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SUMMARY OF AG WEIGHTLOSS DATA - PART II (M-Z)

By James E. Cox


SUMMARY OF AG WEIGHTLOSS DATA - PART II (M-Z)

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Copyright Antigravity News and Space Drive Technology
   Vol. 1, No. 3, November-December 1997, p. 2.
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In part 1, antigravity inventors A thru L were presented; here I will attempt to complete the list and then evaluate their work according to the following criteria: (1) Experimental evidence for a working "lab bench" model/demo of effect and practicality, (2) Consistency with prevailing theory/data, (3) Witnesses/endorsements as to functionality (for secretive inventors), (4) Publication of device in peer-reviewed journal or other, (5) other information from a patent, video or self-publication and lastly (6) success in getting funding for commercial development. The weighting factors are (1)--30%, (2)--20 %, (3)--15%, (4)--15%, (5)--10% and finally (6) is 10%. Within each criteria, the degree of meeting it (quality) is on a scale of 1 for poor, 2 for average and 3 for excellent. The total score for each inventor is obtained by multiplying the quality number times the weighting factor in (%) for each criteria and adding up the resulting six numbers to get the total score. All the scores are compared and the top six inventors are selected for engineering conceptual design and prototype development and recommendation for funding from investors. Trade studies will be further conducted to compare the six AG inventions as to efficiency, performance, reliability, manufacturabilty, market demand and cost. In the next issue we will spotlight the six winners and move forward in systems engineering the final product for sale to the public. Readers of AGN: please provide be any additional data or opinions as to which six devices should be recommended for further development! AGN exists to walk (run!) the inventor thru the well-established engineering/business cycle to get his life's work available to a customer who will be satisfied as to its utility in a competitive marketplace. Onward and upward into the next millennium!

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