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  1. #1 A website's idea on manipulating gravity.... 
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    Check the link below, it has some interesting info on the possibility of manipulating space-time and how objects react to it.

    It's prolly a kook idea, but it seems to make sense. The only problem (if it works) is the need to have sheilding against the radiation this thing will produce.

    http://www.zamandayolculuk.com/cetin...Propulsion.htm

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    Btw, not my idea. I just found the link some years back-


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    hmm, no replies, I guess it's bunk then-


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe(Oh)
    hmm, no replies, I guess it's bunk then-
    Joe; Thats a very long article, with a good many different ideas. Personally, I have always felt, if artificial gravity is achieved it will be electrically induced. That gravity as understood is an incomplete theory or missing something. In my mind its in friction/velocity, which could include some electrical reaction...

    There are some on this forum, in physics, but are not around 24/7. Suggest you hold tight on assuming the article is 'bunk'. Do you have an opinion...
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    I know it's a long article, and I'm sorry for the impateince, but the good part is wayyyyyy at the bottom where the theoretical device is. I do believe that this device has promise. But then again, it takes real science and properly educated scientists to see if it has feasability.

    All the forces are connected in some way, so manipulating space-time through the use of EM fields and super-heavy particles may be the key.

    If this device does work, then we gotta figure out how much power it will take to neutralize one-pound of matter. Hopefully it's not a ridiculous figure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe(Oh)
    Check the link below, it has some interesting info on the possibility of manipulating space-time and how objects react to it.

    It's prolly a kook idea, but it seems to make sense. The only problem (if it works) is the need to have sheilding against the radiation this thing will produce.

    http://www.zamandayolculuk.com/cetin...Propulsion.htm

    Thoughts?

    Btw, not my idea. I just found the link some years back-
    When I hear space time, I kind of stop reading.

    If I hear the repulsive electrons are repulsing lovely, to any desired results we wish to obtain as mortals. Then I read on.

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    lol, I thought of his theory a year ago, except the way my theory goes about the process is a little different.

    It seems plausible to me, although of course the main issue is how to accumulate that much energy into such a small area practically.
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    The frame dragging effect is a very small effect; the earth's has not even been detected yet with any kind of accuracy. So I am not sure how even huge "Gravitic Engines" could produce any noticeable thrust at all. :|
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    Well, if this idea works then we can see how little we would need to neutralize our gravity. our gravity is weak compared to the larger planets and stars.

    We dont need the kind of power to bend light around corners (which would be awesome) but just enough for an object to weigh close to zero pounds so a mere push would move it up or around.

    The space program would prolly have to have a small fusion (whenever we get that viable) reactor to power that sucker.

    Small steps is all I can say....
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