Paul LaViolette discussed the physics behind anti-gravity propulsion technology and showed how it is not only possible, but is currently being used in secret projects. "We're sort of being held in a 'technology cage,' on purpose, for fear of change," he said. He detailed some of the early experiments conducted by Nikola Tesla and T. Townsend Brown, who both used electricity to affect gravity. LaViolette noted that, in the mid-1950's, numerous aviation companies were not only attempting to develop anti-gravity technology but were quite open and enthusiastic about it -- until 1959. "Suddenly it was like a blackout in the media," he observed.
BROADCASTED 21 June 2009.