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Have you read this one?http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-gravitomagnetism.htm"Although just 100 millionths of the acceleration due to the Earth's gravitational field, the measured field is a surprising one hundred million trillion times larger than Einstein's General Relativity predicts."It's very weak in other words, and a result of frame dragging, as I see it.
What? you give math but no conclusion. state what you mean by your math, do you think its possible or not?
I did an experiment with my old rig, it uses a magnetic wire that I invented, it has a soft Iron core wrapped in copper coil wire and a flexible soft Iron pipe sheath. I electrified the whole thing to make magnets and took out the magnetized core and put it back in the coil in reverse direction to make a ferromagnetic cord. then I bent the whole thing into a pancake coil then sandwiched it between big quarts rock on top and a scale on bottom, then when I tapped the coil to a high amp power supply. The scale bounced a lot around 3 pounds weight loss out of 16 was registered. I don't know how but my magnet made that rock weigh less I could feel it in my hand when i put my hand in between. the effect only lasts for a split second when you tap the power, if you hold the power it wont work.How do you explain the weight loss from that magnet?