APEC 3/12: Lazar, Gravitomagnetism & Biefeld-Brown

Conference Details

Ron Evans will discuss gravitomagnetism and its role in gravity propulsion, Riccardo Storti will provide analysis on Bob Lazar’s UFO tech claims and Todd Desiato will discuss his experimental research into on Biefeld-Brown & Lifters. Mark Sokol & Falcon Space provide detailed lab updates and the results of their latest experiments, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

12:00PM PT – Ron Evans – Gravitomagnetism & Its Role In Gravity Propulsion

Ron Evans, the former head of BAE Greenglow, will begin with the importance of analogues, understanding gravitomagnetism, what is inertia, free-fall, Lazar’s claim, the effective mass of a photon and Einstein’s gravitational red-shift. Lastly, he will speculate about how a gravity field might be generated electromagnetically. In revealing this theoretical idea, briefly mentioned in his book, he is looking for the experimenters in the audience to help by testing the idea.

2:00pm PT – Riccardo Storti – Analysis of Lazar Propulsion System Claims 

In this presentation, specific assertions made by Bob Lazar regarding EM propulsion he claims to have observed at S4 (part of the Area 51 complex), are tested against the EGM Construct.

4:00pm PT – Todd Desiato – Lifters, Ion Clouds & Tesla Coils

Todd Desiato presents an overview of his continuing research into the Alexey Chekurkov’s Graviflyer, and in this presentation he presents ideas related to lifters and ion-propulsion. His goal is to verify the model that when the disk is negatively charged, it will repel the ion cloud below it, and attract the ion cloud above it. Todd is also building an interesting lifter with a corona-wire made from super-thin 40 AWG SS wire. Instead of a skirt, he is using a grease splatter wire screen disk, then has another 40 AWG SS wire on the other side.

6:00pm PTMark Sokol – Lab Updates

Mark Sokol and associates will present updates on their experimental research in the lab across a wide number of projects. Mark’s team continues their work on experiments to validate the Alzofon flying saucer model of propulsion, and he will also be discussing a new claim for 97% reduction in weight by an indy experimental group online.

7:00pm PT Open Discussion

Conference guests interested in presenting experimental info to the group are invited to participate at this time, and our presenters will be available to take questions & discuss experiments.


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