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What Goes Up...

By Dr. John Stover
Price: $4.99

Format: (eBook)
ISBN 13: 9781634134361
Publisher: Publish Green
Publication Date: 04/20/2015

Did Einstein make a mistake? Some smart people think so and it may be the reason for our inability to explain gravity. What Goes Up… is the story of five people who find a way to distort gravity. They use this knowledge to build a small ship – that essentially “falls” in the direction they wish to travel. After many adventures, they prepare to go public and serious trouble starts. It is a “leveling technology” and is not appreciated by powerful governments and companies.


The story is told anomalously by “Alan” who, staying in hiding, asks John Stover to “author” his account of the discovery, their adventures and Alan’s escape from a government crackdown – to write the book. It goes from lab room to boardroom, around the globe and even into space. Whether you enjoy the science or not, you will find their adventures in Gossamer Wings, the very realistic struggles with small company politics and the final conflict with a government crackdown to be both exciting and thought provoking.

John graduated with a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Purdue in 1970. His first job involved light scatter measurement during which he met scatter expert Petr Beckmann. John continued to work with light scatter for most of his career, but vicariously followed Petr’s less traditional work as described in Einstein Plus Two. His interest in Petr’s ideas eventually resulted in What Goes Up… Over the years, John taught at three universities and worked for both large and small companies. He is a SPIE Fellow, the author of over 100 papers and his SPIE Press book, Optical Scattering: Measurement and Analysis is now in a third edition. He currently runs The Scatter Works, Inc. located in Tucson, Arizona.


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