Scientific Conferences

There are regular conferences (several per year) being held in the U.S. and elsewhere, dealing with antigravity and electrogravitic propulsion. We give a little-noticed but pertinent example: In a nice presentation in 2001, LaPointe {535} proposed a new method for producing anti-matter. Currently antimatter production is accomplished in very large accelerators, and is therefore quite expensive. For increased experiments, a cheaper and much smaller (and much more available) process is highly desirable.

In the Klein paradox, which involves very large potential drop across a very short distance — less than the Compton wavelength of the antimatter particle — matter and anti-matter pairs are produced. LaPointe hypothesized that it may be possible to use the Casimir effect to push one side of the step into the negative energy range. He is at least thinking toward negative EM energy sources that produce negative EM fields and negative gravity in the surrounding space, without explicitly enunciating it in that fashion.

We already briefly discussed our own approach to antigravity, which is a much simpler and cheaper anti-particle producing mechanism, as demonstrated by the Sweet device. In short, overunity EM systems with COP»1.0 do produce free flows of causal (before observed) 4-positrons (still in negative energy 4-electron state prior to interaction) in local spacetime immediately surrounding the system. Consequently, LaPointe's efforts are in what we believe to be the correct direction, but he is still using a very difficult mechanism to engender the antimatter production. Also, the positrons or other antimatter sources of the negative energy fields must remain in the causal (unobserved and non-interacted) 4-state, in order to produce negative energy EM fields and potentials and antigravity.

Getting Started With Solar

Getting Started With Solar

Do we really want the one thing that gives us its resources unconditionally to suffer even more than it is suffering now? Nature, is a part of our being from the earliest human days. We respect Nature and it gives us its bounty, but in the recent past greedy money hungry corporations have made us all so destructive, so wasteful.

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment