http://www.physorg.com/news10789.html Does anybody know anything about this Dr. Febler or the Advanced Institute at Austin? I can't find a dime to spit on. I have not taken any physics courses yet, but I do know what is meant by 'exact' (as stated in the title) form my math courses. Can such a thing as 'exact solution' exist in physics? I am sure it was not Febler's choice for a title, though. I find the use of the term 'anit-gravity' a little bit....uhm, not scientific. Isn't 'anit-gravity' what crackpots and quaks use to highlight their work, not a physicists? Well, I will say bunko on this one. Even though nothing has been presented as of yet and with my capacity I should not be commenting on such things as this, but I have seen so many other congruent cases.