Friday, February 1, 2013

Electrogravitcs Craft at Norton AFB

In  the proceedings of the Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum - 2012, in Electrokinetics as a Propellantless Propulsion Source, Thomas Valone refers to an electrogravitcs craft reportedly demonstrated at Norton Air Force Base.  He sources this story as " “Testimony of Mr. Mark McCandlish, December 2000,” Electrogravitics II, Integrity Research Institute, 2005, p. 131

In analyzing the Electrogravitic Craft Demonstration unit (Norton AFB 1988) diagrammed in Fig. 8, it can be compared to Campbell’s and Serrano’s patented design. A lot can be learned from studying the intricacies of this advanced design, including the use of a distributor cap style of pulse discharge and multiple symmetric, radial plates with dielectrics in between. (See footnote 26 for Mark’s details.)
There is more of a technical nature, but I will leave it to you devoted researchers to read  up on this.

On a separate note, for those who are interested: the 2012 Proceedings include a paper entitled The Science and Fiction of Robert L Forward, by Charles A. Lundquist

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