Tesla’s Ideal Flying Machine by William Lyne
Almost everything believed about “space aliens” are nothing more than a complex web of lies within lies to cover up the real truth that the U.S. Government has had fully operational electric propulsion craft capable of interstellar travel for over 70 years. This presentation also covers William Lyne’s work with the Atomic Hydrogen Furnace technology that he developed many years ago, which is partially inspired from Irving Langmuir’s work with his Atomic Hydrogen Torch. Hydrogen molecules require a smaller amount of energy to split them into atomic hydrogen than the energy released when they are recombined back into molecular hydrogen!
WHAT YOU GET WITH TESLA’S IDEAL FLYING MACHINE
- A 2-hour in-depth downloadable video presentation exposing the history and science of Tesla’s Ideal Flying Machine and it’s use by the U.S. Government
- Discussion of William Lyne’s work with the “overunity” Atomic Hydrogen Furnace technology
- Various Q&A throughout the presentation
Part of the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (120 mins).
On the Parallel Propulsion Researches of Tesla and J.J. Thomson by William Lyne
In this new presentation the comparison between the works of these two important men are reviewed in detail. We’ll be covering material going back to the late 1880’s. This presentation includes a discussion of the Theory of Electromagnetic Momentum developed by J.J. Thompson and is crucial to the understanding the foundations of aether physics.
WHAT YOU GET WITH ON THE PARALLEL PROPULSION RESEARCHES OF TESLA & J.J. THOMSON
- A 1.5-hour downloadable video presentation into the history of the aether going back over 100 years
- Learn the comparison between Tesla and J.J. Thomson’s work and how both are important for the possible understanding of craft propelled by directly engineering the aether
- Understand where many concepts in this field originated and who the real players were to had the strongest understanding of these topics
Part of the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (92 mins).
Save $17 when you buy both presentations together!