Gravity transformed into light

Gravity transformed into light

 

The experimental results on the effect of light beam on  gravity suggest strongly that light and gravity can interact together. That also suggest that what makes light and what makes gravity both travel at the same speed. It is even possible that the entities making light and entities making gravity are the same but are travelling in two different manner through space.

Gravity would be emitted by every nuclei in all directions without any frequency but in a continuous manner.

Visible light is emitted by electrons and these emission have a frequency because there is a variation in intensity when electrons emit light.

A simple experiment could verify if that is correct. If gravity and light are made of entities exactly the same but traveling in different manner and since light seems to be able to block some of that gravity, an apparatus can be build to transform gravity having no frequency to a flow having frequency, the same as light.

Some powerful laser can be activated in a pulse form instead of a continuous emission. If such a beam is transformed into a line beam it could be use like this.

Send a laminar light beam horizontally in the same plane as the floor of the lab. ( a laminar beam produces a strait line when hitting the wall; that line has to be horizontal)

  1. Use a high frequency for that laser light, for example at a frequency of 1014 c/s. which would be in visible spectrum.
  2. Place a metallic barrier over and above the apparatus.
  3. Place a sensitive detector above and on below the apparatus and connect them to a double beam oscilloscope.

N.B. If gravity vectors in the vertical direction are changed from continuous flow to a pulsating flow, the sensors will show that result on the oscilloscope.

  1. Compare the intensity of both signals received from the sensors.

N.B. Since the upward gravity is less than the downward gravity, the sensor over the apparatus would have a smaller intensity than the sensor under the apparatus.

  1. Rotate the whole system by 90 degrees in order to have measures coming from the horizontal vectors of gravity.

N.B. In that position, since the gravity coming from one side is almost exactly equal to the gravity coming from the  other side, the two sensors should indicate the same intensity.

Conclusion: If there is a change of intensity in the first part of experiment ( 1 to 5) that is a clear indication that gravity flow was changed from continuous to pulsating flow. Gravity was changed into light. It is also a strong indication that gravity is pushing, coming from all directions in space.

That discovery will help to better understand light and gravity and might be worth a Noble Prize.

LEVITATION vs ZERO GRAVITY

LEVITATION vs ZERO GRAVITY

Definitions:

-Levitation  is defined by the action to cause to rise or float in air.

-Zero gravity is the condition in which the apparent effect of gravity is zero, as in the case of a body in free fall or in orbit.

There is no real zero gravity in our universe but there are some regions where the gravity coming from one side is exactly balanced by gravity coming from opposite direction. The net result is zero force on an object. According to Newton’s law, the object will keep its speed and direction unchanged. This is the case for astronauts.

All objects in our universe are always in motion having a speed and a direction. The term velocity is used in science to describe that movement having a speed in m/s  and a direction in degrees relative to the horizon.

The usual method to achieve levitation is to have a force opposing the gravitational force. Good examples are forces from the air on the airplane wings, force from a magnet or from static electricity or simply force from someone lifting an object.

Levitation could be achieve also if the gravitational force in one direction is blocked so that the opposing force will move the object in a new velocity. That was done using horizontal powerful light beam under an object: the  object was pushed down as if it gained weight. When the light beam was over the object, this object changed its velocity and it appeared to loose weight. The inertial mass has not changed, only the direction of movement.

Here are some experimental results of April 22, 2017.

A 80 000 lumen light from 10 LEDS was sent horizontally in a mirror box about 1 cubic feet in volume.

A 200 g mass suspended under the box lost an average of 0.0124% of its weight during 60 minutes. Its original direction going East at an average of 300 m/s and an angle of -2.95×10-4 degrees, changed to an angle of -3.05×10-4 degrees.

Since the change in weight seems to vary directly with time, after about 8000 hours it would loose 100% of its weight and would float freely in air. That would be real levitation without using any force to oppose gravity.

During the same time a 100 g mass placed over the box having a weight of .986449 N was increased to 1.003336 N in 60 minutes. The angle of its motion changed from an angle of -2.95×10-4 degrees to an angle of -2.85×10-4 degrees.

That means weight in Newtons is the force needed to counterbalance the inertial mass tendency to continue in strait line at same speed in order to  change that velocity. It could be done by changing the speed or the angle or changing both the speed and the angle. A change in velocity is called acceleration in physics. Since that depends on the inertial mass of the object, the formula for that force is simply this: force = mass x acceleration.

During an experiment in 2009, the laminar light beam from a 1.5 watt red laser light was directed from south to north. The beam was making a strait vertical line on a wall at an angle of 45 degrees. A mass placed near the light beam was pushed towards the light because some of the gravitational force coming horizontally from the other side of the beam was blocked by the light. The net resulting force was an horizontal force directed towards the light.

That effect is a good proof that the force of gravity is a pushing force coming from all directions from space. Also it shows that light does interact with that force.

Another conclusion arising from these experimental facts is that the theory of gravity being a kind of deformation of space-time is not possible. The space-time curvature depends on mass and energy. Since the mirror box used in the experiment contained the same amount of light and no change in mass, the change in weight that was observed cannot be attributed to a change of mass or light energy. Since there was no change in mass or light energy, if the theory was correct, there would be no change in gravity. But there was a change. Moreover, when the light was shut off, the change of weight did not disappear instantly as it should in that theory. The change of weight is slow until the original weight is achieved after the light is shut off. That means, if enough time permits complete levitation, an object would continue to levitate when taken outside the box after the lights are shut off until its original weight is back. Interesting…

Gravity accelerates objects by changing direction, not speed

Gravity accelerates an object by changing the direction of movement of an object without changing the speed of the object.

The apparent acceleration of an object falling to the ground is really a change in direction of a moving object. The following explanation will clarify this statement.

For clarity, we define speed, velocity and acceleration as used in this text.Speed of an object is the measurement of the distance covered in a certain time. That distance can be a strait line, a curve line or any form.Velocity of an object is the measurement of the distance covered in a certain time in one direction in a strait line.Acceleration of an object is the measurement of the change of velocity per second. It could be a change in velocity or a change in direction or a change of direction and velocity.In a clock with a needle for seconds, the tip of the needle makes one trip around in one minute, at constant speed. Its direction changes all the time but  the speed remains constant. Because the direction changes, we say it has an acceleration.

We consider here a 1 kg mass located 10 meters from the surface of the earth. The explanations is similar for all objects in universe.

Before releasing the 1 kg, the object seems at rest compare to the floor of the laboratory. In reality, because the planet makes a full rotation every 24 hours, the object is moving east. Depending on the distance from the equator, the speed is different. In Ottawa, Ontario, the speed is close to 340 m/s directed parallel to the ground. It also have a speed directed downward at about an average of 5 m/s.

If the object after one second has traveled 340 m in space and is still above the ground, it is because it has two directions in its speed. A horizontal direction that has a value of 340  m / s and the other vertical which has a value of about 5m / s. In physics this is demonstrated by arrows called vectors.

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The arrow that is angled downwards is called the resulting speed when the two speeds are added together. The large horizontal arrow to the east represents the speed of 340 m / s and the down arrow represents the speed of 5 m / s. This drawing is not to scale because we would not see the small arrow down.

In addition, the whole solar system is moving at 220 kilometres per second. Since we are looking at what happens in the lab, we do not have account that in our explanation.

Because the force of gravity is coming from all directions of space, the net force going horizontally is close to zero because the opposite forces are almost equal and cancel one another. Since the horizontal net force is close to zero horizontally, it does not accelerate the 1 kg appreciably in the horizontal direction.

The forces acting vertically are not equal because planet earth blocked some of the force coming from the other side of earth. The force directed downward is greater that the force directed upward. The result is close to 9.8 N per kg, depending on location on earth. It could be rounded to 10 N/kg for simplicity.

That means the 1 kg  will go down at an average speed of 5 m/s until it falls to the ground.

Since the object is moving east at 340 m/s and the acting force of gravity is at 90 degrees compare to that speed, it has no acceleration effect in horizontal direction.

The speed directed downward increases in relation to the ground. Really, the ground is also moving east.

The speed of the 1 kg is always 340 m / s towards the east because the earth rotates. If no force was exerted down, on the mass, it would have continued in a straight line away from the floor. The next drawing show what would happen if there was no downward forces on 1kg.

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Compare to the ground there is an acceleration 9.8 m/s2 for the 1 kg falling to the ground. But the ground is also ‘going down’ relative to space and moving east. In reality, there is a change in direction of a moving object so that the object seems to fall on the ground. Relative to earth fix space, gravity did not increase the speed of the object. The acceleration due to gravity is a change of direction, not a change of speed. This applies to all matter in universe because matter is always moving slowly compare to the moving light.

Effet de la gravité sur un objet sur terre. ( janvier 2017)

Effet de la gravité sur un objet sur terre.   ( janvier 2017)

D’après les résultats de nombreuses expériences avec la lumière et son effet sur la force de gravité, nous sommes arrivé à ces conclusions. Ceci nous permet de comprendre les effets de la gravité sur un objet sur terre.

Si une lumière intense est envoyée comme une lame de lumière horizontalement, elle fait qu’un objet placé sous la lumière perd graduellement de la pesanteur et que l’objet placé au-dessus de la lumière gagne de la pesanteur.

Cet effet ne peut pas parvenir de la lumière car l’effet est à 90 degrés comparé à la direction de la lumière. D’après la loi des vecteurs, il n’y a aucun effet à 90 degrés.

Donc la seule explication logique est que la lumière interagit avec la gravité et voici comment. La gravité est causée par des milliards de petits quanta venant de toutes les directions de l’espace. Ceux qui traversent la terre et arrivent sous l’objet sont moins nombreux que ceux qui arrive d’en haut. Le résultat est simple: la poussée de ceux qui ont traversé la terre est moins forte que la poussée de ceux qui viennent du haut de l’espace. l’objet est donc poussé vers le bas. La différence de poussée peut être mesurée. Elle est en moyenne de 9.8 N pour 1 kg de matière.

Quand l’objet perd du poids, cela ne veut pas dire qu’il perd de la masse. Le nombre d’atomes ne change pas. A un certain moment, la pesanteur a tellement diminuée que l’objet flotte dans l’air, un peu comme un ballon d’hélium. Mais si on continue à envoyer de la lumière au-dessus de l’objet, il commence à s’élever de plus en plus. Il ira toucher le plafond si on l’enlève de l’appareil. Après quelques minutes, il commence à redescendre vers le sol, à mesure que sa pesanteur augmente. Que se passe-t-il dans l’objet?

Pour mieux comprendre, il faut réaliser que  l’objet sous l’appareil semble au repos mais il ne l’est pas car la terre tourne et va autour du soleil. Tout dans l’univers est constamment en mouvement. Rien n’est au repos absolu.

En Ontario, un objet va vers l’est à environ 300 m par seconde et sa trajectoire le placerait à  environ de 1.4 cm plus haut à chaque 3 secondes. Heureusement que l’objet descend d’environ 1.4 cm car autrement, il quitterait la terre et se perdrait dans l’espace s’il n’allait pas un peu vers le bas pour suivre la courbure de la terre. L’angle par rapport au sol après 3 sec est d’environ de 0.0027 degré.

Donc, quand la lumière agit sur la gravité et que la différence des forces vers le bas diminue, l’objet continue à aller vers l’est mais il  baisse moins que 1.4 cm par seconde. L’effet est très petit mais quand il va horizontalement par rapport au sol, l’objet est en mode d’un satellite géostationnaire. L’angle par rapport au sol est maintenant de 0 degré. Si l’objet demeure sous la lumière, l’angle devient plus grand que 0 degré et il commence à s’éloigner du sol. Il semble s’élever dans la chambre où on fait l’expérience.

Quand l’objet n’est plus sous la lumière, la différence des forces vers le haut et vers le bas fait qu’il est poussé lentement vers le bas et il retrouve sa pesanteur normale.

N.B. Vous pouvez lire ces résultats à http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/apr/article/view/48836

Further Experiments Demonstrating the Effect of Light on Gravitation