Can antigravity be created?
Many people seem to think NASA has secret training rooms in which gravity can be turned off. Aside from the long-running Anti Gravity column in Scientific American, however, there is no such thing as antigravity.
What if we could create anti-gravity?
Massive structures could be suspended over bodies of water, or rocky terrains where we wouldn’t otherwise be able to build. But perhaps we’d see the biggest implications of anti-gravity technology when we look even further up – to the stars. Space travel would become a lot safer, and more inexpensive.
Is there any anti-gravity material?
no,there is no such material . as gravity is a pull which attracts the objects towards the center so any material which has a mass follows this natural force…….
What is needed for gravity to exist?
Anything that has mass also has gravity. Objects with more mass have more gravity. Gravity also gets weaker with distance. So, the closer objects are to each other, the stronger their gravitational pull is.
What two factors depend on gravity?
The magnitude of this force depends upon the mass of each object and the distance between the centers of the two objects. Mathematically, we say the force of gravity depends directly upon the masses of the objects and inversely upon the distance between the objects squared.
Is anti-gravity technology possible?
Here is a link to an interesting new technology we recently discovered through our anti gravity research. It can create free electricity, you can even power your home with this device. If you already know that anti gravity technology is possible, then we suggest you take a look at Anti Gravity Inventions that were built in the last 100 years or so.
Could we create an anti-gravity drive from Element 115?
Unfortunately, given the disconnect from reality, it’s unlikely we’ll be generating antiprotons from Element 115 anytime soon. With that said I want to turn our attention to an idea for creating an anti-gravity drive that, at least to me, sounds like it could plausibly work.
Who was involved in the anti-gravity problem?
George Trimble, Clarence Birdseye, and Lawrence Bell weren’t the only ones interested in researching anti-gravity. Talbert’s series reported that nearly every major aerospace company at the time was involved in some way with researching “the gravity problem”: Convair]
How will anti-gravity technology affect the elderly and handicapped?
With anti-gravity technology the elderly and handicapped could “float around” without trouble, they would be weightless therefore they could get around much easier and they would literally lose their old age discomforts and handicaps.