posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 07:44 PM
It's not a brake though, because if there's any load on it, it's minimal. It keeps spinning at whatever the drive motor is set at (at least the way
I picture it.) In a way it's more like a gyro. The reason why there are metal parts is because it acts as a bearing and as a load bearing
structure/dampener. If it resembles a brake, it's because it's disk-shaped and spinning. But the actual enclosure it goes in is more like that of a
HDD on a computer. Remember it's kept in a vacuum of some sort.
The glass absorbs or otherwise interacts with some kind of laser while a charge or field of some sort is applied via the adjacent plates. The spacing
may be important, perhaps critical. And you don't want the plates moving from the intended offset while they're energized.
Also does anybody know much about i=sqrt(-1) and it's relation to electromagnetic induction? And of asymptotic functions and any unusual seeming
applications that exist in electronics. Variations of things like Tesla or flyback coils that are used for ignitions or CRT screens, but with
completely different uses. More like branch applications relating to nuclear science and/or research physics.
It seems like some trick to accessing an exotic state in matter, but without having a black hole or a much more complicated particle collider to do
it. Pumping up something with an energy resonance so every bit is coherent like photons in a laser. And once that state is reached, you can "twang"
or "ping" it or use it like a lens (or maybe a diode or gate?) such that it distorts surrounding space.
It's like having some pieces of a puzzle, but not quite understanding what the entire puzzle is supposed to look like. However the nagging drive
behind coming up with these things has subsided a bit. Most likely since these things are public now. Maybe somebody can pick it up and figure where
to go with it. I still think somebody with an electronics or electrical engineering background could make more sense of it, if they broke away from
some of the more traditional applications in their field but still applied the given knowledge behind them.