APEC: 11/13, Part #8 – Tachyon Aerospace Inertial Propulsion Drive

https://www.americanantigravity.com – Robert O’Keefe from Tachyon Aerospace in the United Kingdom joins the discussion to talk about his team’s innovations with inertial propulsion apparatus.

The Tachyon Aerospace device described by Robert O’Keefe uses an off-center rotating bucket system to produce upward thrust. The device does not completely lift off the ground, but O’Keefe claims that weight is greatly reduced on one side of the device while the other side does not increase in weight by the same amount (the overall weight is thereby reduced).

APEC is the Alternative Propulsion Engineering Conference, sponsored jointly by the Falcon Space Program & American Antigravity. This is an engineering-level conference focused on technology development for antigravity, gravity-modification & breakthrough propulsion physics. Concepts being explored include the Alzofon gravity control, superconductors & gravitomagnetism, the Biefeld-Brown Effect, Mach’s Principle & inertial propulsion, and more.

This event was organized by the Falcon Space Program, which includes Mark Sokol, Jeremy Rys, Wayne Ojala, Jerimiah Popp, Nam Tran & Todd Desiato. Event moderation by Tim Ventura from American Antigravity.

Additional contributors to the November 13th event include:
• Paul Murad (Morningstar Applied Physics)
• Bill Alek (Intalek)
• Ron Kita (Chiralex Research)
• Robert O’Keefe (Tachyon Aerospace)
• Tania Slawecki (Institutes of Energy and the Environment)
• Franklin Hu (Theory of Everything) Learn More:
• Falcon Space Program: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqkHVDO55Lj4w-DTO762HhQ
• Alien Scientist: http://alienscientist.com/

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