Grebennikov Bio-gravitics anti-gravity discovery

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  3. techstuf Registered Senior Member

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    ag....

    My "cause" was a simple question......with a simple answer. I have since obtained the correct answer which helps me immensely. It was obtained by a source other than a quick internet scan. But thanks for the attempts at "helping" my "cause".


    TechStuf


    Knowledge without wisdom is like a burden of books being carried on the back of an ass.


    Thanks again for the "help" attempts. I will "get off your backs" now.
     
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    ag...insect?

    i'm glad you found out.....what type of insect was it?
     
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    Antigravity........

    Certainly, truth is stranger than fiction.....
     
  8. ismu ::phenomenon::. Registered Senior Member

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    the bug...

    Someone think that the insect you search is MAY BE 'Halictus Quadricinctus', according to Greb -- which says it was only live in Siberia. Check it out at: http://www.keelynet.com/greb/greb.htm (but i don't know nothing about bugs)

    Even, personally -as mech. engineer- i doubt with Greb's claims with his flypad. But i'm really open mind, and interested in subject alternative energy. I also already read aboout TT Brown's capacitor effect to create such thrust against gravity, JL Naudin's test with high voltage lifter, Viktor Schauberger's theory of implosion and his flying saucer, etc. Those last things more acceptable to my limited mind. But the flying pad... IF it does fly, i got very BIG question about how come that so simple structured pad protect it's rider[???] (i think Greb too old to do such manuver as he said). Why such gravity distortion (if the pad based on that) not ruin his body[???]

    Btw, IF you finally suceed to reveal the secret to make Greb's pad replica, i hope you make another one for me ;-).
     
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  9. Intrigued Registered Member

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    This stuff drives me mad...

    Techstuf, I was wondering if you did find out which insect Dr. Grebbenikov was reffering to? It isnt a matter of linking the insect to the platform, In my mind I believe it is the theory behind the insect. Any help is appreciated! Thanks
     
  10. Inguma Registered Member

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    - Hhhmmm fringe scientists who have made serious progress. How about einstein? He was a clark and could barely cope with simple matrix algebra, and from what I can tell detested the stuffy environment of classical science. Fringe enough? Contrary to your assertation, Boris, I cannot think of ANY new discovery or theory that was NOT rediculed and shouted down by the establishment when it first appeared. From galileo to quantum physics. The person who invented the wheel was probably laughed at by his neighbor ("Og from the cave next door") - why would anyone need to have one of those?? Lol

    - Because the gravity produced is in a beam form, the air infront of the vehicle would also be accelerated, hence there would be no discernable air resistance and certainly no sonic boom

    - I am at a loss as to why such a gravity beam would have a detrimental effect on the health of the operator, who would be accelerated at the same rate as everything around him.

    - The most confusing thing in all this is why you should not be able to transport anything else with you in the craft. Surely the effect on it would be the same as on him, in the same way as the effect on him was the same as the effect on his scooter board type thing??

    Another ignorant fool ------> Rob

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    ps to the person who wanted to see a photo, try searching for one first before making blind assumptions :bugeye:
     
  11. Felipe Registered Member

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    Hi, well, techstuf: I would really, really apreciate if you tell me something of what you have found. Im' really interested in this, and I know that sometimes is better to dicovered things ourself, but is good to soometimes have a little help, so I if you can tell some information or send me an e-mail (lifeallsurfer@hotmail.com) it would be great.
     
  12. cato less hate, more science Registered Senior Member

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    There is a potential to make billions/trillions off anti-grav, if there was a viable way to do it right now I am pretty sure it would be developed quickly.
     
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    >>>>Contrary to your assertation, Boris, I cannot think of ANY new discovery or theory that was NOT rediculed and shouted down by the establishment when it first appeared.

    show me a reference where QED was ridiculed extensively....or relativity for that matter.
     
  14. andrewsmith1986 I am death incarnate Registered Senior Member

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    earths revolution around the sun was pseudo-science at one point as was electricity
     
  15. pursuer Registered Member

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    I have to agree with this. I have been studing this for a while now and would like to compare notes, if you could.
     
  16. SearcherOfTruth Registered Member

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    Techstuf,
    I too would be interested in learning what you discover, and/or corresponging with you on the subject, comparing notes so to speak.

    I'm no scientist or entomologist, but I believe the phenomenon that V. Grebennikov wrote about, is quite possibly true, and not going to be restricted to just a certain species found only in Siberia. Take for example your average garden variety bumblebee. Due to its size/weight vs wing size/structure, it theorectically should not be able to fly(according to scientists), yet it does.

    If you like, let's talk about some of the clues he left. Feel free to contact me via this forum, or email.

    SearcherOfTruth
     
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  18. Tristan Leave your World Behind Valued Senior Member

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    that little 90-year old looking dude, zipping around on a little wooden platform with a pogo stick pigeoned through it makes me want to laugh so hard.

    So, you honestly believe this old fart stepped on a wooden plank and went more than 700 mph and was able to hold on? Lets stick you ontop of a 747 and see how long you can hold on for.... LOL

    This is so about to be cesspooled
     
  19. SearcherOfTruth Registered Member

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    Boris2,
    You obviously did not get the point, which comes as no big surprise. Closed minds rarely have the ability to see beyond that which they perceive to be tangible.

    Boris2 & Tristan,
    Not long ago, a mere wink of an eye in the existance of man, people thought the Earth was flat and the Sun revolved around it....Imagine that.

    It's true, as well as understandable, that when people don't comprehend how or why something works, they want logical and scientific proof, but that proof never comes from those who simply say it's impossible and dismiss it. It comes from those who maybe think "outside the box" a little, and spend the time and effort to find out why.
     
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    >>>>You obviously did not get the point

    do not underestimate what i get and do not get. i know exactly where you are coming from. if you and your kind wish to believe this rubbish that is ok, real scientists will go on doing real science, regardless.
     
  21. Tristan Leave your World Behind Valued Senior Member

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    I dont think you understand. I have a completely open mind. Matter of fact, im more open minded than most people I know. But come on... give me a break. This is a joke... There is no possible concievable way a human being could travel at mach 1 on a wooden plank... (EVEN if the antigravity thing was real...HE WOULD STILL BE BLOWN RIGHT OFF THE PLANK. PERIOD.)

    Im not calling BS on the antigravity stuff. Im calling BS on a little old dude traveling 700mph on a wooden plank.
     
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    I question the lack of a safety margin. No apparent redundancy in the mechanism of the flying shovel. Would I get myself more than a yard off the ground moving more than 1 MPH if I had an IQ over 56.7 with only ONE "power circuit"? Hail, no! I would have three or four racks off antigravity-stuff INDEPENDENTLY manipulated.

    I am not claiming anything about any antigravity research, but I am claiming that this particular account sounds very suspicious to me. :bugeye:
     
  23. SearcherOfTruth Registered Member

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    Ok guys, we all have our own opinions.

    If anyone has heard from Techstuf, or anyone else who might be researching this subject, concerning their findings, I would be very interested in corresponding with them. Thanks.
     
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