## Possible way for the gravity, and possible experimentation very easy to do

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• David, 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
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David,
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).
Laurent DAMOIS

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.?

Regards ,
Edward. E

"Edward E" <edwardemsley@...> wrote:
>
>
>
>
> Thanks for the Wikipedia links.
> I shall go away a while and study these in more depth.
>
Laurent DAMOIS <laurent.damois@> wrote:
> >
> > 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 +
> > 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"
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
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"
> >
> > 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?

Re: [newelectrogravity] A-Vector Magic

For the uninitiated, could you expand a little ?

thanks

David

On Tue, May 11th, 2010 at 4:20 PM, Laurent DAMOIS <laurent.damois@...>
wrote:

> I agree with you
>
> When we have (B+) + (B-) = 0 (two B Field in opposition = The secret
> for
> 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
> in
> > momentum which is proven by the Aharanov-Bohm experiment. The
> units
> > are charge in coulombs times the A-vector in ((volts times seconds)
> divided
> > 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
> the
> > A-vector space, the A-Vector continues to exist and creates action
> on the
> > passing electron. Further, the A-vector cannot be shielded against
> which
> > 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
> creates
> > a force field apart from the B-field space. Therefore, force
> > by action at a distance in one spatial location is not transferred
> to
> > 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
> A-vector
> > 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
> craft
> > in the direction of desired motion and no counterpart reaction
> will
> > be generated.
> >
> > The action of the force-field via the A-vector is effectively
> > instantaneous. This suggests a method of superluminal
> communication.
> >
> > Finally, a force-impact weapon may also be created that cannot be
> shielded
> > against.
> >
> > Jerry E. Bayles
> > ElectrogravitationWorks
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