Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Gravitational Induction Experiment

The diagram above describes (figure 1) the standard electromagnetic model, as conceived of since 1820 when Hans Christian ├śrsted discovered the relationship between the electric and magnetic. Since photons have no charge there is no electromagnetic imposition by the discharge; the beam of photons proceed undisturbed towards the target.

(Figure 2) is a challenge to the figure 1 proposition; it supposes a gravitational relationship between the light beam and the electromagnetic discharge, in that the author argues that the nature of the discharge also includes an induced gravitational element. This scenario suggests that the beam will bend towards the electrical discharge and the attraction will be indistinguishable from gravity, demonstrating that gravity can be induced without a corresponding quantity of mass.

If figure 2 proves correct, it suggests that gravity can be manipulated on an atomic, rather than a subatomic level, which is much easier to achieve. Should figure two give a positive result, it implies that gravitational applications may be rapidly achievable. The author argues that the experiment demonstrates that non-space, or absolute vacuums play a dominant role in everyday physics.

To the best of my knowledge, the experiment has as yet not been performed but ought to be relatively easy to construct, combining a plasma discharge (perhaps a z-pinch?) with laser optics which have recently seen great improvement in measurement accuracy.


Stephen Goodfellow

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