Anti-Gravity Propulsion Box In Top Secret Dutch Labratory, UFO Sighting News. pt 1/5
- uploaded: Sep 5, 2013
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This is part 1 of 5 videos. An anonymous individual referring to himself only as "S.F." has posted a series of videos detailing experiments performed on a gravity defying black box along with propulsion characteristics. He claims that it violates Newton's laws producing action without reaction!Internet videos of devices claimed to break the laws of physics are pretty common these days. However, once in a while one comes along that makes you look twice. An anonymous individual identifying himself only with the initials "S.F." has posted a series of enigmatic videos of a very curious black box. During the video, tests are performed on this black box and a voice over describes the technology. Watching the videos you will see a remotely controlled black box move across low friction surfaces such as water, spheres resembling ping-pong balls, and what appears to be glass marbles. In each situation there is no apparent "reaction" from the movement of the black box. For example, when it is placed on a transparent platform (free to move in any direction) the black box will not push the platform backwards as it moves forward. Instead, it will pull the platform along with it. In another video you will see the box (which is claimed to weigh one pound) push against a concrete block. The result is the concrete block moves a substantial distance without any apparent reaction force. During the video, the device is described as representing a gravity control technology that produces action without reaction. Gravity is actually claimed to be produced by the box via the use of solid state components. This reaction-less propulsion mechanism is claimed to be more efficient than any current technology used today and can be used to produce motion in any direction, potentially including up or down. S.F. claims that this technology can allow for travel through any medium including water, gas, and the vacuum of space.
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