Erwin J Saxl
Erwin J. Saxl
|Erwin J. Saxl|
|Born||May 7, 1904|
|Died||January 1, 1981|
|Residence||Boston, MA, United States|
|Nationality||Austrian / USA|
|Known for||Gravity, antigravity, torsion|
Erwin Saxl was "a physicist, who together with Mildred Allen, confirmed the ?Allais effect' when they measured significant variations in the period of a torsion pendulum during a solar eclipse in 1970." - Wikipedia
His torsion pendulum experiments have profound implications for inertial propulsion and gravity shielding. A native of Austria, Saxl lived in Rhode Island for some time, but died in Melbourne, Florida.
- 1971 - "1970 Solar Eclipse as 'Seen' by a Torsion Pendulum" (Read in full)
- 1964 - "An Electrically Charged Torque Pendulum"