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Has Bob Lazar been proven right ?
Posted on Monday, 16 May, 2005 |
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In the recent article, "How to float like a stone", science correspondent for The Guardian, David Adam wrote that what goes up no longer has to come down.
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#1 Posted by
on 16 May, 2005, 15:33
I agree 100%, This is not Anti-Gravity... I hate all these claims of anti-gravity, none are real or consistent, we dont even understand what gravity is... I believe true anti-gravity must come from the creation of a gravitational field with a negative integer value...compared to the field of the earth which has a positive integer value. Gravitational shielding would be different, although I dont know if this is possible, it wouldn't be anti-gravity. Its interesting what Lazar says...A gravity generator would seem to be a sufficient tool for interstellar travel, if you are able to manitulate gr...
#2 Posted by
on 16 May, 2005, 15:44
This was demonstrated on both Dan Rather's CBS News and CNN in April of 1997. with the use of frogs. And more about element 115 here
#3 Posted by
on 16 May, 2005, 19:14
we dont even understand what gravity is... Extraterrestrials more advanced than humans may know what it is.
#4 Posted by
on 16 May, 2005, 19:56
we dont even understand what gravity is... Extraterrestrials more advanced than humans may know what it is. 624384[/snapback] I agree with you there. Looking back over the advances of science over the past millennia; every time that there was some kind of self imposed limits to knowledge or technology time changes things and the limits are blown away. Every so often some kind of fundamental shift in the understanding of the universe and it's workings. Not too long ago we didn't know about the spectrum of light that we do know, and because of that information we have learned a great deal in ast...
#5 Posted by
on 16 May, 2005, 20:20
I think it's thanks to Einstein that there's the attitude from mainstream science that claims such as this are impossible or fantasy. There seems to be an 'end to everything' approach from the scientific community: Einstein has spoken, and that is the definitive answer to everything. Mainstream science seems very reluctant to consider that there might be new discoveries at some time in the future that do not disprove, or discredit, Einstein, but that maybe there are some things he didn't consider possible but which perhaps are, such as faster-than-light/anti-gravity technologies. So i think it...
#6 Posted by
on 17 May, 2005, 1:13
humm: the DOD has been fooling around with anit-matter, gravaton generators , and the garden viraty neutron "beams" for a few years . BOB he's a no-cred--thats for sure. but you all know that bill clinton spent $20,000 USD on a psycic spy to find nessie too !
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