LOST TRIBE, Wandering's ...: Some intresting reading.    
 Some intresting reading.5 comments
29 Jul 2003 @ 15:58, by Anthony Marsh

And this is from 2001, so god knows what they are doing with this info now, except for vax, maybe. :}

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4 Aug 2003 @ 16:38 by jmarc : Gravity Modification
Gravity Modification by High-Temperature Superconductors. Sounds interesting.  

4 Aug 2003 @ 16:43 by vibrani : Sounds cool
Good stuff!  

16 Aug 2003 @ 04:35 by Robert Sepehr @ : Planet X Documentary
The new clips are now online at www.planetxvideo.com
The line up is as follows:

Andy Lloyd is the Planet X researcher in England who proposed that a
brown dwarf might be orbiting the Sun back in June 1999. His Dark
Star Theory went into print in August 1999, only months before the
release of scientific papers outlining similar possibilities proposed
by astronomers.

Robertino Solarion has written numerous essays combining theories put
forth by Immanuel Velikovsky and Zacharia Sitchin concerning Nibiru.

Cody Jordan is a proponent of Zacharia Sitchin's Nibiru and has been
an active researcher for over 20 years. His expertise is in the
Mayan calendar and how it relates to Sitchin's timelines.

Dr. Radu Popa PHD is a Professor of Geobiology and Astrobiology at
the University of Southern California (USC). Dr. Popa has a PHD in
Ecology, a PHD in Microbiology, and was a Post Doctoral Scholar at
the California Institute of Technology - Jet Propulsion Laboratory -
NASA, Pasadena.

Dr. Bernard Pipkin PHD is Professor Emeritus in the Department of
Earth Sciences at the University of Southern California. He has
authored three books and many professional papers in environmental
geology, received the AA award for teaching excellence and hosted the
Emmy-winning series Oceanus.

Robert Sepehr

21 Aug 2003 @ 16:58 by craiglang : Zero-Funded
If you look on the BPP main page, you will read that as of January, they cut the funding for the project. So the answer to "what they are doing with this now" is probably "not much"...

My sense is that anything really out of the box won't come from NASA.  

21 Aug 2003 @ 18:03 by bushman : Hmm
Maybe not from NASA, but since the funding is gone, the people doing the studys are not gone, maybe some are now working for private companys, or even doing basement and garage labs at home. Like that guy doing the lifters from balsa wood and tinfoil. I'm thinking they know alot about how to cancel out gravity, the lifter idea is just too easy, they should of had toys in the 40's that worked like this lifter thing.

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