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AP M is a physical experiment aimed to test the changes of weight of a 3–D gyroscope comparing its mass at rest and during its precession with the purpose to explore the effects of torsion fields, predicted by G. Shipov in his Unified Field Theory published in “The Theory of Physical Vacuum". . .
Dr. Gennady Shipov, a Russian physicist, and his team developed the 4-D Warp Engine, a state of the art project for v-teleportation of a macro system. The prototype of the 4-D warp engine creates a twist and curve in space-time in front of itself and "falls" into it.
*The ability to instantly change direction and speed
*Movement occurs without reaction to friction or mass
*Able to move in any media (on land or water, under water, in the air or space)
I think that most people vaguely connect the term "Torsion Field" to the idea of spin, but this is an aspect of science that the general public isn't very aware of. Can you offer a simple explanation that might help us visualize what exactly these torsion fields are, and how they may be important to space-propulsion?
It is a complicated question. Simultaneously it is the most important.
We’ll start with the differences in my approach to torsion fields - in my work torsion fields are not simply an addition to existing physical fields. Torsion fields play a major role in the Theory of Physical Vacuum and their introduction in science demands a change of the scientific paradigm. The substantive provision of this new scientific paradigm is that any motion is rotation that is equivalent to the statement that any motion within the Nature involves acceleration. . . .
originally posted by: ConnectDots
Apparently American Antigravity interviewed Gennady Shipov in 2005.
The original weight of 3-D gyroscope at rest was measured at 46.45 g. During
precession 3-D gyroscope lost weight down to 46.3 g. After 3-D gyroscope
stopped to rotate its weight returned to its original 46.45 g.
Ω < 3,000 RPM.