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Posted by Steve Campbell on February 23, 2002 09:29:46 UTC

A way to produce "antigravity" would be to produce gravity 180-degrees out of phase with a localized G-field, this would nullify the localized G-field, check out the experiments of bruce depalma(do a search on the web, he was an m.i.t professor) he conducted some interesting experiments with rotational masses and discovered time as well as gravity altering effects.
Also there was a guy by the name of watson if i remember correctly who patented a device which would produce a subtle change in G.
Seems to me factors such as mass and rotation certainly tie in with gravitation, james clerk maxwells original EM theory may be another clue, his theorys were simplified by O. heaviside and hertz ,they through out alot of the good stuff and the result is the restricted physics everyone accepts like holy scripture.

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