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*** AntiGravity Propulsion ***
* A Faster Stairway to the Stars *
* F.A.Q. *

I have had a dream of an antigravity mechanism that I think will work -
What is my next step?

Interestingly, I have met, contacted, and heard of many persons who have had impressions, intuitions, dreams, etc., of AntiGravity and other mechanisms.
Einstein actually said he had picked up his Special Theory of Relativity through a dream.
I actually think that this is the way new ideas and machines are brought into our reality. It's almost as if these people are 'remembering' these concepts from another time or another place (reincarnation?).

However, to answer your question:  If you cannot or do not want to build your device yourself,   there are people around that will build your AntiGravity (or Free-Energy) device,   some for free,   and some for a fee....

First and Foremost, however, the main consideration here is to protect your intellectual property rights. Do NOT send diagrams or anything else to anyone until you have protected your idea by registering it as YOUR property.

Over the years, (I'm a 63-year old AeroSpace Engineer), I have found the most efficient and certainly the least expensive methods of registering documentation are:

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(1)Keep a conventional, witnessed, permanently bound, and page-numbered laboratory notebook (date each page) or notarized records as evidence of conception of an invention.
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In addition,
Write up as complete of a description as possible with text and drawings including every variation to the mechanism that you think might be important. (Length is not important - the fee is the same for 1 page or 100 pages.) This is an informally written document, and could be hand-written with hand-drawn diagrams if necessary. See the web-sites below for the full requirements.

(2)Register your write-up and drawings with the U.S. Patent Office under their 'Disclosure Document Program':

A service provided by the US Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) is the acceptance and preservation for two years of "Disclosure Documents" as evidence of the date of conception of an invention.

United States Patent and Trademark Office:

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(3)Also, Copyright your same write-up and drawings with the Copyright Office of The Library of Congress($30):

Library of Congress - Copyrights:   Generally, use Form TX

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I have noticed that Patents are not the best way to go in today's 'Business' environment:
They take an extremely long time to get(multi-years);
Most times you have to fight them through the bureaucracy to defend your claims;
The defense department can confiscate your material so that it won't see the light-of-day for years if not decades.

Also, myself and others have found that any ideas or concepts that are submitted to any government agency (NASA, etc, etc,) are downplayed and dismissed since nobody outside their agency could possibly come up with something new.

Your best technical approach, is to keep your concept as quiet and as secret as possible, until a demonstration model is constructed, then you want to be as public as possible, to preclude any underhanded action from anyone or any government.
Bruce DePalma with his Free-Energy machine was a great example for keeping his device as public as possible to keep the machine and himself safe!

Coming Soon.

Good Luck and
Please keep me in your information pipeline.

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