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Anti-gravity and the search for Dr. Ning-Li

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posted on Nov, 19 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by Angelic Resurrection
 


Well....we may not have found the actual connection between gravity and EM. But it is widely thought that there is some connection, even if only ancillary.


Well, if you mean Time to be the ancillary entity, then yes.




posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 01:57 AM
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The potential of Dr. Li's is obvious to me. I believe that she is absolutely correct. I have often thought of the potential of this discovery.

Here are a few observations that I came up with. If the magnetic aligning field was parabolic not flat the possibility of generating 1000+g accelerations at a point would be achevable. That could shear any weapon (jet, missile, etc...) instantaneously. Military applications are obvious.

Since the Bernoulli equations of thermodynamics are developed using calculus, (continuous graph for integration and differentiation) the presence of gravitational sheR would force the boundary of the thermodynamic system to encompass the entire system (center of gravity/earth)... In the presence of one of these field generators it would be possible to generate infinite energy from the rotation of the earth. That could destabilize the world oil based economy.

The potential to travel to the stars could be possible with this technology based on the original articles claims, but the really cool stuff is the bending of light with it. Theoretically bending space time could be possible?

Now if you were our government wouldn't you put her in a building with no windows too?

Obviously that is what is happening...

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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:43 AM
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Very salient points. And, as I have mentioned prior, things like the ability to make the atmosphere immediately above an area more "heavy" by impacting gravity in a localized region...you could flatten entire cities. Among other things.

And it isn't like in space you have to have a lot of energy devoted to the supercooling of the conductor. Space, in general, will achieve those temperatures with zero energy input on our part.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Originally posted by Phoinix4
Since the Bernoulli equations of thermodynamics are developed using calculus, (continuous graph for integration and differentiation) the presence of gravitational sheR would force the boundary of the thermodynamic system to encompass the entire system (center of gravity/earth)...


You really don't have any idea about all these words you keep throwing together. This may appeal to people who in turn lack education, but come on already... Bernoulli equations of thermodynamics? Duh.

The "entire system (center of gravity)"? What does calculus have to do with graphs in the first place, and why do all functions need to be continuous in calculus? Hint: they don't.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 09:14 AM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
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Very salient points.


BFFT, which points exactly are salient? Can you address these in more detail and somewhat more technically?



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 12:34 PM
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To help allay your obvious offense, and I thought this was obvious from the beginning of you and I knowing each other here, I am not a physicist. So if you want technical terms and thoughts, you are at the wrong tree barking.

But the salient points I refer to would be any gravitational control system being applied to exert shear force against an object would be utterly devastating to that object.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 01:10 PM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
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To help allay your obvious offense, and I thought this was obvious from the beginning of you and I knowing each other here, I am not a physicist.


I wouldn't want to offend you, BFFT, if I did I would sound different. I was just asking, really.


But the salient points I refer to would be any gravitational control system being applied to exert shear force against an object would be utterly devastating to that object.


Sorry I don't find it salient...

I donno, people usually apply the word "salient" to features and actual FACTS that aren't much in question themselves, much less a wacky hypothesis. It would be strange to say that a salient point of telepathy would be possible mind control. We simply don't know. In this case, can you even say that a parabolic wave shaper is even possible? And why does it necessarily have to be "shear" to be an effective weapon or defense against such? Where does the bogus figure of "1000+g" come from?

It's not about "offense", BFFT, it's about basic critical thinking.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem

Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
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To help allay your obvious offense, and I thought this was obvious from the beginning of you and I knowing each other here, I am not a physicist.


I wouldn't want to offend you, BFFT, if I did I would sound different. I was just asking, really.


But the salient points I refer to would be any gravitational control system being applied to exert shear force against an object would be utterly devastating to that object.


Sorry I don't find it salient...

I donno, people usually apply the word "salient" to features and actual FACTS that aren't much in question themselves, much less a wacky hypothesis. It would be strange to say that a salient point of telepathy would be possible mind control. We simply don't know. In this case, can you even say that a parabolic wave shaper is even possible? And why does it necessarily have to be "shear" to be an effective weapon or defense against such? Where does the bogus figure of "1000+g" come from?

It's not about "offense", BFFT, it's about basic critical thinking.



LOL, i was not offended. I'm sorry I was misunderstood. I was being a little sarcastic, trying to prevent your "offense" (which I know doesn't exist...like i said, just being sarcastic).

A salient point of gravity control would be its weaponization. Based on human history, just about every invention is applied towards either war or porn I bet gravity control would make both extremely interesting (to use a bad term).

I know nothing about a parabolic wave shaper, or anything like that. What I do know is that increased gravity exerted on one segment of a construct would create this shear force. Its that "forces of gravity" that people refer to when they talk about what broke apart Shoemaker Levy.

But, as i mentioned, it is the weaponization of the technology that I commented on (and referenced the "flattening" capability that I had already mentioned).

Hope that helps clarify for you. BTW, I absolutely LOVE your avatar.



posted on Sep, 12 2012 @ 01:04 AM
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To understand the bernoullis equation I mentioned

www.engineeringtoolbox.com...

The partial derivative in respect to s means that the derivation of the equation requires calculus.

Calculus requires the effects of gravity to be continuous over the portion of the graph or system.

In this case g1 might be 9.8 m/s^2 but over the portion of the system where the device is affecting gravity it might be anything else. The introduction of a different g2 affects the requirement for conservation of energy.

How the requirement for conservation of energy if fulfilled in this case is not clear. So I propose that the energy might come from some other source like rotation momentum or heat energy. I hadn't figured that one out yet.

Sounds like a fun math puzzle.

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posted on Oct, 27 2017 @ 04:13 PM
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Physicists in Oriol Romero-Isart's research group have now shown that electron spin allows the stable levitation of a single nanomagnet in a static magnetic field, which should be impossible according to the classic Earnshaw theorem. The theoretical physicists carried out comprehensive stability analyses depending on the object's radius and the strength of the external magnetic field. The results showed that, in the absence of dissipation, a state of equilibrium appears. This mechanism relies on the gyromagnetic effect: Upon a change in direction of the magnetic field, an angular momentum occurs because the magnetic moment couples with the spin of the electrons. "This stabilizes the magnetic levitation of the nanomagnet," explains first author Cosimo Rusconi. In addition, the researchers showed that the equilibrium state of magnetically levitated nanomagnets exhibits entanglement of its degrees of freedom.

Phys.org, Oct. 27, 2017 - Nanomagnets levitate thanks to quantum physics.

If I have read the scansite.org article correctly, namely this (source: link)


In an HTSD, the tiny gravitational effect of each individual atom is multiplied by the billions of atoms in the disc. Using about one kilowatt of electricity, Li says, her device could potentially produce a force field that would effectively neutralize gravity above a 1-ft.-dia. region extending from the surface of the planet to outer space.


Then they have shown that quantum effects in electron can behave as Li said. That also means she is right.

I could also be misreading the whole thing. Nanomagnet, superconducting fluid, quantum mechanics, and gravity... is this the slow leak of the "quantum magic" (as I call it) that leads to secret space fleet?



posted on Oct, 27 2017 @ 04:18 PM
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Wow...this thread is a blast from the past.

I hope to read through your link tomorrow afternoon once life calms a bit.



posted on Oct, 27 2017 @ 04:23 PM
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a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan

Throw back Friday? Probably, TEOT is bored is more like it!

This is a great thread! Happy to oblige!



The picture shows a levitron to give you some idea of what is happening at the atomic scale.

For a "how they work", MIT.edu: Levitron: Playing with Magnetic Levitation.



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