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Engineer Xavier Borg - Blaze Labs Research

My goal in this section is to support some of my theories through the use of practical experiments, since only a repeatable experiment can truly validate one's theories. The widespread adoption, by the scientific publishing establishment, of the so-called peer review system limits publication to only those papers that have been approved by one or more of their reviewers. Ironically, this system has merely succeeded in perpetuating the current paradigm. Although the original intent of the peer review system was to ensure the consistent high quality of published papers, in practice it frequently excluded the work of those scientists whose views were not congruent with established scientific paradigms. In effect, this practice stifles progress and inhibits change, although an increasing number of publications continue to abandon this procedure. The Internet can also be credited with helping to overcome this bottleneck by encouraging the free and immediate exchange of information. Most of the experiments documented on this page are easily replicated. By providing reproducible, experimental proof of some fundamentally new concepts, it is my hope that some minds will be opened to the belief that progress can sometimes be achieved only by abandoning the current paradigm.

This page contains a series of experiments closely related to ideas in the 'Food for thought' section.

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Experiment 01
In this experiment, a device consisting of a vertical array of asymmetric capacitors is tested for an increase in inertia. A second sealed version gives the same results. Further experimental electronic readings confirm that a small change in the permittivity of air and space-time distortion within the high voltage gradient has taken place!

Experiment 02
In this experiment, a high performance sealed device lifts 20g (one galvanised nut on each corner). The surrounding dielectric (air) makes no contact with any of its electrodes.

Experiment 03
Design of a lightweight power supply for lifters.

Experiment 04
Design of a remote-controlled lifter.

Experiment 05
Radiation emission detection within lifters.

Experiment 06
Ionocrafts vs lifters

Experiment 07
Heated nichrome cathode lifter.

Experiment 08
Zinc versus Aluminium lifter.

Experiment 09
Measurement errors with pulsed DC sources.

Experiment 10
The electromagnetic Magnus effect.

Experiment 11
Gravitational shielding experiment.

Experiment 12
Thruster gas test experiment (He, CO2, N2)

Experiment 13
Design of a high-power, high-voltage power supply.

Experiment 14
100 gram payload lifter.

Experiment 15
65 kV power supply.

Experiment 16
300 kV air-cored transformer resonant power supply.

Experiment 17
50kV Lab power supply.

Experiment 18
Ion triodes.

Experiment 19
Blazelabs resonant multipliers.

Experiment 20
Project RX-7 instrumentation.

Experiment 21
Attempt at measuring gravitational shielding

Experiment 22
1600 °C furnace - melts iron in a few minutes

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