APEC 5/15: UAP Debrief & Gravitomagnetic Engineering

May 15, 2021| Events|4 Minutes|By Tim Ventura

Jeremy Rys presents a UAP debrief, Todd Desiato discusses FTL travel & Gary Stephenson talks about Gravitomagnetic Field Generation using High Permittivity Materials in SMES Devices. We’ll also hear updates from the Falcon Space team, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

Part #1 – Jeremy Rys – UAP Debrief

Jeremy Rys will be presenting a comprehensive overview on the emerging UAP story and how that relates to antigravity & reactionless propulsion technology. He’ll be touching on several important historical points, as well as providing the latest information on the upcoming Pentagon report and new DoD Inspector General stories. Jeremy has been studying the technology behind UFO & UAP propulsion systems for years, and has built a massive online audience on YouTube with over 110,000 subscribers who rely on his scientific & technology analysis.

Part #2 – Jeremy Rys – UAP Debrief – Q&A Session

Jeremy Rys answers questions related to his conference presentation.

Part #3 – Todd Desiato – What is Required for FTL Travel?

Todd Desiato will be exploring the scientific and technological requirements & limitations involved with Faster-Than-Light (FTL) travel, and discussing potential approaches to exceed the light barrier for travel.

Part #4 – Todd Desiato – What is Required for FTL Travel? – Q&A Session

Todd Desiato answers questions related to his conference presentation.

Part #5 – Gary Stephenson – UAP Update & Gravitomagnetic Field Generation using High Permittivity Materials in SMES Devices

Gary will begin with a review if the 2018 Hal Puthoff talk on AATIP and a review of Jack Sarfatti’s 2021 analysis for TicTac Warp Drive. He will discuss how the AATIP program has benefited his work in general, and help the audience understand some of the motivations and provide context behind my current paper related to Gravitomagnetism.

In his presentation on Gravitomagnetism, he describes a method for creating a measurable unbalanced gravitational acceleration using a gravitomagnetic field surrounding a superconducting toroid as described by Forward (1962). An experimental Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) toroid configuration of wound superconducting nanowire is proposed to create a measurable acceleration field along the axis of symmetry, providing experimental confirmation of the additive nature of a Lense-Thirring derived gravitomagnetic field. In the present paper gravitational coupling enhancement of this effect is explored using high permittivity material, as predicted by Sarfatti (2020) in his modification to Einstein’s General Relativity Field Equations for gravitational coupling in matter.

Part #6 – Gary Stephenson – UAP Update & Gravitomagnetic Field Generation – Q&A Session

Gary Stephenson answers questions related to his conference presentation.

Part #7 – Mark Sokol – Falcon Space Lab Updates & Alex Chekurkov’s Graviflyer

Mark Sokol will present updates on experimental research in the lab, along with an in-depth review of Alexey Chekurkov’s Graviflyer technology. Mark will be discussing Chekurkov’s experimental claims & YouTube demonstration videos, and providing parallels between the Graviflyer and other research paths into gravity modification.

Part #8 – Open Discussion & Ad Hoc Presentations

In this open discussion session, conference guests interested in presenting experimental info to the group are invited to participate, and our presenters are available to take questions & discuss experiments.

Links & Resources:
• Gary Stephenson: 2000 – 2020 Summary of Gravitational Work, Hardware Edition (PDF)
• Todd Desiato: Gravity From Uncertainty (PDF)
• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website