Electrogravitational Equation Explanation

The electrogravitational equation shown below has some interesting dimensional properties that may go unnoticed by the casual reader. Therefore a short introduction as to what the dimensional aspects of the equation are and how they may pertain to recent positive electrogravitational test results by Professor Fran De Aquino is presented here.

Local                              Non-Local                               Local
System #1      Instantaneous Energy-Space Connector     System #2
(A)                            Force Constant                              (A)
Variable                Ampere                  Ampere               Variable
Weber/meter     |-------------------------------------|      Weber/meter

Where: uo = inductive permeability in henry/meter and  lq = classic radius of the electron in meters, (S.I. units.).
The delta Rx is the variable distance between the respective systems.

First, a torus has an area related to two wavelengths multiplied together. Each wavelength may be associated with a standing wave generated by a moving particle in the quantum sense. I have designated the standing wave as llm which represents a closed path of a charged particle and the lambda as the wavelength related to the path formed by the quantum standing wave. The current ilm squared times the wavelength squared represents a toroidial area of standing wave current with each current path 90 degrees to the other current.

If we look at the left side of the equation referenced above we see that a torus area is generated when the lambda in the A vector is multiplied by the lambda on the right or left in the force constant in the middle of the equation. In fact, a torus is formed in the middle force equation as well as when either the left or right of the A equation lambda is multiplied by either lambda in the force constant in the middle. Also a torus is formed when the lambda component is multiplied together in the two A vectors on the outside of the main equation.

A possibility of six different torus connections are available in the two-system interaction shown in the above equation. Then the equation suggests that the coupling of two standing waves 90 degrees to each other and then form three complete linked toroids geometrically describe the complete electrogravitational action. Each lambda is a standing wave that is quantum as well as electrical and is circular geometrically.

Professor Fran De Aquino has built a toroid shaped iron-enclosed winding that is reported to have lost a significant amount of weight when energized with ordinary powerline frequency energy.

I suggest that his torus shaped device is able to couple with the torus nature of the electrogravitational action through the associated vector magnetic potential (A vector) of the ambient gravitational field and the A vector generated by his torus device. Further, in his (Fran De Aquino's)energy equation, the lambda squared times current squared also appears as active parameters. (As they do in my own equations.) I treat the mechanics of the action as involving standing waves and he treats the action as one of an enclosed antenna. The main point is, I view the likelihood of his test as being real as plausable in spite of the fact that no reproduction of his test has been reported as far as I know.

Therefore, I encourage experimenters to take his test results seriously and that a real effort to duplicate his work be made on all available fronts. Since the materials required appear to be a major stumbling block because of the cost involved, perhaps some of you may know a way to achieve funding for a real followup test as described by his work online. We could form a test group where one or two of us could do the actual test and the rest participate as advisors. My own technical background is adequate to do the test if I could obtain the materials.

In closing, I see more possibilities of standing wave torus use than in demonstrating the electrogravitational action. For example: The A vector between two toroids (when aligned through the centers) may provide instantaneous communication that would be independent of distance. Another would be close coupled standing wave toroids that may be able to extract energy from energy space for use in our normal space if the phasing were adjusted (perturbed) between them properly.

Jerry E. Bayles
j.e.bayles@worldnet.att.net

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