“One of my friends came in and he was smoking his pipe,”..... “He put some smoke over the cryostat and we saw that the smoke was going to the ceiling all the time.........” Tests showed a small drop in the weight of objects placed over the device, as if it were shielding the object from the effects of gravity......The team found that even the air pressure vertically above the device dropped slightly, with the effect detectable directly above the device on every floor of the laboratory.”..............
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Gravity tests are diffikult. How do u differentiate tween gravity & charge & magnetizm & inertia etc?? Podkletnov's equipment & methodology had it all. I reckon Podkletnov's ascending smoke kood be explained by Miles Mathis uzing Mile's charge field theorys. But i want to explain it uzing aetheric gravity & inertia. The answer probly involvs both (charge and aether).
A horizontally spinning disc will emit an axial-ray of aether vertically upwards, and another downwards.
Lets say the background cosmic aether-wind iz 430km/s (or 420 or 486 or something), at 15dg below horizontal at the Equator. Lets say Earth's gravity creates an aether-stream sinking vertically at 10km/s. Lets say the axial-up-ray iz 1km/s (& the down-ray iz 1km/s).
But aether-winds and aether-streams and aether-rays wont necessaryly affekt wt. Constant aether-speed wont affekt wt, only aether-acceleration affekts wt. So we are looking for accelerations. We kan ignore the background cosmic-wind, there iz allmost zero acceleration there. Nextly consider Earth's gravity, this iz a strong acceleration, but it iz fairly uniform in every part of the building (ie it iz the same inside a ray and outside). Therefore we kan ignore Earth's gravity too. Nextly consider the disc's gravity, this akts towards the disc -- it iz very weak, and therefore we kan ignore it too.
This leevs us with the disc's axial-rays, created by radial-inertia. I reckon that there iz a significant amount of upwards acceleration & downwards acceleration in our axial-rays very near the disc (when closer than r/2), quickly dekreecing, there being allmost zero acceleration once further than r. This duznt look very good, they are hardly rays at all, just small little sawn-off runts of rays. Certainly not strong rays laughing at ceilings and floors and roof az they disappear up into the clouds and down into the ground.
So acceleration iz a bit of a fizzer, lets look elsewhere. Now things get tricky. Lets just look at the axial-up-ray on its own, ignoring aether-wind and aether-streams. The up-ray iz 1km/s near the disc, and 1km/s all the way up to the clouds. And the aether outside the ray iz stationary (in effekt). A Nobel Medallion will weigh the same inside the ray and outside.
But if u moov that Nobel from outside the ray to inside, the Nobel will feel an upwards force whilst crossing the boundary. The aether haz a different speed outside & inside, thusly aetherons in the Nobel will be accelerated upwards whilst crossing the boundary. That acceleration will be very strong, but very brief. If the Nobel iz in a pan of a balance (with wts in the other pan) the pan will lift whilst crossing the boundary (the Nobel appears to looz wt briefly). U kood say that this loss iz due to pseudo-inertia. An exiting pan would sink.
A puff of smoke entering the up-ray will be whisked upwards, then whilst exiting on the other side it will be whisked downwards (ie the upwards speed will be retarded & reduced to zero). Podkletnov will see a column of ascending smoke.
I havnt mentioned the aether and smoke being sucked in at the rim of the disc. This smoke will then enter the axial-rays & ascend (& descend). An inevitable & powerfull effekt. No need to wait for smoke to blunder into the rays.
So, we hav one up-ray, but two different ray-forces. We hav the shortish-range force due to accelerating-aether, and we hav the longish-range force due to the pseudo-acceleration effekt due to crossing the boundary. Combined, we get a worthy ray.
In fakt we hav two up-rays. The ray due to accelerating aether will allways be a sharp vertical circle. Aether acceleration haz a speed of at least 20,000,000,000*c, therefore the background cosmic aether-wind blowing at 430km/s (or 486km/s or 516km/s or ???km/s) will hav little effekt on its vertical angle (ie zero aberration)(even tho the aether iz mooving at only 1km/s). But its first-born, the ray due to aether-speed (giving pseudo-acceleration & pseudo-inertia), will be stretched downstream by the aether-wind, & will be a weak wall of smoke rather than a strong column.
At latitudes abov 75dg the background aether-wind kan be vertical (beware of polar bears). There would be zero stretching, both rays would be nearnuff identical, forming one sharp ray, & we would see a strong column of ascending smoke.
Better still, stay where u are, and align the disc's axis to the background aether-wind. At lat15dg the axis might be horizontal. Aktually i reckon that horizontal columns of smoke would be just az strong az vertical columns, anywhere.
A special disc iznt needed. U don't need special elements, magnetizm, low temperature, vibration. A big strong heavy disc spinning at 100,000 rpm shood do the trick. I think Podkletnov didn't go past 30,000rpm, & got up to 9% wt loss (interview).
Air and birds etc entering the rays will rob energy from the disc. Their drag will communicate to the disc. This iznt rocket science. What iznt obvious iz that an upwards force in the ray might rezult in a downwards force on the disc. A central force or a balanced force mightn't hurt the disc. But offcenter forces in the rays might lead to bad vibrations in the disc. (Still thinking bout this).