Nick Cook is an award-winning defense and aerospace journalist, who for the past 15 years has been Aviation Editor and Aerospace Consultant of the world-renowned trade publication Jane's Defense Weekly. Nick is a regular contributor to The Financial Times and has also written for numerous newspapers in the United Kingdom. His analysis was sought by UK, US and other world news media during the 1991 Gulf War and 1999 Kosovo conflict. In his 18 year career, he has visited the world's leading defense establishments and has gained access to numerous top secret military facilities and bases in the US and former Soviet Union. In addition, Cook's two hour documentary for the Discovery Channel, Billion Dollar Secret, detailed for the first time the secret inner workings of America's classified weapons establishment.
Reporter for Jane's Defence Weekly, Nick Cook presented an in depth conversation on the subjects of antigravity and zero point energy. Cook said the concept of zero point energy -- that a potential and limitless power source pervades all of space -- is "rooted in science." ... More »Host: Art Bell
In this rebroadcast from March 14, 2004, Nick Cook, a reporter for Jane's Defence Weekly, discusses antigravity and zero point energy. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Reporter for Jane's Defence Weekly, Nick Cook discussed the latest information on antigravity and zero point energy. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Writer Nick Cook (website), appeared on Wednesday's program discussing technological developments that involve Zero Point energy (ZPE) and anti-gravity. Cook explained that ZPE is a "background radiation source that pops in and out of existence on a relentless and infinite scale." However, he pointed out that it is difficult to make hardware that can take advantage of this boundless energy. One use of ZPE is to harness anti-gravity, and Cook said this kind of experimentation could be traced back to Nazi Germany during WWII. They were exploring an "extraordinary cauldron of ideas," out of desperation to stay in the war, said Cook. One weapon they were working on was a bell-shaped device, that had an ionizing glow, and could have been their answer to the nuclear bomb, he said. Cook also spoke about his investigation near the top-secret Area 51, which he conducted about a decade ago, as research for his book The Hunt for Zero Point. He witnessed an orb of orange light dri ... More »Host: George Noory
As war broke out on Wednesday night, George stayed on the air for a full six hours combining updates from the Middle East with open lines. Callers phoned in their reactions to the new war and how it was affecting their lives. George also set up special topic line "for people who have the ability during troubled times to get a vision." One of the most fascinating calls on the Vision Line came from Ruthanna of Atlanta. "It concerns homing pigeons," she said. While there is a tight watch on the US borders, what she saw unfolding was the releasing of birds carrying harmful biologicals landing at random places in the US. She was particularly struck at what an effective weapon this was, and how it was such a contrast to the barrage of 9-11. Other caller's visions detailed a car bomb at LAX, a huge object striking Mexico, and people dissolving on the floor from a red liquid. ... More »Host: George Noory
Imagine the power, economic and military, that would fall into the hands of the person who figured out how to bypass the ordinary laws of physics, defy gravity, and travel near the speed of light. Though it sometimes seems to fall in the realm of science fiction more than pure science, aviation-technology journalist Nick Cook's intriguing tale involves the long quest to develop antigravity vehicles and the sometimes eccentric characters who have played a part in it: Nazi rocket engineers, backyard inventors, NASA scientists, conspiracy theorists, and UFO watchers among them. ... More »Host: Art Bell