Experiment 1

Levitating a silicate block using an induced antimatter shield or “Dirac Hole” surface.

This experiment is #1 on our list because A. It’s never been attempted before. B. It’s relatively easy and inexpensive. & C. It has readily patentable and highly profitable applications which can immediately be leased to industry and used to fund further experiments and launch the next phase of the company.

Experiment 2

Is Gravity a consequence of Quantum Entanglement?


Gravity is a tough nut to crack, there is just no doubt about it. In comparison, the strong, weak and electromagnetic forces are a walk in the park. Scientists still can’t explain the nature of gravity, though how it works is rather well understood. The current best theory regarding gravity goes all the way back to Einstein’s general theory of relativity, but there has been no way to reconcile it with quantum mechanics. Some physicists suggest it could be a particle called the graviton. But proving that such a particle exists has been frustrating, because it would be so weak that it would be very nearly impossible to measure its force. In this new effort, neither team is suggesting that their experiment could reconcile gravity and quantum mechanics. Instead, they are claiming that if such an experiment is successful, it would very nearly prove that it should be possible to do it.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-gravity-quantum-mechanics.html#jCp.

Experiment 3

Electrogravity: Testing the BieFeld Brown effect inside of a vacuum chamber.

We will be producing the experiments of others like Jean Louis Naudin. Doing accurate quantitative measurements for the delta-V or lift coefficient for these type of (suspected ion-wind) lifters.

Experiment 4

Testing the NASA Em-Drive, and RF resonant cavity thruster technology

Experiment 5

Project Skyvault: Testing microwave and beam propulsion technologies.

Including but not limited to, metamaterial resonance cavity thrusters, Microwave Phase Conjugation Technology, microwave laser pulse ion-blast propulsion, etc.

Experiment 6

Xerum 525, and the Die Glocke reproduction experiments

Experimenting with Mercury Amalgams and Plasmas to seek an accurate formulation of Xerum 525. Attempting to replicate or built a mercury plasma vortex drive.

Experiment 7

Antimatter production and confinement technology experiments.

Experiment 8

Active invisibility cloaking

Experiments with artificially generated mirage effects which can be used to cloak or hide objects from sight. 

Experiment 9

Passive invisibility cloaking

Experiments with metamaterials and vertex mapping as a method for hiding objects from certain frequency bands.

Experiment 10

RAP – Rapid Atomic Printer

Methods and techniques allowing for the construction of a rapid atomic 3D printer, which can print structures atom by atom, at a highly accelerated rate.

Experiment 11

Portals, Wormholes, Star Gates, and Teleporter Technology

We are looking into way to entangle entirely separate regions of space to the point where you can open small portals or wormholes across distances of space… Still highly speculative, but it’s something we are looking into and have some small scale experiments we’d like to try. Scientists have already teleported light. We want to teleport macroscopic matter.

…Plus Many, many more experiments to come! We want to establish a secondary testing and verification laboratory to keep other groups out there in check and replicate their experiments for legitimate science purposes. A publicly funded outreach & education program to teach the public more about these newly emerging technologies.

Experiment 12

Quantum Computers within nuclei

Nuclear Quantum Computers.