Tesla’s Anti-Gravity Research

Nikola Tesla

Numerous people have revealed information about anti-gravity space flight; however, some of the largest military industrial contractors still hide their development of at least 12 anti-gravity aerospace platforms.

Many free energy enthusiasts have said that Nikola Tesla discovered anti-gravity and learned how to utilize it as an abundant energy source. He developed his Dynamic Theory of Gravity and even patented a flying machine that is thought to have run with the benefit of anti-gravity.

Since then, defense contractors have overturned conventional aerospace propulsion with experimental anti-gravity technology and it has been admitted that the “US military already travels to the stars.”

Tesla’s Anti-Gravity Research in Use in Dozens of Secretive Military Projects

Nuclear Fusion Power by 2030

Britain’s newest fusion reactor, the Tokamak ST40, has been fired up and taken the world one step further towards generating electricity from the power of the stars. The heart of the reactor containing super-hot electrically charged plasma is expected to reach a temperature of 100 million degrees centigrade next year. That is how hot it needs to be to trigger nuclear fusion reactions accompanied by an enormous release of energy. The new reactor was built by Tokamak Energy, a private company pioneering fusion power in the UK.

Nuclear Fusion Reactor Could Supply Clean Power by 2030

New Research Suggests the Big Bang Never Occurred

The accepted theory that the universe started with a Big Bang from a single infinitely dense point (the singularity) may not be correct according to new research that combines quantum mechanics with general relativity. The singularity is the biggest problem of the Big Bang theory because the laws of physics appear to break down there. The new theory includes quantum correction terms along with Einstein’s theory of general relativity. This eliminates the singularity of the Big Bang and indicates that the universe may not have a definite beginning or end.