologies required for 21 st century space missions. "These
technologies are propulsion, propulsion and propulsion," points out Robert
Frisbee, manager of advanced propulsion technology at the Jet Propulsion
Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
Moreover, physics today is teeming with conjecture
showing us that scientists clearly don't know everything. Frisbee says that
the physics community is rife with people studying time machines, wormholes
and warp drives by looking at Albert Einstein's equations and putting them
through the ringer.
"These are things we used to think of as solely the
province of science fiction," with work now being done by reputable physicists,
publishing in peer-reviewed journals, the JPL scientist says.
A member of the breakthrough propulsion physics
product definition team, Frisbee underscores the fact that studying such
topics as faster-than-light travel, leaping across space and time via wormhole,
anti-gravity and other research tracks, is a high risk activity.
"But in terms of trying to get us out of our existing
paradigm, this type of work is very important. The payoff could totally
revolutionize the way we look at nature, in the same way that relativity and
quantum mechanics changed the way we looked at the universe almost a hundred
years ago," Frisbee contends.
Coupled to his optimism, Frisbee tags a note of
warning. "You have to be careful of situations where you get into 'pathological
science.' That is when you ate trying to treasure some tiny, tiny effect, but
where wishful thinking gives you the answer and not the actual experiment," he
What are the odds of discovering some radical, new
form of physics'?
"Chances are very high we won't find anything," says
Franklin Mead, Jr.. senior scientist in the propulsion sciences division of
the Air Force's Phillips Laboratory at Edwards Air Force Base, California.
"But there's also that very small chance of stumbling on something that will
have a very large payoff. It's important to look for that needle in the
haystack...that diamond in the rough that hasn't been found. But it's very
difficult to succeed," Mead says.
Also a member of NASA's breakthrough propulsion
physics product definition team, Mead has funded a variety of advanced
propulsion ideas over the years. From anti-proton propulsion, space warps,
beamed energy and fusion rockets to space tethers and faster- than-light
travel- all have received top billing on Mead's research list at one time or
"You have to keep looking...you need to turn over
every rock," Mead says. Furthermore, as new materials become available, these
ideas, and others, deserve second looks from time to time, he stresses.
"We're really not spending much money on advanced
concepts. When you talk about dollars going into this area that could have
such a great impact on space travel, on propulsion and on the future of our
world in space...the investment is minuscule," Mead says.
Walk into Whitt Brantley's office at NASA's Marshall
Space Flight Center and you will spot a picture of his idol adorning one wall:
Albert Einstein. Brantley, chief of the advanced concepts office at the center,
has good reason to go eye to eye with Einstein. NASA-sponsored experiments
will soon delve into, what one scientist tags, "gravity force shielding
commonly called antigravity.
But Brantley fends off any claim that NASA is looking
into anti-gravity. Instead, gravity manipulation, modification or shielding
are more apropos terms, he says.
NASA is working with theorist Ning Li of the
University of Alabama at Huntsville Equipment and test mater ials arc being
prepped for a set of experiments that could, if successful, lead to new
knowledge about gravity fields. If Li's ideas work, modifying and controlling
gravity may be the outcome.
Researchers in 1992 at the Tampere University of
Technology in Finland first claimed to observe a gravity force shielding
effect. Leading the work, Russian scientist Eugene Podkletnov discovered that
objects suspended over a rapidly spinning disc of super conducting ceramic
material weighed less than normal-as if the object was somehow being shielded
from the full force of gravity. More importantly, the faster the
superconductor spun, the less an object over the super conducting material
appeared to weigh.
Placed above the disc were nonconducting and non-magnetic
objects made of wood, quartz or glass. The super conducting disc itself a
material that forfeits its electrical resistance at very low temperatures-was
suspended by a magnetic field produced by three electric coils. All the
hardware was held within the confines of a super- cold container of liquid
Several head-scratching scientists believe they are
eyeing a side effect of Einstein's general theory of relativity rapidly
spinning objects can pervert gravity.
Some scientists assert that they're producing a "gravitomagnetic
field." But some publications have already declared the effect as "anti-gravity."
Whether or not the phenomenon is real, measurable and
then controllable is yet to be determined. Whatever the case, many months of
tedious painstaking work is ahead, Brantley cautions.
"We've got open minds," Brantley says. "It's sort of
like playing the lottery. The only way to guarantee you won't win a lottery is
not buy a ticket. We would sure feel foolish if we didn't study this, then
have someone say later on: 'It was found 100 years ago, but the idiots didn't
recognize it. "
If the effect is real, the implications could be
staggering, both for near-term and far-future space travel ala Star Trek. "In
the far-term, if you could manipulate gravity fields, you could put a strong
field in front of you and a weak field behind you. That would mean you could
literally fall forward with propellant-less propulsion," Brantley envisions.
NASA chief: Daniel Goldin, puts on a "who knows?"
shrug-of-the- shoulders stance when asked about the space agency inquiring
into the effect. As long as NASA scientists don't spend too much money, and
the work and findings are peer-reviewed, he's supportive.
Goldin tells Final Frontier: "Continued work to
discern the true physics behind the effect is clearly needed. The NASA and
Ning Li look-see will be in full swing early this year."
"Whatever the results of the experiments, they will
become part of the breakthrough propulsion physics program." says Millis of
the Lewis Research Center. The first order of business is to identify what is
really going on. Then Millis and his group will determine if they can harness
the effect for a propulsion force.
While not discounting the phenomenon, Millis says: "This
is not the only egg in the basket. We want to look at all the possibilities,
weighing all the divergent and competing approaches."
If Millis has his way, stand by for the corrected
20/20 view of the future.
The vision: A space enterprise far more capable than
today's for reaching more destinations faster and with greater autonomy
nothing short of human travel to the stars.
Into the future-Dreaming of star travel is the first
step to get us going the right direction and at the right speed. NASA's Marc
Millis designed and built this model of a star cruiser.
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