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Dr Paul Laviolette talk on electro-gravitics

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Here is a very interesting video of a presentation by the physicist Paul Laviolette on the subjects of alternative physics theories, Townsend Brown, electro-gravitics and related matters. Dr Laviolette speaks slowly in the video, which can take some getting used to, but everything he says is worth thinking about, so if you factor in the time needed to think about what he’s saying, the talk goes very quickly!



Although LaViolette's talk is part of the ‘secret space program’ conference, the core of Laviolette’s talk is actually about physics and in particular, a theory that supports the possibility of charge affecting gravity. Ever since Einstein developed General Relativity in the early part of the twentieth century, there has been a big problem in physics. Quantum physics, the physics of the smallest of things in our universe, is solid and tested by experiment. Relativity, the physics of very large things, is also solid and tested by experiments. The problem is that they don't seem to go together. There has been a complete failure to create a Grand Unified Theory. Civilian physicists have tried their best to solve this key impasse since the 1930's but nothing convincing has appeared. Physicists have developed string theory and Loop Quantum gravity and other esoteric ideas but these theories are not supported by evidence; they are simply conjectures. It's just as the experimental physicist character Leonard in the TV comedy series ‘The Big Bang Theory’ once stated, when he was asked by his neighbour Penny if he had made any progress in his field at work that day. He replied that no one in his field had really made any progress since 1932. It’s a funny line but it also carries a note of truth; civilian physics truly has gone nowhere in nearly a century.

In his presentation, Laviolette explains that Einstein worked out how mass affects gravity (a big part of General Relativity) but the great man could not explain if and how charge affects gravity. According to current civilian physics, charge cannot affect gravity. And yet there is tantalising evidence, even in the public domain, that high levels of charge do affect gravity. This ability of highly-charged objects to alter or defy gravity can be seen, seemingly, in the Hutchinson effect, named after a very clever and eccentric American. His experiments seem to show that highly charged objects can literally defy gravity and there are videos of those experiments on YouTube. Another example of someone seemingly defying gravity by high-voltage charges is the strange tale of Edward Leedskalnin and his Coral Castle. Leedskalnin somehow developed an ability to move large stone blocks around, weighing many tonnes, but never published his methods. The only evidence of what was going on were the machinery he left behind after he died; it was all equipment used to create high voltages.

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But probably the most important person when it comes to the history of electro-gravitics (the alteration of gravity through electric charge) is the American Townsend Brown. In his presentation, Laviolette talks extensively about Townsend Brown’s work, the young man’s prodigal brilliance, his experiments and his eventual work for the U.S. military. Brown’s work seems to show that if an object is highly charged and the charges are separated at either ends of the object, such as in a capacitor, this can cause a gravity-hill effect. Since there is a gravity hill being created, the object therefore moves. Townsend Brown demonstrated this movement in various ways, particularly by suspending disc-shaped charged objects from wires. According to Brown’s reports, the testimony of eye-witnesses and film footage, the effect was clear and dramatic; the discs flew around on their wires at ever increasing speeds.

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In his presentation, Laviolette describes a theoretical basis for Brown's work. He explains that Brown’s experiments are sound if one accepts the theory of subquantum kinetics, which has a significantly different approach to how charge relates to gravity, compared to Relativity, and assumes the presence of an ether (something that General Relativity assumes doesn’t exist). In sub-quantum kinetics, our physical reality is not closed but part of a larger, open system, a larger reality. Consequently, events can happen in our physical reality that seem to get something from nothing because they aren’t getting something from nothing, they’re merely interacting with properties of the larger reality. In such a situation, Newton’s law that there must be an equal and opposite reaction to every action does not have to always be true. The exception is that a movement by a charged object in our physical reality can occur through an interaction between that object and properties of the larger, ethereal reality. For example, a maglev train lifts up from the ground without work being done. Laviolette explains in the video that this maglev phenomena show that charged particles affect the behaviour of gravity and seem to cause work to occur without any actual energy input. It is as if high charge alters gravity. It's fascinating stuff.

Many viewers and readers will, at this point, make the understandable comment that if such physics is correct, then why isn’t it part of science? If charged objects can move without energy needing to be supplied, why aren’t our scientists winning Nobel Prizes with such a theory? Why aren’t there companies selling us cars and planes that move around without any need for petrol? Such readers will then conclude that the lack of such developments in our society shows that Laviolette’s theory is bunk. Unfortunately, such a conclusion is naive, as it rests on the assumption that any progress in science on our planet would automatically enter the public domain and become available to us all. There is no logical reason to think that this is the case with any development that possesses real power-importance.

If Brown’s work was sound, then it must have helped the U.S. Military and its European allies immensely and allowed them to make huge strides in terms of space technology. The fact that the U.S. military paid for Brown to have 30 PhD staff, according to Laviolette’s evidence, shows how much they valued his work. Logically, if Brown's ideas were sound, then the U.S. elite must now be able to travel easily between planets, something the Lockheed Skunkworks head Ben Rich once admitted to in a talk. The science-fiction writer William Gibson once said that ‘the future is here, it’s just not yet evenly distributed’. This is almost certainly doubly true with regard to advanced travel. But, sadly, us ordinary people don't get to use this kit. We're left to work like helot-slaves and spend our money on fossil-fuel technology, money that goes straight to the secretive elite. During Laviolette’s long but fascinating talk, he puts up a slide that sums up this situation quite neatly:

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If all the above is true, then what does the future hold for the vast majority of us? Logically, the ruling elite almost certainly have a way to survive our coming climate meltdown, as they easily have the required technology and resources to complete such a project, a plan described brilliantly in the Alternative 3 documentary. They will be able to weather out our planet’s climate catastrophe for a century or two and then return to the surface of a ravaged planet whose global population has been reduced from seven billion to merely millions. Tragically for nearly all of us, it will be a global version of the Liebensraum or ‘living space’ that the Nazis so desired.

Can we stop the climate meltdown of our planet and what may be an ethnic cleansing of the vast majority of the human race? Nearly all the evidence seems to points to a ‘no’. The Climate change denial programme, financed by billionaires such as the Koch brothers, along with the lowering of the oil price, blanket propaganda by the commercial media organisations and other factors together make the job of stopping climate change almost impossible. But it's still a good thing that we talk about this coming disaster for if we do, there's a greater chance that something positive can be done for the vast majority of humanity. Whatever happens or is really happening, we need to do something soon; time is most definitely running out.