Posted on March 13, 2014 by RonMamita — Leave a comment
Over the years I have collected many reports about gravity manipulation (“anti-gravity”), as well as free energy, militarization of space, “Break away civilization“, and commercial space.
Research was Not limited to:
- The Directory:Searl Effect Generator (SEG) – SEG
Comments by John Searl about the film and excerpts from the film
- SARA and members of that team have replicated key elements of the fabled Nazi Bell technology, and have seen some anti-gravity and propulsion effects with it.
Though this sounds fantastic and unbelievable, we have to take note that SARA is not a “fringe science” group. They carry out contracts for major companies such as Boeing and Lockheed. Founded in the ’80s, Scientific Applications & Research Associates are a split-off from U.S. military-aerospace research and development, and they have multiple facilities and numerous engineers in their independent company.
- Cold Fusion Explained In Detail: A New Era in Physics and Anti-Gravity
- NASA Finally Admits to Anti-Gravity Research
- NASA Creates Anti-Gravity Field, Makes Lab Rats Levitate
- alienscientist.com – dubious efforts with theories and hypothesis using conventional (19th century accepted “scientific laws”)
Recent reports of a Giant UFO in the various regions including the Ukraine, has rumors of a secret U.S. Military Craft with gravity manipulation technology and stories of off worlders.
Please read RTS blogspot.com Discussing ET, U.S. and Channeling angles to these rumors.
Boeing, over the years, has been reported in research on flying craft using gravity manipulation. These related stories has legs and have many people questioning both the military and Boeing for comment.
Please, as always, use your discernment and research before accepting reports.
Below are a few reports that requires follow up research and investigation. ~Ron
Crrow777 Interview On UFO Planet 100th Episode
Posted Mar 4, 2014
For the UFO Planet’s (Darin Crapo channel) 100th episode I was asked to do an interview and gladly accepted having been a contributor there for some time.
Darin Crapo has helped to get my work out to a much wider audience and has always run my clips unedited.
Please give UFO Planet a visit (Darin Crapo channel) as this channel has been tireless in giving UFO clip owners a platform to show their work while informing the global public at large.
UFO Planet https://www.youtube.com/user/ldsmess/videos?view=0&flow=grid
Crrow777 : https://www.youtube.com/user/Crrow777/videos
Boeing flags its intentions in commercial space
Friday, 23 July 2010 via bbc.co.uk
I entrust my life to the Boeing corporation every year; as do the many millions who board planes to fly around the globe. The Chicago-based company has been in business for almost 100 years. Safety is everything.
So when I got to meet a group of its space executives this week at the Farnborough Air Show, I wanted to know how a company of its pedigree reacted when it heard US senators talk of commercial space as being too soon, and “too big a risk”.
If it hadn’t been for a Eurofighter screaming above the Boeing chalet at the time, you might have been able to hear a pin drop. These are delicate times politically, and no-one wants to speak too soon just in case anything they say comes out in a way that could be misinterpreted.
It was a slightly cheeky question, because much of the sniping at commercial space that has come from Congress these past few months has not really been directed at the likes of Boeing; it’s directed at wannabes like SpaceX, new kids on the block who can’t trace their heritage to an early 20th Century timber merchant.
But the point is well made: many of the companies who would like to lead the new age of commercial space are actually the same companies who built the old “space age” under government contract over the past 50 years – and none is bigger than Boeing itself.
The company’s John Elbon eventually ventured a response to my question thus:
Elbon is the project manager on Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation (CST) 100 craft. The ship is its proposal for a commercial space taxi to take astronauts to and from low-Earth orbit.“We have not been as outspoken and as public about being involved in commercial up until this point; I think we will in the future. I think as those folks understand that all the spacecraft that have flown humans up until this point have been built by contractors – and they’ve been safe and reliable. We build a lot of aeroplanes that fly a lot of people, and they’re safe and reliable. So this is really about a different approach to procurement as opposed to different people building the spaceships. I think as that is better understood, that opinion [about the riskiness of commercial space] will change.”
It would launch most likely on an Atlas 5, although it is being designed in such a way that you could stick it atop a Delta 4 or even a Falcon 9.
The capsule is bigger than Apollo, and Boeing showed off new artist renderings at Farnborough that had up to seven astronauts sitting across two decks.
Boeing is “maturing the design” with money it has received from Nasa’s CCDev (Crew development) programme – the same pot of money Congress is now looking to squeeze as it reshapes President Obama’s new “vision” for space exploration.
Boeing believes it can have a certified launch concept – and that includes a man-worthy Atlas with a crew escape system – ready for operation in 2015.
To make it pay its way, Boeing needs the CST-100 to fly, and to fly often – which is why the executives at Farnborough were standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the hotel entrepreneur Bob Bigelow.
For a decade, Bigelow has been investigating the possibilities offered by inflatable space structures, and he says his company is now ready to put its first inflatable space station in orbit for 2015.
Because Bigelow made his fortune in the hotel business, people assume he is merely trying to extend his Earthly operations into space. But as he explained to me, his company – Bigelow Aerospace – would merely provide the “office space” and it would be down to those who rented the modules to decide how to use them.
You can hear an extended version of our chat by clicking on the audio below.“Our customers are principally two major groups. The first group is sovereign clients – other countries that do not have the kind of access to the ISS that they would like to have, and that want to shape their own space futures. We hope to play a role in being able to offer them facilities in which they can do that. The other category is corporations. These would be companies connected to materials science, perhaps nano development or pharmaceutical development. Then there will be theoretically other categories. Folks may want to produce movies and maybe Sir Richard Branson may want to have one as a hotel.”
We’ve all become accustomed to the “tin cans” that make up the International space Station and so our first reaction on seeing a Bigelow module might be to question their flight worthiness purely on the basis of “they’re different”.
But these inflatables are based on a Nasa design. Their hulls are more than 40cm thick and incorporate layers of Vectran, one of those super-strength polymers you find in the protective gear that prevents lumberjacks from accidentally chopping off a leg with a misplaced chainsaw. Tough stuff.
If you want to rent one of Bigelow’s big inflatables (his 330-cu-metre module) for four years, he is currently quoting $95m a year. Seats on the CST-100 to get your astronauts up there are being quoted at $24,950,000 per person.
Some three-quarters of all the monies collected are expected to end up in the hands of the transportation company – Boeing (See a video here of the CST-100 visiting a Bigelow station).
But the comments of Roger Krone, president of Network and Space Systems at Boeing, bring home just how marginal the economics are going to be on all of this, and the politicians on Capitol Hill may want to reflect on them as they work to frame Nasa’s future budget and the cash it will have to support a fledgling commercial astronaut taxi service:
.“For [a] commercial crew transportation system to work there has to be more than just ISS. The businesses cases won’t close on just supporting ISS. I think that is universally understood within the industry; there needs to be other places to go. And frankly it is going to take entrepreneurial spirits like Bob and others to think about where those other places might be and to create those destinations.”
Is This The Cause of War? Oldest Pyramid On Earth Found Buried In Crimea, Ukraine!
Posted Mar 3, 2014
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