Another explanation for Lawrence’s invention

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 at 3:04 AM
This is my second attempt to theorize the process of how Lawrence’s invention generate electricity.

One critical problem I have forgot all along is the timing of electrical, magnetic and gravity force. Does it require time for a mass to react to another object’s gravity field? If I remember accurately, it require some time for E-M field to reach an object react to E-M field. If we could found out what time it take for such an reaction to happen, we could win a second Nobel prize.
In here, I would assume here gravity does NOT take any time to ‘travel’ from an object to another object. My hypothesis is that when kinetic energy is transfer to become electrical energy, there is a momentarily slow down of the swing. However, at the same time, the tension in the metal react to this slowing down and provide upward force require to counter gravity. And as kinetic energy is transfer to electrical energy at the same time, the tension(or construction energy) is drawn once again to support the momentum of moving upward. Then it reach the maximum it is possible to attain. This should be the place where potential energy is equal to kinetic energy plus the construction energy we exert through the circular motion.
As it begin to swing downward, the gravity is acting against the tension to push the swing downward. However, with the addition of tension resulted in a clockwise circular motion toward the point of equilibrium. Now gravity is accelerating the swing, which cutting through the magnetic lines. In that process, the kinetic energy is transfer to electrical energy. Then there should a momentarily slowing decrease of acceleration of the swing. However, as soon as the gravity ‘discover’ that swing is not accelerate(instantly) proportional to its mass(or some atoms in the swing felt that gravity is temporarily losing contact with it), a process is initialized to ‘fill-in-the-gap’ of that lose acceleration. Actually, it maybe the tension(incompressibility) of the metal first ‘detect’ this lost of gravity, therefore it react by pushing the swing outward. Therefore, I suppose that there maybe a continuously fluctuation of the acceleration and the speed of the swing that is detectable by VERY SENSITIVE equipment (provide that the equipment itself does NOT distort the parameter it want to measure). This delicate balance of gain and loss take place until the swing has reach its equilibrium point, which the accumulate enough energy to miss it. The same thing repeat itself on the other side.
Now I have two hypothesis:
1. Either the atom in the metal swing or Earth’s atom ‘detect’ and REACT to the reduction of gravity due to ‘lose’;
2. The Tension of the metal first react to the lose of gravity, and since it can’t be compress, it react by providing an impulse to push the swing object outward and downward;
3. Some complex interaction between Tension and Gravity.

Keep going this way, we are digging into the quantum reality of gravity. My general direction is by taking the microscopic picture of what really happen at each moment of the metal and swing. However, all is hypothesis without an experiment to test it, which is the first experiment I will do after the company laboratory is created. Seriously, if any of us could found an accurate description of this phenomena that is proven by experiment, the Nobel Prize of Physics within our reach. I guess you wouldn’t mind sharing a part of it to help patent my invention😉

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