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Experimental Detection of the Gravitomagnetic London Moment

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Experimental Detection of the Gravitomagnetic London Moment

arXiv.org URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0603033


Martin Tajmar1,*, Florin Plesescu1, Klaus Marhold1& Clovis J. de Matos2

1 Space Propulsion, ARC Seibersdorf research GmbH, A-2444 Seibersdorf, Austria
2 ESA-HQ, European Space Agency, 8-10 rue Mario Nikis, 75015 Paris, France
* Corresponding Author, Email: martin.tajmar@arcs.ac.at


Factoid: It takes energy to accelerate a superconducting field. The field acquires a mass-quality, and it takes energy to accelerate the mass-quality. This energy remains with the superconducting field as stored energy of angular momentum. —dem


It is well known that a rotating superconductor produces a magnetic field proportional to its angular velocity. The authors conjectured earlier, that in addition to this so-called London moment, also a large gravitomagnetic field should appear to explain an mass increase of Niobium Cooper-pairs. This phenomenon was indeed observed and induced acceleration fields outside the superconductor in the order of about 100 µg were found. The field appears to be directly proportional to the applied angular acceleration of the superconductor following our theoretical motivations. If confirmed, a gravitomagnetic field of measurable magnitude was produced for the first time in a laboratory environment. These results may open up a new experimental window on testing general relativity and its consequences using coherent matter.


PACS: 04.80.-y, 04.40.Nr, 74.62.Yb



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Gravitron Drive with a Rapidly Spinning Disk (RSD)

Propulsion without Propellant

Retrieved by DonEMitchell (talk) 17:25, 14 January 2014 (MST) from www.spinningdisk.org/research.htm

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RSD Research

These solutions and designs are unique. Spinning Disk Research proposes a craft built around the Gravitron Drive with an RSD that will generate a powerful thrusting force – without propellant. Experiments have been successful in spinning small, superconducting rings at speeds of 5,000 to 20,000 rpms. This work over the years has demonstrated that 'gravity shielding' is indeed a reality.


Experimental results have been published showing:

  • A continuous duration Low Power gravity field generated via electro-gravitic interactions in superconductors.(~ 0.03 G – Gravity Field)
  • A short duration High Power gravity field* (an Impulse Gravity Generator) generated via electro-gravitic interactions within specific superconductors. (~1000 G – Impulse Gravity Field)


The Impulse Gravity Generator thrusts – it pushes objects over at a distance. It is a repulsive force. The force effect is only in the direction of the beam vector, and the force is very high speed.[1]


The RSD is, in part, a next stage progression from this earlier, highly significant work involving the above gravity field generation devices.


The RSD solution utilises a specially-formulated solid disk with levitating magnets and is spun at very high speeds, well into the upper tens of thousands of revolutions per minute. A specific rate of spin results in a state whereby the disk emits vast quantities of gravitrons in a continuous flow that can be directed, utilising magnetic fields, to individually controlled thrusters. The Gravitron Drive. A repulsive gravity drive.


The scientific community is just beginning to open up to the idea of gravity research, and the media is now discussing the subject openly.

* The observed phenomenon appears to be unprecedented in the literature. It cannot be understood in the framework of General Relativity.


Edited for wiki-style and page-linking. The last two lines above were small and smaller, by Martin Tajmar.

  1. E. Podkletnovmeasured a gravity beam signal at 64 times light-speed.