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As a part of the Alternative Propulsion Engineering Conference’s (APEC) one year anniversary, the non-governmental organisation will live stream via YouTube a range of new APEC anti-gravity experiments, as a part of their three day long propulsion technology conference.
Mark Sokol, founder of APEC, said that the conference will be held at the Falcon Space Headquarters, located in New Jersey, New York, as reported by the Debrief Media.
Other topics of discussion will also include ancient Vimanas (mythological flying palaces), Zero-point energy and UAP’s (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena).
Sokol also noted that: “there will be anti-gravity experiments on the Saturday livestream”, with the inspiration for the experiments stemming from Dr. Frederick Alzofon’s 1981 famous anti-gravity experiments.
Dr. Alzofon is said to be the first person to theorise the idea of anti-gravity.
In his 1981 peer-reviewed paper “Anti-gravity with present technology – Implementation and theoretical foundation”, Dr. Alzofon states that anti-gravity propulsion and technology, commonly associated with UFO’s, is possible, as shown by his experiments.
Mark Sokol explained to the Debrief in a June 2021 interview that:
The live stream is scheduled for Saturday the 13th on AlienScientist’s YouTube channel, named “APEC 11/13: APEC’s 1-Year Anniversary & Nick Cook’s Zero Point”.