tenth dimension (ala string theory). Kaku is famous for his

books like "Hyperspace". He explains how Einstein's equations

indicate that gravity is curvature in a higher dimension and

the concept of gravitational force is fictional.

Kaku illustrates how a flatlander on a 2-D surface that is

crumpled in 3-D space would experience a force (pseudo-force)

as he changes direction. He then explains that Einstein's

equations use time as the 4th dimension and that one has

to look at the Kaluza-Klein equations for adding a 5th

dimension to obtain Maxwell's equations for EM.

Now something breaks down in all this convuluted logic

that Kaku uses.

The analogy of a crumpled sheet of paper should carry over

into space curvature/warps/crumples so that 3-D space is

seen to bend into 4-D space, but no 4-D extended space is

indicated in string theory or GR. So the analogy breaks down.

Now when the flatlander changes direction, technically he

accelerates, but his speed will not change because of

geometry. The centripetal force -(mv2/r)ru that acts on

the earth in its orbit changes the direction of the earth

and the earth only speeds up or slows down because the

geometry of its orbit is an ellipse, but something can

maintain a change of direction without changing speed.

However, objects in a gravitational field accelerate by

changing their rate of speed. No geometry in lower, middle,

or higher dimensions can explain this as Kaku claims.

The demonstration of this using embedding diagrams that

are translated into real world models such as a bowling

ball on a rubber sheet are already conducted in a gravity

field. Imagine demonstrating the same aboard the space

station where everything is in free fall. The bowling ball

will not dimple the rubber mat because the earth's gravity

has been offset.

There are three ways that scientists know things. One is my

experience as all people do, but extended by controlled

experiments. The other is by authority. They accept the

authority of other scientists. The third way is by taking

the (theory,data,hypothesis) presented and analyzing it to

see if it agrees with logic and experience.

Others have gone back to the idea of gravity as a force

(ZPE, aetheric) and not a pseudo force which means that there

is something lacking in the Einstein pseudo-force explanation

of gravity as geometry. Even graviton theory invokes real force.

It is said with Graviton Theory, physicists can detect and measure the

long-predicted gravitons-particle strings that 'carry' gravitational force.

Forces can be opposed by other forces and yield anti-gravity.

It is not even necessary to discover an antigravitational force

to achieve antigravity. It is only necessary to reduce or

nullify gravitational force or oppose it with a greater force.

The same for inertia. Thus by re-thinking the problem, a

space propulsion system becomes possible and can be reduced

to an engineering solution.

I beleive a sufficiently high potential charge can be used to

oppose gravity and inertia and produce thrust as beginning to

be evidenced by some experiments. However, IMHO, the experiments

do not go far enough. The high potential should be produced in

a dynamic mode (vortex), the potential should continue to rise

beyond dielectric breakdown, and the potential must be polarized

so as to bring control to vectoring flight.

I have worked on the above solution years ago, but without enough

resources to achieve success so I have backed others who are

paving the way. Hopefully, I may be able to again test this

idea on a workbench. If I do not, someone will eventually and

maybe duplicate the results that the controversial Searl claims

to have achieved.

-Bill Hamilton

Bill Hamilton

Executive Director

Skywatch International, Inc.

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