Tests Reinforcing the Antigravity Mechanism

9.11.1 Dirac Sea Hole Current Effects in a COP»1.0 EM System.

For COP»1.0 electromagnetic systems, we recall that the temporal energy will flow negatively across the system from output section to input section. Hence the Dirac sea hole current in the local vacuum flows back across the system, from its output to its input section. Regarding the output section: Specifically, all COP> 1.0 systems produce both positive and negative energy outputs. The greater the COP of the system, the greater the fraction of negative energy produced with respect to the fraction ofpositive energy produced.

The positive energy will flow on out of the system output section (as into the external load) as in a normal circuit, but the negative energy output will flow from the output section through the local vacuum back across the system to its input section.

At the input section, the arriving Dirac holes appear to the input electrical current as a special kind of "load" added to the system input section. Hence, as previously stated, the external source must input electrons (as electron current) to "fill the holes" prior to having any input electrons available to power the circuit in normal fashion.

That is nature's unexpected overunity decay mechanism for COP>1.0 EM systems. The COP>1.0 system is in a condition of disequilibrium a priori, since the system exhibits negentropy and only systems in energy flow disequilibrium with their active environment can do that. Any COP»1.0 EM system is therefore in a highly excited state, and all excited states in nature have decay mechanisms. A highly excited state usually has a prompt decay mechanism, and the COP » 1.0 system is no exception.

This emergence of the Dirac hole current from the system output section back to the system input section, is nature's decay mechanism to trigger COP»1.0 EM systems back into COP <= 1.0. With this current, a "negative energy load" is added to the input section, causing the system to draw additional electrical power from the external power supply to

"power" the killing of the Dirac holes274 as well as to "power" the normal circuit (the system itself).

If the external power source connected to the C0P»1.0 system is not furnishing sufficient electron current to kill the hole current in the input and power the system as well, the excess hole current will pass back through the conductors and on into the external power source, "eating current" and power as it goes. The product of the hole current and the voltage gives a negative power imposition, wherever the hole current interacts with the power system and its external power supply, even back into the distant huge power generator in the distant power plant. For a battery-powered circuit, e.g., excess hole current will pass into the battery and discharge it (change its chemistry in discharge mode) more quickly.

Indeed, a lead-acid battery (and some other kinds as well) can be supercharged with Dirac holes. What this actually means is that the local vacuum — in which the battery and its components and chemistry are embedded and in a continual exchange with — is altered to increase the number of empty Dirac sea holes devoid of electrons. At the same time, the local spacetime is also negatively curved. The end effect is that the battery is charged with negative energy, rather than positive energy. We propose that a battery or capacitor possessing an extreme negative energy charge should be lighter in weight than the same capacitor when uncharged.

As previously stated, some years ago, Jim Watson developed a very large multi-kilowatt C0P>1.0 battery-powered generator, publicly demonstrating it at a technical conference (see again Figure 5-12). Engineering measurements at the conference verified that the batteries were constantly charging while the load was constantly powered at 8 kilowatts.

The longer Watson's system would run, the more charged his batteries became with negative energy. After one of his batteries had been used for a couple of weeks in extensive experiments, one could obtain a most novel effect when it was placed on a normal "positive energy" battery charger. The battery's excess "Dirac hole charge" or "negative energy charge" accumulated in its local vacuum would "eat positive power and electrons" from the battery charger for an extended period, sometimes as long as a week, with no symptoms of "charging" the battery at all (no increase in

274 By converting separated incoming electrons and incoming holes to resulting filled

Dirac sea electron holes, in the input section itself.

battery voltage at all). During this period, the battery charger was indeed recharging the battery supersystem. It was filling the excess Dirac sea hole charge in the vacuum with the steadily supplied electrons. In the process, it was gradually relaxing the previously formed negative spacetime curvature.275 When all the Dirac holes were filled, the relaxed spacetime then was relatively flat (normal) as was the local vacuum, and suddenly the battery would charge-up normally again with positive energy, with its voltage increasing in quite normal fashion.276

With tongue in cheek, we point out to the COP>1.0 researcher that these effects are not described in the available storage battery manuals, no matter how technically they are written. To the electrical engineer, we point out that they are not in his textbook.

Whenever Dirac sea holes have accumulated in the input area of the COP>1.0 system and are being filled by the external power supply, normal ammeters and voltmeters will only "see" that the external power system is furnishing more current. That is true, because the holes are an additional load being powered. The holes "eat incoming electron current and power", and require the external power supply to "power the killing of the holes" as well as "power the system".

The unwary overunity experimenter can successfully have the first phase of an overunity system working and not realize it, because his initial COP is too high and he does not know about the associated hole current decay

275 This proves that a system's supersystem can indeed be negative-energy-charged, so that the local spacetime around that system is negatively curved, even though the system itself seems normal and functions normally. If the negative energy charge is . sufficient, conceivably the antigravity produced will be sufficiently great that the system itself "floats" or even levitates. We hypothesize that an intense negative energy beam can indeed be technically created which will accomplish this "negative-energy-charging of the supersystem" effect when continuously absorbed by a targeted system's local spacetime supersystem component, as the system is continuously irradiated by the beam. In that manner, levitation beams, tractor beams (both attracting and repelling) are at least hypothetically possible. If this proves to be a valid hypothesis, we foresee the day when such beams will revolutionize transportation and handling of otherwise heavy loads and very heavy systems. Even the heaviest vehicle could then negatively charge its own supersystem's local curved spacetime, thereby floating in the earth's gravity, in the atmosphere, in space, and under the ocean.

276 We deliberately omit discussion of the extraordinary all-purpose weapons implications of negative energy electromagnetic pulse (EMP) directed energy weapons, already developed and deployed by several major nations.

of overunity systems back to underunity systems. His system may actually be at COP>1.0, but the negative energy component being produced in his output section is back-flowing and continuously degrading his input section by adding a "new load" right in the input section.

So his overall power draw from the external power source can be such that his positive power output in the load is less than his total power draw at the input of his system. Unless he is aware of the process and how to handle it, he may never realize that his system is actually at COP>1.0 condition, when the negative energy component is credited as an output "plus".277 COP>1.0 research starts by evaluating the absolute value ofthe output energy, then working from there! The experimenter must be ever aware that he can and will have Dirac sea 4-holes and currents in any unitary COP>1.0 electrical power system, and particularly in those with very high COP. He must understand what the 4-hole currents and the negative energy actually do and how they function in the overunity system unless corrected.

Any COP»1.0 EM system demonstrates the Dirac sea 4-hole current phenomenon as nature's special decay mechanism to reduce overall performance of the COP»1.0 power system and its external power supply to COP < 1.0 — unless one corrects the problem and prevents the decay process (developed later in this chapter).

One symptom of the negative 4-hole currents is their cooling capability rather than heating. Another is that the excess current (and power) drawn from the external power supply also does not heat the input section of the system. Another is that semiconductors operating within the Dirac 4-hole current flow are likely to fail immediately and permanently.

We strongly suggest that, for high COP systems experimentation, the experimenter use a system of synchronized clocks where the lab clock is synchronized with a remote clock prior to the experiments, then the two clock times are examined after significant experimentation at COP»1.0. If deviation beyond normal error in synchronizing occurs, then the involvement of spacetime curvature effects is indicated. Two decades ago, anomalous experiments by Golden — with whom I was working at the time — charged the area with negative energy, producing a significantly

277 In other words, in the presence of both positive and negative energy output, true COP is not "positive energy out" divided by "positive energy input by the operator", but is more appropriately "total absolute value of the energy output" divided by the "positive energy input by the operator".

curved local spacetime which disrupted local clocks and watches for four days as the charge gradually decayed away. Another indicator is that Geiger counters and other nuclear radiation detectors often "read" when bathed in vacuum 4-hole current, because of the ionization changes induced in them and also because of their individual previous "timecharge" histories. After all, ionization instruments "read" anything which causes ionization of their internal gases. Dirac sea hole current, if interacting with the gas, is in fact a very special new form of "ionizing" radiation.

9.11.2 Antigravity Hole Current Effects in a COP»1.0 EM System. Any C0P>1.0 EM system can exhibit minor, usually barely detectable antigravity effects due to the presence of the negative local energy 4-holes in the hole current if the hole current is not transduced or corrected. It can also produce minor antigravity "thrust" due to the flow of the local energy holes. Usually these effects are not even noticeable in an overunity system unless it has very high gain (very high COP, say in the range of 105 to 106 or more.).

However, if the EM system's COP » 1.0, and reaches 105 to 106 or more, the antigravity and thrust effects may become significant and easily detectable. At 109 they become highly significant and are very detectable: The unit will lose appreciable weight on the laboratory bench, and may even levitate easily.

An example is provided by the Sweet vacuum triode amplifier discussed above, with the results that were given in Figure 6-9. Such effects are also what generate the anomalous levitation phenomena of free-spirited John Hutchison.278

9.11.3 Negative Energy Effect When Leads Shorted

When the leads of a COP>1.0 EM system are shorted, a noticeable cooling effect can sometimes be detected. If COP»1.0, shorting the leads will result in instant icing from the water vapor in the surrounding air.

If one accidentally shorts oneself across the leads of a COP»1.0 system, the effect is to freeze the nerves along the pathway of conduction. Experimenters are cautioned to use every safety precaution. Their experimentation is at their own assumed risk.

278 John Hutchison, "The Hutchison Effect apparatus." Proc. Intl. Symp. New Energy, Denver, Colorado, May 12-15, 1994, p. 191-198.

Anecdotally, some older researchers reported that their constant handling of overunity circuits resulting in charging their bodies, apparently with negative energy. The body after all may be considered as a special kind of complicated capacitor or set of capacitors, so this is reasonable, based on Bedini's and Watson's demonstrated negative energy charging of a battery. Some of the older overunity researchers reported that, after charged in that manner, they could produce a 3-inch spark from their fingers, or a "slight shock" into the body of a person they touched.

There is even a special form of acupuncture in the East in which the practitioner uses special exercises to charge the body with negative energy in this fashion. The "electro acupuncture" is then administered by the operator twirling the inserted acupuncture needles between his fingers, and deliberately administering a jolt of negative energy from his body into selected points in the body. I have personally tested a person who could deliver strong "electric shocks" into one's hand or body, and who could consistently produce a 1-inch spark discharge between the hands at will. That person could also deliver a very astonishing "jolt" to one's body, particularly in the vicinity of the liver.

There appear to be similar rare negative energy phenomena in semiconductors {585a-585c}. Anecdotally, it appears that the body does have structures or methods of storing and using Dirac sea holes (negative energy) and mechanisms for accessing the negative energy charged in its supersystem. This is suggested as a fruitful line of future research for interested biophysicists. Again, we call attention to the fact that, whenever EM fields, potentials, and waves are present, Dirac sea effects are also present and involved. Little or no biophysical experimentation has been done utilizing higher symmetry electrodynamics and analysis of the supersystem effects. Contrary to the received view, the understanding of EM effects on biological systems is not mature at all, but is still in its infancy.

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