Electrogravitic Systems

Artificial Gravity
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Electrogravitic Systems Declassified in 1990 AF WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL LABORATORIES TECHNICAL LIBRARY Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio 45433 An examination of electrostatic motion, dynamic counterbary and barycentric control . Prepared by Gravity Research Group Aviation Studies (International) Limited, London 29-31 Cheval Place. Knightsbridge LONDON S.W. 7 England Report GRG 013/56 February 1956 It has been accepted as axiomatic that the way to offset the effects of gravity is to use a lifting surface and considerable molecular energy to produce a continuously applied force that, for a limited period of time, can remain greater than the effects of gravitational attraction. The […]


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