Re: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] mails
> To: email@example.com (antigrav)Sorry for interrupting your discussion, but this is a key question
> From: Daniel Lapadatu <cyrano@...> (by way of cyrano@...)
> Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 21:59:42 +0900
> Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] mails
> Anti-gravity is a big issue. A positive conclusion is valuable. What do you
> think about a space measurement of many particles near-earth ? Their
> average directions and energy might give the answer.
> The experiments carried out with antiparticles resulted in the fact
> that they fall towards the Earth in the same way as all the other particles
> and objects do. Charged particles are easier to be measured, because one can
> use some electromagnetic effects to derive the movement...
for me and I'd really like to read that.
Can you please quote the source?
Who did ever make this experiment (free falling uncharged anti
I thought the bets are still open.