documenting serious gravity
manipulation research, in particular the Podkletnov effect
and the Woodward effect
. While the maintainer is a believer
in the possibility of modifying inertia
, he is not wedded religiously to one approach, and the site contains solid information, references, and links.
The site can be found at: http://inetarena.com/~noetic/pls/gravity.html
The name is derived from H.G. Wells' 1899 story, First Men on the Moon. In it, a scientist named Cavor discovers anti-gravity in the form of a mineral paste called cavorite. He used this substance to shield
a sphere from gravity, allowing the characters inside to travel to the moon.
Since the site was initally created to document work on the Podklentov effect, which allegedly produces an anti-gravity effect from quantum weirdness.