Experimental Indications of Electro-Gravity
Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 @ 07:09:47 GMT
Topic: Science

Very short abstract:
A force on several test objects has been measured that is caused (triggered) by electrostatic fields, and that is proportional to the mass of the test objects.

URL: http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/physics/0509068

Authors: T. Datta, Ming Yin, Andreea Dimofte, M. C. Bleiweiss, Zhihua Cai
Comments: 17 pages including 1 table and 4 figures with captions
Subj-class: General Physics

Recent results from our on going experimental investigation of the influence of space dependant electric fields on the weight of test particles are reported. Test particles were gold coated metal spheres of same size but of different masses. Data collected from a number of runs over several years continue to indicate an intriguing effect. For experimental parameters in question this effect is manifested as a ppm level sample mass dependent force additional to expected electrostatic forces. A force that is proportional to mass is the unique signature of gravity furthermore it is non-zero only when the field is applied; hence these observations may be further evidence in support of electro-gravity.

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