View Full Version : anti-gravity breakthrough from kids?

12-08-2002, 11:34 PM
Check this out: http://WWW.WDHSVIDEO.ORG/

Watch the video, it needs real player - then read the press release.

I heard about this on a science show (radio) on saturday. If it actually works, I stand in awe. Way to go kids! http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif

12-08-2002, 11:41 PM
I was thinking it was a kid at his birthday party started yelling "I wanna make a wish! I wanna make a wish!"....and you grabbed him by the ankles and spun him around and he went "wish-wish-wish".....

(You knew what he REALLY meant....but what a great time to warn him about the dangers of homonyms.... http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//smile.gif)

12-09-2002, 12:16 AM
...and English teachers in leather mini skirts. Did I say that out loud again? http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif

Alistair Hosie
12-09-2002, 08:40 AM
It always amazes me as to why we are costantly challenging gravity,I must be the only one who likes it.Alistair Thrud you wouldn't say that so smartly with our teachers they looked like female versions of Winston Churchillwith only most of them had less hair.Can you imagine that in a little leather Skirt eham I mean kilt yaaaaak

12-09-2002, 08:54 AM
Oh Gawd, Miss Piggy a school marm!

Neil Peters

Alistair Hosie
12-09-2002, 05:33 PM
miss piggy was a babe man Alistair

12-10-2002, 01:05 AM

Sorry, that image of my English proffessor always pops in my head, otherwise I get your drift brother... http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//eek.gif!

12-10-2002, 05:08 AM
Gazooks Pinky, one of these with a few 4 bores mounted on it and I can...I can...take over the world! http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif

12-11-2002, 02:10 AM
How can I build one of those?
Any chance bulding one large enough for a real vehicle? (to bring home the new machine)
How much power does it require?
Where can more info be found?
There is barely enough to know that its an Ion thruster. Alot of hype but they don't say how its done.
Anyone have first hand experience?
Thanks for posting it.

12-11-2002, 02:40 AM
We know a few things, the spooks (CIA) aka US anti-gravity & Co are wide eyed and bushy tailed! Purdue did a similar experiment in a vacuum jar - the same result, so ionized air is not the culprit. And capacitative force would not be high enough. I have no idea what the hell they did, but I would like to find out.

12-11-2002, 07:32 AM
The guy who took the movies of the abominable snowman just died. His family admitted the hoax.
Seems these kids are starting a little young.

Ragarsed Raglan
12-11-2002, 07:44 AM
Anti gravity? Jeeez we've had it on draught over here for years, 4 pints of Burton Bridge 'Battle Ale' and I just 'float' home!!


12-11-2002, 11:44 AM
RR: 4 pints = 1/2 gallon. You can't float on half gallon! http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//smile.gif.

Finding a good beer here in florida is hard. Too many politics again. The beer is the commercial slop (bud, miller etc) or artsy stuff. I long for a good thick beer, THICK HEAVY head that looks like it wnetthrough the horse twice and tastes like BEEER!!!!

But you can float on a single pint of burbon. been there!

I could be an alcoholic excepting i hate to feel even a little tipsy- I just like the taste of highly seasoned foods (not hot, just lots of seasonings), straight liquor, good strong beers and wines. Same taste in women.

12-11-2002, 12:38 PM
Up in Orlando there was a pub run by ex-Brits. You could get London ESB and Murphy's Irish Stout on tap from kegs there.

Been there a couple times when in town for trade shows.

But US folks just don't understand Ale and Beer.
BTW, try Golden Pheasant, its from the Chech republic. Good stuff

Ragarsed Raglan
12-11-2002, 12:57 PM
The reason you can't have good beer in the US is the Food and Drug commision don't allow anything that is not pasteurised!

Few years back I went to a micro brewery in Denver, they brewed on the premises and served the stuff out front in the bar. I tasted it, expecting a nice mellow 'after taste' to roll in after the first bitter crisp taste. Know what I got?...... chlorine! All that beautiful mountain spring water....and they have to use chlorinated town water because the Food and Drug commision say an Elk may have had a sh*t upstream!

Then, when the yeast and barley have done their work you gotta kill of the yeast ~ naughty, nasty life form yeast, where gonna kill ya off because we can't trust you, you may be a single cell ameoba, but you might mutate and get a brain!

Meanwhile back in the UK we can drink nice yeasty drinks where the yeast is still live an' kickin'. A doctor once told me to have beer (didn't write me a prescription though!!) when I was on a course of Anti biotics; seems that the AB's kill off the 'flora' (i.e. bugs) in the gut and this is the cause of constipation when on AB's. The yeast, being a life form, helps to replace the flora in the intestines, and helps you poop again.

That Cezch stuff is high octane!


[This message has been edited by Ragarsed Raglan (edited 12-11-2002).]

12-11-2002, 03:46 PM
RR: You R rite! We have allowed ourselves to be over sanitized. Wish good raw milk were legal, and I used to make home brew beer. Was not consistant quality but the few times I hit it right ......!!!!!!! http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//smile.gif

Pity is, Japan, Korea, VietNam, Philippines all produce good beer for local consumption in seveal cases, the brew is under the direction of a greman brew miester. But the export stuff (sold aboard USA military bases as well as in USA) was NG.

Some day I am gonna drink in a real PUB!

Ragarsed Raglan
12-12-2002, 06:32 AM

You can be my guest any day you care. I'll take you to some of the finest public houses that exist in England. Better make it soon though ~ as always, where America leads England follows; not sure how long before we get sanitized.

I was brought up, as was my son and daughter, on farm fresh unpastuerised milk. Never had a serious stomach ailment in my life, when all around me have been dropping like flies. Few years back I went to Brazil (Sao Paulo) for the Brazilian F1 GP. 3/4 of the team went ill with food poisoning, it was only the older guys like myself who had been brought up 'the country way' who were OK.

I believe you have to regularly challenge the bodies immune system, otherwise it weakens and withers. Is it no co-incidence that AIDS is a disease of the sanitized age??


12-12-2002, 06:54 AM

They planned it that way - less pensions to pay.

BTW - the Human body has around 100 trillion cells only 10 trillion of them are human. The rest are "wildlife".

I am hoping to be declared a sanctuary soon so I can get free funding. http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif

Guiness - Love it. Scotch - love it. Scotch just tripled in price. The only beer "affordable" now is the local stuff $20/dozen. At least it is 8.3% alchohol. I need to drink 4 cases of American beer to get buzzed (tapwater - ugh) or one glass of Ice wine.

12-12-2002, 07:54 AM
You know guys,

If you want good beer in the US, just make it yourself. Very easy, very good...

12-12-2002, 11:33 AM
If you want really good beer, go to Canada, try Sleemans. It's really great.


12-12-2002, 12:45 PM

This thing got me curious so I looked around for a few "seconds" on google and accidently found this:

www.americanantigravity.com (http://www.americanantigravity.com)

Is this a new form of plagiarism ? Their craft is basically the same in structure.

I can recall doing experiments with a VanDerGraf generator and spinning rods. You could take a small diameter steel rod, bent into outward arms, balanced on a pin in a center-punch mark, with an old NE2 neon bulb at each end. The thing would spin like a son of a gun while the lights glowed brightly. This was caused by corona discharge pressure though and I don't know if there is any relation to ion wind.


Alistair Hosie
12-12-2002, 12:47 PM
Ragarsed will take you to the rovers return and you can drink sweet stout with Ena sharples http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif come to scotland were the beer if its too weak is used as paint stripper and when you go for a tinkle afterwards you take the enamel of the potty Alistair P s noh that a'hev tried it mashsell

12-12-2002, 09:09 PM
Antigravity, hmm....... Could this be the perfect way to move heavy machinery?????

12-12-2002, 10:07 PM
I don't know. I remember a show a few years back about that Lassard guy in Vegas that claimed to have worked in area 51, but seemed to have no past record of education anywhere, owned a King Corvette, A jet Dragster, and his 1040 form said he made $6,000 from the department of defense. When they tried the find out what two codes on the stub meant the IRS agent was told to cease and desist by the NSA. The point was that company was mentioned as being a black ops funded company and it may have been them that developed the ION drive that was tested in space a couple of years ago.

Sometimes the best way to keep a secret is to count on human nature not to believe what is shown to them outright. Pessimistic bastards and short sighted nincompoops abound. Easy.

Just don't suddenly change your coke formula - sneak the new on in over the years so the nincompoops don't even notice. Short attention span - our other fine trait! http://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net//biggrin.gif

But then, maybe all that I read in that KGB brainwashing manual was just a lie...

[This message has been edited by Thrud (edited 12-12-2002).]

12-13-2002, 03:54 PM
To all,

Well, against my better judgement I have come back to this site before finals are over... and gee... I am getting sucked in once more! All I wanted to do was take a short break... amazing how time flys when your in this site... could use some 4th dimensional dampeners!

Anyway, the beer here in Boulder, Co is as good as I have had in the states... I won't even say how good it has been outside of this country.

FYI the Japanese beer is good because they learned directly from the Germans... I have stumbled (not floated) out of a few Beir Hauses in Tokyo not all that long ago.

As far as the anti gravity issue... While I did not read the American Anti Gravity web site... Thrud... I would say at a glance.. you are right! Seems to be plagerism of some form.... AND thanks for the resource info... I am going to check this stuff out after exams!

Anti gravity... it needs a real definition.. ion propulsion is not what I would call anti gravity. Hoax... maybe... in the mean time I will have to believe that true anitgravity can be accomplished.

Why screw with gravity... hmmm from what little I know so far in my academics... the Physics people have so far not been able to account for it in the "Standard Model." Quantum Theory helped put a lot of the missing pieces of our world into place... but as to date... since we do not understand completely how gravity is involved in our world there are many question left to be answer. This is what I know so far.

There was, I believe a Canadian, amature physicist by the name of Hutchinson or Hutchins... my mind is fried from school sorry... he evidently made some things fly off his table at his home. It was caught on tape and was analized to not be a fake. Hutchins was investigated by government types and was never able to reproduce the same results. Oddly though, some of the materials that did "fly" (and I am talking of things like steel bars of good heft) had changed molecularly... soft and puddy like.
Today it is known as the "Hutchins or Hutchinsons effect" and no one still knows for sure how it happened.

My one professor for next semester is in the Gravity group here at CU... I have personal intrest in the topic of gravity and I will be talking to him through the next couple of years... I will pass on whatever I learn.

So, now that I have killed more time than I wanted... I will go find some beer (thanks for the positive influence!) and get to studying German and Calculus as those are my two finals tomorrow (Saturday for those of us state side).

Take care! Don't get too deep with the topics... it is the Holidays you know!


I will come out to play Saturday evening!