Floyd Sweets Vacuum Triode Amplifier VTA

See again Chapter 6 and Figures 6-5 through 6-14 on the work of Floyd Sweet, previously discussed in paragraph 6.3.2. My concept of antigravitation used in the experiment is shown in Figure 6-15. By now, the sharp-eyed reader will recognize that my method actually constitutes a conceptual extension and definitization of the Dirac electron theory, reinterpreted to recover negative mass, negative energy, negative energy fields, and negative energy potentials. The defining feature is the deliberate use of a COP»1.0 main power system (perhaps constituting the power system of a flight vehicle) as a source of locally strong negative energy EM fields generated by the concentrated Dirac sea holes (causal 4-positrons being negative energy 4-electrons prior to observation) locally produced in the power system. We collaborated with Sweet on the vacuum triode amplifier for more than a decade, and in fact suggested the name of the device.

The antigravity approach designed by the present author was based on realizing that negative energy sources (e.g., 4-positrons as negative mass 4-electrons prior to their reaction and observation) produce negative

222 We have had the distinct notion that the fundamental contrarotating mechanism found by Laithwaite is probably an analogous mechanism — or very similar — to the mechanism utilized by Bauman in his Swiss converter (Methernitha device). As pointed out, it also has remarkable similarities to the magnetic Wankel engine, except that the magnetic Wankel does not utilize two contrarotations.

energy EM fields. The field can reach out over all space, so a negative EM energy field represents a reversed curvature of a large volume of spacetime. Hence it represents a considerable antigravity field — particularly when one considers the unaccounted huge Heaviside component of the negative energy field and charge interaction. Since the field strength falls off as the inverse square of the distance from its source, the strong antigravity effects of negative energy EM fields are much stronger locally than at a distance. This is particularly true when the conventionally ignored Heaviside nondiverged EM energy flow accompanying the accounted diverged Poynting energy flow of every field-charge reaction is accounted. This usually ignored factor dramatically increases the antigravity intensity produced by the local negative EM energy field by many orders of magnitude, often by nearly 1013.

My antigravity concept (then and now) is shown in Figure 6-15 of Chapter 6. At the time, the only available device I knew of that produced a substantial percentage of output negative EM energy was Sweet's vacuum triode amplifier. So I persuaded Sweet to fabricate a new output section (an output load similar to Figure 6.8 but containing ten sockets for ten 100 watt lamps). Thus the output of the unit — which adjusted automatically to the available load — could be increased in 100-watt increments by merely screwing in the lamps one at a time and making laboratory readings after each new 100-watt load increase was added. This was done and the concept was successfully tested by Sweet {531}, who was making the measurements in California and reading them off over the phone to me (I was in Huntsville, Alabama). The experiment worked beautifully.

The setup and progress of the experiment were intended to materially increase the strength of the negative energy EM field and Dirac sea hole flux already produced to a lesser extent by the Sweet vacuum triode amplifier (VTA) in its normal operation. Thus the hypothesized negative energy antigravity field, produced weakly by the negative energy from the device in its ordinary power output range of 500 watts, was to be substantially increased at 1,000 watts. The response to the net gravitational field surrounding the object would thus be the resultant of two factors: (i) the normal response of the device's positive mass to the positive gravitational field of the Earth etc., and (ii) the additional response of the device's positive mass to the local antigravitational field produced around it. The measurable result was expected to be a decrease in the measured weight of the object on the laboratory bench.

As discussed, this stratagem succeeded dramatically. The weight of the vacuum triode amplifier was decreased, smoothly and controllably, by

90% on the laboratory bench (see again Figure 6-9).223 The results were later published in ajoint paper {531} prepared by the present author. I placed Sweet's name first on the paper because he was the inventor of the VTA, which demonstrated the effect once properly modified as I requested. Note that the extra antigravitational field effect on an object is indeed a local effect, which the experiment also showed. This effect was obtained at a COP>1,500,000 (actually, at nearly a COP = 3,000,000) and at ELF frequency.

The ELF frequency is important. As we explained previously, the highest energy photons of all are the lowest frequency photons, when the highly compressed time-energy component of the photon is accounted as well as the decompressed spatial energy component. Hence, for very appreciable local curvature of spacetime to produce considerable antigravity, the antigravity source must produce negative energy fields consisting of negative energy photons at low frequencies (such as 60 Hz). Else, the curvature of spacetime is so small that little effect will evidence. My best "back of the envelope" estimate of the efficiency of the antigravity process in the VTA was 10%.

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