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Jefimenko, O. (2000) Causality, Electromagnetic Induction and Gravitation. Electret Scientific Co., Star City, 47.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Review of Electrogravitics & Electrokinetics Propulsion

    AUTHORS: Thomas F. Valone

    KEYWORDS: Electrogravitics, Electrokinetics, Gravitor, Gravity, Antigravity, High Voltage, Force Production, Gravitics

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.6 No.4, April 20, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Electrogravitics and electrokinetics can be traced to T. Townsend Brown’s first article “How I Control Gravity” (Science and Invention, 1929) with the unexplained alignment of the “molecular gravitors”. Brown reported that the dielectrics had high propulsive force when the “differently charged elements” were aligned with the voltage source. Perhaps electrogravitics was also revealed in the article “Gravity Nullified: Quartz Crystals Charged by High Frequency Currents Lose Their Weight” which appeared two years earlier in the same magazine in September of 1927. The editors had a change of heart however, in the following issue, they rescinded the article. Much of what we know about T. T. Brown is from his numerous patents and articles, reprinted inElectrogravitics Systems Volume I, by this author who was fortunate to correspond with him in 1981 when he was at the University of Florida. A sample of his detailed correspondence is contained in the out-of-print book,Ether-Technology:A Rational Approach to Gravity-Controlby Rho Sigma (1977) and in the recentDefying Gravity:The Parallel Universe of T. Townsend Brown,Paul Schatzkin, (2009, Embassy Books). Also, a five-minute Brown-Bahnson Lab video online shows many of the experimental models that Brown developed toward 1960 with colleague Agnew Bahnson (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp4hygoD3RU).