It looks like the spinning superconductor/gravity experiments could be the Real Deal- independant confirmation of "The Signal" (g-field measured by accelerometers). Yes trekkers, it looks like the Holy Grail could be achieved- the link between electromagnetism and gravity. From http://www.aiaa.org/index.cfm http://www.aiaa.org/aerospace/Archives.cfm?ArchiveIssueid=95 ]http://www.aiaa.org/aerospace/images/articleimages/pdf/Propulsion%20and%20Energy1.pdf] See page 61 (page numbering does not match PDF file number). (citation) Field propulsion Experiments performed at ARC Seibersdorf Research in Austria indicate that a gravitational like field of 10^-4 g is induced near a niobium superconducting ring when the ring’s rotation rate changes (http://arxiv.org/pdf/0707.3806). If genuine, this would be the first-ever gravitational-like field induced by controllable means. The field is circular and is located inside the ring. Its direction and magnitude oppose the ring’s angular acceleration. Since the field is transient and circular, it is not immediately applicable as a propulsion effect, but such a physics discovery would dramatically expand new options for the future. A second set of experiments conducted at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, used the world’s most accurate ring laser gyro to search for the noted effects, but using a rotating superconducting lead mass and a different orientation of their laser gyro than the ARC laser gyro configuration (http://www2.phys.canterbury.ac.nz/~physrin/papers/SuperFrameDragging2007.pdf). Their data show a possible gravitational-like field effect on the ring laser gyro from the rotation of the lead mass. These data and the ARC experiments have enough similarities to suggest corroborating evidence, yet are different enough that no firm conclusions should yet be reached. (end citation) More labs are purported to be scrambling to replicate the result. IMO, the measurement of the g-signal could go down as one of the most signicant events in history.