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# An acceleration field was found to be induced by applying angular accelerations to a superconductor. The field produced is directly proportional to the applied acceleration with a correlation factor higher than 0.96. All mean values are 3.3 times above the facility noise level.# The gravitational field is emitted from the superconductor and follows the laws of field propagation and induction similar to those of electromagnetism as formulated in linearized general relativity.# Gravitational peaks were observed when the superconductor passed its critical temperature while it was rotating. Their sign changed with the orientation of the angular velocity.# For the first time, non-Newtonian gravitational and gravitomagnetic fields of measurable magnitude were observed in a laboratory environment.# The existence of the gravitational Faraday law was shown.
Could it be 'frame dragging'?
Quote from: yor_on on 10/02/2009 15:24:49Could it be 'frame dragging'?could it be nonsense?
I guess it could be frame dragging; but they didn't call it that. Google gets a few other hits; some mention frame dragging.