Electrogravitic Communication
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Electrogravitic communication (EGC) systems are based on the use of electromagnetically generated gravitational waves rather than electromagnetic waves typically used in radio, television, and other communications systems.

EGC systems offer the potential of instantaneous communication over unlimited distances due to the nature of the structure of space theorized by Townsend Brown. In addition, modulated frequencies transmitted and received by EGC electrogravitc communication apparatuses designed and tested were not attenuated by electromagnetic shielding, and the working upper range of frequencies could not be determined during testing.

EGC systems are ideally suited for civilian (as well as military) applications - ultra-high, electrogravitic frequency transmission receivable over large distances, and not susceptible to attenuation by ground mass or shielding.

Relevant Documents:

"Thomas Townsend Brown: Electro-Gravity Device , An Investigation Relative to T. T. Brown," by Willoughby M. Cady (ONR, Pasadena), Office of Naval Research File 24-185 (15 September 1952).

(Duplicate link in the Stress in Dielectrics section)

One of the few papers associated with Townsend Brown in the public domain is the preliminary patent application entitled "Electrogravitic Communication System (Section II)" (PDF) assigned to Electro-Gravitics, Inc., Washington, D.C. by Townsend Brown in the early 1950's.

Section I is not available, and all further information generated by the U.S. Patent Office application is unavaliable. The U.S. Patent Office is constantly screened by the U.S. military. Inventions pertaining to, or having some bearing on advances in weaponry, camouflage, defensive armor, communication systems, and the like, are routinely classified under the auspices of national security.

This document is the document referred to in an interesting article ParaSETI: ET Contact via Subtle Energies by Mr. Gavin Dingley, which appeared in Nexus Magazine, Vol. 8, No. 1, December 2000-January 2001. The article contains a section on Townsend Brown and his work with electrogravitic communication.

In the bibliography, Mr. Dingley references, "Brown, T. Townsend, "Electrogravitational Communication System", US Patent No. 719,767, issued September 1956;" however, this number actually refers the the patent application number, and not an existing patent. Our thanks to Mr. Dingley for providing this information.

Excerpt from "Research and Preliminary Engineering Space Vehicle Program Proposal - Group B - Propogation of Gravitational Waves.

(Duplicate link in the Stress in Dielectrics section)

Project Winterhaven: A Proposal for Joint Services Research and Development Contract (PDF - 1.6 Mb).

(Duplicate link in the Electrohydrodynamics section)

Please be advised that several of the above documents are copyrighted by The Townsend Brown family. All rights reserved. Please see Legal and Copyright Information for additional copyright information.

Relevant Articles:

Communicating with Mars - The Experiments of Tesla & Hodowanec by Robert A. Nelson.

Faster than a Speeding Light by E. E. Richards.

Gravity Waves - Production of Gravity Waves for Communications and Propulsion Purposes.

Notes on Scalar Detector Designs by Robert Shannon, 1996.

Will gravity-wave communication be possible? - Antennas and Propagation Magazine, IEEE. Unfortunately, this paper is a pay site, but a good library should be able to access the original article.

Submitted Articles:

"Application of Ether Longitudinal Waves for Telecommunication Systems" by Alexander V. Frolov.

Research Organizations:

Gravity Wave Radio

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