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Offline SarK0Y

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Re: Electrogravitics – A Simplified Description
« Reply #165 on: July 05, 2012, 04:22:40 PM »
PLAYSWITHMACHINES

i don't think his experiment was something greater than it's been  :)

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Re: Electrogravitics – A Simplified Description
« Reply #166 on: July 05, 2012, 08:58:25 PM »
 ;D

The frog is a fine example of magneto-hydro-dynamics, showing that water is partially magnetic.

I'm not trying to build a spaceship (though that would be nice) i am trying to validate Brown's work.

This has for the most part already been done, now we want to move on & see if we can improve on it, learn the theory etc.
Thank you all for your input, if i had posted this on Agents, Trolls & Sycophants i would have to spend 200 pages arguing the case ::)

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Re: Electrogravitics – A Simplified Description
« Reply #167 on: July 06, 2012, 10:03:42 AM »
PLAYSWITHMACHINES

No the least evidence ever's been seen by me to say of Podkletnov's findings as an AG effect: looks magnetic glider, none of more. if ye put apparatus onto LEO, you'd get opportunity to measure magnetic forces to detect any anomalous deltas. ;) 'tis been well-known 4 hella yrs that we can interact with Earth's M-field to run levitation the way the seen. but, frankly, strong M-field always no's something easy to deal with :) Anyway, M-gliders're worthy to be R&D'ed  :) 
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Re: Electrogravitics – A Simplified Description
« Reply #168 on: July 06, 2012, 12:23:51 PM »
;D

The frog is a fine example of magneto-hydro-dynamics, showing that water is partially magnetic.

I'm not trying to build a spaceship (though that would be nice) i am trying to validate Brown's work.

This has for the most part already been done, now we want to move on & see if we can improve on it, learn the theory etc.
Thank you all for your input, if i had posted this on Agents, Trolls & Sycophants i would have to spend 200 pages arguing the case ::)

I like you. Aspects have been proven.

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