Discovered in 1918 by a professor, electrogravitics has been put to the test decade after decade by aviation industries and the military. It is an anomalous propulsion force from a high voltage capacitive charge, similar to an electrokinetic force. In the 1950s, T. Townsend Brown recommended a "flying wing" model to the Naval Research Lab for its implementation and years later, the B-2 bomber fulfilled this vision. Electrogravitics Systems includes historical documents, patents, and an exciting article by Dr. Paul LaViolette on how the B-2 uses such an energy-efficient, futuristic propulsion concept today.
Author: Thomas Valone
Publisher: Integrity Research Institute
Category: Technology & Engineering
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