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Dr. Ning Li and her anti-gravity research – further information

Summary

The work of Dr. Ning Li https://www.berryhillfh.com/obituary/ning-li?lud=4CF765EE88E7526FCBA619C30101F7E6 Back in 2019, I wrote an article about the anti-gravity research of U. S. researcher, Dr. Ning Li, who subsequently passed away on 27 July 2021. Following the publication of that article, my interests moved on […]

The work of Dr. Ning Li

https://www.berryhillfh.com/obituary/ning-li?lud=4CF765EE88E7526FCBA619C30101F7E6


Back in 2019, I wrote an article about the anti-gravity research of U. S. researcher, Dr. Ning Li, who subsequently passed away on 27 July 2021. Following the publication of that article, my interests moved on to other things. It was therefore, a pleasant surprise to recently receive an email from an individual named Kent Bye, who had undertaken his own research on the MITRE 2003 Gravitational Wave Conference, at which Dr. Ning Li presented a paper.

Kent Bye’s findings

With Kent’s kind permission, I would like to document his findings, in this blog post. Kent wrote:

I went down a rabbit hole tracking down information on the MITRE 2003 Gravitational Wave Conference after some UFOTwitter discussion about Ning Li. I recalled that Hal Puthoff answered a question about her and said he read all of her work at the SCU AAP conference in 2021, but that she went dark and nothing came from it. Hal said that he was there at the 2003 MITRE conference, and it looks like Eric W. Davis was there as well, and I had trouble finding information about it at first, but I was able to dig up some references. Dr. Hal Puthoff is asked about Ning Li in the Q&A of his 2021 SCU AAP Conference Keynote


2003 conference


After I did my whole research that I’m about to pass along to you for you to digest and potentially pass along as a blog post, then I discovered your 2019 post on Ning Li, which is very, very comprehensive. However, your timeline is missing her 2003 paper, which Hal mentioned — in part because the 2003 MITRE conference is somewhat obscure and hard to track down as the Conference Proceedings don’t appear to have been publicly published by MITRE, although they may be available via FOIA.


So here’s my reconstruction of the 2003 MITRE Gravity Wave conference from what I could find. Feel free to use it as you see fit and I’m happy to be attributed or not, and just want to make this information a bit easier for the UFO community to track down, and your blog posts seemed like a good outlet for that. 

Ning Li (physicist)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ning_Li_(physicist)

A couple of papers were mentioned:

Torr, D. G., & Li, N. (1993). Gravitoelectric-electric coupling via superconductivity. Foundations of Physics Letters, 6(4), 371–383. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00665654
FULL TEXT LINK: https://sci-hub.se/10.1007/BF00665654

Harris, E. G. (1999). Comments on “Gravitoelectric-Electric Coupling via Superconductivity” by Douglas G. Torr and Ning Li Foundations of Physics Letters, 12(2), 201–208. https://doi.org/10.1023/a:1021621425670
FULL TEXT LINK: https://sci-hub.se/10.1023/A:1021621425670

Hal mentions that he was at the Mitre Gravitational Wave Conference, which happened in 2003.


Proceedings of the conference


A citation that I’ve found is the Proceedings of the Gravitational-Wave Conference, edited by P. Murad and R Baker, The MITRE Corporation, Mclean, Virginia, May 6-9, 2003, but a full copy does not appear anywhere online.

A best accounting of the ~25 papers presented there in 2003 [HFGW-03-101 to HFGW-03-125] can be pieced together from this reference: http://www.gravwave.com/pdf/HFGW%20References.pdf [and is shown down below]

Hal mentioned Ning’s 2003 paper that she presented at MITRE, which was:
Ning Li (2003), “Measurability of AC gravity fields,” paper HFGW-03-106, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

Here’s an abstract of Li’s “Measurability of AC gravity fields,” paper
https://web.archive.org/web/20150329013606/https://www.thelivingmoon.com/91_PDF_Database/Gravity_Related/106-Ning-Li-Prepub.pdf


Eric Davis


Eric Davis’ Website provides a bit more context for the 2003 MITRE gathering as his participation on behalf of the Defense Intelligence Agency & National Security Space Office: Int’l High-Frequency Gravitational Waves Working Group, Gravitational Wave Conference, MITRE Corp., McLean, VA.
via https://earthtech.org/pubs/davis/


Robert M. L. Baker Jr. 


Robert M. L. Baker Jr. was interviewed about the 2003 MITRE gathering, and this is what he had to say:

[QUESTION] Robert, I understand that there are literally dozens of physicists & engineers doing research on High Frequency Gravitational Waves, and the 2003 Mitre HFGW conference was a pivotal first event in terms of bringing them together as a community. Can you describe this for me a bit?

[ANSWER] The MITRE conference was a crucial first step in bringing scientists together to discuss HFGWs from both the perspectives of theoretical physicists and practical engineers and included scientists from all over the world.

Interestingly though, scientists from China who were not able to attend the event became some of the biggest proponents of HFGW research and use the MITRE papers as background for their research.

The community that took shape at the MITRE Conference later evolved into STAIF Section-F, and this was due entirely to the tireless efforts of Paul Murad and Tony Robertson. STAIF proved to be an excellent forum for the presentation and discussion of new concepts in gravitational science.

https://medium.com/discourse/do-high-frequence-gravitational-waves-explain-li-podkletnovs-experimental-results-5d9f9560e1a6

Presentations at the Conference


I was able to piece together who presented at the 2003 MITRE Gavitational Wave Conference from this reference document from Baker’s GravWav LLC from this reference: http://www.gravwave.com/pdf/HFGW%20References.pdf

HFGW-03-101
Robert M. L. Baker, Jr. (2003), “What Poincaré and Einstein have wrought: a modern, practical application of the general theory of relativity (The story of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves)”, paper HFGW-03-101, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-102
Heinz Dehnen and Fernando Romero-Borja (2003), “Generation of GHz – THz High-Frequency Gravitational Waves in the laboratory,” paper HFGW-03-102, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-103
Chincarini and Gianluca Gemme (2003), “Micro-wave based High-Frequency Gravitational Wave detector,” paper HFGW-03-103, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-104
Gary V. Stephenson (2003), “The application of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW) to communications,” paper HFGW-03-104, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-105
Pankaj S. Joshie (2003), “Possible celestial sources of HFGW ‘noise’: gravitational collapse of massive stars,” paper HFGW-03-105, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-106
Ning Li (2003), “Measurability of AC gravity fields,” paper HFGW-03-106, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-107
Giorgio Fontana and Robert M. L. Baker, Jr. (2003), “The high-temperature superconductor (HTSC) gravitational laser (GASER),” paper HFGW-03-107, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-108
Fang-Yu Li, Meng-Xi Tang, and Dong-Ping Shi (2003), “Electromagnetic response for High-Frequency Gravitational Waves in the GHz to THz band,” paper HFGW-03-108, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-109
Melvin A. Lewis (2003), “Gravitational waves for voice and data communication,” paper HFGW-03-109, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9

HFGW-03-110
Marc G. Millis (2003), “NASA breakthrough propulsion physics project,” paper HFGW-03-110, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-111
Giorgio Fontana (2003), “Gravitational radiation applied to space travel,” paper HFGW-03-111, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-112
M. Portilla (2003), “Generation of HFGW by irradiating a multidielectric film,” paper HFGW-03-112, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-113
Valentin N. Rudenko (2003), “Optimization of parameters of a coupled generator-receiver for a gravitational Hertz experiment,” paper HFGW-03-113, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-114
Paul A. Murad and Robert M. L. Baker, Jr. (2003), “Gravity with a spin: Angular momentum in a gravitational-wave field,” paper HFGW-03-114, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-115
Nikolai N. Gorkavyi (2003), “Generation of gravitational waves as a key factor for the origin and dynamics of the Universe,” paper HFGW-03-115, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-116
Glen A. Robertson (2003), “Analysis of the impulse experiment using the electromagnetic analog of gravitational waves,” paper HFGW-03-116, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-117
Robert M. L. Baker, Jr. (2003), “Generation of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW) by means of an array of micro- and nano-devices,” paper HFGW-03-117, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-118
Roger Clive Woods (2003), “Gravitation and high-temperature superconductors: the current position,” paper HFGW -03-118, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-119
Leonid P. Grishchuk (2003), “Electromagnetic generators and detectors of gravitational waves,” paper HFGW-03-119, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-120
Robert M. L. Baker, Jr. (2003), “Application of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves to imaging,” paper HFGW-03-120, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-121
George D. Hathaway (2003), “Force beam and gravity modification experiments: an engineer’s perspective,” paper HFGW-03-121, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-122
H. David Froning, Jr. and Terence W. Barrett (2003), “Investigation ofspecially conditioned electromagnetic fields for High-Frequency Gravitational Wave generation,” paper HFGW-03-122, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9

HFGW-03-123
Robert E. Becker (2003), “A gravitational archipelago,” paper HFGW-03-123, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-124
Harold E. Puthoff and Michael Ibison (2003), “Polarizable vacuum ‘Metric Engineering’ approach to GRtype effects,” paper HFGW-03-124, Gravitational Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

HFGW-03-125
Eric W. Davis (2003), “Laboratory generation of high-frequency gravitons via quantization of the coupled Maxwell-Einstein fields,” paper HFGW-03-125, Gravitational-Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation, May 6-9.

2008 MITRE report


I came across another 2008 report from MITRE on HFGW that’s cited in the DIRD on “High-Frequency Gravitational Wave Communications”
https://documents2.theblackvault.com/documents/dia/AAWSAP-DIRDs/DIRD_21-DIRD_High-Frequency_Gravitational_Wave_Communications.pdf

Eardley, et al. (2008) “High Frequency Gravitational Waves,” JSR-08-506, October, the JASON Defense Science Advisory Panel and prepared for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Document is at https://irp.fas.org/agency/dod/jason/gravwaves.pdf

Technical report from JASON, The MITRE Corporation concludes: “Previous analysis of the Li-Baker detector concept is incorrect by many orders of magnitude” — That’s a different Li. (Dr. Fangyu Li of Chongqing University, China.)

“The subject of High Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW) has attracted considerable interest in the US government over the last few years. In September 2007, HFGW came to the attention of the National MASINT Committee of ODNI; in turn, staff at this committee asked JASON to review both the underlying science and technology of HFGW, and their implications for national security. JASON hosted briefings during June 17-18, 2008 from individuals both inside and outside the US government, and also collected about a thousand pages of printed or electronic material. This report gives our conclusions and supporting analyses, after having considered this input. Classified topics and conclusions are presented in the accompanying classified appendix.”


Acknowledgement

Thank you to Kent for his hard work on the above, and for sharing this with the UAP research community. 

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