APEC 7/10, Part #3 – Sandy Kidd – Gyroscopic Inertial Propulsion

https://www.americanantigravity.com – Sandy Kidd is a Scottish inventor and former RAF radar technician who developed a novel approach to gyroscopic propulsion in the 1980s, based on the principle that a gyroscope set at various angles could provide a lifting force.

His work has been described as being based on the principle of “force precessed gyroscopes”, and has been reviewed by Eric Laithwaite, David Hatcher Childress, Dr. Harold Aspden, Dr Bill Ferrier , and many others.

Remi Cornwall, Sandy Kidd, and Mike Gamble are the scheduled presenters at the APEC July 10th conference Event. Remi Cornwall will discuss electromagnetic propulsion involving static ExB devices and the Feynman disk, Sandy Kidd discusses his extensive work in force precessed gyroscopic inertial propulsion, Mike Gamble will present a brief history of the history of Boeing CMG’s. We will also hear updates from Falcon Space & associates, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

Links & Resources:
• Remi Cornwall: https://www.evosci.org/
• Sandy Kidd: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExCC9zZeZuY
• COFE Conference (Mike Gamble & Tom Valone): https://www.integrityresearchinstitute.org/cofe.html

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