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RS Electrogravitic References: Part 8 of 19.

The paper entitled the "U.S. Antigravity Squadron" paper appears with others 
in the book "ELECTROGRAVITICS SYSTEMS: Reports on a New Propulsion 
Methodology" edited by Thomas Valone (Washington, D.C.: Integrity Research 
Institute, 1994); ISBN 0-9641070-0-7. 

In addition to this paper, this book also includes the following: 

1) The 1956 paper "Electrogravitics Systems" (prepared by the Special Weapons 
Study Unit of Aviation Studies Ltd., a UK-based aviation industry intelligence 
firm). It was declassified from a confidential status some time prior to 1985 
and entered the public domain as a result of a request I placed through the 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Technical Library.

2) The 1956 paper "The Gravitics Situation" (prepared by Gravity Rand Ltd., a 
division of Aviation Studies Ltd. This includes six appendices with papers by 
various authors including the text from T. Townsend Brown's 1929 gravitor 

3) A paper by Banesh Hoffman entitled "Negative Mass as a Gravitational Source 
of Energy in the Quasistellar Radio Sources. 

4) A collection of diagrams copied from various patents by T. Townsend Brown.

You may order a copy from:
Starburst Publications, 1176 Hedgewood Lane, Schenectady NY 12309, USA

Also available from Starburst Publications is the book "Subquantum Kinetics: 
The Alchemy of Creation" (ISBN 0-9642025-0-6). Subquantum kinetics is a new 
approach to microphysical theory that utilizes concepts from the fields of 
nonlinear chemical kinetics, irreversible thermodynamics, and general system 
theory, replacing the current mechanistic foundation of physics with a 
reaction-kinetic model. This new approach resolves a number of problems that 
plague classical and modern physics also may provide some insights into the 
electrogravitic connection that Brown was researching. In particular, chapter 
9 gives some background information on Townsend Brown's electrogravitics. 

Scott, W.B. "Black World engineers, scientists encourage using highly 
classified technology for civil applications." Aviation Week & Space 
Technology, March 9, 1992, pp. 66,67. 

Brown, T.T. "How I Control Gravity." Science and Invention Magazine, August 
1929. Reprinted in Psychic Observer 37(1) pp.14 - 18.

Burridge, G. "Another Step Towards Antigravity." The American Mercury 86(6) 
(1958):77 - 82.

Sigma, Rho, "Ether Technology: A Rational Approach to Gravity Control." 
Lakemont, GA: CSA Printing & Bindery, 1977, p. 44-49, quoteing a letter from 
T. Townsend Brown dated February 14, 1973. 

Intel. "Towards Flight Without Stress or Strain...Or Weight." Intervia 
Magazine 11(5) (1956):373-374

Rose, M. "The Flying Saucer: The Application of the Biefeld-Brown Effect to 
the Solution of the Problems of Space Navigation." University for Social 
reesearch, April 8, 1952. 

LaViolette, P.A. "An Introduction to Subquantum Kinetics: Part Journal of 
General Systems, Special Issue on Systems Thinking in Physics" 11(1985):295-

LaViolette, P.A. "Subquantum Kinetics: The Alchemy of Creation." Schenectady, 
NY, 1994.

LaViolette, P.A. "Beyond the Big Bang: Ancient Myth and the Science of 
Continuous Creation." Rochester, VT:Inner Traditions Intl., 1994.

LaViolette, P.A. "A Theory of Electrogravtics." Electric Spacecraft Journal, 
Issue 8, 1993, pp. 33 - 36. 

LaViolette, P.A. "A Tesla Wave Physics for a Free Energy Universe." 
Proceedings of the 1990 International Tesla Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO: 
International Tesla Society, 1991, pp. 5.1 - 5.19.

Aviation Studies (International) Ltd. "Electrogravitic Systems: An Examination 
of Electrostatic Motion, Dynaimc Counterbary and Barycentric Control." Report 
GRG 013/56 by Aviation Studies, Special Weapons Study Unit, London, February 
1956. (Library of Congress No. 3,1401,00034,5879; Call No. TL565.A9).

LaViolette, P. "Electrogravitics: Back to the Future." Electric Spacecraft 
Journal, Issue 4, 1992, pp. 23 - 28. 

LaViolette, P. "Electrogravtics: An Energy-Efficient Means of Spacecraft 
Propulsion." Explore 3 (1991): 76 - 79; idea No. 100159 submitted to NASA's 
1990 Space Exploration Outreach Program. 

Aviation Studies (International) Ltd. "The Gravitics Situation". prepared by 
Gravity Rand Ltd. - a divison of Aviation Studies, London, December 1956.

Northrup Studying Sonic Boom Remedy." Aviation Week & Space Technology, Jan. 
22, 1968, p.21.

Rhodes, L. "Ex-NASA Expert Says Stealth Uses Parts from UFO." Arkansas 
Democrat, Little Rock, AR., April 9, 1990. 

Scott, W.B. "Inside the Stealth Bomber" Tab/Aero Books: New York, 1991.

One of the most famous researchers in this area is John Searl, who noticed 
that spinning metal would accumulate electrons on the rim, possibly through 
some kind of centrifugal thrust. The initial test was a metal disk attached to 
a breakaway coupling driven by a gasoline engine. It was carried out in the 
country and as the disk reached higher and higher speeds, tremendous 
electrostatic forces were generated which were estimated at 10 to the 6th 
volts! That's when the disk began to glow blue, broke the coupling, rose to 
about 30 feet, continued to accelerate, turned pink and shot off into space. 
Searl claims this happened with many of his early tests and as a result he 
lost the device each time. Later he learned how to control the device. The 
neat thing about it, the Searl disk is self-propelling using a magnetic drive.
-- Jerry Decker

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ANTIGRAVITY: The Dream made Reality
[The Story of John R. R. Searl]
by John A. Thomas Jr.
Published by Direct International Science Consortium 13 Blackburn, Low Strand, 
Grahame Park Estate, London NW95NG England

Available in this country through John A. Thomas, Jr. 373 Rock Beach Rd.
Rochester, NY 14617-1316
Phone: (716) 467-2694

Thomas, John A., Jr.
Antigravity : the dream made reality : the story of John R.R. Searl / by John 
A. Thomas Jr. London : Direct International Science Consortium, c1993. 1 v. 
(various pagings) : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. LC CALL NUMBER: QC178 .T46 1993
SUBJECTS: Searl, John R. R. (John Roy Robert), 1932-. Antigravity. ISBN: 
1898827990 (spiral)

NEXUS Magazine
Volume 2, Number 17
P.O. Box 177
Kempton, IL 60946
Phone: (815) 252-6464
Fax: (815) 253-6300

Extraordinary Science
Volume VI. Issue 2
ISSN 1043-3716

Aspden, Harold A. (1989). "The Theory of the Gravitation Constant," Physical 
Essays, Vol. 2, No. 2, pages 173-179. 

Aspden, Harold A. (1991). "The Theory of Antigravity," Physical Essays, Vol. 
4, no. 1, pages 13-19.

Electrogravitic Systems: Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology by Thomas 
Valone, M.A., P.E.

The Anti-Gravity Handbook
by D. Hatcher Childress

Ether-Technology: A Rational Approach to Gravity-Control by Rho Sigma

Sigma, Rho.
Forschung in Fesseln : das Ratsel d. Elektro-Gravitation / von Rho Sigma. 
Wiesbaden-Schierstein : Ventla-Verl., 1972. 272 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. LC CALL 
NUMBER: TL789 .S524 1972
SUBJECTS: Unidentified flying objects. Gravitation. ISBN: DM24.00

There is also a good book written by an Aerospace Engineer who worked for 
General Electric, named John Ackerman. The book is called "To Catch a Flying 
Star". It is available from Univelt, Inc., P.O. Box 28130, San Diego, CA. 
92128 ISBN 0-912183-03-9. 

AUTHOR:	Ackerman, John.
TITLE:	To catch a flying star : a scientific theory of UFOs / by
John Ackerman ; with a forward by Walter H. Andrus, Jr. PUBL.:	San Diego, 
Calif. : Univelt,
DATE:	1989
ISBN:	0912183039 (pbk.)

US P.O. BOX 18387	$29 yr. Canada/Mexico
Asheville, North Carolina 28814	$39 yr. other countries
I highly recommend this semi-pro publication. Buy all the back issues too! 
It's not just 'counterbary', but has articles on energy anomalies, Tesla, 
unconventional hobby projects, unconventional physics, etc. 

SPACE ENERGY NEWS	The Space Energy Association is dedicated
PO Box 11422	to the pioneering work of several sci-
Clearwater FL 34616	entists and inventors, including Nikola
Suscription info:$35, 4 issu/yr Telsa, Viktor Schauberger, T. Henry Moray, 
Editors: Donald A. Kelly	T.T. Brown, Alfred Hubbard, T.J.J. See,
Michael Marino	Erwin Saxl, Hans Coler and others.

"Antigravity" by R.M. Santilli
The Institute for Basic Research,
PO Box 1577
Palm Harbor FL 34682

Recently I had read a book from Hans A. Nieper with the title "Konversion von 
Schwerkraft-Feld-Energie" (transformation of gravity field energy). This book 
tells from transformers of the types Fluxtransformer (electrodynamic system) 
and Capacitor Discharge (solid state method). My problem is that I find 
nowhere informations about these machines. So I hope that YOU can give me 
hints whre I can find informations (books, files,articles ...) about these 
machines and theories. I am also grateful for your opinions about these theory 
and these machines. -- Michael Bell Berlin, Germany

Revolution in Technik, Medizin, Gesellschaft. English. Revolution in 
technology, medicine and society : conversion of gravity field energy / Hans 
A. Nieper. Extended ed. in English, 1. ed. Oldenburg : MIT Verlag, 1985. 384 
p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
LC CALL NUMBER: TJ163.7 .R4813 1985
SUBJECTS: Power (Mechanics)--Congresses. Translation of: Revolution in 
Technik, Medizin, Gesellschaft. Cover title: Dr. Nieper's Revolution in 
technology, medicine, and society. Includes proceedings of the Symposium on 
Energy Technology, Hannover, Nov. 27-28, 1980, and the First International 
Symposium on Non-Conventional Energy Technology, Oct. 23-24, Toronto, Oct. 23-
24, 1981. ISBN: 392518807X

Nieper, Hans A. Zur Theorie der Schwerkraftwirkungen. In "Revolution in 
Technik Medizin Gesellschaft", 

Bearden, T. E. Maxwell's lost Unified Field Theory of Electromagnetics and 
Gravitation. In "New Energy Technology", pg. 25. Published by The Planetary 
Association for Clean Energy, nc. Ottawa/Hull, Canada. 

Bearden, Thomas E. (1988). "Maxwell's Original Quaternion Theory Was a Unified 
Field Theory of Electromagnetics and Gravitation," Proceedings of the 
International Tesla Society, 1988, ITS Books. 

Moretti, Angelo. Possibility of Non-Zero Mass in Synchrotron Radiation. In 
"What Physics for the next century?" pg. 397 - Inediti No. 59, Societ_Editrice 
Andromeda, Bologna

Gunnufson, Craig. Neuere Neutrinomessungen aus der Sonne unterstuetzen eine 
neue Theorie. Lecture held at a congress on Gravity Field Energy in Toronto, 
Oct. 1981. In Nieper, "Revolution in Technik Medizin Gesellschaft", Illmer 
Verlag, Hannover

Seike, Shinichi. Lecture held at Energy Symposium in Hannover, November 1980. 
In Nieper, Revolution in Technik Medizin Gesellschaft. -----------------------

Anyone ever see Stan Deyo's book Cosmic Conspiracy? He talked about an 
ElectroGravitics society I think it was. 

These things must have some sort of high voltage resonating circuitry, in a 
round shape obviously. They can recharge over high power lines. They can 
apparently become invisible. They also must be able to change their mass so 
they can accelerate at very high rates. 

For anyone interested, he wrote a second book called "The Vindicator Scrolls" 
which contains more information. 


"Space Warps: A Review of One Form of Propulsionless Transport," 
_Journal of the British Interplanetary Society_ 42 (Nov. 1989): 533-542.

"Negative Matter Propulsion," _Journal of Propulsion and Power_ 1 (Jan.-Feb. 
1990): 28-37.

Vonsovskii, S, Ferromagnetic Resonance, 1966. Feynman, R, Feynman Lectures on 
Physics, v2, 1964 Chikazumi, S, Physics of Magnetism, 1964 Soohoo, R,
	Microwave Magnetics, 1988
Herlach, F, Strong and Ultrastrong Magnetic Fields, 1985 ---------------------

[1] The Feynman Lectures on Physics, 1963, v1 chp13 p8. 

[2] Bottcher, C., Theory of Electric Polarization, 1973, v1 pp71,289. 

[3] Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist, 1949, pp522-523. 


Feynman's Lectures Vol II Chapter 10, Page 10-8, describes an electrostatic 
effect that may be related to the Biefeld-Brown effect. Feynman shows that a 
force results on a dielectric due to the gradient of the square of the 
electrical field.

There have been quite a few people who have also looked at 'gravitationless' 
universes, such as:

Ralph Juergens, 'Reconciling Celestial Mechanics', Pensee Fall 1992. C E R 
Bruce, A New Approach to Astrophysics and Cosmogony, London 1944 
Problems of Atmospheric and Space Electricity, Elsevier, 1965 Eric Crew, 
Electricity in Astronomy, SIS Review, Vol 1 No 1-4. Earl Milton, Electric 
Stars in a Gravity-Less Electrified Cosmos 
SIS Review, Vol V, No 1.

Ian Tresman
London, UK

AUTHOR:	Driscoll, R.B.
TITLE:	Comments on the paper "Gravitational lift via the
Coriolis force" by Leon R. Dragone.
In: Hadronic journal.
JUL 01 1988 v 11 n 4 Page: 177

Paper: gr-qc/9503060
From: (Bernard LINET) Date: Thu, 30 Mar 1995 14:55:07 
Title: Vacuum polarization induced by a uniformly accelerated charge Author: 
B. Linet
Report-no: GCR-941003
We consider a point charge fixed in the Rindler coordinates which describe a 
uniformly accelerated frame. We determine an integral expression of the 
induced charge density due to the vacuum polarization at the first order in 
the fine structure constant. In the case where the acceleration is weak, we 
give explicitly the induced electrostatic potential.

Paper: gr-qc/9504023
From: Mathias PILLIN  Date: Mon, 17 Apr 1995 
10:43:50 +0900
Title: Pure spin-connection formulation of gravity and classification of 
energy-momentum tensors
Author: Mathias PILLIN
Report-no: YITP/U-95-12
It is shown how the different irreducibility classes of the energy-momentum 
tensor allow for a pure spin-connection formulation. Ambiguities in this 
formulation especially concerning the need for constraints are clarified.

Paper: gr-qc/9504041
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 95 17:22:56 SET
Title: ``Faster than Light'' Photons in Gravitational Fields -- Causality, 
Anomalies and Horizons
Authors: G.M. Shore
Report-no: SWAT-95/70
A number of general issues relating to superluminal photon propagation in 
gravitational fields are explored. The possibility of superluminal, yet 
causal, photon propagation arises because of Equivalence Principle violating 
interactions induced by vacuum polarisation in QED in curved spacetime. Two 
general theorems are presented: first, a polarisation sum rule which relates 
the polarisation averaged velocity shift to the matter energy-momentum tensor 
and second, a `horizon theorem' which ensures that the geometric event horizon 
for black hole spacetimes remains a true horizon for real photon propagation 
in QED. A comparision is made with the equivalent results for electromagnetic 
birefringence and possible connections between superluminal photon 
propagation, causality and the conformal anomaly are exposed. 

Paper: hep-th/9506035
From: Gary Gibbons  Date (revised): Sun, 27 Aug 
95 11:31:39 BST 
Title: Electric-Magnetic Duality Rotations in Non-Linear Electrodynamics
Authors: G W Gibbons, D A Rasheed -- To appear in Nucl Phys B Report-no: DAMTP 
preprint # R95/46.
We show that there is a function of one variable's worth of Lagrangians for a 
single Maxwell field coupled to gravity whose equations of motion admit 
electric-magnetic duality. 

Paper: gr-qc/9506053
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 1995 10:24:36 +0200 (CET-DST) 
Title: Euclidean Maxwell Theory in the Presence of Boundaries Author: 
Giampiero Esposito
Comments: 18 pages, plain-tex, to appear in: Heat-Kernel Techniques and 
Quantum Gravity, Discourses in Mathematics and Its Applications, No. 4, edited 
by S.A. Fulling (Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 1995)
Report-no: DSF preprint 95/31
This paper describes recent progress in the analysis of relativistic gauge 
conditions for Euclidean Maxwell theory in the presence of boundaries. The 
corresponding quantum amplitudes are studied by using Faddeev-Popov formalism 
and zeta-function regularization, after expanding the electromagnetic 
potential in harmonics on the boundary 3-geometry. This leads to a 
semiclassical analysis of quantum amplitudes, involving transverse modes, 
ghost modes, coupled normal and longitudinal modes, and the decoupled normal 
mode of Maxwell theory.

Paper: gr-qc/9507050
From: Luis Octavio Pimentel  Date: Tue, 25 Jul 1995 
11:19:44 -0500 (CDT) 
Title: Electromagnetic Field in Some Anisotropic Stiff Fluid Universes 
Authors: Pimentel L O
Report-no: UAMI-AG-95-29
The electromagnetic field is studied in a family of exact solutions of the 
Einstein equations whose material content is a perfect fluid with stiff 
equation of state (p = $\epsilon $ ). The field equations are solved exactly 
for several members of the family. -------------------------------------------

El Escorial Summer School on Gravitation and General Relativity 1992: Rotating 
objects and relativistic physics: Proceedings of the El Escorial Summer School 
on Gravitation and General Relativity (1992) Held at El Escorial, Spain, 24-28 
August 1992 / F.J. Chinea, L.M. Gonzalez-Romero, eds. Berlin ; New York : 
Springer-Verlag, c1993. 302p. LC CALL NUMBER: QC178 .E36 1992
SUBJECTS: Gravitational fields. General relativity. Astrophysics 
Chinea, F. J. (Francisco Javier), 1949-
Gonzalez-Romero, L. M. (Luis Manuel), 1962- ISBN: 354057364X (Berlin : acid-
free paper) : DM90.00 
038757364X (New York : acid-free paper) : $62.00 -----------------------------

"Propulsion Techniques: Action and Reaction", Peter J. Turchi, editor, Ohio 
State University This is the first of three volumes devoted to space 
propulsion part of a new series of titles with articles taken from the pages 
of Aerospace America. The three volume collection of over 150 articles rescues 
the insights, concerns and dreams of dozens of space propulsion experts for 
the next generation of aerospace scientists and engineers. Written by well-
known figures in space propulsion, including Werner von Braun, Martin 
Summerfield, Ernst Stuhlinger and Jerry Grey, these books provide readily 
accessible source material for design courses in astronautical engineering. 
This first volume surveys the technologies of rocketry in the traditional 
categories of liquid, solid, hybrid, nuclear and electric propulsion. 
Historical trends and cycles are displayed in each category as articles 
describe concepts and progress from the early visions of Goddard, Oberth and 
Tsiolkovsky to proposed (and re-proposed) ideas for advanced space thrusters. 
In addition to descriptions of rocket engines of various types, including 
photon and laser propulsion, associated technologies for propellants and 
space-electrical power systems are discussed.

Spring 1995, 350 pp, illus, Paperback
ISBN 1-56347-115-9
(Available from the AIAA)

I have a book from Russia that may interest you. Its in Russian and its called 
"Experimental Gravity", and is jointly authored by a father and son, S.M. 
Poliakov and O.M. Poliakov. It describes "gyro-gravity" and "ferromagnetic-
gravity" and also how to produce gravity. It's 130 pages and contains a lot of 
pictures and diagrams and equations (that's about all I understand from it). 
To judge from the pictures the Russians must have conducted a lot of research 
in this topic (Many different devices are on the pictures). The question is 
now: How do I get a translator? -- David Jonsson
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