posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 01:41 PM
Another thing that came to my mind once during a physics lesson on electricity, while I was at a previous university, was a possible form of
levitation. I don't know if my equations were correct, as I never showed them to the teacher, but as far as I could tell, it seemed possible to
levitate an object upward by generating a specific type of electric field with an extremely high energy. The field would react against the Earth's
magnetic field using a principle similar to what they use in Railguns
. However the Earth's magnetic
field is extremely weak, so a great deal of energy would be required.
Interestingly enough, when I was reading about the Die Glocke
conspiracy, I noticed several
mentions of cylinders containing rapidly rotating, highly radioactive liquid. Now, I don't claim to be a physicist, though I probably could become
one if I got back into it. But if I'm not mistaken, rapidly rotating radioactive fluids would produce an extremely strong electromagnetic field.
Having more than one of these cylinders in close proximity might produce a powerful verticle force like that of a railgun, and maybe it's possible to
exert this force against the Earth's magnetic field, as I suspected when I was actually working with these equations.
In any case, this is the closest thing I've seen to a plausible theory for electromagnetic levitation.
[edit on 16-7-2010 by Magnus47]