Back from STAIF: New Material Soon
- View SourceHi All:
Not to worry -- I have a ton of interview footage from the conference to put
online, but this doesn't mean that we're changing our focus. However, this
conference covered such a diverse array of concepts that I will be focusing
on it for at least a couple of weeks. I also have several other stories
currently under development, so 2006 is shaping up to be a big year!!!
The 2006 abstracts are already online (you may have to paste the link below
back together: google often splits the lines):
I was also able to put together a collection of about 8 hours of video in
post-presentation interviews that we'll be hosting with some help from
OSEN.ORG. This will be a WinMedia 10 streaming format, so it will require
DSL or Cable to run properly.
We're also going to turn this video into a product to help raise money for
the website. Our new capabilities & growing audience are showing us the
limits of our hosting-plan, so we're looking at options to boost bandwidth
to the point of becoming a full-media outlet for breakthrough science.
Obviously this isn't a cheap proposition -- at present, we're reaching
nearly 100 gigabytes of traffic per month, minus the off-site hosting for
our streaming video.
The TOP STORY from STAIF is the Woodward Effect experimental results -- of
the 4 replication experiments, 3 showed results and 1 showed nothing, so it
appears likely that in the next few months we'll begin to see better work
from this group as they move to phase 2 of larger-scale testing. What makes
it cool? Reactionless Propulsion, fully-based on conventional physics. What
makes it really cool? If you overdrive the device, it produces
negative-mass, which may someday be used to stabilize a wormhole for
communications or maybe even transportation applications.
Timothy M. Ventura
American Antigravity, Inc
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