Gary Stephenson on Gravity Control & High-Frequency Gravitational Waves – Aerospace engineer Gary Stephenson joins us to talk about Heim Theory, the Gerstenstein Effect, and a variety of potential methods of gravity control and the generation of propulsive thrust via High-Frequency Gravity Wave technologies.

Gary Stephenson also describes High Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW), which are changes or ripples in the fabric of space-time. Experiments such as LIGO explore lower-bandwidth counterparts to High-Frequency Gravitational Waves, and their existence is consistent with Einstein’s predictions. At the higher end of the spectrum, High-Frequency Gravitational Waves may either be produced by laboratory equipment as Stephenson proposes, or may naturally occur as processes inside of distant stars.

Stephenson has published extensively on this for the STAIF Conference, and done considerable research into several possible technologies to enable large-scale gravity control.

Originally recorded: March 18th, 2005

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