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Quote from: mad aetherist on 20/10/2018 12:48:49But this project needs lots of effort, even tho easy. Apparently not. All you need is a wristwatch and a spinning disc. You have the numbers.
But this project needs lots of effort, even tho easy.
Try an exercise bicycle. Or a gramophone turntable with a weightlifter's 20 kg disc. Or just quote Podkletnov's numbers and I'll find or design something to replicate them. The orientation shouldn't matter. Either spinning your disc alters the gravitational vector or time, or it doesn't.
Tell me about the laser problem. Mine work pretty well in all directions,to the extent that I can use them to navigate around the world in all directions. But more importantly, let's have some numbers for your critical experiment. Dimensions and speed of the rotating mass, please, and the expected discrepancy in timing.
Just quote the numbers from Podkletnov's experiments, please.
It's your job to provide the numbers, not our so watch YT.
It's your job to provide the numbers, not our so watch YT.OK, that's two of us asking, repeatedly, for the numbers. Please provide them.
OK, looking at the first one, they talk about a 2% change in mass. I could measure that with my kitchen scales.It would be a fairly easy experiment to set up for any university lab. o why hasn't it been repeated?