Laithwaite Replication Video

That should have been: the replicator video did NOT say whether there was a weight loss. So why mention the experiment without giving the all important result? It should be easy to repeat the Laithwaite experiment standing on a scale. Initially, the scale is used to weigh the experimenter plus an unspun gyro, then the gyro is spun and swung around to arm’s length, then the scale used to record the weight of the replicator holding a spinning gyro at arm’s length. So if a gyro is fixed horizontally to a retort stand and placed on a large scale, then spun, will the scale record a weight loss? In classical dynamics it will not, because the weight of the gyro is not changed by its own spinning motion. Obviously, a spinning top does not lift itself off the ground. Its point remains on the ground. There must be a positive g introduced by ECE2 theory:

g = – del phi – partial Q / partial t

to explain any claim of countr gravitation in any gyroscope experiment. This equation parallels

E = – del phi – partial A / partial t

in electrodynamics. Note that a non zero Q indicates the presence of a gravitomagnetic field. This does not occur in classical gravitational theory, but has been used in the UFT papers to explain many phenomena.

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