Gravity Field Generator - 10/10/97
Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 02:08:29 +0400
From: Hamdi Ucar
Subject: Mysterious USC Gravity Generator Announcement
linked to the Gravity
Regards, - hamdi ucar
Superconductors and Gravity Shielding:
References and Experiments
Mysterious USC Gravity Generator Announcement
NOTICE: This document has since been withdrawn by USC
The University of South Carolina
The gravitational field generator comprises a stationary superconductor
surrounded by a special configuration of RF solenoids.
Certain combinations of RF fields will result in the generation of a DC
gravitational field in any desired direction in the range of about 10^-22 g
m^-2 per ion, depending on ion mass, where g is the acceleration due to
When directed against gravity it acts as an anti-gravity device. When
directed horizontally it acts to accelerate or brake a free mass.
Appropriate choice of the relative phases of the RF magnetic field causes the
gravitational field to form a beam, which will not exhibit the usual inverse
square dependence with distance from the source.
The production of fields equal to one g is anticipated with this simple
arrangement. The theoretical expertise exists to understand controlling
mechanisms and to optimize the field for specific applications.
Potential Areas of Application:
The invention proposed here can be used to generate a force field in any
direction whether it be for propulsion or any other similar purpose, thus it
has many applications wherever a force is needed.
For example, the Gravity Generator could be used both to replace the wheels of
a car so that the motion would not be terrain dependent and to accelerate and
brake the vehicle.
This invention could also be used to lift and propel aircraft, drive
generators more efficiently, and produce gravity free environments on Earth
for precision manufacturing and scientific research in numerous fields (e.g.,
chemical engineering, medicine and pharmaceuticals).
In addition to producing the above-mentioned gravitational effects, the
Gravity Generator also has the advantages of being inexpensive, due to its
simplicity and low power consumption, as well as being non-polluting.
University seeks licensee and/or joint development.
USC ID Number: 96140
Contact: William F. Littlejohn or Daniel J. Antion, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Office of Technology Transfer
Byrnes International Building, Suite 501
Columbia, SC 29208
(803) 777-9515 or Fax (803) 777-4136
NOTES: I heard a rumor from a reliable source that this document existed.
However, that source would not send me a copy because it was issued under
nondisclosure. However, the information the source gave me corresponds with
the information in this document, so I believe they are one and the same.
This document was printed inside the back cover of James E. Cox's Antigravity
News and Space Drive Technology" journal, July-August 1997. No comments
accompanied the text. No copyright notice or other restriction accompanied
this document. All other pages of the journal, however, are clearly marked
"(c) ANTIGRAVITY NEWS, 1997. COPYING NOT ALLOWED without written permission."
However, since this was not placed at the bottom of the page containing this
USC announcement, I felt it was OK to copy it.
An associate contacted William F. Littlejohn on 6 Oct 1997. This person
confirmed that the document is real and is not a hoax. However, it has since
been withdrawn by USC.
Apparently, initial success in the lab prompted USC to jump the gun and issue
this document to many private corporations in hopes of raising funds to build
a prototype. However, this initial lab success was found to be invalid, and
the experimenters thus requested USC to withdraw the ATA.