Göde-Award: Who wants to be a millionaire?
GÖDE Stiftung awards 1 million Euro for overcoming gravity.
Waldaschaff. ‘Nothing is impossible’. True to this motto, the Göde-Stiftung awards the ‘GÖDE-Award for Gravitational Research’ for the first time. The award in this special field of experimental physics is endowed with a premium of one million euros. Everyone can take part, which succeeds in letting a at least 20 gram heavy test body float freely in an experiment in at least 10 cm distance from a supporting surface over a period of at least 1 minutes.
As far as gravitational research is concerned, the established science is at a dead end, according to the Waldaschaff Stiftung. ‘Research cannot progress with conventional experiments,’ explains the founder of the foundation, Dr. Michael Göde. In the opinion of the Göde-Stiftung, now is the time to break new ground. ‘We have learned to control the mechanical and electromagnetic forces – why shouldn’t we learn to control the force that keeps us on the ground,’ the researchers ask themselves. Of the four interactions known in physics, gravity is the least understood. Leading scientists are already of the opinion that neither gravity nor the speed of light is a constant.
The Russian scientist Dr. E. Podkletnov presented an experiment in which a specimen above a rotating superconducting disk becomes slightly lighter. Even a NASA working group is working on this topic.
Researchers from the Göde-Stiftung have already faithfully reproduced numerous experiments that are supposed to show corresponding effects. However, none of them could be confirmed. Dr. Michael Göde is sure: ‘The question of controlling gravity is not an `if` but only a `how`”.
The Göde- Stiftung – Institute for Gravitational Research in Waldaschaff – is concerned with exactly this ‘how’. The ‘Innovation award for Gravitation’ with the Million Euro prize is awarded to the person who succeeds in letting a test body weighing at least 20 grams float freely in an experiment at a distance of at least 10 cm from a supporting surface for a period of at least 1 minute. It must be possible to prove a direct influence on gravity.
Known levitation effects based on classical effects such as aerodynamics, magnetism or electricity are not permitted. The experiment must be able to be reconstructed by the Göde-Stiftung and function. The participant must prove that it is exclusively a direct influence on the gravitational force. Anyone can take part, regardless of profession and academic degree. Employees of the Göde-Stiftung or their relatives are excluded.
Please send your application documents to:
Am Heerbach 5,
Legal recourse is excluded.