Just ask yourself the following question, given the fact that we have supposed
that the reason the camera sees no neon discharge and the outside observer does
see the discharge is that it the camera now appears to be taking pictures when
the voltage across the bulb is near its minimal zero crossing point, how exactly
is that accomplished when there are hundreds of frames in succession before we
again see frames in illumination? And what causes this slow transition time?
If gravity can distort space -time, why not air core magnetic fields that
have no saturation point. Magnetism being vastly stronger then the gravitational
would mean that it should be possible to create localized time distortion
effects much more readily, with easily measured quantities to be made for
comparisons. Here in the ending video taping a cycle time of 16 seconds occured.
A cycle time of what?
This is the difference in our time reference time vs the distorted time
reference frame on camera exhibited by the magnetic field movement making the
neon discharge. From our side we pump in 960 cycles of magnetic movement cycles,
but inside the magnetic field itself 961 cycles are observed. In this demo a one
third difference in field intensity has also shown a 1/3 variance in identically
sequenced time frames. The way lays open for the making of many magnetic actions
and how these are mirrored for their cycle times.
A Doppler time shift mechanism is envisioned whereby two coils may be tuned for
magnetic attraction, and conversely another set tuned for magnetic opposition,
and the interaction of their cycle times noted for direction of these dilations.
It now should also become possible to note any mass variations on coils showing
this time distortion. A whole new world of relativity research is now opened.
1/10% Time distortion between load and camera reference frame