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    A friend just sent to me an article he found browsing around, about creating antigravity from hot and cold neutrino interactions. Some person claims he can create a "gravity vacum" and levitate objects.

    http://www.americanantigravity.com/d...-Interview.pdf

    I think is bull**it but i might be wrong, i'm not an expert. Has anyone of you guys heard about this? what do you think?


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    If it ducks like a quack...

    My bottle of beer says it's either a parody or just full of bovine manure. I can't find any place on their site that's shilling books, so I'm thinking it's a parody...


    And God said: Div(E) = \rho / \epsilon_0, Curl(E) = - \partial(B,t), Div(B) = 0, Curl(B) = \mu_0 (j + \epsilon_0 \partial(E,t)). And there was light.

    [...]

    And thus God sent forth Man from the Garden of Eden after a heated discussion of dresscodes and eating habits.
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    Well, the photographic evidence was wholly convincing. I now believe it is possible to suspend a oil drum or a log of wood a couple of feet of the ground. However, I suspect this has more to do with the use of a timber wall and six inch nails than hot neutrino reactions.
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    And we shall not forget the Occam-Photo-Shop Law:


    "Given an object in a graphical reproduction, the most likely world line as seen in the graphical reproduction is the equivalent to the lesser application of the Photo-Shop force"


    Just a quickie. What holds things together with Earth is gravity. If you cancel gravity, then the object's velocity won't shift unless a force is applied on it... provided there's no gravity, the object will keep its momentum... as the Earth's gravity no longer pulls it, the object will keep going in a straight line while the surface will move away from it in a ciruclar trajectory, at a speed depending on the latitude... The air will slow it down, and as soon as the "antigravity field" departs form beneath it, gravity will attract the object again back to Earth... the overall effect would be like catapult the object up and to the West in an angle which now I don't know how to calculate, and a speed depending on the latitude... houm, also should be accounted Earth's orbital speed around the Sun, and Sun's around the galaxy... this also aren't straight paths.

    I bet it would be dangerous nonetheless.
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    That is hilarious. He may have used a magnet on the drum and just looks like he's jumping in the other one. We should all take a field trip to see him and act like we believe.
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