From: Kelly <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 03 Dec 2002 11:45:24 -0500 Fwd Date: Tue, 03 Dec 2002 16:48:34 -0500 Subject: 'Antigravity'? Beamship http://www.wdhsvideo.org/html/press.antigravity.htm "Antigravity???" Beamship Press Release For Immediate Release Contact: Russ Gibb WDHS Student Video Dearborn High School 19501 West Outer Drive Dearborn, MI 48124 313.730.3104 firstname.lastname@example.org "Beam Me Up Scotty" Anti-gravity: Fact or Fiction? Dearborn High video/computer students are the first high school students in the world to build an "antigravity???" machine for 2002-2003 Metro-Detroit Science Fair. Yes, you can say impossible. Yes, you can say it defies Newton's 3rd law of gravity. Yes, you can say it's done with smoke and mirrors. Nevertheless three teenage Dearborn High students, Luke Duncan, 16, Ethan Rein, 17, and Jim Bergren, 16, built and flew an "antigravity???" aircraft last Sunday in the school video/computer studio. It has no fans, no jets, and no engines. It makes no sound, and yet it flies. In fact the first time that the students flew the craft it went up so fast and high that in future flights the craft had to be tethered or it just kept going up and up. The only power that is supplied to the beam ship is a thin electrical conducting wire that connects to the fuselage of the balsa wood and aluminum foil craft. At first the students thought that it was working on a theory called the ion wind, whereby electrons fly through the air displacing air molecules thereby creating a small wind effect. Yet recently a similar craft was built at Purdue University and put in a vacuum chamber but it still flew. Oops, there goes another theory. The students have been working via phone and internet with physicists and inventors all over the world to help them with their project including the Russian physicist Dr. Podkletnov who now lives in Finnland, The French Inventor Jean-Louis Naudin, American inventor Russell Anderson, President of Applied Electrogravitics, American Antigravity's Tim Ventura, their teacher Mr. Russ Gibb, Michigan Technology Teacher of the Year 2000, as well as many other people who have been building and working on lifters for years. Please note, that many respected investigators of the antigravity phenomenon dispute that beamship/lifter technology is an antigravity phenomen and say outright that it is not antigravity. Students Luke, Jim, and Ethan say "We don't know for sure what causes the craft to fly and are simply investigated the different theories." Interestingly, this year is the 100-year anniversary of the Wright brothers first flight and also in the early 1900s, Nikola Tesla, the electrical genius, and physicist George S. Piggot were doing experiments on anti-gravity. If you would like to see the craft take off and fly visit www.wdhsvideo.org and click on the picture of the craft, or contact Mr. Gibb at 313-730-3104.
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