Guidelines to Antigravity

@article{Forward1963GuidelinesTA,
  title={Guidelines to Antigravity},
  author={R. Forward},
  journal={American Journal of Physics},
  year={1963},
  volume={31},
  pages={166-170}
}
  • R. Forward
  • Published 1963
  • Physics
  • American Journal of Physics
This paper emphasizes certain little known aspects of Einstein's general theory of relativity. Although these features are of minor theoretical importance, their understanding and use can lead to the generation and control of gravitational forces. Three distinctly different non-Newtonian gravitational forces are described. The research areas which might lead to methods for the control of gravitation are pointed out and guidelines for initial investigation into these areas are given. 

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