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AlienScientist Interview with Frank Znidarsic


Frank Znidarsic explains his paper in this exclusive first ever interview! If this new theory turns out to be correct, it will revolutionize modern physics as we know it, bringing us a wave of new technologies just as the original understandings of Quantum Mechanics brought us radio, computers, fiber optics, cell phones, etc. The most profound aspect would have to be the fact that this theory was derived from cold fusion and antigravity experiments. Two of the technologies that will most certainly emerge from this new understanding of the physical laws of atoms. This means no more addiction to oil, and no more need for huge expensive rockets to put people in space. Clean, sustainable energy and a barrage of new propulsion technologies are in store for any understand these new laws and apply them.

Franks Paper:

VT the observed velocity in cold fusion and antigravity has to do with movement of heavy protons.
It is the velocity of sound in the medium.

The velocity we get with the elastic constant of the sq rt (K/M) has to do with the speed of sound in the electrons. It normally is a much faster velocity. This is the mode light couples with. It is the speed of light in the medium.

The solution is

speed of sound = speed of light equation #10

Some Background info about Cold Fusion for WIRED:

Please note the correlation between the nanoparticles (50nm) and the heating (infrared vibrations ~10^14 hertz)

Latest on Cold Fusion from SPWAR (US NAVY):

The latest on Podkletnov from the European Space Agency:

Yoshiaki Arata uses 50nm palladium and heats it as much as possilbe using Low end Infra Red (10^14 hertz) Again the velocity 1.094 million meters per second emerges.

Popular Mechanics on Ning Li experiment:

NASA assessment of the cost for this experiment:

Additional Links from Frank's website:

Ning Li's Profile:

Dennis Cravens Lab:

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  • Drowningtrout#

    Drowningtrout December 7, 2010 3:30:51 AM CET


  • Drowningtrout#

    Drowningtrout December 7, 2010 3:27:51 AM CET

    Actually I think this was a skype interview with Frank Znidarsic (raw tape on youtube) then it was re-edited and done to make it flow more. I think anyways.

  • Efearfull2#

    Efearfull2 February 9, 2010 6:54:11 AM CET

    Frank's research will change science as we know it. I fully supoort Frank Z's work and the work of AlienScientist of youtube. This site has several videos of AlieScientist (youtube) and does not give him cedit. My name is Edgar Fouche - Author: Alien Rapture.

  • Realorfake#

    Realorfake January 28, 2010 4:22:40 AM CET

    this whole thing sounds pre-written... which is very diconcerting

  • Cia212#

    Cia212 January 27, 2010 10:19:42 PM CET

    I've been there! Most of the problems with the audio can be solved by sitting a little farther away from the mic and paying close attention to speech patterns (the lip smacking and such). If that doesn't work, you can get a snowball for under $100 or rent a good mic at a local music store for $20 a month. Keep the info coming!

  • Conscience#

    Conscience January 27, 2010 5:11:21 PM CET

    What I sacrifice in audio quality I try to make up for with information. When you are a poor college student, you can't really afford good equipment...-AlienScientist

  • Conscience#

    Conscience January 27, 2010 5:11:11 PM CET

    What I sacrifice in audio quality I try to make up for with information. When you are a poor college student, you can't really afford good equipment...-AlienScientist

  • Cia212#

    Cia212 January 27, 2010 12:59:45 PM CET

    Why do all AlienScientist videos have such terrible sound? He pops Ps and Ts, smacks his lips and makes these gross gagging sounds. I'd pay MUCH closer attention if he'd just get a better mic and take some voice lessons. It's really not too difficult to produce quality voiceovers these days.

  • Spazomaticyeti#

    Spazomaticyeti January 27, 2010 10:41:27 AM CET

    Extremely interesting, thanks!

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