This live call with David Alzofon is * JAM PACKED * with a lot of specifics about his father Dr. Frederick Alzofon’s Gravity Control technology. Literally, this is probably the most important free recording on the internet about real technology that can control gravity because it is based on something proven in 1994 instead of speculation or wishful thinking about what might work.
David explains the process of Dynamic Nuclear Orientation, which is the key to the process and other aspects of the technology. There are also some very specific questions about the technology from some callers that are answered in detail.
In this video of the call (pictures are added to make a slideshow of it), there are a lot of references and a few items that were not included in the Gravity Control book.
The official site dedicated to this technology is http://gravitycontrol.io and below are two previous blog posts about this subject. Below those is the video of the call with the slideshow.
David Alzofon is a technical writer and the son of Dr. Frederick Alzofon (1919 – 2012), inventor of gravity control. David is presenting at the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference.
From the mid-1950s through 2012, he had a ringside seat to the development of the technology, and actively searched for investors in Silicon Valley from 1981 through 2012, which could be the topic of a lecture in itself.
In the six years following his father’s death, he has ramped up efforts to publicize his father’s discoveries with the publication of two books: How to Build a Flying Saucer (And Save the Planet) and The Top-Ten UFO Riddles – Solutions from Science. The first book has been re-released under a new title: Gravity Control With Present Technology
More than anyone alive he understands the theoretical basis of the technology and why it has met with so much resistance from establishment physics, in spite of being endorsed in a 1960 report by the U.S. Air Force and the overwhelmingly favorable impression his father, who received his doctorate at Cal Berkeley, made upon knowledgeable critics.