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Anti Gravity Machine

Science has long dismissed the notion of an anti gravity machine; however, NASA researchers were in hopes of running an experiment that might some day lead to being able to adjust gravity in the area of a rocket much like you can change the radio station in your car. The ultimate goal is for spacecraft to be able to travel further, faster, and using less fuel.

During 1997 a rare, closed-door conference was held at NASA's Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. In attendance were scientists representing major universities, national weapons laboratories, defense contractors and the corporate research and development community. They were gathered to hear a detailed account of the space agency's progress in attempting to build an anti gravity machine.

The very thought of an antigravity machine defies accepted logic. To understand why, it's helpful to know there are two complementary but not entirely compatible explanations for gravity. Isaac Newton, the first physicist, described gravity as an attraction between two masses. Albert Einstein used his general theory of relativity to suggest that mass actually causes space-time to warp around it much like the dent in your pillow when you get up in the morning. Both theories explain why apples fall from trees. Many scientists consider Einstein's theory superior because it explains why light appears to bend in strong gravitational fields. Light, which has no mass, follows the mass-induced curve in space-time. Viewing gravity this way makes it more of a feature of the universe. It is for this reason that scientists consider the idea of an anti gravity machine impossible.

An experiment by Dr. Eugene Podkletnov of Tampere University, Finland seems to have shown that an anti gravity machine could be created. In the experiment a disc of superconducting material was magnetically levitated and rotated at high speed, up to several thousand rpm, in the presence of an external magnetic field. Podkletnov noted that objects above the rotating disk showed a variable but measurable loss of weight, from less than .5 percent to about 2 percent.

Based on this research and more by other scientists, NASA began building an anti gravity machine. The biggest problem facing them is the very fragile superconducting disc. Actually it is two separate discs made of different materials. One is made of metal that can be levitated in a magnetic field. On top of it is a composite made of superconducting materials. This assembly is housed in a 20-in.-dia. column that stands about 4 ft. tall. At the start of the experiment, it will be filled with liquid helium or nitrogen, which cools the apparatus to minus 400 degrees F.

Researchers have been trying to build an anti gravity machine for decades. It has long been the stuff of sci-fi, but could it one day become reality? The science in the experiment above became tainted and the results of NASA's attempt were not published, but both excite the mind.

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NASA scientists have created an anti-gravity field that works at room temperature, which is a big Where's My Back to the Future Skateboard breakthrough. The only problem is that it only works on mice. Mice high as kites, in fact.

Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, have created a superconducting magnet that generates enough energy to lift small animals off the floor. The magnet pushes the water inside the animals up, making them fly. The amazing fact is that it works at room temperature - not the ultra-cooled down environments typical of these magnets - and it's large enough to make rodents levitate.

The mice were high in more than one way, though. According to researcher Yuanming Liu, the "first mouse actually kicked around and started to spin, and without friction, it could spin faster and faster, and we think that made it even more disoriented".

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