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  1. #1 ANTIGRAVITY DOES NOT EXIST 
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    ANTIGRAVITY DOES NOT EXIST
    Bert Schreiber

    Abstract: Several experiments in the field of antigravity research by different individuals and or groups
    showed that rotating masses (gyroscopes) apparently showed antigravity effects. The two results were:
    Weight loss. Gyroscope(s) falling slower or measured gn changed. These results and conclusions were
    false due to poor methodology and failure to understand exactly what the parameters of a gyroscope are.
    Furthermore, antigravity (as a force/field) cannot exist, as there is no morphological (table) position for
    them to exist at. Simply, an antigravity (Riemann Mirror Image of the gravity force/field) force/field
    would self-destruct.

    1. INTRODUCTION:
    Over the past years various experiments by H. Hayasaka [1], V. G. Labeysh [2] and many other
    of a similar nature, apparently showed the existence of an antigravity effect.
    The work by Hayasaka only will be considered, as the end result is likewise applicable to all of
    the other experiments. Within reason, Hayasaka eliminated, to the best of his ability, all of the
    other possible causation’s such as the Coriolis’ force, change of gn with Earth’s surface tides,
    temperature, etc.
    However, to the best of the author’s knowledge, none of the experimenters considered the
    absolute speed and direction of the Earth through space that changes (vectors) constantly.
    However, it has no measurable effect and so is eliminated. Likewise, all of the experiments were
    done in the Northern Hemisphere between restricted latitudes.

    2. THE GYROSCOPE:
    Unfortunately, the author must digress at this point. The majority of the readers of this paper will
    probably not be familiar with the simple experiment shown in the old physics textbooks as such
    have been removed from almost, if not all, current textbooks. A person holds a gyroscope (a
    spinning bicycle wheel with the axle extended a few inches, in ones hands, arms extended at
    right angles to their body while standing on a “lazy Susan”. When the person attempts to tilt the
    wheel, their body rotates. In addition the wheel exerts a strong force against the tilt apparently
    becoming “heavier”. Moving the axis laterally has no effect. Likewise, moving the whole axis up
    or down vertically or even in a “horizontal” arc has no effect

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    The author is not aware of such experiments being done in the Southern Hemisphere as all of the
    current experiments were done in the Northern Hemisphere and at latitudes above roughly 40
    degrees.
    Obviously, if ever done on the Moon, no effect as the rotational rate of the Moon is below
    measurable effect.

    4. NO ANTIGRAVITY FORCE EXISTS:
    The author has offered a $2000.00 reward [3] starting over two years ago (EASY MONEY,
    1998) to anyone who can show that there are more than three forces: Gravity, electric, and
    magnetic. The morphological process did this. To date, not one single person has responded.
    In addition, the author has a new a theory [4] that totally destroys all current physics theories. It
    has been (was even in the past) that the Gravitational Constant is only a constant of
    proportionality, consisting of two parts, and therefore just a number. The author has also shown
    that any constant of proportionality can be eliminated in any equation it so appears in. The
    Gravitational Constant is not required (and never should have been) in the first place to calculate
    the force of gravity between masses. This is also in the reward along with the true equation for
    gravitational attraction and the effect that requires only one mass to calculate it, i.e., a/the
    singular gravitational force exists.

    5. CONCLUSION:
    A spinning mass does not create antigravity. The wrong conclusions were applied to poorly
    performed experiments as all of the experimenters forgot the three primary simple facts on
    gyroscopes to start with.
    There is no place in the Laws of the Universe for antigravity, as it cannot exist.


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    Im no expert but what about the cause of the apparent acceleration of the expansion of the universe?

    It doesnt appear to be gravity, and other forces are not know to have an effect spanning distances in light years.

    BTW, which of the 3 forces (Gravity, electric, and magnetic) was responsible for the big bang?


    On a purely philosophical basis, its hard to imagine a universe that looks like ours that; does not have forces that alternate between repulsion and attraction forces start in the smallest scale with repultion (and ending on the largest scale with repultion).


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    Quote Originally Posted by icewendigo
    BTW, which of the 3 forces (Gravity, electric, and magnetic) was responsible for the big bang?
    I think it was a combination of all four forces. Gravity, electromagnetism, strong nuclear force and weak nuclear force, all rolled into one super-force.
    Eat Dolphin, save the Tuna!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat1981(England)
    Quote Originally Posted by icewendigo
    BTW, which of the 3 forces (Gravity, electric, and magnetic) was responsible for the big bang?
    I think it was a combination of all four forces. Gravity, electromagnetism, strong nuclear force and weak nuclear force, all rolled into one super-force.
    Super force? Sounds like some 80's rock band .
    "If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe". - Carl Sagan
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    I thought it sounded like a 1950's comic book hero.
    Eat Dolphin, save the Tuna!!!!
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