EM drive solved
EM drive are tested by NASA and the results show that using microwave frequencies, a pushing force is generated on the apparatus. Some theories states that this force is not explainable with present physics theories. That force is still possible with our theories if we include gravity in its real nature.
To prove that, an experiment was done with a specially designed aluminum box where visible light was sent horizontally inside the box. Any object placed under the box does experiment a loss of weight and any object placed over the box gains weight.
Weight is a force coming from gravity. The most plausible explanation that does not contradict any physics laws is that light going horizontally can and does interfere with gravity that was going vertically, up and down. That explains why an object under light rays looses weight; the gravitational force coming from above is now smaller than before and the total vertical forces are now the upward force minus the downward force, giving a smaller weight force. To see more results on the testS made, consult GRAVITYFORCES.COM.
MORE DETAILED EXPLANATIONS:
The EM drive used by NASA produced the same effect. The light used is in the radar range and was able to block some of the gravitational force. The apparatus was tested in vacuum and did have positive results. We do not need to invent new theories to explain the effect.
images from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RF_resonant_cavity_thruster and from Google images and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M51c6DrzJU0
Explanations for the em drive:
– image 1 shows the picture of the actual em drive tested at NASA. There was a small force on the apparatus pushing from right to left. That will be explained further.
– image 2 shows a drawing of the path followed by the microwaves inside the drive.
– image 3 shows the forces from the microwave and the net force on the apparatus itself.
– image 4 shows the direction of microwave forces
To understand the origin of the net force on the apparatus, we have to examine how light behaves between two mirrors. This was tested many times with a point laser light and flat laminar laser beam.
Two front surfaces mirrors were aligned parallel to one another at a distance of 5 cm. A red laser point beam was sent at a small angle in order to bounce many times between the mirrors and to come out at the other end. We wanted to measure a change in weight of 100 g placed over the bouncing ray of red light.
The results were surprising. It was impossible to have the laser light to bounce many times between the mirrors when the angle was small. Instead, the light rays will bounce many times and the angle of reflection was getting smaller at every reflection. After many reflections, the light rays were bouncing at right angle to the mirrors and made a brighter light. Some literature mentioned that many light beams are ‘attracted’ to one another.
Another experiment used two flat mirrors about 30 cm by 30 cm, placed parallel to one another in a wooden box. A flat blue laser light was sent at a small angle in order to have the light bounce until it escape at the top of the mirrors. It never happened. The angle of reflection was getting smaller at every reflection. After many reflections, the light rays were bouncing at right angle to the mirrors and made a brighter light. Even by changing the angle of the back mirror to increase the reflection angle did not change the fact that the light beams were getting closer to one another after many reflections.
Another set of experiments were done where 63000 lumen light was sent horizontally under a 100 g mass. Its weight decreased. When the 100 g mass was located above the light beam, its weight increased.
When a powerful 80000 lumen light was sent horizontally only once over a 100 g mass, its weight decreased also.
The same amount of light was forced to bounce between mirrors 15 times and the net result on the 100 g mass located under the light was about 100 times less than with a single light beam.
From all these observations, it really seems that light can change the gravitational forces on an object. Since an attractive force cannot explain all the facts, it seems that gravity is a pushing force coming from all directions of space. When a light beam hits the gravity at a right angle, it changes slightly the direction of that force. If the change is big, the gravity coming down on a 100 g mass would be less that before and the gravity coming from under the object would push the 100 g mass upwards as if its weight had decreased. That effect was confirmed by an independent scientist in Prague. Both papers can be seen on Internet. A more detailed description can also be found on GRAVITYFORCES.COM.
LIGHTS EXERTS A PUSHING FORCE ON ATOMS DIRECTED TOWARD THE LIGHT BEAM. THE LIGHT BEAM HAS TO BE AT RIGHT ANGLE COMPARED TO THE DIRECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL FORCE.
About the em drive now.
Close observation of the apparatus shows many resemblance with our results.
An em wave is sent at right angle inside the cavity. That em wave is a kind of light in lower frequency that visible light. It has the same physical properties as visible light. The second image tries to show how that light bounces inside the cavity but it was not observed directly. It is theory and probably wrong. If that light behaves like we measured between mirrors, it means that there is a region in the cavity where the light is bouncing back and forth at right angle with the walls. That would probably be in the region with a cylinder form.
If the total mass of the apparatus is considered now, we have a bigger mass where the apparatus expand like a cone and a smaller mass in the cylinder region. Since gravity pushes mass toward the intense light beams, the force on the bigger mass toward the light is bigger than the force of the cylindrical part toward the light. The net force is directed like the thrust arrow in image 3.
That is consistent with all the observations made in our multiple experiments. There is no magic here and it follows normal physics rules.