Anti-gravity devices: are they realistic?

Anti-gravity devices: are they realistic?

Date & time: 6.30–7.30pm 18 February 2021, AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Location: T2 Theatre, Cultural Centre Kambri Precinct, University Avenue  Australian National University  Acton, ACT 2601
Speakers: Dr Peter J Riggs

There have been several claims made over the last fifty years that anti-gravity devices are not only possible but have actually been constructed.

This lecture will look at what these claims are about and some of the individual devices proposed. 

Dr Peter J Riggs is a physicist and a philosopher of science at the Australian National University. He is a leading researcher on the foundations of physics. Dr Riggs’ books include: Quantum Causality(Springer Academic, 2009) and Whys and Ways of Science (Melbourne University Press, 1992).

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, registration for this event is essential and social distancing must be adhered to. 


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