Donovan's D-Zero Experiment
This experiment, D0, was never carried out because it was superseded by E0, the reproduction of the Stavros experiment. However, it was useful because it provided a framework for all future experiments.
This experiment will test the primary postulate of Curved Natural Law which is that particles within a field of high amplitude, high frequency electromagnetic waves change their weight because gravity can be curved. In order to create a situation where high energy waves are not radiated but contained, the waves will be produced in a resonating cavity, a waveguide.
There are two parts to this experiment, the creation of a waveguide and an apparatus to observe any gravitational changes. This experiment is not accurate enough to measure gravitation changes, although ball park estimates will be attempted if there are positive results. This experiment will try to observe any differences between a control and a variable.
An electromagnetic resonant cavity is a cavity that is able to resonate with an electromagnetic wave being propagated at a certain frequency. The boundary conditions created by the conductors used on the inside surface of cavities when applied to Maxwell's Equations lead to a standing wave pattern solution inside the cavity. The cavity dimensions lead to the existence of a cut-off frequency, below which no cavity resonances can exist. However, above the cut-off frequency, a theoretically infinite number of cavity-resonant modes may exist. Two types of modes can exist in a waveguide or resonant cavity including the transverse magnetic and transverse electric or the TM and TE modes.TM modes are modes that have no magnetic field component along the longitudinal direction of the guide or cavity, meaning the magnetic field is confined to the transverse plane. TE modes restrict the electric field to the transverse plane.
The most common and simple resonant cavity is what is known as a pillbox, or a cylindrical cavity.
To observe small changes in gravity, one of the easiest and best methods is to use what is called a Torsion balance. For this first experiment, I will be following the example documented [fourmilab.ch] by John Walker of the Fourmilab. I suggest you visit his site before reading any farther, or none of the description below will make much sense.
The experimental setup will be as follows:
There are a considerable number of unknowns, and they are:
- How concentrated does the field have to be?
- How does the shape of the electromagnetic field affect gravity?
If there are no positive results, a higher power and better designed experiment will be attempted.
If there are positive results, measurements will be attempted to see how much gravity is curved given a certain energy level in a given volume created by resonating electromagnetic waves.
There are also a number of possible models that the energy density versus gravity could follow:
1. Linear - in other words, for every "x" increase in energy density for a given volume, there will be a "x" change in how gravity affects the mass in that volume. However, there is little chance of the relationship between gravity and energy density being linear for two reasons, first, it would have been discovered already and secondly, we are told by Alan (A-lawn) that "If the two fields become mutually resonant, a vector force will be generated. Unless the amplitude and the frequency of the resonance is quite high, the vector field will be very small and may pass unnoticed. However, the amplitude of the vector field increases at a greater rate than the two fields which generate it and, at high resonance levels, becomes very strong. The vector field, whose direction is perpendicular to each of the other two, creates an effect similar to and in fact identical with a gravitational field."
1. Exponential curve that crosses the "zero" point as shown:
This may be the closest model because it take a large amount of energy before any change in gravity is detected but at high energy densities, the change in gravity is strong. This model also makes sense in light of analysis done by Paul Hill who noted that altitudinal control of UFOs was done by rotating the craft off center. In that manner, instead of slowing down the "electromagnetic flywheel" which would be a rather slow control mechanism, the upward force vector is decreased by tilting it in such a way that no horizontal movement is created but the upward vector is now split into a horizontal and vertical component.
2. Exponential S curve:
This is another plausible model, although it will be assume that the previous one is more correct.