Gravity 2.0 explores the design opportunities found in a unique and evolving theory of gravity. If confirmed, it will dramatically change – and possibly save – our world.
It is about the impacts of a new technology to modify gravity and how a new discipline of “gravity design” will guide new designs in transportation, architecture, medicine, sports, and possibly make our world a greener place to live.
This is neither science fiction nor junk science. The peer reviewed scientific studies cited are part of a growing body of work to understand the nature of gravity and to provide answers as to why general relativity is incomplete in describing our universe. We are on the brink of another incredible expansion of technology – and gravity is at its center.
This book reviews one outlier theory of gravity modification from the mid 1950s through experiments conducted at one of Europe’s largest research laboratories conducted with the support of the European Space Agency and NASA. Written from a designer’s perspective, the book investigates recent expansions of the theory with implications for propulsion. It explores what it would take to construct field generators by employing existing magnetic and condensed matter physics, then forecasts possible future impacts.
Flying cars and spaceports are only the most obvious outcomes. Also explored is how gravity modification (gMod) can improve medical care, alter manufacturing, produce remarkable architecture, change the physicality of sports, and even resist the effects of climate change. Gravity modification may not only be the answer to a more economically vibrant and game-changing future, but also the answer to generating clean and carbon free green energy.
Appended to the book is a bonus feature. It is the article “Terrestrial and space applications of gravity-like fields: a designer’s perspective” appearing in the September 2014 issue of the Journal of Space Exploration. The article reviews the highlights of the book Gravity 2.0 and adds an extended discussion of powering gravity generators through use of LENR. LENR (low energy nuclear reactions) is the next generation of cold fusion, but applied to practical applications of carbon-free energy production to power industry, cities, vehicles and future gravity generators for extended periods of time.