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Thomas Townsend Brown

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Electro Gravitics

 

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Thomas Townsend Brown, Larry Deavenport on Anti Gravity and Free Energy

 

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Thomas Townsend Brown Gravitator Replication

 

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Townsend Brown's Gravitator: antigravity?

 

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Greg Fyffe and Thomas Townsend

Thomas Townsend Brown was an American inventor whose research into odd electrical effects led him to believe he had discovered a connection between strong electric fields and gravity, a type of antigravity effect. Instead of being an antigravity force, what Brown observed has generally been attributed to electrohydrodynamics, the movement of charged particles that transfers their momentum to surrounding neutral particles in air, also called "ionic drift" or "ionic wind". For most of Brown's life he attempted to develop devices based on his ideas, trying to promote them for use by industry and the military. The phenomena came to be called the "Biefeld–Brown effect" and "electrogravitics".
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