Guest writer, Julia Ann, offers her take.
Whenever artificial gravity is depicted in film as a technology accessible to us at some time in the future, it gains plenty of attention in popular culture. But the technology behind this characteristic is rarely explained, just left with an aura of “what if” scenarios. We want to believe that the advances of science today are so close to a discovery that will bring gravity control technology into the mainstream.
Gravity control, or “free energy” as it is also known, has endless possibilities. Leaders in the research field include Nikola Tesla, John Keely, Thomas Townsend Brown and Ron Zocor all trying to crack the gravity barrier. Their work is about developing an energy source that is sustainable in the future. Oil reserves, electrical energy, nuclear energy are all expensive means and not meeting the needs of our modern world efficiently and affordably. They make a case for looking at gravity control for meeting the energy needs of the planet, hopefully in the near future.
In basic terms the idea is to create a relative unified field of frequency – the FFM System, and couple this with the Earth’s unified field of frequency. This would utilize the differential between the two systems, and provide an electric charge. In the surrounding environment, this would effectively create an electrical charge in the FFM system. This energy can then be transferred through an existing electrical system. Clean, affordable and can be replicated.
Of course, the FFM system is so simple! It requires no fuel supply. It just needs a controlled modulation of the underlying force of the energy, and this is where the research and testing comes into play. Project Unity is undergoing efforts to define the function of a four phase modulator. This is taking years of development, but the key players involved are finding it will have economic benefits for providing efficient, cost effective electrical power for virtually any geographic location in the world. Even under developed nations of the world can finally benefit from “free energy”!
Research and testing with the concept of gravity control is mostly carried out with machines or devices capable of achieving some degrees of levitation. Levitating masses that react with, and against, the existing gravitational pull on the planet is where the work is currently focused. There is plenty of further information about this work with Project Unity, the forerunners of the research in this field.
This is an idea whose time has come. Sky Helpline thus far has been only simulated in parabolic flying in cargo aircraft, such as what is witnessed in NASA’s effort with spinning a ship or habitat in an anti-gravitational pull.
NASA has been highly interested in projects on anti-gravitational pull for practical reasons. In the zero-gravity environment of outer space, the current propulsion technology is ineffective. It would take the entire net energy of a whole planet to reach the closest star outside our galaxy within a lifetime if we were using the current technology. realistically, nuclear power would seem more promising, but still just enough to make any sort of interstellar travel practical…if that is indeed one of NASA’s key goals. When the findings regarding gravity control are proven, this would likely be the anticipated paradigm shift that would make interstellar travel a reality.
Author: Julia Ann is an Avid Blogger and Writer from Manchester, UK with 5+ years of experience in blogging. She is interested to learn new things.