APEC 4/20: Space Elevator, Graviflyer & UAP Research

Conference Details

Ned Popovich will discuss Space Elevators, Tom Valone on the development of a Ufology & Astrosociology Textbook, Nathan Bunten on Graviflyer Experiments, and Dylan Freeman of RAEFOS Network will discuss the UAP Phenomenon from A to Z! We’ll also be hearing updates from our lab partners and finishing off the event with an open discussion by conference attendees!


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12:00pm PT – Ned Popovich – Space Train: A Novel Solution To Space Elevator Technology

Ned will provide a brief overview of current space access challenges and historical background to space elevator concepts, including the definition of a space elevator, key components, and advantages over traditional rocket launches. He will also provide a theoretical foundation explaining the elevator’s equilibrium point and earth’s rotation role in the concept, along with details on tether construction, transportation systems, environment and economic impacts, and the future prospects for construction of a space elevator using emerging technologies. He will also introduce the “Space Train” a breakthrough solution to space elevator challenges and a disruptive concept utilizing newsly discovered magnetic bound states of rotating magnetic fields.

1:00pm PT – Tom Valone – Development of a Ufology & Astrosociology Textbook

Tom Valone joins us to discuss the key concepts underlying a textbook he is developing to help explain the UAP Phemonenon and key principles of Exosociology / Astrosociology as part of a structured learning curriculum. Based on the ODNI recognition that UFO’s are real, and the widely accepted premise that they are extraterrestrial in origin, Tom will discuss various reports and descriptions of the craft and occupants, and explain how they fit into a categorization model for traditional learning environments.

2:00pm PT – Nathan Bunten – Graviflyer Experiments & Engineering

Nathan is part of the Graviflyer replication team attempting to recreate the work of Alexey Chekurkov, and works alongside Charles Crawford, Jarod Yates, Mike Gamble, John Scholz, Dr. David Chester, as in close collaboration with the original inventor, Alexey Chekurkov. Nathan will describe his research, and provide opinions on the best path to replication, and he approach he uses for design, construction, and testing. Nathan has a collection of Graviflyer videos on YouTube under the username “Old Man Builds”, and provides unique insights into the replication process based on his own hands-on experience.

3:00pm PT – Dylan Freeman – The UAP Phenomenon: From A To Z

Dylan Freeman is the founder of the RAEFOS Network, focused on collecting, analyzing & distributing UAP /UFO research & evidence from open sources. In this presentation, Dylan will be provided a well-need overview of the UAP phenomenon, helping to bring everyone up to speed on where things currently are. The UAP narrative is fast-paced and rapidly changing, so Dylan’s goal is to help provide a level playing field in terms of knowledge about where this topic is at, which will empower researchers & experiments to collaborate more effectively using a common knowledge base.

4:00pm PT – Lab Partners – Experimental Research Updates

Learn about hands-on engineering & technical research on advanced propulsion experiments by our lab partners. Mark Sokol & the Falcon Space team will describe recent work on NMR / EPR gravity-modification experiments, Jarod Yates & Charles Crawford will provide updates on the Graviflyer, Bryan St. Clair will discuss research being done into new inertial propulsion experiments, and other labs are anticipated to share updates as well during this time.

5:00pm PT – Open Discussion & Ad-Hoc Presentations

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.


Links & Resources

• Cover Art: “Event Horizon” by Vadim Sadovski
• Ned Popovich: Space Elevators
• Tom Valone: UAP & Astrosociology
• Nathan Bunten: Graviflyer Experiments
• Dylan Freeman: The UAP Phenomenon: From A To Z