Boeing, Dr. Eugene Podkletnov, & anti-gravity

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Jane's Defence Weekly http://jdw.janes.com/  "Boeing, the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, has admitted that it is working on experimental anti-gravity projects that could overturn a century of conventional aerospace propulsion technology if the science that underpins them - science that senior Boeing officials describe as "valid" - can be engineered into hardware." [Cont...] http://jdw.janes.com/

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Monday, 29 July, 2002

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/2159487.stm  Q&A: Boeing and anti-gravity ... The aircraft manufacturer Boeing is reported to be investigating anti-gravity research. But our science correspondent Dr David Whitehouse says jumbo jets are unlikely to start floating off the ground any time soon.

 What has fired the interest of Boeing?

According to company documents seen by the respected journal Jane's Defence Weekly, Boeing is intrigued by the [experiment] of Russian Dr Eugene Podkletnov. It wants to see if it really is possible to build an "impulse gravity generator". [Cont...] http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/2159487.stm

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NASA Developing Antigravity Device :

"... Marc G. Millis added the agency would keep an open mind. The message of history, he continued, is that new insights can come from the most seemingly unlikely directions. By definition, no one can predict from whence the next revolution will arise." [Cont...] http://www.cosmiverse.com/space03260201.html

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SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS
http://www.padrak.com/ine/BTPPAPER.html  New possibilities have emerged in recent scientific literature that have reawakened interest toward conquering the goals described above. [Breakthrough Propulsion Physics] These include theories that suggest that gravity and inertia are electromagnetic side effects of vacuum fluctuations (Haisch 1994 and Puthoff 1989), anomalous experimental evidence suggesting a possible gravity altering affect from spinning superconductors (Podkletnov 1992), theories suggesting that faster-than-light transport may be possible using wormholes (Morris 1988) or using warp drives (Alcubierre 1994), and a theory suggesting that sonoluminescence is evidence of extracting virtual photons from vacuum fluctuation energy (Eberlein 1996). These are in addition to older theories about creating propulsive effects without rockets (Bondi 1957 and Forward 1963).

In addition, there have been workshops (Bennett 1995, Evans 1990, and Landis 1990), recent surveys (Cravens 1990, Forward 1990, and Mead 1989), suggested research approaches (Cramer 1994, Forward 1984 and 1996, and Millis 1996), and even some exploratory experiments (Millis 1995, Schlicher 1995, and Talley 1991) on this subject. And recently, a non-profit society, the Interstellar Propulsion Society, was established to provide a collaborative forum to accelerate advancements toward these goals (Hujsak 1995). [Cont...] http://www.padrak.com/ine/BTPPAPER.html

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See also: "Spin wave technology and devices for power generation, propulsion, signal processing and communications via electromagnetic particle spin interactions involving changing spin axis orientations."  by  Vasant Corporation http://www.spinwaves.com/

And...
Dr. Eugene Podkletnov
http://google.yahoo.com/bin/query?p=Eugene+Podkletnov&hc=0&hs=0