Anomalous Weight Reduction in a Gyro

Many thanks to Osamu Ide! This interesting anomalous weight reduction is equivalent to an upward force which can be described by the F sub Z force in UFT367. It is a vacuum force coming from the development of the vacuum in ECE2 fluid dynamics. My plans for UFT368 are to use the constants of motion in UFT270, in which there are some incisive graphics that can be adapted for the gyroscope. I agree that te hMIchelson Morley experiment is debatable. Vigier lectured on this at Vigier One, organized by Stanley Jeffers and myself in 1995 at York University, Toronto. It was the first of the Vigier Symposia.

Sent: 16/01/2017 17:26:54 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: Gyro Car

Dear Dr. Evans,

I have watched the experiment of Gyro car video. It looks interesting. But I think total mass of the gyro does not decrease. If moving of the gyro is not circle but straight , it is very significant.

Then I remember the experiment of gyro made by Dr. Hideo Hayasaka at Tohoku University in 1989. It is on the physical Review Letters in 18. December.1989, the title is “ Anomalous weight reduction on a gyroscope’s right rotation around the vertical axis on the earth”.

I was friendly with Dr. Hayasaka and his assistant. Dr. Hayasaka passed away many years ago. The weight of gyro decreased in linear with the rotation speed. Many groups in the world has tried to replicate his experiment. Some of them succeeded. The others did not. So it is unstable.

I also remember the famous Michelson-Morley experiment to detect ether. I have read on one book written by reliable physicist that it was also unstable but he finally detected ether.

The experiment to be concerned with ether is always unstable in the beginning of the experiment. However if it should be tried many times then it would be getting stable. The ether seems to have some kind of inertia. Although I don’t know why it has.

In this point, I suppose it is like to my experiment.



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Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2017 6:09 PM
Subject: Gyro Car

Many thanks indeed! I think that your remarks are relevant and I am forwarding them to Osamu Ide. This car is a fascinating vehicle, a train could be made on these principles. It is an ordinary gyro set up in a particular way. This is an example of using the gyro intuitively. For a deeper understanding, mathematics are essential. Perhaps Horst could produce graphics and animations based on the equations of Note 367(8), by adapting UFT 270 in which he already produced fine graphics. Once you have mastered the mathematics you can design and animate a piece of engineering, an obvious ststement, but one which is worth repeating.

Sent: 14/01/2017 19:24:29 GMT Standard Time
Subj: As INFO

Maybe you will find this interesting:

After watching the first of youtube links selected by S.Crothers and published on the blog on january 10th, I found an other one: with a very interesting and eloquent end… How to make a GyroCAR as a KIT – DIY – Gyroscope …

GyroCAR is our car that runs on a single wheel and is powered by gyroscopic forces. This gyrocar moves forward not due to precision but the small yellow wheel is …

And maybe this can be interesting, too:

I remember an exercise at the university, in 1976, where we used an oscilloscope with a cathode-ray tube. At every switching on it showed a pulse. Comparing this with the Osamu experiment, I find it very similar. Maybe on the basis of an old oscilloscope circuit a circuit equation can be put down and calculated for comparison with the already known Osamu circuit which incorporates an inverter… If that was somkind of comparable efect…


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