Investigation of high voltage discharges in low pressure gases through large ceramic superconducting electrodes
Evgeny Podkletnov, Giovanni Modanese
Comments: PDF, 18 pages, 5 figures. Final journal version. Regrettably, there are two misprints. The correct version is as follows. Page 8, 1st paragraph: "Taking an emitter area ... one finds j=10^6 A/m." Page 8, 2nd paragraph: "The electrostatic energy ... is of the order of 10^3 J."
Journal-ref: J. Low Temp. Phys. 132 (2003) 239-259
Subjects: General Physics (physics.gen-ph)
2. arXiv:physics/0108005 [pdf, ps, other]
Impulse Gravity Generator Based on Charged YBa2Cu3O7−y Superconductor with Composite Crystal Structure
resonant frequency for the Meissner field (Afforded Frank Znidarsic insight to his near-field relativity concepts)
21:00 --> “But to be absolutely honest now, after twelve or fifteen, already, years of research in this field, we came to the conclusion that it is not necessary to use superconducting materials in order to modify the gravity field. We can use rotating magnetic fields, and we can turn to normal conductors, which is much easier, much easier, and uh, ah, this method has a lot of advantages.”
So we use superconductors just as model materials because we can put different magnetic fields inside, and we can freeze magnetic fields inside the material. So this is just the unique properties of the Sc that we use.
So it's possible still, ah, to base the research on superconductors, but we can go further. And in order to create flying vehicles, or impulse gravity generators, we can use normal materials.”
We can use normal materials.”
48:10“I just wanted to emphasis that it is not necessary always to use SC materials for the gravity research, but these materials is very good for model materials, we can practically create whatever magnetic fields we want, and use the principles of Bose-Einstein condensate.
As far as we understand how the system works, we can move to normal material, because, the key to polarizing space is also rotating magnetic fields, which work in a certain resonance cycle, and uh, in order to create these conditions we don't need superconductors, we just need normal materials.”
From the wiki author... if you understand the significance of this information, contact me.
The following is the same long interview in sections on Youtube.
Part 1 of 5
Part 2 of 5
Part 3 of 5
2 megavolt discharge onto superconductor ~4:00
Research of Giovanni Modanese ~4:30
64 times faster than light speed ~5:05
Interact with light Aug. 2004, Journal of Low Temp Physics
Beam can bend metal. ~6:25
"A mind is like a parachute —it only works when open." ~14:25
Part 4 of 5
AlienScientist | October 18, 2010
This rare interview of Dr. Eugene Podkletnov was filmed at Tampere Technical University in Finland, early 2004. This interview, believe it or, not was conducted by Richard Heene. Before he was known as "Balloon Boy's Dad", Richard was an amateur scientist who flew to Finland in 2004 to interview Dr. Podkletnov. (Heene's voice can be heard in the background as the one asking some of the questions)
For more complete background Information on Dr. Eugene Podkletnov and the subsequent drama of competing theories from a variety of different researchers who jumped on the band wagon, please visit:
I posted this interview for the benefit of scientists and researchers out there who are getting into this field, and I encourage everyone to do their own research in addition to the information provided by Dr. Podkletnov and myself. I also recommend making a review of Frank Znidarsic's Work:
This is a serious, open and emerging field of physics and I encourage those who are young to get involved Now so they can ride the wave into the future and help be part of something extraordinary which will go down in History forever...
Here is a written transcript of the questions some people had trouble hearing.
Thanks to YouTube.com/user/gullungen84
Part 5 of 5
00:18 Bill and Eric Laithwait
Imperial college, 25 kilo gyroscope, holding on his finger.
Fired two month's after gyro demo.
Got ill and passed away after coming to America.
Modern science is like whole inquisition. That's why I am a bit afraid." ~2:20