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PowerPedia:Cavernous Structure Effect (CSE)

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claimed that he attached these insect chitins inside a wooden box to build a "flying platform". His flying platform allowed him to be partially invisible and fly at fast speeds.]]

Insect Antigravity

: See also: Directory:Cavernous Structure Effect (CSE)

The Cavernous Structure Effect(CSE), was an alleged anti-gravity effect, discovered by Russian naturalist and entymologist, PowerPedia:Viktor Grebennikov. Grebennikov claimed he found anti-gravity effects originating from the chitin shell of certain insects. In addition to anti-gravity, the Grebennikov Cavernous Structure Effect is alleged to also effect the flow of time (temporal anomalies) and it was also claimed to emit “force-field" like effects and also effect the growth of plants and other living organisms.

Possible Ways to Replicate the CSE

At the time of his death, Grebennikov did not reveal the type of insect species that manifested the Cavernous Structure Effect. However, researchers have suggested that these effects can be found throughout nature and can be replicated. For example, paper egg cartons could be used to build an artificial "honeycomb" to replicate some the CSE, including its energy field. Also, folded paper can be made into a "paper emanator" that emitted the energy field of the CSE.


Above are images of an artificial honeycomb and also a folded paper emanator but energy field effects were not evident. Perhaps, the cavernous structures of the CSE must be built on a smaller scale before it can attain true antigravity effects. Perhaps the CSE draws its anti-gravity affects from the Casimir Effect, which works on a small size scale.


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