Gravity Research Foundation
From Kook Science
The Gravity Research Foundation is an American prize-awarding organisation that sponsors research on gravitational force, and in particular methods of anti-gravity. It was formed in 1948 by Roger Babson, and was formerly based in New Boston, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire; since Babson's death, the foundation has reduced in scope, and is today based in Wellesley, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.
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