New Gyroscope Forces Observed by Laithwaite and Shipov

Stephen, Myron:
This is most interesting. When I was in high school, as leader of the “science club” I had invited a speaker from General Electric to come and speak to the entire school about science. This was in northern Alberta, so not an easy journey for him. I don’t recall where he came from or how I got to talk to him. At any rate, I remember a demonstration of a flywheel in a suitcase undergoing a similar motion. Seems like everything comes back around if you wait long enough; this was in about 1963.In a similar vein, I had talked to a researcher at the first “zero point” conference that I attended. He claims to have seen a small gyroscope disappear from view and not return in the length of time he was present. I dismissed it at the time, perhaps too hastily in hind sight.
Doug

On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:29 AM, Stephen Crothers <thenarmis> wrote:

Dear Myron et al.

Here is Prof. Eric Laithwaite himself giving the demonstration:

Eric Laithwaite – gyroscopic gravity modification.mov

Here are additional films of him in action:

Kind regards,
Steve Crothers

Eric Laithwaite’s lecture on gyroscopes part 7/7

The Royal Institutions 1974-75 Christmas Lecture given by Eric Laithwaite.

Eric Laithwaite – gyroscopic gravity modification.mov

His research in later years into Gyroscopes was, and still is, a topic of much discussion within the scientific …

On Tuesday, 10 January 2017, 1:38, “EMyrone” <EMyrone> wrote:

I suggest that this force is contained within the structure of Eqs. (4) of the attached. These equations describe the free rotational motion of an asymmetric top in fluid dynamics. In the presence of the earth’s gravitational field there is another torque present, as described in the opening part of UFT119. So the spinning top or gyroscope in clasical dynamics is due to the equilibrium between torques:

F x r = omega x L

In fluid dynamics we have

F x r = omega x L + (v dot del)L

If L is not time independent the complete equation is

Tq = F x r = dL / dt + omega x L + (v dot del)L

This equation describes the motion of all gyroscopes adn spinning tops, and also introduces the posibility fo new effects via the convective derivative (v dot del)L. These could describe the torque observed by Laithwaite, a distinguished engineer at Imperial. To be able to hold a forty pound weight with one arm, there must be a counter gravitational torque. Presumably anyone can try the Laithwaite experiment for themselves, and presumably it has been shown to be repeatable. If not, it could be tried in our Muenich lanoratories. So I will work on this theory shortly. It will certainly need the use of the computer for solution. The stony silence adn ostracization came from the Institute of Physics, not the Royal Society, but it was a wildly irrational, very hostile response. That is no longer possible in the enlightened age of internet freedom. The correct Baconian response is to repeat the Laithwaite experiment. There is a photograph of it in the pape sent over by Michael Jackson. This photograph could not have been faked or doctored.