GM Workshop Schedule

The Xodus One Foundation will be conducting workshops on Gravity Modification, based on Ben Solomon’s 12-year study titled “An Introduction to Gravity Modification” and other later peer reviewed papers. And has been vetted by the Foundation’s Chief Science Office, Dr. Andrew Beckwith.

This workshop has been a year in development. It is a thought provoking & bleeding edge physics/technology workshop that will assists attendees to understand how the future of propulsion technology is changing from an engineering & physics perspective. Attendees will be able to adjust and extend your corporate programs to expect these future technologies. An undergraduate engineering knowledge of mathematics is sufficient to grasp the full value of this workshop.

Note, as of September 2014, Solomon’s peer reviewed paper “New Evidence, Conditions, Instruments & Experiments for Gravitational Theories“, Journal of Modern Physics, Volume 4, Number 8A, August 2013 (Special Issue on Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology) has had 3,600 downloads since its publication on August 27, 2013. This paper details the issues with contemporary physics that has hampered the discovery of gravity modification physics and proposes possible solutions.

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FAQ:
1. Types of Workshops:: There are 2 types, the Short 1-day and the Long 2-day.
2. Who Should Attend: Engineers, Physicists & Corporate Managers responsible for propulsion research programs.
3. Workshop Fees: See respective brochures, below. Workshop fees are tax deductible.
4. Workshop Payment: Uses secure Amazon Payments. If you don’t have an account please sign up a head of time, prior to making tax deductible workshop fee payments.
5. Seating: On a First Come First Served basis, based on payment dates. In the event of overbooking, later registrants will placed in the next business day workshops. If you are attending the Long workshop, please confirm seating dates before finalizing travel arrangements.
6. Future Schedule: Link to Future Schedule
7. Some Comments: Thorough, Well Thought Out, Brilliant . . .

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Short Workshop:
Type: This is a 1-day workshop or about 6 hours if no one asks any questions.
Brochure: Link to brochure.
Location: Webcast using WebEx
Next Workshop Date: Email for future schedule.
Pay By Date: Email for future schedule.
Payment: Use donate button below to make $500 payment via:

Amazon Payments

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PayPal

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Long Workshop:
Type: This is a 2-day workshop, still under development:
Brochure: See tentative brochure.
Location: To Be Determined
Workshop Date: To Be Determined
Pay By Date: To Be Determined
Payment: Payment button coming soon.

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3 Comments

  1. I am very pleased to have completed our first 1-day Gravity Modification Workshop. It was a long day and it was well worth it.

  2. It was an honor to attend the first gravity modification workshop. I read Solomon’s book, “An Introduction to Gravity Modification: g=tau*c^2″ earlier this year, and I was fascinated by the novel concepts he introduces. He delivers everything he promises in the book, and the workshop is no exception.

    I believe Solomon may have indeed discovered a more fundamental law for acceleration, that if confirmed by others, or demonstrated by marketable propulsion devices, will have obvious positive impact on society. The workshop is an excellent way to immerse one’s self in the material, and I would suggest the student first read Solomon’s book (not just his papers) in order to get the most out of the workshop, as it is (necessarily) abbreviated. In the end, it’s $100 well spent, and I look forward to 2+ day workshops being available in the near future.

  3. Thanks, Eric. I suppose if you have read the book the workshop is much more informative, and vice versa, if you have attended the workshop the book is much more informative.

    The 2-day workshop will probably be ready next year.

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