Discussion of Paper from Michael Jackson

Happy New Year to Franklin Amador and family! I will have a look at this problem probably in UFT366, after writing up UFT365 on orbital precession in ECE fluid gravitation. These are both precessional problems.

In a message dated 01/01/2017 18:30:42 GMT Standard Time, fdamador@comcast.net writes:

Dear Myron and Horst,

Very interesting double precession applications. It seems to reason that the double precision can be done with any fluid (water, mercury, plasma, space-time). I would stipulate that the double precession (aka. Coriolis in my EE understanding) can also be applied to electric and magnetic fields. The B(3) Transformer design would fit in to this category of double precession applications which Fucilla’s engineers were not capable of understanding.

I must admit, I don’t know if there would be a negative pull in the magnetic fields, but if it is truly synonymous in application then the B(3) Transformer would increase in magnetic field saturation with little input at the correct DC Voltage and Amps amplitudes in relations to it’s physical dimensions.

Franklin Amador

PS. I can confirm Michael Gambles’ “scissoring gyroscopes” for propulsion from the 2012 COFE Conference where I finally met Osamu Ide San.

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