APEC 9/25, Part #6 – Todd Desiato – Spin-Stabilized Magnetic Levitation vs. Gravity Q&A
https://www.americanantigravity.com – Todd Desiato answers questions relating to his presentation on spin-stabilized magnetic levitation and we review a collection of videos by Alexey Chekurkov.
Spin-stabilized magnetic levitation is a phenomenon of magnetic levitation whereby a spinning magnet is levitated via magnetic forces above another magnet and stabilized by a gyroscopic effect due to its spin.
In this presentation, Todd suggests that the principles underlying spin-stabilized magnetic levitation may also explain the reported levitation effects in Alexey Chekurkov’s videos. This presentation includes a detailed attempt to construct a model to explain Chekurkov’s claims based on the application of this principle.
In the Sept 25th APEC session, Mark Fiorentino discusses his model of Super Relativity, David Pares joins us from QED R&D to discuss the Variable Electromagnetic (VEM) Drive, Todd Desiato discusses spin stabilized magnetic levitation, and Mark Sokol joins us LIVE from the Interstellar Conference in Tucson with spot-interviews for this year’s conference presentations and exhibitors.
• Mark Fiorentino: https://www.super-relativity.com/
• David Pares: https://www.qed-ne.com/
• Todd Desiato: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1WSREE8Vi0q4R5U54Cx0Qg