The Hunt for Zero Point

The Hunt for Zero Point

"The U.S. military have for years had top-secret anti-gravity technology, initially invented by the Nazis. In 1956, a group of aerospace engineers announced that anti-gravity would soon be a reality, but it never appeared to happen. Now Cook thinks that it did, but it was covered up." --Back cover.


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