Electrogravitational Tests and Analysis

The following test results show a resonance near or in the Schumann frequency range of  8 to 9 Hz. This was
accomplished utilizing my swept frequency analysis system. This frequency is of significance since it is near the 10.03224805 Hz postulated in my theory of electrogravitational action mechanics. The frequency measured in the first two tests differed by about 2 Hz and this is with all test parameters controlled to be equal. Further tests will be made over time to see if this frequency shift continues to occur depending on the time and day the test is conducted.

The frequency may be lowered from the electrogravitational frequency of 10 Hz to near the Schumann frequency by the parallel free space impedance Rs across the parallel resonance of a quantum tank circuit composed of the electrogravitational quantum inductance and capacitance as postulated in my book, "Electrogravitation As A Unified Field Theory." In fact, the so-called Schumann frequency may be the down shifted electrogravitational action frequency.

Based on my experience with many previous tests I am able to present new test results which are almost completely free of interaction with the normal Earth magnetic field. Further, redesign of the balance beam motion sensor circuitry greatly increased the sensitivity while at the same time reducing the noise pickup at the front end of the A to D converter input circuitry. The below figure 1 is the basic scheme of the balance beam setup.

FIGURE 1

The left and right sides of the balance beam are vertical (normal) to the surface of the Earth. The coils are 20 cm vertical height and 18 cm horizontal width. There are three coils close and parallel to each other on each side of the balance beam and each coil has 160 turns each. With one ampere in each coil, this is equal to 1 amp  x 160 turns  x 6 or 960 ampere turns total magna motive force. The natural frequency of the balance beam is slightly less than 1 Hz with an additional secondary "impact" resonance of 7 Hz. (A slight jar will cause this ringing to show up on the screen.) I am not sure at present how or even if this impact resonance figures into the test results.  Finally,  all six coils are turned on and off at the same time with the same duty cycle.

The test results are viewed by running the program dataplot.exe. This will allow for the five test lots to be viewed in each dated directory. The files are in the dated sub folders and are in self extracting *.exe zip formats. When extracted into a temporary directory created by the user, run the program DATAPLOT.EXE. Enter 1 when prompted for an input and then input 5. The tests will be shown sequentially from #1 to #5 with about 2 seconds to view each. Input the <PAUSE> on your keyboard to hold any screen for viewing.

This is an ongoing test and analysis project, therefore the reader is encouraged to check back later for more results.
--Jerry E. Bayles.

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