- NOTE: Many have written saying
that this is a hoax as wires can be seen supporting the kite. Yes, indeed,
that is how current is delivered to the device. It is not inconceivable
that at some point transmitted energy sources will make such antigravitic
devices entire untethered. You can read more about this at the URL below,
which tells you how to build your own Ion propulsion 'lifter'.
- Dear Jeff,
- I believe that you might be interested in doing an article
or news item about a new type of Antigravity technology that I am testing
in the Seattle area. The technology involves an electromagnetic method
of generating propulsion called a "Lifter" -- and unlike other
people who have various claims about various devices, this one works. I
am working with a variety of reputable physicists including Hal Puthoff,
Jack Sarfatti, and Eugene Mallove to describe the underlying physics behind
this antigravity device, but at the moment the exact method of operation
remains a mystery.
- In fact, Lifter technology works SO WELL that people
all over the world are replicating the experiments from the complete plans
I've posted on my website at www.americanantigravity.com .
- My website is the primary source of information for many
people to stay up to date about advances in my research in this technology,
and I am hoping that you might be able to mention it so that I am further
able to help popularize this technology.
- The mpeg video clip that I have attached is of a recent
outdoor test that I performed. The device in the test consumes about 20
watts of power -- less than half of a regular light-bulb's consumption.
This technology isn't magic, and it isn't lifting freight yet -- but I
am working with Information Unlimited in New Hampshire and Transdimensional
Technologies in Huntsville to come up with bigger and better prototypes.
- My goal with Lifter technology is to develop a vehicle
for urban transport. The technology offers a silent, solid-state method
of transporting things from point to point, and unlike the maglev, it doesn't
need a track. The lifter doesn't levitate -- it flies. I use 3-foot tethers
in my tests to keep it down because the power-supply is externally fed.
- I've already demonstrated this to a few hundred people
at the Seattle Center 2 weeks ago, and been on King 5 TV Washington news
as a feature story, and the response was overwhelmingly positive -- I think
that your viewers will be just as intrigued as they were.
MPG VIDEO (1.3 megs)
- For more video footage: www.americanantigravity.com