Electromagnetic Angular Momentum Theory

This is highly developed in “The Enigmatic Photon”, open access in the Omnia Opera section and in two long articles of volume 119 of “Advances of Chemical Physics”, open access in the Omnia Opera section.. There is also spin connection resonance theory, highly developed in the UFT aeries and the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers. In UFT318 and UFT319 other theories of counter gravitation are given. If counter gravitation has been observed in a repeatable and reproducible way, then these theories can be used to describe the experimental data. I like to try to understand any theory in terms of ECE theory. No doubt the quantum hypothesis can be understood in this way. The reason is that everything can be understood with geometry.

Sent: 05/06/2017 14:06:19 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: I do NOT believe ….

Dear Agatha,

despite my limited time this week I skimmed through your quantum antigravity article on your web site. Obviously your assertion is that an electric and a magnetic field, being perpendicular at each other, produce a gravitational effect. Now remember that the Pointing vector is defined by

S = eps0 mu0 E x B

(all vectors) and is proportional to the e-m field momentum density. Even an angular momentum density is connected with this momentum density by

L = r x p

(all vectors, defined w.r.t. a position vectro bold r). Even a static magnetic and electric field have an angular momentum. For details see for example
http://www.physicspages.com/2014/06/17/angular-momentum-in-electromagnetic-fields/

So what about re-formulating the macroscopic part of your theory as:
There is a coupling between the e-m field angular momentum and a mechanical angular momentum, leading to antigravity effects.

What we have to investigate then is the coupling mechanism.

Horst

Am 05.06.2017 um 00:17 schrieb Dr. Agatha Lorentz-Ferenstein, Ph.D.:

On Sun, Jun 4, 2017 at 4:21 PM, Horst Eckardt <mail> wrote:

Dear Agatha,

many thanks for your additional hints. One gyro should be accelerated and kept at constant angular velocity. We have experience with electric drives and should be able to build such units, perhaps in a shielding cage. I do not believe that the magnetic or electric field of the earth will have an effect because both are quite small, but we will see.

Instead of using a scale with two arms we could use any other scale but this is not so impressive for a video 🙂

We should keep in mind that a Faraday cage only does electrical shielding. For shielding the magnetic field of the earth you need something like a Helmholtz solenoid.

The gravitational effect of Prof. Martin Tajmar was very small (some micro g), therefore not so convincing. I never understood the geometry of his experiment, but according to your revealing hint the additional acceleration was in tangential direction of the ring. I had rather expected a radial acceleration, or something like a mechanical Lorentz force (if it was not a thermal effect 🙂

Horst

Dear Horst,

You do not believe ?! 😉

Neither do I. :))


As the saying goes: Seeing is believing.


And you wrote: We shall see. :))

Dear Horst, I am very happy that, FINALLY, we are having

a constructive, open discussion about the experiments.

It is much better than arguing about metaphysical aspects
of theories.

I always do welcome all your input and suggestions, Horst.

However, I still need to let you know all the reasons why
these two experiments are designed exactly as they are,

and not differently. After your vacation, OK?

” Instead of using a scale with two arms we could use any other scale ”

Wrong !! :))

” The gyros should be accelerated and kept at constant angular velocity.
We have experience with electric drives and should be able to build such units,
perhaps in a shielding cage.”

In the second experiment, no shielding is needed at all.

We may accelerate one gyro and keep it at a constant angular velocity,

but only later, as a second variation on this experiment.

” The gravitational effect of Prof. Martin Tajmar was very small (some micro g),
therefore not so convincing. I never understood the geometry of his experiment “


Neither did I.

In my humble opinion, it was THE BEST geometry

for producing NO results at all. :))


Keep in mind that Prof. Martin Tajmar is a high-profile experimental physicist
of international renown in the field of unconventional space propulsion,
and that he performed all those gravity experiments also on behalf
of the US Air Force.

I would not be surprised if there were some pressure on Prof. Martin Tajmar
(from the USA) to change his final conclusion, unless Prof. Tajmar did not mind
to start working forthe US Department of Defence, like Dr. Ning Li
and her University of Alabama colleague, Dr. Douglas Torr —

Dear Horst, have a good time in Romania.

With kind regards,

Agatha

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