Douglas Vandenberghe


Dr. Douglas Vandenberghe, a professional engineer, began his career in the nuclear industry as an assistant reactor shift supervisor. He went on to develop nuclear reactor components and computer simulations of reactor shutdown systems and loss of coolant accidents for the CANDU nuclear reactor. He integrated his energy research with his antigravity interests at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and conducted a series of antigravity experiments. To explain his test results he completed a critique of mainstream science's long standing mechanical and electrical laws and developed a conceptual energy based model, the Zero Point Energy model. This model, which links mass and electricity together, offers an explanation for science's widely accepted mechanical and electrical laws, explains his experimental results and many of the claims made by other antigravity researchers. This research is documented in his eBook, ENGINEERING, SCIENCE and ANTIGRAVITY Challenging the Challenges.


Engineering, Science and Antigravity: Challenging the Challenges
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 29,400. Language: Canadian English. Published: September 25, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Engineering, trades, & technology » Research, Nonfiction » Engineering, trades, & technology » Inventions
Antigravity research leading to the development of an energy based model that challenges mainstream science's understanding of its basic mechanical and electrical laws is presented. Although conceptual in nature, this model offers an explanation for antigravity and forms the basis for rational discussions between mainstream scientists and antigravity researchers.