posted on Oct, 5 2018 @ 02:15 PM
a reply to: ChaoticOrder
The "super fluids rotating at high speeds" got its start with the Nazi Bell. I believe that the claim was pressurized mercury. The next big time news
was the "Podkletnov effect" where super fluid helium and a superconducting magnet combined to somehow give the effect of lessening gravity above the
device. It was never recreated and things got really ugly.
I always thought, "superfluid helium is pretty strange on its own. Why not use that instead of mercury and at superfluid temperatures?" At the very
least, create a baseline by rotating the stuff around in a jar under controlled lab conditions. My thought being, that IF there is some carrier of
gravity (so called, gravitons) that can be delayed or deflected, you should be able to see some effect.
It would not be "anti gravity" but more of a "gravity shield" if there is such an effect.
Great, now I am going to be "disappeared"!! lol!!
Thanks for the video and strange thoughts on rainy days!!