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Robert Stirniman's
Antigravity Bibliography - 10

    Tufts Univ., Medford, MA.  KUO, CHUNG-I. 1994,  119 PAGES     
    Avail: Univ. Microfilms Order No. DA9419336
    Semiclassical gravity theory should serve as a working model before the final
    theory of quantized gravity is known, or as an approximation for manageable
    calculations even when the final theory is known. We deal with the important
    issue of the applicability of the semiclassical theory of gravity,
    specifically considering the effects of quantum fluctuations of the matter
    fields and the induced metric perturbations. The quantum fields with negative
    energy densities are proposed to be the cases where the semiclassical theory
    is no longer valid. We start with a discussion of the basic notions and
    developments of semiclassical gravity theory, and continue with a discussion
    of the establishment of a meaningful measurement of the deviation from
    semiclassical theory. The measure is a normalized dispersion of the energy
    density. The non-positive-definiteness of the energy density of quantum 
    fields is derived and discussed. Important cases, like squeezed states and 
    the Casimir effect, which exhibit negative energy densities, are discussed 
    and the deviations from semiclassical theory are checked. A test particle 
    method using a generalized Langevin equation is formulated for the physical 
    description of systems for which the semiclassical theory can not be used. 
    Quantum fields around straight infinite cosmic string is another example of 
    where the negative energy densities may arise. We examine the validity of 
    semiclassical theory for this case. The Casimir force due to the zero-point 
    fluctuations of the electromagnetic fields in the presence of a conducting 
    plate is another case where the quantum fluctuations are large and naive 
    classical consideration should be modified. Using the test particle method, 
    we are able to show that it is a relaxation phenomenon and that a notion of 
    effective temperature can be associated with it.
     CASI Accession Number: N95-29527
     International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy).  LONG, HOANG
     NGOC  SOA, DANG VAN  TRAN, TUAN A.  SEP. 1994  11 PAGES    DE95-613589
     IC-94/285  Avail: CASI HC A03/MF A01 (US Sales Only)
    The classical processes: the conversion of photons into gravitons in the
    static electromagnetic fields are considered by using Feynman perturbation
    techniques. The differential cross sections are presented for the conversion
    in the electric field of the flat condenser and the magnetic field of the
    solenoid. A numerical evaluation shows that the cross sections may have the
    observable value in the present technical scenario.
    CASI Accession Number: N95-30637

    DAWE, ROSS L.  HINES, KENNETH C. University of Melbourne, Parkville,
    Australia 1994 34 PAGES Australian Journal of Physics (ISSN 0004-9506) 
    vol 47, no 4 1994 p 431-464 Research supported by the ARC and the 
    University of Melbourne HTN-95-01061
    A new formulation of the theory of tachyons using the same two postulates 
    as in special relativity is applied to electro-magnetism. Tachyonic
    transformations of the electromagnetic fields E and B are rigorously 
    derived from Maxwell's equations and are shown to be the same as for 
    bradyonic transformations. Tachyonic tranformations of current density, 
    charge density, scalar and vector potentials are also derived and discussed. 
    Tachyonic optics and the four-potential of a moving tachyonic charge are 
    also discussed, along with generalized four-vector transformations and 
    electromagnetic four-tensors in extended relativity. Use is made of a 
    switching principle to show how tachyons automatically obey the law of 
    conservation of electric charge in any inertial reference frame, even 
    though the observed tachyon electric charge is not an invariant between 
    observers. The electromagnetic field produced by a charged tachyon takes 
    the form of a Mach cone, inside which the electromagnetic field is real 
    and detectable, while outside the cone the field generated by the tachyon 
    is imaginary and undetectable.
    CASI Accession Number: A95-90247

    Franklin, Allan, 1938-
    The rise and fall of the "Fifth Force" : discovery, pursuit, and
    justification in modern physics / Allan Franklin.  New York : American
    Institute of Physics, c1993.  141 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC6 F673 1993
    SUBJECTS: Physics--Methodology. Gravitation.

    Michlo, George, 1942-
    The push of gravity / George Michlo ; illustrated by Warwick Humphries.  
    1st ed.  New York : Vantage Press, c1993.  xv, 101 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC178 .M49 1993
    SUBJECTS: Gravitation.
    ISBN:  0533091330

    Doughty, Noel A. (Noel Arthur)
    Lagrangian interaction : an introduction to relativistic symmetry in
    electrodynamics and gravitation / Noel A. Doughty.  Sydney ; Readwood City,
    Calif. : Addison-Wesley, c1990.  xix, 569 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC631 .D68 1990
    SUBJECTS: Electrodynamics. Gravitation. Relativity. Symmetry. 
    ISBN:  0201416255 (U.S.) : $33.95

    Alexander, S.
    Gravity and inertia : the mechanism / by S. Alexander.  Santa Barbara,
    Calif. : G.E.C. Research, c1985.  64 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC178 .A44 1985
    SUBJECTS: Gravitation. Inertia (Mechanics)
    ISBN:  0939525054

    Harrigan, Gregory Leo, 1919-
    The great gravity myth / Gregory Leo Harrigan.  2nd ed., rev. and enl.
    Minneapolis : Shanty Press, 1991.  p. cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC178 .H28 1991 *CIP - NOT YET IN LC*
    SUBJECTS: Gravitation--Miscellanea. Serendipity in science.
    ISBN:  0916403033 (lib. bdg.) : $8.95

    Soldano, B. A.
    A new look at Maxwell's equations and the permittivity of free space / by
    B.A. Soldano.  Greenville, S.C., U.S.A. : Grenridge Pub., 1982.  50 p. 
    LC CALL NUMBER: QB341 .S65 1982
    SUBJECTS: Gravitation. Maxwell equations.

    Gallimore, J. G.
    Transverse paraphysics : the new science of space, time, and gravity control
    J.G. Gallimore.  Millbrae, Calif. : Tesla Book Co., 1982.  ix, 359 p. 
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC173.59.S65 G35 1982
    SUBJECTS: Space and time. Gravitation.

    Mancini Ridolfini, Niccolo.
    Elettricita e magnetismo; rotazione elettro-magnetica gravitazionale.
    Bologna, L. Cappelli, 1931.  vii, 506 p. illus. 25 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC518 .M36
    SUBJECTS: Electromagnetic theory. Space and time. Gravitation.

    King, Moray B.
    Tapping the zero-point energy / Moray B. King.  Provo, UT : Paraclete Pub.,
    c1989.  iii, 169 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC178 .K5575 1989
    SUBJECTS: Antigravity. Radiation. Electromagnetics. Force and energy.
    ISBN:  0962335606 : $9.95

    The Large N expansion in quantum field theory and statistical physics : from
    spin systems to 2-dimensional gravity / editors, Edouard Brezin, Spenta R.
    Wadia.  Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, c1993.  xiv, 1130 p. 
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC174.45 .L37 1993
    SUBJECTS: Quantum field theory. String models. Gauge fields (Physics)
    ISBN:  9810204558

    Magnetic susceptibility of superconductors and other spin systems / edited by
    Robert A. Hein, Thomas L. Francavilla, and Donald H. Liebenberg.  New York :
    Plenum Press, c1991.  xx, 606 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC611.97.M34 M34 1991
    SUBJECTS: Superconductors--Magnetic properties--Magnetic susceptibility
    United States. Office of Naval Research.
    Office of Naval Research Workshop on Magnetic Susceptibility of
    Superconductors and Other Spin Systems (1991 : Coolfont, W. Va.)
    "Proceedings of the Office of Naval Research Workshop on Magnetic
    Susceptibility of Superconductors and Other Spin Systems, held May 20-23,
    1991, in Coolfont, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia"--T.p. verso.
    ISBN:  0306441977

    Spin waves and magnetic excitations / volume editors, A.S. Borovik-Romanov,
    S.K. Sinha.  Amsterdam ; New York : North-Holland ; New York, N.Y. : Sole
    distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., 1988.  
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC762 .S66 1988
    SUBJECTS: Spin waves. Magnons. Dielectrics--Magnetic properties.
    Metals--Magnetic properties.
      Modern problems in condensed matter sciences ; v. 22
    ISBN:  0444870687 (v. 1)

    Aono, Osamu, 1937-
    Rotation of a magnetic field / Osamu Aono and Ryo Sugihara.  Nagoya, Japan :
    Institute of Plasma Physics, Nagoya University, 1986.  6 p. ; 30 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC717.6 .N35 no. 792 (ALTERNATE CLASS QC754.2.M3)
    SUBJECTS: Magnetic fields. Electrodynamics.
    Research report (Nagoya Daigaku. Purazumu Kenkyujo) ; IPPJ-792.

    Handbook of electron spin resonance : data sources, computer technology,
    relaxation, and ENDOR / edited by Charles P. Poole, Jr. and Horacio A. Farach.
    New York : American Institute of Physics, c1994.  x, 660 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC762 .H32 1994
    SUBJECTS: Electron paramagnetic resonance.
    Electron nuclear double resonance spectroscopy. Relaxation phenomena.
    ISBN:  1563960443 (acid-free)

    Mims, W. B.
    The linear electric field effect in paramagnetic resonance / W. B. Mims.
    Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976.  339 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC762 .M55
    SUBJECTS: Electron paramagnetic resonance. Electric fields.
    ISBN:  0198519443 : L9.75

    Morrison, Clyde A. (Clyde Arthur), 1926-
    Angular momentum theory applied to interactions in solids / C.A. Morrison.
    Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c1988.  159 p. ; 25 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QD475 .M68 1988
    SUBJECTS: Crystal field theory. Angular momentum.
    ISBN:  0387189904 (U.S. : pbk.)
    Mirman, R.
    Massless representations of the Poincare Group : electromagnetism,
    gravitation, quantum mechanics, geometry / R. Mirman.  Commack, N.Y. : Nova
    Science Publishers, 1995.  p. cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC20.7.G76 M57 1995 *CIP - NOT YET IN LC*
    SUBJECTS: Representations of groups. Poincare series. Electromagnetism.
    Gravitation. Quantum theory. Geometry. Mathematical physics.
    ISBN:  1560722592

    Antunez de Mayolo, Santiago, 1887-1967.
    The neutral element base of matter and probable cause of gravitation /
    Santiago Antunez de Mayolo.  Lima, Peru : Universidad Nacional Mayor de San
    Marcos, 1948.  36 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
    LC CALL NUMBER: MLCS 94/12050 (Q)
    SUBJECTS: Nuclear physics. Matter--Constitution.
    Translation of "Work presented in Spanish to the IV. South American
    Chemistry Congress, Santiago, Chile, March 1948."

    Ciufolini, Ignazio, 1951-
    Gravitation and inertia / Ignazio Ciufolini and John Archibald Wheeler.
    Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1995.  xi, 498 p. 
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC173.59.G44 C58 1995
    SUBJECTS: Geometrodynamics. General relativity. Gravitation. Inertia.
    ISBN:  0691033234 (acid-free paper)

               TITLE: Excalibur Briefing
              AUTHOR: Thomas E. Bearden
      COPYRIGHT DATE: 1980, 1988
           PUBLISHER: Strawberry Hill Press/A Walnut Hill Book
               ISBN#  0-89407-060-6
      PURCHASED FROM: Tesla Book Co. or Fry's INC. INQ.
        COMMENTS ....
        According to   the   front  and  rear  covers  this  book  explains
        paranormal phenomena and the interaction of mind and matter.  There
        are 4 chapters plus a glossary and  bibliography.   332  pages,  42
        photographs, and  40  illustrations.  Chapter one  is  called...  A
        Sampling of Specific Paranormal Phenomena.  Some of the subjects in
        this chapter  are...Remote Viewing The Moray Radiant Energy Device,
        Thought Photography,  Pavlita's   Psychotronic  Generators,  UFO's,
        Kirlian Photograpy,  Psychic  Surgery  Chapter  Two  is  called...A
        Theoretical Background   for   Understanding   PT,  UFO's  and  PSI
        Phenomena...Some of the subjects  are....  Unexplained Mysteries of
        Physics, Two  Slit  Experiment, Radionics, Biofields  and  Maverick
        Worlds Chapter  Three  is called...New Military Applications of PSI
        Research Some   of  the  subjects   covered   are...Background   to
        Psychotronic Research in the U.S and the U.S.S.R., Radiation of the
        U.S. Embassy,  Hyperspace  Howitzer operation, Virtual  States  and
        Hyperspaces, Feynman  diagrams  The  Neurophone, Soviet  Woodpecker
        signals The last chapter covers  Soviet  Phase  Conjugate  Directed
        Energy Weapons  (Weapons  that  use  time reversed  Electromagnetic
        Waves) The Glossary is about 30 pages long and is very useful.

    Bearden, T. E. (Thomas E.), 1930-
    Excalibur briefing / Thomas E. Bearden ; foreword by John White ; special 
    drawings by Hal Crawford.  San Francisco : Strawberry Hill Press, c1980.  
    LC CALL NUMBER: BF1999 .B387 1980
    SUBJECTS: Occultism. Unidentified flying objects.
    ISBN:  0894070150 (pbk.) : $8.95

                     TITLE: Magnetism:An Introductory Survey
                    AUTHOR: E.W. Lee
            COPYRIGHT DATE: 1963,1970
                 PUBLISHER: Dover Publications Inc. New York
                     ISBN#  0-486-24689-2
            PURCHASED FROM: Lindsay Publications
            COMMENTS ....
            Paperback, 280 pages, Some photographs and Illustrations
            Some of subjects covered are....Atomic  Theory  of  Matter, Earth's
            Magnetism History  of Magnetism, Magnetism in Scientific  Research,
            Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism

                     TITLE: Tesla: The Lost Inventions
                    AUTHOR: George Trinkhaus
            COPYRIGHT DATE: 1988
                 PUBLISHER: High Voltage Press
                     ISBN#  N/A
            PURCHASED FROM: Lindsay Publications
           COMMENTS ....
            Paper, 33   Pages,   42   Illustrations.   Describes  Tesla's  lost
            inventions in plain, easy to understand  English.  According to the
            author, patents  are hard to understand.  In the  illustrations  he
            shows the patent number.  Some of the inventions include...
                                             Disk Turbine Rotary Engine
                                             Magnifying Transmitter
                                             Free Energy Receiver
                     TITLE: Tesla: Man out of Time
                    AUTHOR: Margaret Cheney
            COPYRIGHT DATE: 1981
                 PUBLISHER: Laurel Book by Dell Publishing Co.
                     ISBN#  0-440-39077-X
            PURCHASED FROM: Tesla Book Co. or Lindsay Publications
            COMMENTS ....
            Paperback 320 Pages, 8 Pages of Rare Photographs
            Good biography   of  Tesla.   30  Chapters  plus  Reference  Notes.
            Chapter 29 deals with Tesla's papers and what may have happened to
            them after he died.
                     TITLE: The Cosmic Conspiracy
                    AUTHOR: Stan Deyo
            COPYRIGHT DATE: 1978
                 PUBLISHER: West Australian Texas Trading
                     ISBN#  0-908477-00-7
            PURCHASED FROM: Tesla Book Co.
            COMMENTS ....
            Paperback 200 Pages.  The book is divided into 3 sections with each
            section containing at least 6 chapters.  Plus there are 7 Appendices.
            At the  end  of  each section there is a Suggested reading list for
            that section.   Section  One  deals  with  research  into  Electro-
            Gravitic Propulsion Tesla, Weather Warfare, Conspiracys.
            Section Two  deals with Mysticism and Numerology, mystery  schools,
            Illuminati Section Three deals with Religious Ideas
            In the  appendices there are articles on Townsend Brown, Einstein's
            Relativity error,  Michelson  Morley   experiment,   Electo-Dynamic
            Propulsion, Practical Ion Craft.  Very fascinating book.
                     TITLE: The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibilty
                    AUTHOR: William L. Moore, Charles Berlitz
            COPYRIGHT DATE: 1979
                 PUBLISHER: Fawcett Crest New York
                     ISBN#  0-449-24280-3
            PURCHASED FROM: Waldenbooks
            COMMENTS ....
            Paperback 288 pages.
            Book on  the  alleged  Navy experiment to make a ship invisible; to
            radar or optically or both.  Supposedly  the  ship  not only became
            invisible but  dematerialized  and  rematerialized   at  a  distant
            location, then    re-materialized    at   the   original   location
            (Philadelphia Navy Yard).  Plus there  were  severe side effects to
            the crew  members.  Some of the crew were said to have  disappeared
            into another dimension.  Some never to return.
            Chapter 9  (The  Unexpected  Key)  is  very  interesting because it
            describes an interview with a scientist who was involved with the
            Philadelphia experiment when it was being planned.


    The best introduction to dyads and dyadic analysis in electromagnetism
    in my opinion is the following book:

    Hollis C Chen, Theory of Electromagnetic Waves: A Coordinate-Free
    Approach (1983, McGraw-Hill; 1992, TechBooks). 

    It's already a proven fact that angular momentum will generate an
    opposing force to gravity in the way you describe.  This is a purely
    General Relativistic effect. There's an article in the 1988 Foundations
    of Physics "An Exact Solution to Einstein's Field Equations:
    Gravitational Force Can Also Be Repulsive!"
    It requires an immensely huge angular momentum to get any decent
    repulsion, such that you're not going to get it by any mechanical means

    For those of you who are not familiar with the obscure aspects of General 
    Relativity, hopefully this will steer you in the right direction for 
    further research and knowledge.  Non-Newtonian gravitational fields, 
    which may be either attractive or repulsive, can be generated from three 
    effects.  These are that of rotating masses, moving masses, or 
    fluctuating masses relative to a stationary, non-rotating body.  These 
    effects are similar to centrifugal, Coriolis, and other inertial forces 
    and were first described by W. de Sitter in 1916 and Hans Thirring in 
    1918.  Dr. Robert L. Forward published his Guidelines to Antigravity in 
    March 1963 in the American Journal of Physics.  Dr. Forward is an expert 
    in General Relativity and Gravity Research and studied under Weber at the 
    University of Maryland.  In his guidelines article, he discusses the 
    dipole effect of gravity as predicted by General Relativity.  
    Unfortunately, the forces generated are extremely weak without very dense 
    mass or extremely high angular velocities. I suggest that everyone with 
    an interest in such aspects obtain a copy of this article and read it 
    through before passing any judgements as to these forces existing or 
    being generated!  
    -- Phillip Carpenter

    Might a mass (gravitational charge) in motion also produce another 
    type of field much like a magnetic one?
    Something like this is "gravitomagnetic effect" is theoretically 
    predicted. If you were in such a field, it would simply give the 
    impression that you were in a locally rotating frame of reference, 
    so moving objects would experience coriolis forces, even when you 
    were not rotating relative to distant reference points. As the effect 
    is of the order of v1 v2/c^2 where v1 is the speed of the gravitational 
    source and v2 is the speed of the test object, it is extremely small 
    and has not yet been measured.
    Note also that a rotating massive object is expected to give rise to
    a similar field in the same way as a current loop gives rise to a
    magnetic field. This is known as the Lense-Thirring effect.
    A first-order Special Relativity approximation (which only applies for a
    locally inertial frame of reference where space isn't significantly
    curved) is simply that the rotation field is (v1 x g)/c^2 where g is the
    Newtonian acceleration vector v1 is the velocity of the source object.
    The acceleration that field generates for a body moving with velocity v2
    is v2 x (v1 x g)/c^2.  Note for comparison that the magnetic field is
    B = (v1 x E)/c^2 so the magnetic force is q v2 x (v1 x E)/c^2.
    The gravitational rotation field calculated in this way is equal to 2w
    where w is the apparent angular velocity of rotation.
    It is hoped that "conscience-guided" satellite experiments may confirm
    this effect within a few years, but at present there are too many other
    disturbances which make it too difficult to measure such a small effect.
    The rotation field, whether caused by a linearly moving mass or a
    rotating object, only affects moving masses.  However, there is of
    course a much stronger associated acceleration field which affects
    all masses.  From the subjective point of view, the acceleration field
    may appear to be partly linear acceleration and partly "centrifugal"
    force associated with rotary motion, but this is a higher-order effect.
    -- Jonathan Scott

    Some scientists in Boulder, CO (USA) have suceeded in cooling down matter 
    into the elusive Bose-Einstein condensate.  The kinetic energy of the 
    atoms in this state have been removed.  If you could maintain this state 
    in stable form and spin it, the angular momentum would repel the earth 
    and lift many times its own mass.  Outside of the atmosphere, this could 
    produce the desired gravitational dipole effect. 

    Bonaldi, M., et al., "Inertial and Gravitational Experiments With
    Superfluids: A Progress Report," Proceedings of the Fourth Marcel
    Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Elsevler Science Publishers 
    B.V., 1985, pp. 1309-1317.

                  In: Phys.Lett.118B:385,1982
         Date/Source: August 1982
    Fermilab Library: FERMILAB-PUB-82/53-THY -- Preprint -- Available              

               Title: Long range effects in asymptotic fields and angular 
                      momentum of classical field electrodynamics
         Date/Source: February 1995
    Fermilab Library: CALL NUMBER DESY-95-035 -- Preprint -- Available  

               Title: Angular Momentum 
             Authors: Brink, D. M. (David Maurice), and G.R. Satchler
         Date/Source: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University 
                      Press, 1993.
    Fermilab Library: CALL NUMBER QC793.3.A5 B75 1993 -- Book -- Available       

    AUTHOR(s):       Hayasaka, Hideo  Takeuchi, Sakae  
    TITLE:           Gravitation and Astrophysics.  
    Summary:         Anomalous weight reduction on a gyroscope's right rotations
                       around the vertical axis on the Earth.                     
               In:   Physical review letters.  
                     DEC 18 1989 v 63 n 25  Page 2701  
    AUTHOR(s):       Starzhinskii, V.M.  
    TITLE:           An exceptional case of motion of the Kovalevskaia
               In:   PMM, Journal of applied mathematics and mechanic  
                     1983 v 47 n 1  Page 134  
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