Tim Ventura has a career in Information Tech and telecommunications in the Seattle area. He started doing independent research into Antigravity in 1992, but didn't begin sharing his work with the pubic until 2002. He created The American Antigravity website in 2002 when he became involved with the Lifter project, popularized by Jean-Louis Naudin on the JLN-Labs website in France. American Antigravity has done considerable research since that time into a variety of antigravity and field-effect propulsion projects.
The American Antigravity website has become the most comprehensive resource of its kind online and has evolved since its inception into a one-stop resource for news and information about Antigravity technology. In addition, Tim's American Antigravity website has been featured on a multitude of television networks, such as Nippon TV and the BBC, as well as extensively covered in print by sources as diverse as Wired Magazine and Jane's Defense Weekly.
George Noory, now hosting the first Sunday of each month, welcomed Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission, who was paired with two different guests. In Hour 2, Hoagland brought on ex-NASA employee Ken Johnston, and the two discussed various issues related to the Shuttle Discovery. Tim Ventura of American Antigravity joined the show for the next two hours.
In the first hour Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission discussed the Hyperdimensional Physics of earth changes. For the main part of the show, Hoagland was joined by Tim Ventura, the creator of the American Antigravity website, to talk about experiments in... More »