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An article in the weekly magazine Jane’s Aviation Weekly, which claimed that the B-2 Secret nuclear bomber is, in fact, using an electro-gravity propulsion system. Paul A. LaViolette has made a considerable study of the use of electro-gravity technology by the US Air Force, which has led to an investigation into the Black Secret Project in the field since late 1954.
LaViolette claims that the use of electro-gravity may have been implemented in the advanced technology of the B-2 Bomber to provide an exotic auxiliary mode of propulsion. This conclusion is based on the recent access to the public that the main wing edge loads and the B-2 jet exhaust stream runs at high voltage.
Positive ions, emitted from the main edge of the wing would produce a positively charged parabolic envelope of the ions in front of the ship, while the negative ions are injected into their exhaust stream, they would give a negative charge of the trailing space, with a potential superior difference To 15 million volts.
According to the electro-gravity investigation carried out by Tesla and T. Townsend Brown, such a differentiated charge of space would install a force without reaction on the ship in the direction of the positive pole.
An electro-gravity drive of this class could allow the B-2 to operate with an over-drive propulsion efficiency when cruising at supersonic speeds. On March 9, 1992, the weekly magazine Aviation and Space made a surprising uncovering, that the B-2 electrostatically charges its exhaust stream, and the main edges of its body, similar to wings.
Those familiar with Tesla’s research in the early 20th century will quickly realize that this is equivalent to indicating that the B-2 can function as an anti-gravity aircraft. Aviation magazine obtained its information about the B-2 from a small group of renegade West Coast scientists and engineers who were formerly associated with black research projects.
Making these uncoverings, these scientists broke the code of silence that rivals those of the Mafia. They took the risk because they felt it was important for economic reasons that efforts be made to declassify certain black technologies for commercial