Many thanks! Do you have data that can be translated into a change in g? We can then apply ECE2 theory (www.aias.us and www.upitec.org) which is a general relativity which includes torsion. The theory is based on Cartan geometry and refutes the Einsteinian general relativity in many ways, including Hawking’s Big Bang, and black hole theory. ECE and ECE2 have attracted twenty two million hits since 2003.

In a message dated 10/06/2017 23:30:35 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Mrs. Annabel Schwarz ( GÖDE-Stiftung ),


As you can see below, we are coming close
to actually starting experimental testing
on the FiRST anti-gravity EXPERiMENT,
described on this page:

Time measurements will be taken
using a fully automated computer system

with electronic sensors of one milli-second precision.

The SECOND, much simpler and easier type
of quantum anti-gravity experiment, which is
described at the bottom of this page :

we will perform only after producing

from the FiRST EXPERiMENT.

It is also worth noting that any successful hypothesis

should be able to explain important phenomena

and physical effects, and, as matter of fact,
ourQuantum Antigravity Hypothesis has been

very successful in shedding new light on, so far,
the following 5 “mysteries” :

  1. https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com/solar-system/
  2. https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com/bicycle-mystery/
  3. https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com/dark-mystery/
  4. https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com/propeller-mystery/
  5. https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com/mass-mystery/

from our Engineering Team :

” The gyroscope itself now bears a target for the tachometer to read. It’s half black photographic masking tape and half retro-reflective tape. With it I’ve been able to read a top speed of above 16,000 rpm. Also noticeable is an adhesive copper strip with a screw for better continuity. I will be able to electrically detect the gyro landing.

The apparatus itself is built on 6×6 inch polycarbonate slabs. A central spindle spans both slabs, riding on ball bearings. Atop the spindle is a pivot, also bearing-mounted, to allow free movement of the gyro which will be attached to it.

In the photo above the pivot is propped up by a support pin and the spindle is immobilized by a pawl. This effectively freezes the gyro movement so a tachometer can be used for automatic test starts. At 10,000 rpm, or any speed of our choosing, the solenoid (black cylinder) is activated, releasing the pivot support pin and retracting the pawl. The pin falls about an inch, locking the mechanism into the free-running position. A normally-closed electrical switch opens when the mechanism latches, which starts the timing. When the gyro falls far enough to touch the copper landing-ring the timing stops.

We will be able to run a few tests with the apparatus in this early stage. But for long enough series of tests, where we need reliable statistics, we’ll be glad it’s push-button easy.”


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