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    Flying Saucers/Disks & Electrogravitics

    Working in the dark here...

    Not sure if I can post here, but does anyone have any info on electrogravitics? I'm putting information on my new site and need more... my current 'hobby' is actually building a flying disk using electromagnetics/electrostatics, etc.!

    Now, stop laughing, I'm serious.

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    Are you talking about merging the electormagnetic forces and force of gravity?

    You may want to check out GUT. (Grand Unified Theory). Last I remember hearing, that would require a particle accelerator with a circumference equivilant to the orbit of Pluto!

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    Thread digger!

    Year and a half later: I'm almost finished with collecting info on eGrav. Anyone here have anything more useful to add?

    I think I've all the common theories/theorists: http://arctic.ithium.net/
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcarl314
    Are you talking about merging the electormagnetic forces and force of gravity?

    You may want to check out GUT. (Grand Unified Theory). Last I remember hearing, that would require a particle accelerator with a circumference equivilant to the orbit of Pluto!
    Well... there are paricle accelerators out there

    IE: http://www.lightsource.ca/

    Don't know if ya can get it going fast enough to make up for the lack of circumference.
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