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Um..very Impressive...any Reason You Don't Build Anti-grav Car ?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 16, 2002 08:19:32 UTC

Surely the magnets wouldn't be too expensive to
put this thing together. I really WANT a flying car.
Michael Gutchess wrote:
"A/R mechanisms may not have been explained, but they are readily observed. Anyone who has played with magnets knows that an attractive force exists. Inverse theory posits that this attractive force is the same one responsible for gravity. What a magnet does to gravity a laser does to energy, it puts the waves in phase whereby the effects are amplified. I have laid out the conceptual mechanism which explains the attractive forces. Naturally, it is theoretical and will remain so until we have a better understanding or knowledge of the ether. In any case I trust that logic will guide scientific investigation and achievement as we move forward."

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