References to gravity manipulation, transmission, and etc.

“How I Control Gravitation”
T.T. Brown
Science & Invention (August 1929) / Psychic Observer 37(1)

Link is

“Thomas Townsend Brown: Electro-Gravity Device
An Investigation Relative to T. T. Brown”
Willoughby M. Cady (ONR, Pasadena)

Electrogravitational Communication System
(Return to Index Page)
Preliminary Patent Specifications and Claims
(Section II)

All diagrams are missing!!

“Application of Ether Longitudinal Waves
for Telecommunication Systems”
(Return to Index Page)
by Alexander V. Frolov

Scientific Expert of the Russian Physical Society
P.O.Box 37, 193024, St.-Petersburg, Russia
Tel: 7-812-2747877

Communicating with Mars: Experiments of Tesla & Hodowanec
Colorado Springs Gazette (9 Jan. 1901), p. 7, col. 6,7,8; ibid. (9 March 1901), p. 4, c. 2.
Electrical World (4 April 1896), p. 369: “Is Tesla to Signal to the Stars?”
Mountain Sunshine (Denver, CO) 1(1): 31-34 (1899).
English Mechanic & World of Science, #2228 (5 Dec. 1907)
New York Evening Post (22 Jan.1919), p. 14, c. 4, 5.
New York Sun (Thurs., 3 Jan. 1901); ibid., (12 July 1937), p. 6.
New York Times (23 May 1909), p. 10, c. 6, 7.; ibid. (3 Feb., 1919); p. 14, c.3: “Celestial Movies”; ibid., (3 Sept. 1921), p. 4, c. 4.; ibid., (11 July 1937), p. 13, c. 2.
New York Tribune (12 Jan .901), p. 2, c. 3.
Pyramid Guide 4 (3):1 (Jan.-Feb. 1976); ibid., 5(2):5 (Nov.-Dec. 1976); “Letter From Tesla” (6 Jan. 1900).
Tesla, N., Collier’s Weekly (March 1901), p. 359-361; “Talking With the Planets”
Tesla, N., Current Opinion (March 1919), p. 170-171; “That Prospective Communication with Another Planet”
Tesla, N., “Electrical Communication with the Planets” in Thompson, S.P.: Polyphase Electric Currents & AC Motors; 1902, Collier & Son, NY; p. 234-236;
Tesla, N., Harvard Illustrated Mag. (March, 1907), p. 119-121; “Signaling to Mars” Tesla, N.: New York Herald (12 Oct. 1919), p. 7; “Signals to Mars…”
Time (20 July 1931), p. 27.
Lawrence, L.G.: “Interstellar Communications Signals”; Borderlands 52(1):27-29 (1996)
Hodowanec, Gregory: Rhysmonic Cosmology (H18-HG3/$6); ibid., Rhysmonic Cosmology Notes (H17-HG2/$4); ibid., Rhysmonic Cosmology Collected Papers (H19-HG4/$8); ibid., Rhysmonics Articles (H21-HG6/$4); ibid., G-Wave Detectors (H16-GH/$7); ibid., GWD Circuits (H20-HG5/$7); ibid., Rhysmonics Updates (H22-HG7/$4). Published by: Rex Research, P.O. Box 19250, Jean NV 89019; Catalog: $2.

Rhysmonic Cosmology
Gregory Hodowanec

Figure 12: Simplest elecronic gravitational “wave” signal detector

This is the one I was looking for.

The 4-mile Microphone

In my opinion, the device is not picking up audio signals in the manner of a conventional microphone where air pressure waves vibrate a transducer, creating an electrical signal which is then amplified. The interesting thing is that it is distinctly possible that some other mechanism is coming into play here. This opinion is supported by the fact that Dave’s circuit is a very upgraded version of a monopole gravity-wave detector. Dave used this device to record the “sound” of the Shumaker-Levy comet colliding with Jupiter.

Click to access Mic.pdf

Gravity Wave Radio

Alternative theories about Gravity in physics

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