Possible way for the gravity, and possible experimentation very easy to do
The "newelectrogravity group" have not transmit my last post whitch was an answer to your last post question, so I transmit you this post, witch is a copy of a post I have made on the electrohydrodynamics yahoo group
Yes, the A-field vector extend beyond the condutor material, it is the potential of B, like U voltage is the potential of E Field, with the relation E=Gradient(U).
A vector is the potential of B with the relation B=curl(A) so depending initial condition we have several possibility for the Vector potential of B = A + Grad(Q), because curl( A + Grad(Q) ) = curl (A), in this formula Q have the dimension of a charge (probably "magnetic charge"). For me, i think that this "magnetic charge" is in relation with Gravity, i have not already demonstrated that, but i am working on Maxwell equation, because they are not complete. I think that the nature of the gravity is an Electromagnetic nature.
When we have B=0 by opposition of 2 B fields, the Energy IS NOT NUL so A CANNOT be nul, so A need to be equal to Grad(Q).
2010/5/16 Edward E
Wait a minute Laurent!
I have a question to ask you before I go away to study.
Concerning the so called A-field vector;
Does the A-field vector extend beyond the condutor material
i.e, is it an intrinsic component of the magnetic field.?
"Edward E" <edwardemsley@...> wrote:
>Laurent DAMOIS <laurent.damois@> wrote:
> Thanks for the Wikipedia links.
> I shall go away a while and study these in more depth.
> >E=0 in a capacitor because charge on the 2 plates create an E Field, but inside the capacitor, the dielectric polarisation create an opposite E Field
> > Yes A = B (cross product) dr , because B = Curl(A) witch is the definition
> > of A (potential vector of B). So A = current density x Area x Mu (Mu is
> > magnetic permeability of the material). Generaly A is parallel to the vector
> > intensity (same direction)
> > See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_potential
> > See: "Nonuniqueness" paragraphe at
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vector_potential
> > When we have B field = 0 with two B Field opposition we are in this case,
> > because magnetic energy do not equal 0, so A Field do not equal 0, so A
> > Field is a gradient, so we have creation of force because we have "Energy +
> > Gradient"
> > To have "Electromagnetic Free energy device" and "Electronagnetic perpetual
> > motion device", we need to be in this situation.
> > For a biwired (biwounded) coil with B=0, gradient could be:
> > - Gradient of shape (conical shape)
> > - Gradient of electric resistivity (2 differents material)
> > - Gradient of magnetic permeability (2 differents material)
> > The best know "Electronagnetic perpetual motion device" is the
> > supraconductor current, witch caracteristic is: B Field = 0 inside the
> > "device=wire".
> > See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meissner_effect
> > This kind of device can be named: "Asymetric Magnetic Capacitor", because in
> > a asymetric electric capacitor we have "E=0 + Energy different of 0 +
> > Gradient" and in a "AMC" we have "B=0 + Energy different of 0 + Gradient"
FORCE = Gradient(Energy)
The Force created with an AMC is: Force = (I²/2)xGrad(Inductance), because Energy in coil = Inductance x (Intensity)²/2
The Force created with an AEC (Asymetric Electric Capacitor) is: Force = (U²/2)xGrad(Capacity), because Energy in capacitor = Capacity x (Intensity)²/2
You can notice that, this formula match with the result of the NASA experiment on asymetric capacitor,
- FORCE WORKS IN DC AND AC MODE because we have I² and U²
- FORCE DEPEND ONLY OF THE GRADIENT DIRECTION
In AEC the power will be very low, because Power = Intensity leakage x Voltage, so some few watts
In AMC the power can be "unlimited"
> >Re: [newelectrogravity] A-Vector Magic
> > Laurent DAMOIS
> > 2010/5/14 Edward E <edwardemsley@>
> > > Thank you Laurent,I think I get it.
> > >
> > > So the A-field vector is simply the area vector
> > > of the current density through a cross-section
> > > of conductor material such that
> > > A = Bdx [ wb/m ].?
> > >
> > > Laurent DAMOIS <laurent.damois@> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Very easy, the 'A-vector field', is the current Field, the flow of
> > > electron
> > > > X Permeability of the material. The current taked as a vector is the
> > > > A-vector. Definition of A is Curl(A) = B = potential vector of B.
> > > > You can see with the maxwell equation, Curl(B)=Mu0 x J, with B=Curl(A) we
> > > > have Curl(Curl(A))=Mu0 x J, so if we make Surface integration = Flux of
> > > > Curl(Curl(A)) , we have
> > > > A = Mu0 X J x Aera, with J x Area = I (current, intensity), so A = Mu0 x
> > > I
> > > > Laurent
> > > >
> > > > 2010/5/12 Edward E <edwardemsley@>
> > > >
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > Can someone explain to me the 'A-vector field',
> > > > > I have not come across this before?
For the uninitiated, could you expand a little ?
On Tue, May 11th, 2010 at 4:20 PM, Laurent DAMOIS <laurent.damois@...>
> I agree with you
> When we have (B+) + (B-) = 0 (two B Field in opposition = The secret
> Free energy and Free Thrust)
> we have Curl( (A+) + (A-) ) = 0 so (A+) + (A-) = Grad(U) = Force =
> thrust =
> probably antigravitationnal Force
> Laurent DAMOIS
> 2010/5/10 jebayles2001 <jebayles2001@...>
> > May 10, 2010
> > An electron passing through an A-vector field experiences a change
> > momentum which is proven by the Aharanov-Bohm experiment. The
> > are charge in coulombs times the A-vector in ((volts times seconds)
> > by distance in meters) equals momentum.
> > It is established also that the A-vector is separate from the
> B-field that
> > engendered it. That is, when the B-field is totally sheilded from
> > A-vector space, the A-Vector continues to exist and creates action
> on the
> > passing electron. Further, the A-vector cannot be shielded against
> > makes it an ideal mechanism for gravitational action at a distance
> in the
> > quantum sense.
> > Next, allowing for the momentum to be changed as a function of time
> > a force field apart from the B-field space. Therefore, force
> > by action at a distance in one spatial location is not transferred
> > reaction force in another location in space. That is, the delta
> time B-field
> > space will not react to a corresponding force-field action in the
> > space.
> > The conclusion to be drawn is that a force-field propulsion system
> > may be created by focusing the force field on a target within a
> > in the direction of desired motion and no counterpart reaction
> > be generated.
> > The action of the force-field via the A-vector is effectively
> > instantaneous. This suggests a method of superluminal
> > Finally, a force-impact weapon may also be created that cannot be
> > against.
> > Jerry E. Bayles
> > ElectrogravitationWorks