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Offline makoto33

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Nature's Propulsion Grid
« on: April 22, 2012, 06:28:12 AM »
Perhaps the intensity of the 'magnetic field' or some unknown force from nature along this pathway reaches its peak times during the months of June~August making 'gravity' controllable within Campbell

Has anyone tested this theory at this precise location?





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Re: Nature's Propulsion Grid
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2012, 12:40:11 PM »
Perhaps the intensity of the 'magnetic field' or some unknown force from nature along this pathway reaches its peak times during the months of June~August making 'gravity' controllable within Campbell

Has anyone tested this theory at this precise location?

Some of our team have revisited that exact site a few times on the anniversary date, and nothing special was noticed. Magnetic or gravitational field anomalies are usually too weak for a most instruments to easily measure. And, anything capable of suspend such a craft would surely have been noticeable on other objects nearby.