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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Anti-gravity

The antigravity is a volumetric compensation of the gravity and the motion inertia without a support. The antigravity is provided by the aetheric flows (see «Weight and weightlessness») but rather the vortices.

The antigravity effects of the aetheric vortices were found many times:

  • A quote from Tesla's manuscript: «When working with the generator of ether vortical objects I observed one very odd phenomenon. When it's turned on I could feel a wind blowing towards the generator. I decided to investigate this phenomenon. I rolled up several newspapers before igniting and immediately extinguishing them. There was a thick smoke coming from newspapers. With these reeky newspapers I went around the generator. The smoke came to the generator from any spot of the laboratory. And the smoke disappeared near to the generator. At first, I thought the reason relates to electrostatics. But having considered this phenomenon I concluded: electrostatics could not be able to cause these phenomena at such a long distance from the generator. Then I supposed: - the Generator lessens the compression of ether through impact to the ether (gravity) ! I constructed big scales to make sure of it. One side of the scales was positioned over the generator. In order to exclude any electromagnetic influence of the generator the scales were made out of highly dried wood. In order to protect against electrostatic field of the generator the scales were worked up by graphite powder. After I accurately balanced the scales I turned on the generator. The side of scales that was over the generator began rapidly to go up. I turned off the generator. The scales went down and began to swing until it was fully balanced out».
  • Hutchison effect, which uses the Tesla coils.
  • Grebennikov’s CSE.
  • Podkletnov effect. A superconductive ring, which is suspended within a magnetic field due to the Meissner effect (magnetic levitation), rotates on its axis at a high speed. This device is similar to the axion field generator of A.A. Shpielman. The weight loss due to the dynamic pressure of the vortices is 1%.
  • Ning Li, an american scientist of the chinese descent, also researches the Podkletnov effect.
  • Searl's disc.

The antigravity based flying vehicles, which are called "vimana" (see "Tech of Gods"), were known to the ancient Hindus. The manuscripts about the vimanas appeared in Europe since the times of British colonization of India, but they were not understood well enough.

The general principles of all the vehicle designs, which are described further in detail:

  • Aetheric vortical machine produces a global annular macrovortex with a vertical axis. An ascending aetheric flow covers a most heavy central part of the vehicle, and a descending flow covers a least heavy peripheral part and/or the environment. The result is a lift force, which compensates the gravity fully or partially together with the additional engines.
  • A payload, including a crew, is located on the vortex axis, where the aetheric flow is more homogeneous, and its direction almost coincides with the thrust vector. Furthermore, there is a minimum electrostatic field.
  • The horizontal thrust is produced by tilting the thrust vector like in the helicopter.
  • Stabilization and orientation are provided partly by the gyroscopic effect of the machine rotor and partly by a controlled horizontal thrust.

The antigravity effectiveness of such vehicle depends on the mass distribution over its volume:

  • Maximum mass density should be focused on the vortex axis closer to its center.
  • Working mass of the machine should be most lightweight, because there is no a lift force practically. The high effectiveness is achieved by using a gas and a plasma like within the natural plasmoids.

For a column of density \(\rho\), of height \(h\) and of a horizontal cross-section \(S\), the energy of an aetheric flow of density \(ρ_A\) is equal to a work against the gravity force or the g-force with an acceleration \(g\): \[S\int_0^h{\rho_A v^2\mathrm{d}l}=gS\int_0^h{\rho\,l\mathrm{d}l}\tag{1}\] Hence a half of the pressure of the homogenous column is equal to a constant pressure of the aetheric flow: \[\frac{\rho gh}{2}=\rho_A v^2=\varepsilon_0 B^2v^2\tag{2}\] Assuming an ideal case \(v=с\), the antigravity for a water column (or a man) of height 2 m requires a magnetic flux density of 0,1 T. A compensated acceleration of 50 g of a water column of height 0,5 m (transverse dimension of a man) requires a magnetic flux density of 0,4 T.

Such vehicles are classified, because of their incredible tactical advantages over the conventional vehicles, which are supported by an air or a jet:

  • Arbitrary motion is limited by the speed-dependent resistance of the environment.
  • Theoretical possibility of the full g-force compensation during any maneuver or acceleration.
  • Low sensitivity to the weather conditions, because a support by the air is not used.
  • Absence of the altitude ceiling and almost the same maneuverability at any altitude.
  • Arbitrary energy source. For example, the nuclear energy allows the effective space missions.
  • Ability of the underwater motion.
  • Low noise and thermal radiation together with the stealth technology provide the stealth reconnaissance and the sabotage operations.

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