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    Gravitomagnetic Equation Hmm... Now What do we do with it.
    Posted on Friday, December 03, 2004 @ 22:30:53 GMT by vlad

    Science neophysicsman writes: William Alek is working on his paper Gravitomagnetic Therory. He has an interesting equation here; could we have some suggestions on how to prove or disprove the perdictions from it?

    My thoughts are a Electron reachs 99%+ the speed of light when there potiental is at around 300,000 volts it is asumed by todays physics the closer you get to the speed of light the mass of the electron becomes infinte ~ .But from my experiments with high voltage I would think I would have blown a hole in my lab by now if that was the case, also isn't infinite mass a black hole. Of course I'm working with electric fields not magnetic but I assume a electron is a electron. New and better Theories are need as are ways to test them.
    How do we put this to a test. Read below and Ponder.>>>>>

    -----Original Message-----
    From: William Alek
    Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 8:20 PM
    To: Harold Fox
    Subject: RE: Gravitational effect

    Hal and Dr. Jin,

    I'll have to get back to you and Dr. Jin next week regarding the equation. Its in my latest paper in the Gravitomagnetic Theory section. I'm not quite finished with it yet, but soon will be. The full equation looks like this:

    dM=[mu (e)^2 v^2]/[8 pi r c^2]=[g M/c^2]dy

    where, dM is the change in relativistic mass of an electron.
    M is the rest mass of an electron.
    r is the classic radius of an electron.
    dy is displacement in gravity field g.

    I should mention that dy can be negative, meaning that the change in relativistic mass is, therefore, negative. This is the "antigravity" effect. If this is true, then the motion of an electron MUST therefore be moving at an imaginary velocity!

    Is this imaginary velocity of an electron MOVING backwards in time??? Time travel, perhaps.

    Now, regarding trajectories, GMF can NOT use visual flight rules for rock-to-rock high-speed transport. Detailed gravity maps running in real-time are required for interplanetary and someday, interstellar navigation. This is covered in my current GMF paper.

    Stay tuned!




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    Re: Gravitomagnetic Equation Hmm... Now What do we do with it. (Score: 1)
    by nanotech on Saturday, December 04, 2004 @ 11:27:40 GMT
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    Well I am not a mathematician but I have looked into some of these gravitomagnetism claims. One of the most promising was from a man named Henry William Wallace, his patents are in several free energy/overunity device books and periodicals. Wallace has a few US Patents, which basically use spinning motion of some sort in a controlled manner, with elements that have unbalanced spin values, or something to that effect, to produce several forms of gravito-magnetic fields. VERY fascinating work.


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