Tuesday, August 22, 2006

fluxite & steorn

Fluxite, looks like a wild goose chase.

Steorn, might be an ad campaign.

According to a comment on ZPenergy, someone tried to prove fluxite and was boggled by a problem with dimensions.

Steorn, born again of the dotcom bust was an ad company capable of swinging a campaign like this.

The lesser of two feebles?

The proof is in the proving.

And both are ASKING to be proven. Instead of announcing that it's been proven.

Fluxite and Steorn, for different reasons, two entities entering the quest for gravity control. The former exposing its patent for free. The latter, patent pending.

We have become skeptical for good reason.

People keep trying to screw with our quest for truth.

Friday, August 11, 2006

perturbing the aether in a small way

Alexander V. Frolov claimed success in perturbing the aether and time but could not get a patent in Russia on the grounds they said were impossible. The year was 2003.

Meanwhile, we were in contact with Professor Hal E. Puthoff, Director of the Institute For Advanced Studies, Austin in Texas. We asked if we might include him as part of our living scientists into antigravity to which he said, ok, as now posted on gravitycontrol.org.

We thought, if we could put these guys together we might just get off the ground. Frolov could reprove his earlier experiment and Dr Hal could validate it.

Perhaps a little less than two months have past, the amount of time Alex Frolov estimated it would take to conduct the experiment. And if successful, again, his experiment would be a POP for Project Unity.
Antigravity research

Perturbing the aether and altering time sounds like a mean and clever chore. It will be a triumph for Alexander V. Frolov and a big boost for Unity.

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