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Click the above link to find out more information. Presentation by Glen A. Robertson aka: "Tony" who used to be an Aerospace Engineer NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center
This video is not mine this is for reference purposes, this video is from the First Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/drwelbymd1, it was difficult to listen to with the buzzing sounds and with my cheap broken headphones. But I do ask anyone who is interested in science to take a serious look at everything. Either there was something wrong with the recording device, or maybe whoever taped this obviously could have made a clear recording but they wanted to have the buzzing so loud so nobody would finish watching and get accurate details. More research is needed! Check all the Sources connect the dots!
Compare the earths magnetic field to the diagram of the Light Speed Model the video.
Eugene Podkletnov's research has been closely followed by NASA, and a replication of the initial superconductive gravity shielding test was attempted in 2001 by NASA's Ron Koczor and Tony Robertson of NASA Glenn research center, who performed tests on a superconductive disk designed by Podkletnov and built by SCI Engineered Materials.
NASAâ€™s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, began its own study in an attempt to recreate Podkletnov configuration. The study ran from 1995 to 2002, but was â€œunable to complete the needed test hardware with the resources available.â€ The funding stopped. Private funding supposedly did allow for a completed apparatus and published the results in 2003. â€œUsing equipment 50 times more sensitive than available to Podkletnov, the group found no evidence of a gravity-like force.â€ Podkletnov then made the assertion that a force beam could be created by applying high-voltage discharges near superconductors. However, the claim is unsubstantiated according to Paul A. Gilster of the Tau Zero Foundation, who wrote Chapter 1 of the textbook. Gilster does credit Podkletvov with bringing a combination of both energy and skepticism to the subject (of antigravity)
Podkletnov is discussed in a new ($130) textbook entitled Frontiers of Propulsion Science which is volume 227 of the series, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics Series, which is published by American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). The AIAA was founded by Dr. Harold Puthoff. He has connections with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), CIA , DIA, Scientology and possibly more.
Chapter 5 of the textbook is entitled Gravitational Experiments with Superconductors: History and Lessons. A cursory read of it makes clear the extreme difficulty in measuring slight changes to the gravitation field when dealing with low temperatures and rapidly spinning superconductors. Podkletnov used liquid helium while some analyses by others were done with liquid nitrogen. Liquid helium is much colder than liquid nitrogen. He worked with yttrium barium copper oxide ceramics (usually refered to as YBCO, but the formula is actually YBa2Cu3O7-x) that were spinning at 5,000 revolutions for minute (rpm), with the first paper of interest entitled
A possibility of gravitational force shielding by bulk YBa2Cu3O7-x superconductor
All Research into The term breakthrough propulsion refers to concepts like space drives and faster-than-light travel, the kind of breakthroughs that would make interstellar travel practical.
Dr. Eugene Podkletnov -- Full Length Uncut Fixed (2004)
Rare interview of Dr. Eugene Podkletnov was filmed at Tampere Technical University in Finland, early 2004.
Born out of a small research program in 1939, the Manhattan Project eventually employed more than 130,000 people and cost nearly $2 billion. It resulted in the creation of multiple production and research sites that operated in secret. Remember, Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek was a 33rd Degree Scottish-Rite Freemason. What Enterprise Do you Think? Barack Obama said "I grew up on Star Trek. I believe in the final frontier."