As an aid to serious-minded experimenters, this article describes a high-voltage power supply capable of yielding about 75 kV DC with a 10 ma capability.
General relativity fails to predict a connection between electric and gravitational fields, a fact which Einstein himself found troubling. While certain unified field theories do predict a unification of the fields, this is supposed to take place only at very high energies (in excess of tens of trillions of electron volts). However, experiments carried out by T. Townsend Brown, Paul A. Biefeld, and others, suggest that electric and gravitational fields may be strongly connected at voltages as low as 105eV. If true, this would indicate that standard field theories are seriously flawed.
A systems theorist and president of the Starburst Foundation, Dr. LaViolette herein provides an historical account of the early interest in electrogravitics, circa 1950.