d'Aquino antigravity - standing wave
- I was just reading Jerry Bayles paper on frequency (in)dependence of
the d'Aquino apparatus, where Jerry suggests the apparatus invokes a
standing wave in the Torus.
I was reminded of something i read on Harold Aspdens site regarding
the electron's reluctance to radiate whilst "orbiting" a nucleus
Aspden suggests that the electron is a standing wave (Bohr model),
and the the mass of an electron is an inertial response to
acceleration developed in order to ensure that the electron will not
radiate its "rest mass energy"
I wondered if perhaps the electron therefore has no mass when in its
standing wave configuration, and perhaps that the mass reduction in
the d'Aquino apparatus is also connected to the standing wave
generated in the torus, in some similar fashion
food for thought...?