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US5280864 Method for transiently altering the mass of objects to facilitate their transport or change their stationary apparent weights

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Method for transiently altering the mass of objects to facilitate their transport or change their stationary apparent weights

US 5280864 A
Publication number .US5280864 A
Publication type .Grant
Application number .US 07/823,670
Publication date .Jan 25, 1994
Filing date .Jan 21, 1992
Priority date .Oct 16, 1986
Fee status .Paid
Inventors .James F. Woodward
Original Assignee .Woodward James F
Non-Patent Citations (2), Referenced by (4), Classifications (7), Legal Events (4)

Abstract

This invention is a method for producing transient fluctuations in the inertial masses of material objects employing an effect that is a consequence of relativistic theories of gravitation. An extension of this method wherein pulsed thrust is applied sychronously with the mass fluctuations produced by the method to an object makes it possible to cause stationary changes in the object's apparent mass and weight and also to facilitate the transport of massive objects.

Description

TWO EXAMPLES OF THE METHOD
In principle there are many ways in which one may produce large, rapidly varying energy densities where the inertial reaction mass fluctuation effect upon which this method is based is generated. Of all of the possible means available the specific method with the most advantages from the point of view of ease of generation and control is the application of rapidly varying electromagnetic fields, in circuits of straight-forward design, to the material core elements of the capacitative and/or inductive components. Both of the examples of the method described here employ alternating electromagnetic fields to produce useful effects.

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