FECORE Force the Level Pre test results.

FECORE Force the Level Pre Test was performed in September 2018 by members of FECORE to verify the validity of the method proposed and to gather data on a relative short distance. Feel free to download, share and discuss these results.  ...

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Airy’s Failure FECORE Success January Update

In our November newsletter we introduced a new project Airy’s Failure FECORE’s Success. It is the plan to replicate the extremely significant test performed by George Biddle Airy in 1871. The project is in the research phase so we will update the research information....

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Multi Stage Balloon Project Update

The Multistage Balloon project is still in the design and planning stage but the design requirements and priorities are taking shape. Four balloons are still the plan. A center large one to pull the entire assembly aloft then the other three to maintain the altitude....

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Force The Level January Update

In September 2018 FECORE performed the first measurements in the Force the Level project. It was anticipated that we could obtain another set of data in October. Due to work schedules and the rental equipment being unavailable the test has now been scheduled for March...

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Mechanical Gyro Update

Great progress has been made on the construction of the FECORE mechanical gyro. We appreciate the hours of labor and mental designing by Stefan Poiss. This instrument will be used in the project Mechanical Gyro Motion Testing here on fecore.org. The purpose of the...

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FECORE 501(c)3 Status Update

FECORE is a non-profit corporation registered in the U.S. in the State of Indiana. Since November 2017, we’ve been applying with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to be approved as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The purposes of a 501(c)3 corporation can be...

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Multistage Helium Balloon Project

FECORE has begun the planning and discussion phase for a multistage helium balloon project. We are aiming for a launch within 7 months. The term multistage means it will have more than one helium filled balloon to provide lift. Current plans call for one large balloon...

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Airy’s Failure, FECORE’s Success

Airy’s Failure, FECORE’s Success George Biddle Airy was born in 1801. At age 35, he was appointed Astronomer Royal at the national observatory in Greenwich, UK. He had many prestigious positions and created several noteworthy theories during his illustrious life....

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FECORE is Calling You

FECORE NEEDS YOUR HELP We are in need of a person with experience in Wordpress and PHP or Hypertext Preprocessor programming to handle the week-to-week work of our website fecore.org. We need this person to donate their time on a regular basis. This means 10 to 30...

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SALAD V2 News

Our first project as FECORE was to perform a laser observation on Balaton Lake in Hungary. The project was in the planning stages previous to the founding of FECORE, and the people involved participated in what became an FECORE project. Lake Balaton was the site for...

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