Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion
by Paul A. Laviolette, PHD.
this is a good book, perhaps. If what he says is true.. (and it's a big if) it's amazing stuff.. the B2 bomber for just one thing.. My main crit. here is all the formulas and equations which, baffle with bxxxxxx? I don't know. Someone else pointed out.. the use of the PHD in the title is a hint that he's trying to get cred. by using that 'title'.. to support a bunch of conspiracy theories.
What reading this one makes me think is that you can't go along with anyone, or accept anything, or take anyone's word for it.. he is making the case that there are a group of scientists working on 'black projects' who know that there is a new physics, and the old stuff is obsolete.. subquantum kinetics.. whatever that is.. is the new theory, and the old theory of the ether is back. I recon that a fair bit needs to be skipped and it's boring, but at least it's not all cut and paste appendix, like on Bill Coopers book.. ''ride a pale horse''.. This books provokes a sort of science fiction wonderment, like the artwork of Heavy Metal, and there's enough here to keep you reading, although it's not everyones cup of tea, but just treated as a sci-fi fantasy is enough.. could be a lot better, with more eye-witness accounts and that sort of investigation to make it interesting. That's what this book is supposed to be.. entertaining.. no one is going to run off and check the equations, so there's no point in all that, books like this are targeted at the general population, who want a good read, not a textbook to support their studies..