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puzzled Americans for almost 200 years as to how bumblebees are able
to fly even though they appear to defy the law of physics.
"Viktor S. Grebennikov is the scientist - naturalist, professional
entomologist, gifted painter and, on the whole, comprehensively
well-educated specialist with a wide spectrum of interests. For
many people and scientists in Russia he is well-known as discoverer
of cavity structural effect (CSE). But is far from being all are
acquainted with his other opening, also borrowed from among
concealed secrets of living Nature. In 1988 he found out
antigravitational effects of chitinous shells of some insects species.
But the most astonishing attendant phenomenon associated with
antigravity was a phenomenon all on its own either partial
invisibility, or deformed visual perception of the material object
which was located in a zone of nulled gravitation. Based on this
opportunity and by using bionics principles, the author designed and
built an antigravitational platform, and also developed principles of
practical manned flight with the speed up to 1,500 km/hr. Since the
years 1991-92 years the device was used by the author as a means of
rapid transport. "