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July 10, 2016
12:22 am
Gary Voss
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Based on Tesla's works, many versions of Electrogravitic craft were built over the decades, including this one by the late Otis Carr. Interesting Gravitational effects take place when you spin Gyroscopes, containing liquid-filled Mercury within a strong EM field. Jim Murray, and Ralph Ring, both worked with Otis Carr on this project, and claimed to have completed a successful 'test flight' with this model.

January 2, 2019
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Interestingly such tech would have been useful should electricity be utilizable with further inventions that inspired the world, like the LENR reactor which creates electricity on a small case, but still a lot of energy and high efficiency.

About that gyroscopic aircraft you talk about, have you got further details about this device since the picture can't be seen?

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December 14, 2016
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Boudi Luna
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Man, i absolutely love Tesla's work. He made the most awesome electrical devices ever. I came into loving Tesla and his work even more when I was playing the video game, Fallout 3. His devices are used in that game and some of the fictional weaponry is based upon his inventions.

But this is an interesting thing to learn about and I want to dive more into this. Thank you Gary for providing us with this.

And one more thing. When I watched the movie "The Martian," I loved it so much because it uses real-world science and that's the kind of science "fiction" that resounds with me the most because the use of real science keeps the movie real. And just to know that work was done with liquid mercury and using an em field which can be created using either elemental magnets or electricity through coiled wires to make the field.

AWESOME!! Real science ROCKS!!

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