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EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF HOOPER'S GRAVITY-ELECTROMAGNETIC COUPLING CONCEPT

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH.
MILLIS, MARC G. WILLIAMSON, GARY SCOTT
JUN. 1995 12 PAGES
Presented at the 31st Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, San Diego CA, 10-12 Jul. 1995;
sponsored by AIAA, ASME, SAE, and ASEE NASA-TM-106963 E-9719 NAS 1.15:106963 AIAA PAPER 95-2601
Avail: CASI HC A03/MF A01

Experiments were conducted to test assertions from Patent 3,610,971, by W.J.Hooper that self-canceling electromagnetic coils can reduce the weight of objects placed underneath. No weight changes were observed within the detectability of the instrumentation. More careful examination of the patent and other reports from Hooper led to the conclusion that Hooper may have misinterpreted thermal effects as his 'Motional Field' effects. There is a possibility that the claimed effects are below the detection thresholds of the instrumentation used for these tests.

CASI Accession Number: N95-28893


[The assumption that "moving electron carries a loop of magnetic field" has just denied I think. If you need to move B-field, there is a way of rotation of magnet. There is the experiment in Bruce DePalma's antigaravity page.]


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