Anti-gravity, really?

Physicists insist that because gravity is a basic force of nature, constructing an antigravity machine is theoretically impossible.

Whilst the ‘anti-gravity machine is theoretically impossible’ line may work for some scientists, recently, several highly respected physicists are constructing a ‘force-field’ machine that acts on matter in a similar way to gravity.

If the theoretical work is borne out in the laboratory, it will prove Einstein was correct in predicting that moving matter generates two types of gravitational field: gravito-magnetic and gravito-electric.

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