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Can electricity influence gravity?

 
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Can electricity influence gravity?
So having a long term interest in this subject I am interested in GLP's opinion..
It is known that Tesla was interested in gravity and wrote a paper that suggested that it was related to EM waves:
[link to www.netowne.com]

It is also 'suggested' that the B2 bomber uses a charged hull to achieve weight reduction:
[link to www.drboylan.com]

Then there is the 'theory' of rotating super-conductors creating a gravitic shield effect?
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

How do we test this on a budget?
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Ever heard of electromagnetics?
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Ever heard of electromagnetics?
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Sure! have heard of electrogravitics?
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
It can not directly affect the force of gravity, but electromagnetism can create an attractive or repelling force which can enhance or diminish the force of gravity on a given object.

Good example would be maglev trains that float on a magnetic suspension.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Yes, in the presence of a super conductor...

One type of super conductor is Mercury...

You know they have found pools of Mercury below Egypt's Pyramids and also the Sun God Pyramid in Mexico/Teotihuacan...

In Teotihuacan, they have rooms lined with Mica which has excellent heat resistant properties and could also be used as a resonator for capacitance....

That means the Pyramids could be huge EM Wave generators that could enhance flight characteristics in ships powered with Mercury as a super conductor...

That means the Pyramids could have been used as aero drones for spaceships entering and leaving earth. This would be similar to our Cape Canaveral. Notice how a lot of the pyramids are close to the equator too...
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Yes, in the presence of a super conductor...

One type of super conductor is Mercury...

You know they have found pools of Mercury below Egypt's Pyramids and also the Sun God Pyramid in Mexico/Teotihuacan...

In Teotihuacan, they have rooms lined with Mica which has excellent heat resistant properties and could also be used as a resonator for capacitance....

That means the Pyramids could be huge EM Wave generators that could enhance flight characteristics in ships powered with Mercury as a super conductor...

That means the Pyramids could have been used as aero drones for spaceships entering and leaving earth. This would be similar to our Cape Canaveral. Notice how a lot of the pyramids are close to the equator too...
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interesting thanks!
Do you have any links ref mercury under the pyramids?
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Has anyone on GLP attempted to recreate the hutchison effect?
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Yes, in the presence of a super conductor...

One type of super conductor is Mercury...

You know they have found pools of Mercury below Egypt's Pyramids and also the Sun God Pyramid in Mexico/Teotihuacan...

In Teotihuacan, they have rooms lined with Mica which has excellent heat resistant properties and could also be used as a resonator for capacitance....

That means the Pyramids could be huge EM Wave generators that could enhance flight characteristics in ships powered with Mercury as a super conductor...

That means the Pyramids could have been used as aero drones for spaceships entering and leaving earth. This would be similar to our Cape Canaveral. Notice how a lot of the pyramids are close to the equator too...
 Quoting: DuckNCover


interesting thanks!
Do you have any links ref mercury under the pyramids?
 Quoting: mekon666


I don't have the links. Seen it on one of the UFO shows on the History channel a few nights ago. I will try to do some research for the links...

Here is one link:

[link to www.archaeology.org]

Thread: Large amount of mercury found sealed in 1,800-year-old chamber beneath Teotihuacan pyramid

Here is a link regarding the Mica:

[link to www.ancient-wisdom.com]

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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
I think in. heim droescher theory maybe it can

I recall reading about some experiments by someone claiming to see an effect like this ... not mainstream

hiem droescher is interesting because it makes predictions of particle masses that have born out to be correct, I think some in advance of actual measurements

but it predicts particles that don't seem to exist, so problem
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Just like water can influece a dry land.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
influence.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Electricity is real

Gravity is fake

Tru story bro
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
It ABSOLUTELY can.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Yes, since gravity is a result of the fundamental electrostatic force.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Electricity is real

Gravity is fake

Tru story bro
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
boy it sure sounds like you're new to this they have been making flying sauces with anti-gravity technology since at least the 1940s both the Nazis and Nikola Tesla Nikola Tesla put out the specs for a cigar shaped flying object in 1910-1920 have you heard about Tesla's will have you heard about the Nazi Bell what did you think Area 51 was aliens aliens is just a cover story these are the black projects all of UFOs are man-made we have anti-gravity technology right now they just don't want to share it with the public.
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Want to get your hero-worship beliefs about Tesla crushed?

Read this and extrapolate.

"Never before had I imagined somebody to invent an earthquake machine! I was invited to Tesla's Manhattan laboratory where he showed me this device he said would usually produce an earthquake within a certain radius of the earthquake machine operator. Why, I was shocked when he actually caused short earthquake that was completely under his control! Tesla mentioned off-hand that he had been working on other powerful devices. I recall another time where Tesla was able to seemingly control lightening! By God, it just does not seem right that a mortal man should be able to control the elements such as does Tesla. He is a dangerous man!" - Mark Twain

Yeah, Tesla built the modern War Machine. The free energy thing was a ruse. All of his tech, if he really did invent anything, was used for War and Subjugation of Humanity.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
gravity is nothing more than spin

play with a gyroscope some time
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Want to get your hero-worship beliefs about Tesla crushed?

Read this and extrapolate.

"Never before had I imagined somebody to invent an earthquake machine! I was invited to Tesla's Manhattan laboratory where he showed me this device he said would usually produce an earthquake within a certain radius of the earthquake machine operator. Why, I was shocked when he actually caused short earthquake that was completely under his control! Tesla mentioned off-hand that he had been working on other powerful devices. I recall another time where Tesla was able to seemingly control lightening! By God, it just does not seem right that a mortal man should be able to control the elements such as does Tesla. He is a dangerous man!" - Mark Twain

Yeah, Tesla built the modern War Machine. The free energy thing was a ruse. All of his tech, if he really did invent anything, was used for War and Subjugation of Humanity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4255672


All he did was to create a ultra low frequency device known

as a speaker.. and placed it on the ground.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Just like water can influece a dry land.
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Opps sorry this is manily about the electricity influencing magnetism more than this thread's title since I misread it.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Electricity is real

Gravity is fake

Tru story bro
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You think gravity is fake because is hidden.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
So having a long term interest in this subject I am interested in GLP's opinion..
It is known that Tesla was interested in gravity and wrote a paper that suggested that it was related to EM waves:
[link to www.netowne.com]

It is also 'suggested' that the B2 bomber uses a charged hull to achieve weight reduction:
[link to www.drboylan.com]

Then there is the 'theory' of rotating super-conductors creating a gravitic shield effect?
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

How do we test this on a budget?
 Quoting: mekon666


Anti-grav has been done and already in use.

Popular Mechanics article Oct. 1999

Taming Gravity
[link to www.thelivingmoon.com]

Note....these scientists all went POOF! BUH-BYE! after making this discovery.
...as did the article except for some smart people who saved it.

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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Gravity as they have stated it could never be real. Fact, see if their idea of gravity was correct, the birds could not fly pull of gravity would force them to the ground, bumbles could never fly, no plane could push pass the gravity field if gravity was as they claim.

What goes up must come down, true, but that not gravity, the pull on the things going up is gravity in their theory, and keep us people and building from staying on the ground.

You go up in a pressurized plane, do not forget this it is important, the higher you go, you must have a pressurized cabin, or you will float around in the cabin, hopefully with enough oxygen. Pressure has to be added to compensate for the loss of pressure on the earth, why else would you use pressurized cabins? It is not just lack of pressure, you go higher and step out of that plane and the pressure I think it pressure will tare you apart. Same with the crushing of pressure in deep ocean, you have to pressurized or become a pancake.

This and other little bits it seen and heard over the years. Our pressure is different in different places on earth the tall mountain breathing is difficult, this is where oxygen an pressure is involved with each other. So, there as still animals and people who can adapt to these kind of environments their lung grow larger. It just life adapting, and somehow the pressure and oxygen held in a bumble bee allows to fly with the size of it's body to wing size. Ha, they could learn a lot from the shape of a bumble bee, wonder if they have looked into that one, if the get the idea of pressure and oxygen intake and where it is stored.

I am no genus be this seem to be common sense to me, find our how a bumble bee flies.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
So having a long term interest in this subject I am interested in GLP's opinion..
It is known that Tesla was interested in gravity and wrote a paper that suggested that it was related to EM waves:
[link to www.netowne.com]

It is also 'suggested' that the B2 bomber uses a charged hull to achieve weight reduction:
[link to www.drboylan.com]

Then there is the 'theory' of rotating super-conductors creating a gravitic shield effect?
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

How do we test this on a budget?
 Quoting: mekon666


Depending on scale and charge. Yes electricity has an effect of gravity.

On a quantum level atoms are bound by electrons and the consent intermolecular forces define the shape and angles in chemical bonds.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Gravity as they have stated it could never be real. Fact, see if their idea of gravity was correct, the birds could not fly pull of gravity would force them to the ground, bumbles could never fly, no plane could push pass the gravity field if gravity was as they claim.

What goes up must come down, true, but that not gravity, the pull on the things going up is gravity in their theory, and keep us people and building from staying on the ground.

You go up in a pressurized plane, do not forget this it is important, the higher you go, you must have a pressurized cabin, or you will float around in the cabin, hopefully with enough oxygen. Pressure has to be added to compensate for the loss of pressure on the earth, why else would you use pressurized cabins? It is not just lack of pressure, you go higher and step out of that plane and the pressure I think it pressure will tare you apart. Same with the crushing of pressure in deep ocean, you have to pressurized or become a pancake.

This and other little bits it seen and heard over the years. Our pressure is different in different places on earth the tall mountain breathing is difficult, this is where oxygen an pressure is involved with each other. So, there as still animals and people who can adapt to these kind of environments their lung grow larger. It just life adapting, and somehow the pressure and oxygen held in a bumble bee allows to fly with the size of it's body to wing size. Ha, they could learn a lot from the shape of a bumble bee, wonder if they have looked into that one, if the get the idea of pressure and oxygen intake and where it is stored.

I am no genus be this seem to be common sense to me, find our how a bumble bee flies.
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Were you stoned all through high school physics and chemistry classes?
wtf



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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
gravity is nothing more than spin

play with a gyroscope some time
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Oh, good Lord...

Gyroscopes do not resist or alter gravity, they resist the change of directions. They fully obey all Newtonian laws. It's the conservation of angular momentum that keeps a gyroscope from tipping over, yet the weight of the lower axis point on whatever is supporting said gyroscope NEVER CHANGES despite the speed of the spinning mass.

Did they stop teaching science in science classes or something?
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Yes, since gravity is a result of the fundamental electrostatic force.
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While opposites attract poles of the same polarity repel. This is how you can achieve reduced gravity. Find out the magnetic field resonance coming from the earth's core, + or - ect.....
Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
gravity is nothing more than spin

play with a gyroscope some time
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Oh, good Lord...

Gyroscopes do not resist or alter gravity, they resist the change of directions. They fully obey all Newtonian laws. It's the conservation of angular momentum that keeps a gyroscope from tipping over, yet the weight of the lower axis point on whatever is supporting said gyroscope NEVER CHANGES despite the speed of the spinning mass.

Did they stop teaching science in science classes or something?
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I'd like to offer the rudimentary explanation of gravity using the "rubber sheet" concept.

0 dimensions- a point. No height, width, or depth
1 dimenion- a line or line segment. Length only
2 dimensions- a line segment at right angles to itself, i.e. a square. Length and width
3 dimensions- a square at right angles to itself, i.e. a cube. Length, width, and height
4 dimensions- a cube at right angles to itself, i.e. a hypercube or tesseract. Length, width, height, and the final dimension


OK, We can draw a cube on a piece of paper. It's essentially a 2-dimensional representation of a 3-dimensional object. Let's use a rubber sheet, fixed upon a frame to represent 3 dimensions reduced to 2. Length and width remain, but height is reduced to nothing. This sheet represents 4-dimensional space.

Gravity is the result of mass on space. The greater the mass, the greater the gravity. Here's how to visualize it. Take a small ball bearing and roll it across our rubber sheet. It goes right across. The mass of the bearing is tiny. Now, let's take a bowling ball and place it in the center of our rubber sheet. The sheet bows down significantly. This represents a mass's effect on space in the 4th dimension, reduced to 3 dimensions. Let's roll our bearing across again, in a path that will not go toward the bowling ball. The bearing will invariably roll toward the bowling ball. If the bearing has enough speed, it's trajectory will alter, but it will still reach the other side. If not, it will spiral into the well created by the bowling ball. The larger the bowling ball, the greater the gravity well.

That's it. That's gravity. It's not inertia, it's not spin, it's the bending of 4th dimensional space.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
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That's it. That's gravity. It's not inertia, it's not spin, it's the bending of 4th dimensional space.
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"Space has no properties." (Nikola Tesla) Space cannot be bent. However, the Aether can be perturbed.
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Re: Can electricity influence gravity?
Yes. A kitchen appliance once electrocuted me, and I hit the ground like a ton of bricks. In reality, I'm much lighter than a ton, so there you go.
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