As of writing this we see many many scientists and so called brilliant people plagiarizing Stan Meyers Works.
Often they go to great lengthen to over complicate his work and the simplicity of it.
Some time they Turn 5 page in 500 pages trying to explain it.
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Richard Feynman once said "It doesn't matter how smart you are, or how brilliant your theory is.
If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's WRONG!" I'd really like to see if this theory is wrong, but I don't think it is. At least until someone can show me how and why it fails. So far it's only given right answers.
You get the Compton wave of the electron, the radii and intensities of spectral emissions, and it explains why everything looked so confusing through the only lenses which 1930s science permitted.
The mathematical achievements of the past century are astounding in retrospect to such a simplified theory of quantum mechanics. Yet the math gives us real answers, and tells us these abstract hyperdimensional modelings was just the speed of light refracting into the electron shell which behaves like a Bose Condensate.
The first Bose Condensate wasn't created until 2003, the great scientists never performed experiments with large diameter rotating superconductors, so how could they possibly have known or seen this???
The Original Paper:
Frank Znidarsic "The Duality of Matter and Waves":
Background and additional info:
Schrodinger and Dirac Equations:
Harvard Bose Condensates stop and restart light:
"I was part of the NASA team and am in your pictures to prove it.
We attempted the experiment twice. In both attempts, we made several large SC disks, but never developed the rotation apparatus to test them."
There are only two NASA published reports from this work:
Static test for a gravitational force coupled to type II YBCO superconductors, LI N.
(1) ; NOEVER D. (2) ; ROBERTSON T. (2) ; KOCZOR R.
(2) ; BRANTLEY W. (2), Physica. C. Superconductivity, 1997, vol. 281, no2-3, pp. 260-267.
This work was using an industrial gravity measuring device on non-rotating, non-two layer small SC samples. Generally this report was wrong as this device was designed to measure long term
(10 of minutes to hrs) gravitational effects.
Therefore, any conclusion about the SC gravity effects should not have been published at all using the technique reported. Also, as non-rotating, non-two layer SC samples were used, this report has no bearing on the Podkletnov experiments.
Fabrication of large bulk ceramic superconductor disks for gravity modification experiments and performance of YBCO disks under EM field excitation, Ronald J. Koczor and David A. Noever (NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL), AIAA-1999-2147, AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, 35th, Los Angeles, CA, June 20-24, 1999.
This was only about fabrication.
Plus two in house reports:
Granular Superconductors and Gravity, Noever, David and Koczor, Ron, NASA no. 19990023209. NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop Proceedings; UNITED STATES; 1999.
This is the same as the first one above.
Superconductor-Mediated Modification of Gravity? AC Motor Experiments with Bulk YBCO Disks in Rotating Magnetic Fields, Noever, David A, Koczor, Ronald J and Roberson, Rick, NASA no. 19990019627.
A non-two layer SC sample was used. Therefore, this report has no bearing on the Podkletnov experiments.
Exploration of anomalous gravity effects by magnetized high-Tc superconducting oxides, Glen A. Robertson, Ron Litchford, Bryan Thompson and Randall Peters, AIAA 2001-3364.
ed these effects:
As far as Tajmar and the ESA replications:
Their first report denied the effect:
However they later came out and confirmed the tests:
I just uploaded the Excel Spreadsheet with the radii,
I am going to go through and do the intensities of spectral emissions next but check these out for now if you're interested:
Here is an interesting .PDF by Boeing on their research into Gravity:
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