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Antigravitational Experiment Results

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Posted by Zhang Xu on July 31, 2006 05:49:40 UTC

Hi everyone!

When we talk about UFOs, a topic that can't be ignored is antigravitation, which should be studied through experiments. Luckily, the experiments can be made at home, and the results are as follows.

When the resistance is small enough, a metal wheel driven by a motor can form a gravitational field matter vortex, producing antigravitation, of which the mechanical, thermal, electromagnetic, magnetic, and optical consequences measured in the experiments guided by the theories are
1. the macroscopic quantum mechanical motion,
2. the changed temperature,
3. the changed frequency of the change in the
voltage of the electromagnetic wave signals,
4. the enlarged magnetic field,
5. the change in the voltage value of the
electromagnetic wave signals, and
6. the antigravitation induced refractive index
change effect.

Why not try making the experiments yourself and draw your own conclusions? It's nothing difficult.

For more information, please see the Antigravitation Engine Site. the URL of which is as follows.

http://xczhx.c59.zgsj.com/indexEnglish.htm

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