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and from too few conclusive experimental results. My hypothesis is simple, clear, and subject to easy empirical verification. I offer clear explanation of the principles of quantumanti-gravity,
and also precisely describe how to perform simple
and inexpensive experiments to verify it.
In order to clearly understand quantum anti-gravity, please follow these 8 steps:
Start from this brief overview — Quantum Gravity in a Nutshell
The theoretical basis for quantum gravity are the Abraham’s equations of the Abraham-Minkowski controversy, and their empirical counterpart — the Abraham force
To understand how the Biefeld-Brown effect works, you need to be clear where B-B vectors point — “up” or “down”
The Biefeld-Brown effect is an instance of the Abraham force
Study the section about gyroscope’s anomalous effect
Please, study all the material on THE BOYD BUSHMAN EFFECT page in order to appreciate the potential complex magnetic fields have for shaping quantum gravity interactions
Now, you are ready to read short introduction to quantum gravity
Perform two simple experiments for empirical verification
and we have successfully performed one of them,the one of medium difficulty, which constitutes:
- Inside: 51.87 seconds https://www.youtube.com/watch?vrcwSTiZ8hhA
- Outside: 55.54 seconds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcwlOkueGKs
- Time difference — 6.6 %
- outside the shielding ;
- inside the shielding.
- 55.54 seconds ;
- 51.87 seconds.
All conductors, like the brass gyro, exhibit an effective diamagnetism when they experience a changing magnetic field. The Lorentz force on electrons causes them to circulate around forming eddy currents. The eddy currents then produce an induced magnetic field that opposes the applied field and resist the conductor’s motion.
But gyro’s induced magnetic field will generate eddy currents in the Faraday cage and the resultant magnetic field will slow down gyro’s spin (magnetic breaking), and hence the whole effect. It is like dropping a magnet down a copper pipe:
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