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by David Crane
defrev at gmail.com

DefenseReview would like to alert our readers to a very interesting television program on The Science Channel called Beyond Invention, and specifically to the episode called New Energy. The show discusses some pretty out there stuff relating to propulsion and energy-generation technologies.

One of the people featured in the episode is Tim Ventura of American Antigravity, Inc. (www.americanantigravity.com), who happens to be an industry friend/professional contact of ours. A few months ago, Tim sent us some hypertext links to specific pages on his website that deal with High-Frequency Gravitational Wave (HFGW) Surveillance Technology research being conducted byphysicist Dr. Robert Baker.

HFGW Surveillance Technology is a bit outside Defense Review’s knowledge base (i.e. we don’t know anything about it), so we’re just going to direct our readers to a few links, so you can learn about it directly from the info source. Here are the recommended links…

HFGW Surveillance Applications: Intelligence Collection & Remote Imaging

HFGW Time-Standard for the Telecom Industry: STAIF 2007 Presentation

Surveillance and HFGWs: A Covert Imaging System Application: Surveillance Applications of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves


Click here
to visit the the corporate website of Dr. Baker’s company, GravWave LLC. You can contact the company via email at [email protected].

Click here to visit Dr. Baker’s personal website at www.DrRobertBaker.com. You can contact Dr. Robert Baker directly via email at drrobertbaker @ gravwave.com.

Click here to visit AmericanAntigravity.com.

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