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American Anti-Gravity Interviews from TeslaTech
Tim Ventura of AmericanAntigravity.com conducted several interviews while at this year's
ExtraOrdinary Technology (TeslaTech), including: Inteligentry's noble gas
engine, Bill Alek's SkyWatch and SmartWatch, GEET engine, inertial propulsion,
Rodin coils, and Konstantin Meyl.
William Alec is one of the people Tim
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The following interviews were conducted by Tim Ventura of American
Anti-Gravity. He's also been busy on his website, posting several new
Here are the interviews, which I found on the americanantigravity
YouTube channel. In speaking briefly to Tim by phone on July 31, I learned that
he has quite a few more videos to post, around twenty in all. So rather than
wait for him to get them all up, I've decided to go ahead and let you see these
which he has already posted.
This first one is one he did with me on July 28.
Sterling Allan on TeslaTech 2012
PES Founder Sterling D. Allan provides commentary on TeslaTech 2012 and outlines
his favorite technology picks for this year's conference.
Given his journalistic experience & extensive network of scientific
contacts, Allan's opinion is greatly valued by thousands of innovators as being
authoritative on emerging energy technologies worth investigating.
Dan Glover on Inteligentry Papp Engine Technology
Dan Glover of Inteligentry provides an overview of the company's work in Papp
engine research. Led by founder John Rohner, the firm claims to have not only
recreated the Papp Engine, but also improved upon the original process by
removing dangerous & unsafe elements in addition to making a number of
modifications of their own.
Inteligentry's Plasmic Transition Process technology couples a refined noble-gas
piston arrangement with a sophisticated onboard electronics suite that delivers
precision timing to the Papp Engine to produce nearly 300 horsepower output.
Inteligentry plans to license Plasmic Transition Process technology in a novel
manner by making the noble-gas cylinder technology open-source while retaining
their intellectual property in electronics-suite enhancements for their dealer
network. Dan Glover claims this recognizes the fact that Papp's original work is
already open-source as the patents on it have long expired.
Mark Koppin on Inteligentry
Bill Alek on SkyWATCH and SmartWATCH
Bill Alek describes the UFO SkyWATCH project, involving outdoor UFO-spotting
tours in the Phoenix area using 3rd-generation Starlight night-vision equipment,
and describes his new SmartWATCH system, a gravitational anomaly detector that
replaces the older accutron measurement systems he's developed.
The Accutron system works by measuring the change in frequency of an
electrically driven tuning fork to detect slight anomalies that may occur in the
vicinity of slight alterations of the Earth's gravitational field. Alek
developed the apparatus after visiting the "Gravitational Mystery
Spot" in California, in which the gravitational pull of the Earth deviates
slightly from normal as a result of dense deposits of metal underground.
GEET Engine Overview
Licensed dealer and trainer Daniel Gonzales provides an overview of the GEET
Engine, a plasmic-reaction engine that features a plasma reactor which breaks
down fuel before it enters the cylinder.
GEET is claimed to run on nearly any fuel source, and differs from traditional
engines by lowering cylinder temperature and having a more even gas-expansion,
which is claimed to allow the device to run at much higher RPM's while
simultaneously reducing fuel consumption.
Daniel Gonzales is currently one of the few licensed GEET dealers, and claims to
be the only dealer currently training students in the GEET process.
GEET Engine Demo
Daniel Gonzales, GEET engine authorized dealer and trainer, provides a
demonstration of the remarkable GEET
engine at TeslaTech 2012.
The GEET engine is a new type of internal combustion engine featuring a "plasmic-reactor",
which utilizes exhaust heat from the engine in a magnetic field to create a
high-temperature gas-plasma out of incoming fuel.
This innovative fuel-process is what makes the GEET engine so unique, and has
earned the device a reputation for being a new innovation that produces
remarkable test results.
Jeffrey Cook on Inertial Propulsion
Jeffrey Cook demonstrates a model inertial propulsion device that he's developed
and describes it's method of propulsion, which is based on research into physics
and magnetism undertaken by Cook over the last few years.
Cook has developed a lightweight electromagnetic "launcher" that
pushes a small, plastic vehicle out a ramp at high-speed, and hopes to market it
as a science-toy. Functionally, this inertial propulsion prototype utilizes
Neodymium magnets in a strong plastic case that Cook has reinforced to ensure
the magnets cannot be removed to ensure the safety of children using it.
Will Green on Rodin Coil Applications
Will Green briefly describes his experimentation with Rodin Coil technology and
his goals of applying what he's learned to vehicle motors for future
transportation research based on electric motors integrated with Rodin Coil
Scalar waves and other Tesla technologies.
Mike McInturff on Wind Power
40 MW system, 300 ft tall, vertical axis wind turbine
Mike McInturff describes a novel system for generating energy from wind power.
The "Roto-Wind" system he's developed utilizes triangular rotors
mounted on rotating vertical shafts that drive electric engines mounted at the
base of each shaft.
According to McInturff, the system is capable of generating megawatts of
electrical energy in the same manner as a conventional wind-turbine, but
requires less space to do so. He indicates that while a full-size generator may
cost up to $15 million to develop, smaller models can be created that
demonstrate the efficiency of this wind power design at a reasonable prototyping
Regarding water treatment system using vortex technology.
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