Artificial Center of Gravity Shift

1.) In a ball-shaped mass with homogenous content, the center of gravity S is positioned in the mass’s geometrical center. The gravitational power spreads from this center radially with the velocity of light. à Fig. 1

2.) If this mass is driven to spin centrically, a deflection of the spreading field takes place. The deflection of the propagating gravitational field lines by the angle α occurs into the opposite direction of the mass’s surface movement, the mantle speed Ω. Thus the angle α is to measure by the quotient Ω / c. Deflections of gravitational effects by mass movement represented already “State of the Art of Knowledge” since the 18th century. à Fig. 2

3.) Two identical ball-shaped masses are located on the X-Axis horizontally close to each other. Both of them are mutually attracted by their gravity. The joint center of gravity S of both masses is located at the touching point of both masses. It simultaneously represents the crossing point by the X- and the Y-Axis within the coordinate system. If both masses are counter-spinning synchronously with the mantle speed Ω, the deflection angles α of the field-lines propagating from the surface are all equal. On both sides however, exclusively one field-line is existing, which continues orthogonally into the Y-Axis. This point of intersection with the Y-Axis represents the new center of gravity S`. The distance defines the extension of the center of gravity shift SV from S to S`. It is represented by the product of the two factors r and sin α. The deflection angle α = Ω / c is limited by a maximum of 45°. With c in the denominator, its turnout is restricted, but unequal Zero. By multi-dimensional counter-spinning of mass rotations however, matters are to improve. For fast function measurements are a polarity switch of the DC-supply results in a change of thrust direction for 180° to the opposite. à Fig. 3

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