The concept of anti gravity, the hypothetical phenomenon of making an area or object that’s free from gravity, has been around for while-now. But since November 2020, it’s begun to be taken more seriously as scientists from NASA, DARPA, MIT, & Air Force are meeting regularly on Zoom to explore propulsion technologies of future , including anti gravity.
This won’t seem impressive initially , but it’s if you think about that the concept, for now, remains completely hypothetical.
“The Alt Propulsion community is very intersectional, and we’re sandwiched between aerospace, defense, EE , physics, UFOs, & ‘frontier science’ cultures,” said conference’s moderator & organizer Tim Ventura in an email to The Debrief. “We have folks from all of those cultures who visit conference & present, & despite the very fact that these various communities don’t always agree on some topics. We’ve been ready to avoid conflict.”
The Debrief has discovered that 22 meetings on anti gravity have taken place so far during which scientists have explored topics rang-ing from non-Newtonian propulsion to UFO. And it isn’t just anybody that’s attending these meetings.
16 of 71 participants within the November event of Alt Propulsion were current or former NASA staff & 14 others were from noteworthy institutions like MIT & Harvard University , making it all the more possible that a plausible solution to antigravity could be discovered.
Still, for now, that frontier has not been crossed as no efforts have resulted in replicable experiments. The Gravity Research Institute of Göde Scientific Foundation has offered a gift of 1 million euros for a reproducible anti-gravity experiment but has come up with nothing thus far despite a couple of close calls.
This begs question: Is antigravity achievable on Earth or is it an out-of-reach dream?