reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
Her is additional info in reference to Dr. Ning Li's work as reported on earthfiles:
January 25, 2008 - Update of Emails:
Subject: Ricky Sorrells Drawing of Cone-Shaped Holes in Aerial Craft
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2008
I saw a story in Popular Mechanics about Ning Li working on antigravity.
I googled Ning Li and the first link was to another web site explaining in more detail about her work: www.scansite.org...
Li explains that as the ions spin they also create a gravito-electric field perpendicular to their spin axis. In nature, this field is unobserved
because the ions are randomly arranged, thus causing their tiny gravito-electric fields to cancel out one another. In a Bose-Einstein condensate,
where all ions behave as one, something very different occurs.
Spinning ions - that' s what my email below is about (see red text).
I think I can explain what those cone-shaped holes and mirage heat waves are, but first let tell you a little about myself. I'm 30 now. When I was
about 18, I saw a strange light in the sky that looked like a red ball of light. As I was looking, it shot out of sight in the blink of an eye. The
first question I asked myself was not "What was that?" I asked, "How?"
Sense then in my spare time, I've researched the how question. Without getting too technical, I came to conclusion that an electromagnetic field can
cause an antigravity effect IF the fields are shaped properly. There are actually two fields that need to be shaped properly. The electrical field and
the magnetic field.
The electrical field has to be shaped like a tornado or a vortex. The magnetic field has to be shaped like a donut. If you can make a device that can
create the electrical vortex, then the electrical field will cause the magnetic field to take the donut shape. The same is true the other way around.
If you had a device that can make a donut-shaped magnetic field, it will build the electrical field in a vortex shape. These shaped fields cancels
Another thing to mention that might explain what Ricky Sorrells saw. It's known for a fact that gravity bends lights. It's part of the theory of
relativity that gravity can slow down time and cause mass to change. These are relativity facts.
Now, we can explain Ricky's drawing. Each cone-shaped indention is a device that creates an electrical vortex (sometime called a plasma or ion
vortex), and like a tornado with multiple vortexes, they all the add up to cause one big vortex around the craft. That big vortex causes a large
donut-shaped field around the craft. Within this donut shaped magnetic field, magnetic flux lines are created in a little different shape than normal
matter. Flux line are the force lines in magnetic fields. You can see these flux lines if you sprinkle metal shaving over a piece of paper with a
magnet under it. Flux lines are always curved, except in the center of a donut-shaped field.
[edit on 1-2-2008 by NeedToNo]