Posted by: bravo22c | 13/02/2010

Good science, bad science.

Good science: scientist performs and experiment about generating gravity artificially:

…………….then, in an article, is quoted thus: Tajmar hopes that other physicists will conduct their own versions of the experiment in order to verify the findings and rule out a facility induced effect.

Bad science: Chief global warming advocate is shown that there are minor flaws in some f the data he has been using. Ad hominem attacks galore:

The church of agw marches on………..

btw, it seems that the artificial gravity thing may not turn out to be correct……doesn’t matter though, that’s how you ‘do’ science, put up a theory and then see if it can be knocked down. Unlike the agw crew who cry ‘sceptic’ or ‘denier’ at anyone who dares challenge their conclusions.


  1. Hi,

    I don’t know if you’ve come across this reading but if you’re really interested in where our planet is on “Taming Gravity” you might want to read this Popular Mechanics Oct 1999 issue on Dr. Ning Li and her “A/C Gravity”.

    The article is titled “Taming Gravity” appropriately.

    The article does a very good job of explaining Dr. Ning Li’s A/C Gravity. It is a must read for anyone interested in where our planet is on the subject of “Taming Gravity”!

    If it’s real science then we have a break through. It’s certainly inspiring sense it’s by a main stream physicist.


    • Thanks for that, John, I’ll go read it. (Been off the net for a week, apologies for the late reply.)

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