Should've stayed a lurker.
- Jun 4, 2019
I also seem to recall a video made by one of the retired scientists who worked on classified stuff demonstrating an antigravity effect achieved by running a lot of power through a simple coil, heating it to near red hot until it rose an inch or two into the air.
I certainly recall seeing, in the way back, a documentary featuring a bunch of sciency-engineer types from NASA or JPL or the like, trying to launch craft using laser beams.
Happily, the crucial bit is on Youtube!
Youtube link to video of science-dudes launching tiny spacecraft with lasers!
It gets interesting around the 2:20 mark
Their craft is tiny, though, and decidedly conical, rather than triangular. Also lasers are lasers, not anti-gravity, but it looks cool!
Especially when they
shoot down their own tiny ship!