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Boeing Admits to Anti-Gravity Work

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by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star

Anti-gravity

Credit: Angel Schatz, flickr.com,         CC BY 2.0

As regular readers here can probably tell, over the past week or so I’ve been blogging about strange technologies and strange science, and the psychological and metaphysical questions they pose. Well, we’re not quite out of the woods yet, for anti-gravity is in the news again, and it appears that it is Nick Cook who has reported on this story.

Why is that significant? Well, for those who already know, forgive me while I pause to bring those who don’t know up to speed. Mr. Cook is a British aerospace researcher and writer, and a regular contributor to the prestigious journal on all matters of defense, defense and military technology, Jane’s Defence Weekly. Jane’s has been around since technology began to play an important, and indeed, the crucial role, in military affairs with the advent of the all-big gun dreadnought battleship at the beginning of the last century, and has become “must reading” for anyone interested in the latest (publicly-known) technologies and their impact in tactical and strategic policy formation.

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