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By Pierre Sinclaire

From: NEN, Vol. 5, No. 3, July 1997, p. 13.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1997 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
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Pierre Sinclaire, "Construction of the Gravito-Magnetic Device", NEXUS, vol 4, no 4, June-July 1997, pp 44-46, 5 figs.


In this short paper I would like to convey enough information to help anyone who would like to undertake research into the Gravito-Magnetic Device (GMD). I will give a brief description of the hardware and the theory behind the GMD. I will talk about various researchers who have come up with very similar theories and results.


Sinclaire provides highly-detailed drawings but due to printing size the details are not sufficiently clear for some of us to use. However, there is a note: "For better detail, visit the Project Magnet web page at" The type of effect that is being utilized is "the principle of opposition of magnetic fields at vector angles." The various researchers mentioned by Sinclaire are John Searl, John Hutchison, W.J. Hooper, Floyd Sweet, Wilbert Smith, and Tom Bearden. I have talked to Searl and Hutchison and they do not have viable, scientific theories. If my information is correct Hooper and Smith are dead. Floyd Sweet, if he had a great secret, took it with him when he died. That leaves Tom Bearden to tell us how this device works. Tom, NEN readers would appreciate a short explanation from you.

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August 7, 1997.