Fusion reactor as a gravitational generator.


Researchers have successfully succeeded in operating a fusion reactor that can generate gravity at the same time.

With the help of particle accelerators as well as ionizing particle radiation, it is possible to operate a fusion reactor stable and thereby generate gravity differently from magnets.

With this technology it is possible to bend the room and thus get faster from a to b.


Even with relatively little energy, gravitational fields can be created.

The ionized particle rays are shot at each other in a vacuum tube, creating the gravitational field.

The experiment with ionized radiation particles in the ultraviolet light range was successful.

This gives hope for artificial gravity in space flights and space stations.

Endeavour Space Shuttle mit Weltraum im Hintergrund.