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by Dr. Ines Espinoza.  [August 20, 2003]



[]  George J. Bugh, senior staff aerospace defense engineer, says economically free energy -- and even antigravity! -- are possible.

That's his astounding discovery, which research is published in Spin Wave Technology Initial Release.

Bugh conducted a seven-year study of "free energy" devices (aka "overunity" devices), to see if any of these devices generated power by transferring energy from unknown sources, and if so, to determine where the energy originated from. His study also attempted to verify the claims of "antigravity devices" and to see if they shared any commonalities.

Bugh concluded that some devices can generate economically free energy! -- and that there is a possible link between electromagnetism and gravity that can be exploited to generate electrogravity or antigravity effects!

In seeking a theory to explain how these devices could work, Bugh used mostly classical electrodynamics rather than quantum electrodynamics.

In quantum theory, the wave-like characteristics of matter are described by using abstract probability waves. However, Bugh proposes that the wave characteristics of matter may also be described as coming from a sea of unseen electromagnetic standing waves among all matter.

A slide show presentation at the VasantCorporation website explains the differences between the Quantum and Classical way of explaining particle interactions.

According to classical electrodynamics, all electrically charged particles, like quarks of protons and neutrons as well as orbital electrons, should radiate away energy from precessional and precessional plus orbital motion. If this happens, then all electrically charged particles can be radiating away energy all the time.

However, all particles can also absorb just as much energy from all other radiating particles. The absorbed energy applies electromagnetic forces that naturally move all similar type particles into harmonious precessional motions with all other particles.

This results in a vast sea of electromagnetic standing waves among all matter. Even free particles would move into precessional motions that are in sync with the established sea of standing waves.

There can be a hidden yet strong tendency towards harmony among all matter in the universe due to these unseen standing waves and spin interactions among all matter. This tendency can overcome to a great extent the tendency towards chaos and heat death of the universe. This tendency can also be exploited to perform work.

This is an interaction among all matter that Ernst Mach alluded to as necessary to cause matter's characteristic of inertia. Einstein later called this Mach's Principle. Einstein studied Mach's ideas while developing his theory of General Relativity.

Bugh describes inertial resistance to acceleration as caused by electromagnetic forces. Changes in position of a mass will cause phase differences to develop between the precessional motions of the particles of that mass relative to the sea of standing waves. This creates an electromagnetic force that resists a mass from changing its position.

Bugh's research is published in Spin Wave Technology Initial Release. A book and CD, it suggests that it should be possible to create computer simulations of particle interactions using classical electrodynamics to demonstrate both inertial resistance and gravitational attraction and it should be possible to simulate devices that manipulate these particle interactions to demonstrate antigravity effects.

Copyright 2003 by Dr. Ines Espinoza.


Dr. Ines Espinoza can be reached at dr dot ines at vasantcorporation dot com.



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