Mainstream scientists regard Electrogravity research with distaste, class
it as a disreputable field of study, and group it with research into UFOs,
bigfoot, unexplained phenomena, etc. So-called "Antigravity" is the
target of skeptical debunkers, and any physicists who venture into the
subject put their reputation and career at risk. Einstein's General
Relativity implies that benchtop devices cannot produce strong
effects; that no strong links can exist between gravity (spacetime
distortions) and electromagnetism (photon exchange). Gravity engines?
"It's impossible," therefore it's open to ridicule.
This page is an unabashed collection of both mainstream and far-fringe
Antigravity files and links. Where professionals fear to tread, the lead
is taken by amateurs, maverik researchers, and crackpot inventors. This
is not necessarily a bad thing. After all, mainstream scientists once
crazy inventors of "flying machines" with smug amusement if
not outright disgust. As a result, modern aviation came not from
conventional science, but from the arena of "crackpot" flying-machine
inventors. Those who smugly dismiss the crazy antigravity inventors of
today would have fit right in with those who ridiculed all the amateur
aerodynamicists at the turn of the century.
"We may learn to deprive large masses of their gravity, and give them
absolute levity, for the sake of easy transport." -Ben Franklin, 1780