Antigravity, engine and experiments with a flying saucer.Published by MasterOgon on Ср, 04/10/2019 - 05:30
The principle of anti-gravity, the Grebennikov effect, anti-gravity engine. Video experiments with anti-gravity and free energy.
This article is a set of scientific facts, the results of my own research and their theoretical justification.
Since antiquity, it was believed that all world space is filled with ether - a subatomic substance from which all types of matter are formed and the whole surrounding world consists. Theories of scientists, including the theory of gravity, were based on this statement. And even Newton initially agreed that the transfer of energy from one body to another, such as the attraction of planets, can occur only through the medium. But later he changed his mind, and it became generally accepted thanks to his authority in scientific circles.
The first theory explaining gravity, the so-called screen theory, advanced in 1748 by Lomonosov. He suggested that the two bodies next to them were bombarded from all sides with particles of ether, and because of the fact that these bodies close each other, the pressure of the ether between them becomes less and they approach. Further, in 1856, physicist Bjerknes advanced a pulsating theory, citing a simple experiment in which two balls vibrating freely on the water approached each other or repelled by the waves created by them depending on how they oscillated — in phase or semi-phase. The Englishman Cook conducted a similar experience with cylinders modeling electrical, magnetic and diamagnetic phenomena. The experimenter, Guthrie (1870) showed experiments on the attraction and repulsion of oscillating tuning forks. In 1958, Stanyukovich conducted an experiment on the theory of runoff from Schott. Air was blown into two hollow balls with many small holes. The outflow of air from the holes in the balls was the cause of the attraction of the balls. All these experiments beautifully illustrated the mechanism of gravity, provided that the ether is the medium through which interactions between bodies are transmitted.
In order to prove the existence of ether, a number of experiments were also conducted. In the very first experiments in 1881, Michelson, using an interferometer, attempted to measure the velocity of the ether relative to the moving Earth and obtained an ether wind from 3 to 3.5 km / s, which did not correspond to the orbital speed of the planet at 30 km / s. Such a result can be explained by the fact that a large amount of ether is entrained by the Earth in the same way as the atmosphere. This experiment was criticized, and its result was rejected. Another fact that indicates the existence of a subatomic environment is the potential lag, as a result of which the interaction force decreases as a result of speed, discovered by Gauss in 1835. Gauss died not having had time to publish his discovery, and this was done by his friend years later, when the theory of relativity was already established in science. As it is known, the theory of relativity assumes that energy is transferred from atom to atom instantly. Therefore, in order for the theory to work, the curvature of the space of time — the measurement system — was invented. Already relatively recently, modern scientists have made a number of discoveries that do not fit into the theory of relativity. For example, the superluminal propagation of photons, discovered by a group of American scientists led by Alain Aspect.
It is also important to note the discovery made by nuclear engineer Nikolai Noskov (National Nuclear Center, Republic of Kazakhstan). As a result of his research, he suggested that the so-called increase in the length of an atom during movement is caused by its longitudinal vibrations associated with the rotation of electrons in orbit. http://nt.ru/tp/ng/yzp.htm The planetary model of the atom, proposed in 1911 by Ernest Rutherford after a series of experiments, came into conflict with classical electrodynamics, according to which an electron must radiate electromagnetic waves when moving with centripetal acceleration therefore, lose energy and fall on the core. Therefore, it was rejected in favor of quantum mechanics and the principle of the cloud of probabilities. But if we take into account the experience with vibrating balls and the presence of ether, then we can assume that the waves emitted by the electron are the force that prevents the electron from falling. From all this we can conclude that the atom can be described by classical mechanics as an exact mechanism.
Consider the mechanical model of the hydrogen atom, which is acted upon by the force of attraction of another atom, based on classical mechanics.
The electric motor in the center is the nucleus of an atom, and the magnet on the pendulum is an electron. A magnet mounted on a rod rigidly connected to the axis of rotation of the pendulum plays the role of the positively charged nucleus of another atom, the attraction of which acts on the electron. While the engine is running, the pendulum, passing by the magnet on the rod, first accelerates and then slows down. Thus, in a separate area, the centrifugal force increases, and creates a reactive moment in one direction more than in the others. Such a system is an inertial — an engine that, by redistributing its mass at different speeds, is repelled from the environment. With a small oscillation frequency, such a system moves in a homogeneous medium almost linearly, along a long arc, with a high frequency it rotates almost in place.
The process occurring during oscillatory motion in homogeneous - liquid and gaseous media can be described as follows: asymmetric oscillations lead to the formation of a wave medium in which two oppositely directed waves of different forces, made alternately, exist simultaneously by inertia and create a pressure difference leading to uneven the release of thermal energy from the environment in the form of a vortex, pushing the object.
Such an experiment is easy to repeat at home. It is necessary to lower the palm into the water and make a quick movement in one direction and slow in the other. During the reverse movement, the resistance of the water will be greater due to the energy released from the water. This process has the following explanation: Particles of matter are as close as possible to each other and at the same time equidistant. The only possible position in which they can be equidistant relative to each other is triangles, which are combined into hexagons. This corresponds to the crystal structure of water.
Particle 1 gets a boost. Assume that the particles will move along the path of least resistance, as shown by the arrows. If these are billiard balls, then each time the impulse 1 will be divided by 3 and will lose power. But if these are vibrating particles, then each time during a collision, the energy of the pulse will increase, because the vibrating object itself creates a repulsion impulse. There will be a chain reaction, which will first lead to the formation of multiple vortices, the prerequisites for which are in the figure, turning into large vortices that will transmit impulse to particle 1 in the same direction. This means that when making asymmetric oscillations, particle 1 will move in the medium in the direction of a strong pulse.
We also see that particles 7 form a front in three directions, which illustrates the structure of the shock wave during the flight of a bullet. This front has the property to spread further as the vortex force continues to grow, supported by the vibrations of the first body. A vortex structure is formed around the body, which has a greater density than the environment and creates the effect of added mass. It increases the area of interaction of the first body with the environment, and at the same time its strength due to its own energy. The Grebennikov effect, which he discovered in cavity structures and elytra of beetles, is associated with this phenomenon. The special structure of shark skin, dandelion seeds, bird feathers and much more is also connected with this. Such a surface contributes to the formation of multiple microvortexes, even with weak motion. Based on this, the aerodynamics of bird flight, and the motion of the jellyfish are as follows: first, a vortex is generated from the environment, having a greater density and mass than the environment, and then it is thrown backwards as jet fuel.
By simplifying this mechanics to asymmetric vibrations, we get a flying saucer:
Therefore, gravity is the movement of a substance along the path of least resistance due to the repulsion from the environment, anti-gravity is any way of movement by creating a pressure difference.
It can be assumed that in the same way atoms and other particles in the ether move. An atom with a high electron rotation velocity is more repelled by other atoms, and this explains the expansion of matter when heated. Pushing away from other atoms and following the path of least resistance, the heated gas rises. At the same time, its ability to move in the direction of other atoms, to gravitate will be minimal. If the speed of rotation of the electron in orbit decreases, then the ability to repel oneself from obstacles decreases, and the ability to move in a homogeneous ether medium will increase. Adding electrons to the atomic orbit will reduce the asymmetry, and accordingly, the amplitude of its oscillations. Therefore, a heavy substance with a large number of electrons even at a high speed of their rotation will work as a gyroscope, trying to stay in place. The force of attraction of the nucleus of a nearby atom leads to the fact that all electrons will move in his direction at the same time. Having formed a pendulum on the similarity of a parade of planets, they will simultaneously create an impulse of inertia in one direction, as a result of which the oscillations will become asymmetrical, and gravity will occur.
The greater the mass of the pendulum, the more efficient the movement. Therefore, heavy matter has a large gravity. It is the difference between these qualities - the frequency of oscillations of atoms, their mechanical structure and determines the distribution of matter in the universe. The arrangement of atoms in crystal lattices is determined by the frequency, amplitude and direction of their oscillations. They are constantly striving to advance to the center of the total mass and repel each other by a small distance. The atoms of a liquid or gas move towards each other at a lower speed, and the force of their repulsion is great. Celestial bodies and planetary, star systems move to meet each other along spiral trajectories due to their own vibrations, the greater momentum of which depends on their relative position.
In this process, leading to asymmetric oscillations occur at the level of planetary systems. When the planets are located chaotically in orbits around a star, their gravitational forces act evenly, and the star remains in the center. When the planets begin to approach each other, a gravitational interaction occurs between them, they accelerate. And when the planets line up in a single line, forming a parade, their total gravity acts on the star, creating a reactive moment, leading to its sharp shift relative to the center of mass of the entire system. Provided that the planetary system interacts with the environment, this leads to its independent movement. The more the system approaches the source of attraction, the faster the rotation of the bodies in its orbit. Therefore, as it approaches, the trajectory will go from a straight line into a rotation in place, forming a spiral. This principle explains the behavior of all matter in the universe, its properties to form spiral structures at micro and macro levels. On the example of water perturbed by a single impulse, one can see how complex structures can be obtained from a homogeneous substance, resembling the structure of the universe visible to us. If you create a movement in the transparent water, so that the smallest perturbations are visible, then you can see that all the processes occurring there are one or another derivative of the vortices. At the macro level, we can see the similarity of this process with multiple galaxies, planetary systems. At less levels, we can say that the vortex has the properties of a solid. Consisting of the same as the environment, it has a large mass, density, inertness due to its own gyroscopic effect. It can move in the medium by inertia, overcoming its resistance, taking and then taking the substance out of it. In this simple experience, one can see how galaxies form and cease to exist, how more dense matter is formed from the environment. In this case, as follows from the above examples, the energy that drives the vortices in motion, is taken from the substance itself. The particles independently move towards each other along a spiral path and repel each other. Based on these findings, it can be assumed that the base substance - the ether from which all matter is composed has the same peculiarity of spiraling as all the substance that is formed by it. This can be confirmed by the vortex structure of the photon. Here it is possible to draw an absolutely clear analogy of radio and light waves with a wave at sea - they have a spiral structure. Thus, the method of motion in a viscous medium is applicable in the cosmic ether.
Assuming that the ether is a medium with the properties of a viscous, inert substance, we can also assume that the two atoms in it will move to meet each other along a spiral trajectory, similar to the model of the atom proposed above, having the same number of positive and negative charges . Such a movement fully corresponds to the phenomena observed in the universe, explains the spiral structure of the galaxy. Such conclusions indicate the reality of the creation of aerospace vehicles on the wave principle, using free energy from the environment for movement.
To confirm this concept, I carried out a series of experiments in which an anti-gravity engine that simulates the vibrations of an atom during movement was set on a float, discoid and sickle-shaped wing. Fluctuations with the help of an engine set the float in motion, and the lift of the wing in the oncoming flow increased significantly due to the formation of acoustic waves.