APEC 8/13: UAPs, The Theory Of Everything & Inertial Propulsion

Conference Details

David Sereda will discuss Boyd Bushman’s hypothesis for UAP propulsion, Mike Brace will present a new approach to understanding & modifying gravity in a new physical model he has created, Mike Melia, Bryan Sinclair & Ross Small will present updates on inertial propulsion devices they are developing, and Mark Sokol & Jeremy Rys will be presenting live from the TeslaTech 2022 Conference. We’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!


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12:00pm PT – David Sereda – Boyd Bushman’s on UAPs & Advanced Propulsion

David Sereda will discuss Boyd Bushman’s hypothesis for UAP propulsion and offer his own insights with possible applications for advanced propulsion. David will describe how focused magnetism may overpower gravity. He will discuss how UAPs cause pilots compasses to spin, meaning there is a rotating magnetic field coming from the craft. He’ll also talk about the Boyd Bushman data on the Cash Landrum incident shows nuclear radiation burns on the witnesses, and discuss possible applications of diagmagnetism and paramagnetism.

2:00pm PT – Mike Brace – Gravity & Antigravity In The Theory Of Everything

Mike has derived a framework for a unified theory; an all-encompassing, coherent theoretical framework of physics that he believes offers a plausible and valid explanation for gravity, and links together the dynamic and observed physical interactions of the universe. The presentation will be based on a description of gravity and antigravity in a paper he published on his theoretical work. While his entire paper goes much further than gravity and antigravity, he will be focusing on these aspects of it for his presentation.

4:00pm PT – Mike Melia – Inertial Propulsion Research Update

Retired mechanical engineer Mike Melia will provide an update on his inertial propulsion device, which uses a primary drive delivering perpendicular rotation. In normal circumstances any peripheral force generated by this movement should manifest itself within, and as part of this rotation, but contrary to this the drive is visually creating linear thrust that is emanating at a 90% angle to the direction of rotation.

4:30pm PT – Bryan St. Clair – Inertial Propulsion Research Update

Pulsed Inertial Engine Technology is an Open Source vehicle propulsion project which builds on an Incredible framework developed by Brandson “Roy” Thornson nearly 50 years ago in the ’70s and ’80s. In this presentation, Bryan St. Clair will describe a new working prototype demo. The prototype (PIE-X or “Trammel Engine”) Is currently having some reasonably major revisions done to its internal components and he will demonstrate it in this event.

5:00pm PT – Ross Small – Inertial Propulsion Research Update

Ross has constructed a large inertial propulsion drive standing over 5 feet in height, powered by 2 large-scale electric motors. The device is currently half-completed, but does operate in an unbalanced torque mode. Ross will be doing a full operational display of the device running sideways on wheels in his experimental lab to showcase enhancements to his drive assembly.

6:00pm PT – Mark Sokol / Jeremy Rys  – Live From TeslaTech 2022

Mark Sokol & Jeremy Rys will present live and do spot interviews from the TeslaTech 2022 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference Program in Albuquerque, NM. In past presentations from this conference, spot interviews have included innovators like Mike Gamble, representatives from Kepler Aerospace, and more!

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.


Links & Resources

• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website