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OUR research into anti-gravity is going to be back at 70 years of age, the report said

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The U.S. government is looking into anti-gravity research, for almost 70 years, according to a new report.

Automotive review website, The Drive is not writing to a long history, which dates back to the mid-1950s, the U.S. government’s anti-gravity research, including a mention of the “series of bizarre patents, assigned to the U.S. Navy, which seem to defy our current understanding of physics and space propulsion.”

The Drive is marked as a sample taken from a previous report that stated that “the Navy to design, patent, right-out-of-the-science-fiction-sounding hybrid air-and-space/underwater-craft.”

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The Drive does not claim any direct link between the study of government and the use of anti-gravity propulsion technologies, but it is also said that “the world’s most advanced laboratories and under the control of both the armed forces and in the academic world, be sure to try their very best to be there for the better part of a century.”

The report refers to an account of the anti-gravity research-Dr. In Louis Witten, a professor of physics at the University of Cincinnati from 1968 until 1991.

In a video, which is included in the report, and the Whites will appear at a roundtable discussion held at the 27th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics and, in 2013, and he says that he was once in the employ of the Martin company in the mid-1950’s, which eventually became Lockheed Martin.

“The company had been building airplanes, building rockets that eventually led to the Titan missile, which was to be used for a lot of the space vehicle in flight,” White can be heard saying in the video. “And, [b], vice president [Martin] had the idea of…to the development of anti-gravity…and so he had the bright idea that he was going to have to start off in a basic research laboratory, which is an anti-gravity would be discovered.”

White (at the 1:52 mark) then goes on to say, “I have been assigned to the new laboratory, to discover anti-gravity, and was told that it was up to me.”

At the end of his comments, White said, the united states air force established its own gravity, research, project at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base.

Based on the report of the now-defunct New York Herald Tribune, and The Drive will report also cites scientific authorities, in the 50’s and 60’s who have been involved in gravity research. Scientists including Edward Teller of the University of California and is noted for its development of the hydrogen bomb, and director. J. Robert Oppenheimer, the director of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton university.

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