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Spaceships that Conquer Gravity
[SNIP] Since 1953 the Canadian government's PROJECT MAGNET has been working on a GRAVITY-DEFYING VEHICLE powered by ELECTROMAGNETIC FORCES.
AT LEAST 14 UNITED STATES UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER RESEARCH CENTERS ARE HARD AT WORK CRACKING THE GRAVITY BARRIER. Convair on the West coast, Glenn L. Martin Aircraft Co. of Baltimore, MD., Bell Aircraft Co. of Buffalo, NY and Sperry GYROSCOPE Co. of Great Neck, NY. maintain teams of researchers and engineers prying into Nature's most jealously guarded secret - GRAVITY.
"Aviation is on the threshold of amazing new concepts," said the late Lawrence D. Bell, level-headed builder of the Bell rocket research planes. "We are already working with nuclear fuels and equpment to CANCEL OUT GRAVITY instead of fighting it."
Even before the famous apple fell on Isaac Newton's head, men were trying to solve the gravity problem. But from the simple pre- historic lever to the most intricate modern machinery, the best we could do was to win a temporary victory.
"What goes up must come down," said the biggest scientific brains, helpless before the mysterious gravity pull. Newton and other great physicists formulated the gravity laws, measured gravity pull and passed their findings to posterity.
But their gravity "laws" had SEVERAL EXCEPTIONS that bothered inquiring minds. Take the strange behaviour of liquids, for example.
Move your fingertip slowly toward the surface of water and watch the water JUMP UP to hug your finger. Or put a soda straw into the water and see the water level inside creep ABOVE the outside level in defiance of the earth's gravity pull.
To get an even more striking contradiction of the gravity laws, drape a towel over the edge of a basin half-filled with water. After a time the water will climb UP the towel and over the side.
These and other strange anti-gravity tricks were considered freaks of MOLECULAR ATTRACTION - phenomena QUITE APART FROM GRAVITY - UNTIL Albert Einstein came up with his Theory of Relativity.
Einstein said that molecular attraction IS REALLY NO DIFFERENT from the gravity pull of the planets and stars. He theorized that this attraction works on the same principle as electromagnetism. . . . .
. . . . The earth's magnetic field is TOO WEAK TO REPEL or PROPEL a G-ship made of ORDINARY METAL. However, current studies in the nature of magnetism point to a possible solution. Scientists believe that the answer lies in THE STRUCTURE OF ATOMS.
By RE-ARRANGING THE ATOMIC STRUCTURE we could GREATLY INCREASE THE DIAMAGNETIC PROPERTIES of the G-ship and make it travel along the magnetic lines of force like the aluminum ring shooting off the solenoid.
According to Einstein's theories, there is no end to the electromagnetic and gravitational fields of the planets and stars.
Those fields INTERTWINE in a MOST COMPLEX PATTERN but THEY ARE EVER PRESENT. Proper selection of the fields and the controlled exposure to their forces would let us navigate our G-ship in space as well as within the earth's boundaries. And the use of electromagnetic propulsion would eliminate the problem of fuel.