The Gravitational Spacecraft

... at ultra-low pressure. Therefore, when an oscillating electromagnetic field is applied upon the gas its gravitational mass will be reduced and, consequently, the gravity above the mentioned GCC will also be reduced at the same proportion. It was also shown that it is possible to make a gravitational ...

... at ultra-low pressure. Therefore, when an oscillating electromagnetic field is applied upon the gas its gravitational mass will be reduced and, consequently, the gravity above the mentioned GCC will also be reduced at the same proportion. It was also shown that it is possible to make a gravitational ...

gravity theory based on mass–energy equivalence

... However, the wave gravity region for planetary masses like the Earth or Sun is very far away since λEarth = 3.8 × 1032 light-years and λSun = 1.3 × 1038 light-years. These gravity wavelengths should be compared to the size of the observable universe — about 4.2×1010 light-years. Thus gravity for pla ...

... However, the wave gravity region for planetary masses like the Earth or Sun is very far away since λEarth = 3.8 × 1032 light-years and λSun = 1.3 × 1038 light-years. These gravity wavelengths should be compared to the size of the observable universe — about 4.2×1010 light-years. Thus gravity for pla ...

Forces and Motion: Newton`s Framework

... the ﬂoor pushing up on you, and when you let go of the object in your hand, it accelerates with respect to the ﬂoor. There is no way, from inside the elevator, for you to tell the difference between the two explanations. The ﬁrst case depends on gravitation and involves the gravitational mass. The s ...

... the ﬂoor pushing up on you, and when you let go of the object in your hand, it accelerates with respect to the ﬂoor. There is no way, from inside the elevator, for you to tell the difference between the two explanations. The ﬁrst case depends on gravitation and involves the gravitational mass. The s ...

Section 1 Force and Motion: Practice Problems

... 28. You lift a relatively light bowling ball with your hand, accelerating it upward. What are the forces on the ball? What forces does the ball exert? What objects are these forces exerted on? SOLUTION: The forces on the ball are the force of your hand and the gravitational force of Earth’s mass. ...

... 28. You lift a relatively light bowling ball with your hand, accelerating it upward. What are the forces on the ball? What forces does the ball exert? What objects are these forces exerted on? SOLUTION: The forces on the ball are the force of your hand and the gravitational force of Earth’s mass. ...