Strong Anti-Gravity is obtained by Polarizing the Electric Sea
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 @ 21:45:56 GMT
Topic: Science

We have been discussing the fact that the electric sea contains enormous amounts of energy. Energy by definition means the existence of particles that are subjected to fundamental forces. It will now be shown how the particles of the electric sea have got the power to reverse the direction of gravity.

Elementary hydrodynamics demonstrates that there are in existence, four fundamental forces [1]. These are:

(a) Irrotational Radial Flow/Inverse Square Law/Coulomb Force
(b) Centrifugal Repulsion (important for defying gravity in orbital mechanics)
(c) The Gyroscopic/Coriolis Force (F = vXB)
(d) Angular Force ∂A/∂t (important in electromagnetic induction)

These forces act on the electric sea, giving rise to the polarized state, the magnetized state, and the dynamic state [2]. We already know from Maxwell’s 1861 theory ‘On Physical Lines of Force’ how the magnetized state is associated with a solenoidal alignment of vortices in which a centrifugal repulsion in their equatorial plane, lies at the root of all magnetic repulsion [3].

Let us propose, that contrary to popular belief, negative electric charge is mutually attractive [4], and that gravity is negative electricity, and that all matter normally considered to be electrically neutral has in fact got a slight negative electric charge. How do we then account for the fact that many easily repeatable experiments in the public domain purport to demonstrate that negative charges are mutually repulsive? See,

Consider a situation in which two rotating negatively charged spheres are generating a mutual magnetic force of attraction that is augmenting the mutual electrostatic force of attraction. The magnetic field lines will cross over directly between the two spheres, whereas the electrostatic field lines will spread out from each other, as like in cases of magnetic repulsion.

Now consider how the situation might alter if we begin to increase the negative charge on each sphere. Let us propose that Maxwell’s vortices comprise of rotating electron positron dipoles in which the negative charge on the electron is greater than the positive charge on the positron by an amount equal to the gravitational charge of the dipole as a whole.

The general tendency of the electrostatic field will be to linearly polarize the dipoles in the surrounding sea. We will have two superimposed trends in the electric sea. We will have a magnetization trend in which the magnetic field lines cross directly between the two spheres, and we will have a linear polarization trend in which the polarization field lines coming from the two spheres, spread away from each other.

In the extreme case in which the polarization field totally dominates, we must examine the orientation at which the dipoles of the polarization lines, from the two spheres, meet together laterally as the lines spread outwards. If they should happen to meet laterally such that their spin axes are aligned, this would mean that the magnetic field lines will be crossing over each other. We know that this is impossible, and so in order for the magnetic field lines to remain solenoidal, the only possible way in which the radial polarization lines from each sphere can meet, is such that they come together laterally with their dipole spin axes parallel to each other. This means that the polarization lines from each sphere will be meeting each other laterally, mutually aligned in their equatorial planes, and repelling each other with centrifugal repulsion, exactly as in the case of magnetic repulsion. Hence the centrifugal force in the polarized electric sea has been invoked to convert an attraction into a repulsion.

There will be a threshold of magnitude of the product of the two electric charges, under which the centrifugal repulsion mechanism will not be strong enough to override the Coulomb force of attraction, even if there is no spin, and hence no magnetic force of attraction to overcome. This situation is what we call gravity.

In the 1937 Encyclopaedia Britannica article on electricity it says “Aepinus (1724-1802) also suggested that the attractive forces between two uncharged bodies might be very slightly greater than the repulsive forces and that this difference might be the cause of gravitation.”

Regarding Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), the same article says, “ - - - He supposed therefore that two vitreously electrified bodies would repel each other and that a vitreously electrified body would attract a resinously electrified body but he did not expect two resinously electrified bodies to repel each other - - -“.

Benjamin Franklin clearly missed out on the experiments that demonstrated how the electric sea could reverse gravity and cause resinously electrified bodies to repel each other.

[1] (Gravitational Induction and the Gyroscopic Force)

[2] (The Four States of the Electric Sea)

[3] (the Double Helix Theory of the Magnetic Field

[4] (Gravity is Negative Electricty)

Yours sincerely, David Tombe

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