et al., European Patent
(10 pages). "Machine for Acceleration in a
Gravitational Field." Filed Nov. 11, 1991,
granted May 20, 1992.
concept of the invention consists of rotating
an indirectly charged cylinder inside a
charged stationary cylinder. The
inventors claims a weight reduction of approx.
1% in the vertical position, and a little less
when used in the 45% degree orientation.
interesting to note that the results reported
(from experiment 1) match exactly what is
expected by the application of the
electrogravity theory to a charged rotating
body. Here are some claims from the
patent. The full patent can be viewed here.
Horizontal rotation of a charged body
generates a vertical force. [yes, this makes
sense, see electrogravity
for more information.]
2. When the
polarity of the charges supplied to the
rotating body is reversed, the direction of
the generated vertical force is also
see reverse polarity
3. The faster
the body is rotated, the stronger is the
generated vertical force. [Also true - see “Free Fall...” paper, section 1.]