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Robert Stirniman's
Antigravity Bibliography - 15

    AUTHOR(s):       McIntosh, C.B.G.  Arianrhod, R.  Wade, S. 
    TITLE(s):        Electric and magnetic Weyl tensors: classification 
                     and analysis.                                                  
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     JUN 01 1994 v 11 n 6  Page 1555 
    AUTHOR(s):       Arianrhod, R.  Lun, A.W.-C.  McIntosh, C.B.G. 
    TITLE(s):        Magnetic curvatures. 
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     SEP 01 1994 v 11 n 9  Page 2331 
    AUTHOR(s):       Arianrhod, R.  McInthosh, C.B.G. 
    TITLE(s):        Principle null directions of Petrov type I Weyl spinors:
                       geometry and symmetry.                                     
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     AUG 01 1992 v 9 n 8  Page 1969 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hoenselaers, C.  Perjes, Z. 
    TITLE(s):        Multipole moments of axisymmetric electrovacuum spacetimes.
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     OCT 01 1990 v 7 n 10  Page  1819 
    AUTHOR(s):       de Felice, Fernando  Yu, Yunqiang  Fang, Jing 
    TITLE(s):        Relativistic charged spheres. 
               In:   Monthly notices of the royal astronomical societ 
                     NOV 01 1995 v 277 n 1  Page:   L17 
    AUTHOR(s):       de Felice, Fernando 
    TITLE(s):        Dynamics on a rotating disk. 
               In:   Physical review.  A,  Atomic, molecular, and opt 
                     NOV 01 1995 v 52 n 5  Page 3452 
    AUTHOR(s):       de Felice, Fernando  Yu, Yunqiang  Coriasco, Sandro 
    TITLE(s):        The Lynden-Bell and Katz Definition of Gravitational
                       Energy: Applications to Singular Solutions.                
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     AUG 01 1994 v 26 n 8  Page 813 
    AUTHOR(s):       Cavaglia, Marco  de Alfaro, Vittorio  de Felice, Fernando 
    TITLE(s):        Anisotropic wormhole: Tunneling in time and space. 
               In:   Physical review  d:  particles, fields, gravitat 
                     JUN 15 1994 v 49 n 12  Page  6493 
    AUTHOR(s):       de Felice, Fernando 
    TITLE(s):        Rotating frames and measurements of forces in general
               In:   Monthly notices of the royal astronomical societ 
                     SEP 15 1991 v 252 n 2  Page  197 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hammond, Richard 
    TITLE(s):        Tetrad Formulation of Gravity with a Torsion Potential. 
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     NOV 01 1994 v 26 n 11  Page 1107 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hammond, Richard 
    TITLE(s):        Spin, Torsion, Forces. 
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     MAR 01 1994 v 26 n 3  Page 247 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hammond, Richard T. 
    TITLE(s):        Gauge Invariant Electromagnetic Coupling with Torsion
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     NOV 01 1991 v 23 n 11  Page 1195 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hammond, Richard T. 
    TITLE(s):        Magnetic Charge Type Equations from Torsion. 
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     SEP 01 1991 v 23 n 9  Page 973 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hammond, Richard T. 
    TITLE(s):        Dynamic Torsion from a Linear Langrangian. 
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     APR 01 1990 v 22 n 4  Page  451 
    AUTHOR(s):       Ringermacher, H.I. 
    TITLE(s):        An electrodynamic connection. 
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     SEP 01 1994 v 11 n 9  Page 2383 
    AUTHOR(s):       Anandan,J.  Hagen, C.R. 
    TITLE(s):        Neutron acceleration in uniform electromagnetic fields. 
               In:   Physical review.  A,  Atomic, molecular, and opt 
                     OCT 01 1994 v 50 n 4  Page 2860 
    AUTHOR(s):       Anandan, J. 
    TITLE(s):        Relativistic gravitation and superconductors. 
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     JUN 01 1994 v 11 n 6A  Page 23 
    AUTHOR(s):       Georgiou, A. 
    TITLE(s):        Rotating Einstein-Mazwell fields: smoothly matched 
                     exterior and interior spacetimes with charged dust 
                     and surface layer.                                                     
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     JAN 01 1994 v 11 n 1  Page 167 
    AUTHOR(s):       Unnikrishnan, C.S. 
    TITLE(s):        Experimental gravitation in India: progress and challenges.
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     JUN 01 1994 v 11 n 6A  Page 195 
    AUTHOR(s):       Cowsik, R.  Tandon, S.N.  Unnikrishnan, C.S. 
    TITLE(s):        Limit on the strength of intermediate-range forces coupling
                       to isospin.                                                
               In:   Physical review letters. 
                     NOV 07 1988 v 61 n 19  Page 2179 
    AUTHOR(s):       Banerjee, A.  Panigrahi, D.  Chatterjee, S. 
    TITLE(s):        Evolution of Kaluza-Klein inhomogeneous model with a
                       cosmological constant.                                     
               In:   Journal of mathematical physics. 
                     JUL 01 1995 v 36 n 7  Page 3619 
    AUTHOR(s):       Chatterjee, S.  Panigrahi, D. Banerjee, A. 
    TITLE(s):        Inhomogeneous Kaluza-Klein cosmology. 
               In:   Classical and quantum gravity. 
                     FEB 01 1994 v 11 n 2  Page  371 

    It might interest antigravity researchers to know (for those not already
    aware) that Professor ER Laithwaite, a respected British electrical engineer,
    has been doing work on this very subject for decades, but when he tried to
    demonstrate the viability of his theories to his peers their closed minds
    closed ranks and ridiculed his efforts as fantasy. Laithwaite lost cred with
    the scientific community and had to rely just on one or two close associates
    in semi-secrecy.

    A recent (a year or two ago) series of TV programmes in Britain (on 
    controversial scientific discoveries that have yet to accepted by the 
    scientific establishment as worthy of further research and funding) ran 
    an episode on Laithwaite. He claimed that gyroscopes could transfer mass.

    I know of one book he wrote: Transport Without Wheels published by Paul 
    Elek in 1977 ISBN 0236400665 (info from an old note I made) though this 
    is NOT specifically about his antigravity theories (I remember that it 
    concentrated on propulsion via electrical rails) I would be most interested
    in learning about anything he (or anyone else) might have written 
    specifically on his antigravity work.
    - George Szaszvari         
     "Propulsion by Gyro", Eric Laithwaite, Space, Sep 1989 Vol 5 No 5
       In an attempt to reveal the strange, hidden properties of gyroscopes,
       Professor Eric Laithwaite explains the physics behind the idea that
       a propulsion system could be built using gyros.   

    AUTHOR(s):       Ljubicic, A.  Zovko, N. 
    TITLE(s):        Lorentzian component of the fifth force. 
               In:   Fizika B. 
                     JAN 01 1992 v 1 n 1  Page: 1 
    AUTHOR(s):       Bertotti, B.  Sivaram, C. 
    TITLE(s):        Radiation of the <> field. 
               In:   Il Nuovo cimento della Societa italiana di fisic 
                     NOV 01 1991 v 106 n 11  Page: 1299 
    AUTHOR(s):       Fujii, Y. 
    TITLE(s):        The Theoretical Background of the Fifth Force. 
               In:   International journal of modern physics.  a,  pa 
                     AUG 20 1991 v 6 n 20  Page: 3505 
    AUTHOR(s):       Mannheim, Philip D. 
    TITLE(s):        General Relativity and Fifth Force Experiments. 
               In:   Astrophysics and space science. 
                     JUL 01 1991 v 181 n 1  Page: 55 
    AUTHOR(s):       Cho, Y.M. Park, D.H. 
    TITLE(s):        Fifth Force from Kaluza-Klein Unification. 
               In:   General relativity and gravitation. 
                     JUL 01 1991 v 23 n 7  Page: 741 
    AUTHOR(s):       Fujii, Y. 
    TITLE(s):        Locally varying particle masses due to a scalar fifth-force
               In:   Physics letters:  [Part B] 
                     FEB 14 1991 v 255 n 3  Page: 439 
    AUTHOR(s):       Hagiwara, Yukio 
    TITLE(s):        No gravimetric evidence for the fifth force? 
    Summary:         TEXT IN JAPANESE 
               In:   Chigaku zasshi = 
                     1991 v 100 n 3  Page: 429 
    AUTHOR(s):       Cho, Y.M.  Park, D.H. 
    TITLE(s):        Higher-dimensional unification and fifth force. 
               In:   Il nuovo cimento delle societa italiana di fisic 
                     AUG 01 1990 v 105 n 8/9  Page: 817 
    AUTHOR(s):       Sardanashvily, G. 
    TITLE(s):        The Gauge Model of the Fifth Force (E,SUM). 
               In:   Acta physica Polonica,  B. 
                     AUG 01 1990 v 21 n 8  Page: 583 
    AUTHOR(s):       Schimdt, H.-J. 
    TITLE(s):        Fifth force, dark matter, and fourth-order gravity. 
               In:   Europhysics letters. 
                     AUG 01 1990 v 12 n 7  Page: 667 

    AUTHOR(s):       de Sabbata, Venzo  Sivaram, C. 
    TITLE(s):        Fifth Force as a Manifestation of Torsion. 
               In:   International journal of theoretical physics. 
                     JAN 01 1990 v 29 n 1  Page: 1 
    AUTHOR(s):       Timoshenko, E.G.  Sardanashvily, G.A. 
    TITLE(s):        Gauge model for the fifth force. 
               In:   Moscow university physics bulletin. 
                     1990 v 45 n 4  Page: 73 

    AUTHOR(s):       Hagiwara, Yukio 
    TITLE(s):        The fifth force-doubt about newton's gravitational law 
    Summary:         TEXT IN JAPANESE 
               In:   Chigaku zasshi = 
                     1990 v 99 n 3 n 904  Page: 263 
    AUTHOR(s):       Gasperini, M. 
    TITLE(s):        Phenomenological consequences of a direct fifth force
                       coupling to photons.                                       
               In:   Physical review.  D,  Particles and fields. 
                     NOV 15 1989 v 40 n 10  Page: 3525 
    AUTHOR(s):       Gasperini, M. 
    TITLE(s):        Fifth force and the gravi-magnetic hypothesis.. 
               In:   Physics letters:  [part A] 
                     OCT 02 1989 v 140 n 6  Page: 271 
    AUTHOR(s):       Fayet, P. 
    TITLE(s):        The fifth force charge as a linear combination of baryonic,
                       leptonic (or B-L) and electric charges.                    
               In:   Physics letters:  [Part B] 
                     AUG 17 1989 v 227 n 1  Page: 127 
    AUTHOR(s):       Mufti, A.  Kwong, N.H. Schaudt, K.J. 
    TITLE(s):        Search for the fifth force using Gauss's law. 
               In:   Physics letters:  [part A] 
                     JUL 31 1989 v 139 n 3 / 4  Page: 115 
    AUTHOR(s):       Bizzeti, P.G. 
    TITLE(s):        Search for a Composition-Dependent Fifth Force. 
    Summary:         A differential accelerometer consisting of a solid sphere
                       floating freely inside a stratified saline solution has
                       been used to search for a composition-dependent force,
                       originated by a mountain relief. No evidence of such a
                       force has been obtained.                                   
               In:   Physical review letters. 
                     JUN 19 1989 v 62 n 25  Page: 2901 
    AUTHOR(s):       T.M. Aliev,  Dobroliubov, M.I.  Ignatiev, A. Yu. 
    TITLE(s):        Do Kaon decays constrain the fifth force? 
               In:   Physics letters:  [Part B] 
                     APR 20 1989 v 221 n 1  Page: 77
    AUTHOR(s):       Riveros, C.  Logiudice, E. A.  Vucetich, H. 
    TITLE(s):        On differential fifth force measurements. 
               In:   Physics letters:  [part A] 
                     APR 17 1989 v 136 n 7/8  Page: 343 
    AUTHOR(s):       Kuroda, K.  Mio, N. 
    TITLE(s):        A Free Fall Interferometer to Search for a Possible Fifth
               In:   IEEE transactions on instrumentation and measure 
                     APR 01 1989 v 38 n 2  Page: 189 
    AUTHOR(s):       Faller, J. E.  Fischbach, E.  Fujii, Y. 
    TITLE(s):        Precision Experiments to Search for the Fifth Force. 
               In:   IEEE transactions on instrumentation and measure 
                     APR 01 1989 v 38 n 2  Page: 180 
    AUTHOR(s):       Stubbs, C. W.  Adelberger, E. G.  Heckel, B. R. 
    TITLE(s):        Gravitation and Astrophysics: Limits on
                       composition-dependent interactions using a laboratory
                       source: Is there a "fifth force" coupled to isospin?       
               In:   Physical review letters. 
                     FEB 06 1989 v 62 n 6  Page: 609 
    TITLE(s):        Alternate source of fifth force challenged. 
               In:   Science news. 
                     OCT 01 1988 v 134 n 14  Page: 214 
    TITLE(s):        The stimulation of the fifth force. 
               In:   Nature. 
                     SEP 29 1988 v 335 n 6189  Page: 393 

    One of the first "scientific" DOGMAS fed to new physics
    students is the doctrine about "projectile motion".  Students
    are given several formulas or equations from which they can
    precisely calculate how high and far a projectile will travel
    given its initial speed and angle from the ground.
    But the results are NOT so absolute as students are led
    to believe, even if they take into account air resistance and
    Coriolis effects.
    Recent experiments have shown that if the projectile is
    SPINNING at HIGH SPEED, (at least 27,000 RPM), [axis of spin
    coinciding with line of projection], the projectile will
    travel HIGHER and FARTHER than predicted by Newtonian mechanics!
    Similarly, experiments with falling gyroscopes have
    shown that a gyroscope whose enclosed rotor is spinning at
    high speed (about 27,000 RPM) falls AT A DIFFERENT RATE than
    when the same gyroscope falls with rotor NOT spinning.
    The AMOUNT of DEVIATION might depend on the MATERIAL
    COMPOSITION of the projectile or rotor, as suggested in the
    text of U.S. Patent #3,626,605, "Method and Apparatus for
    Generating a Secondary Gravitational Force Field", by Henry
    W. Wallace, Dec. 14, 1971.
    effectively DIS-PROVE the OVER-HYPED "General Theory of
    Relativity" which states that gravity results from a "warping
    or distorion of space" caused by the MERE PRESENCE of mass.
    - Robert McElwaine

    The late Henry W Wallace died april 1994. Fellow researchers at GE 
    were not "happy" with his research regarding gravitational fields.
    An interesting article was written in The New Scientist circa 
    1980 about Wallace's work.
    -- Ron Kita 

    Henry Wallace was an engineer at General Electric about 25 years
    ago, and developed some incredible inventions relating to the   
    underlying physics of the gravitational field. Few people 
    have heard of him or his work. 

      US Patent #3626605 -- "Method and Apparauts for Generating 
      a Secondary Gravitational Force Field"
      Awarded to Henry Wm Wallace of Ardmore PA   Dec 14, 1971

      US Patent #3626606 -- "Method and Apparatus for Generating a
      Dynamic Force Field"
      Awarded to Henry Wm Wallace of Ardmore PA   Dec 14, 1971
      US Patent #3823570 -- "Heat Pump" (based on technology 
      similar to the above two inventions)
      Awarded to Henry Wm Wallace of Freeport NY  July 16, 1973

    Wallace discovered that a force field, similar or related to 
    the gravitational field, results from the interaction of relatively
    moving masses. He built machines which demonstrated that this 
    field could be generated by spinning masses of elemental material 
    having an odd number of nucleotides -- i.e. a nucleus having a 
    multiple half-integral value of h-bar, the quantum of angular 
    momentum.  Wallace used bismuth or copper material for his 
    rotating bodies and "kinnemassic" field concentrators.  
    Aside from the immense benefits to humanity which could result
    from a better understanding of the physical nature of gravity, 
    and other fundamental forces, Wallace's inventions could have
    enormous practical value in countering gravity or converting
    gravitational force fields into energy for doing useful work.
    So, why has no one heard of him? One might think that the 
    discoverer of important knowledge such as this would be 
    heralded as a great scientist and nominated for dynamite 
    prizes. Could it be that his invention does not work? 
    Anyone can get the patents. Study them -- Wallace -- General 
    Electric -- detailed descriptions of operations -- measurements 
    of effects -- drawings and models -- it is authentic. If 
    you're handy you can even build it yourself. It does work. 

    So what is going on?
    One explanation I've heard is that Wallace ran up against
    the politics of science, as dictated in the late 1960's by 
    the power-block at Princeton, who were primarily interested in 
    promoting the ideas of their main man, Einstein, and the 
    gravitation-is-geometry paradigm. Maybe there is some truth 
    to this story. Nowadays, there seems to be a piss-pot full 
    of theoretical physicists working on abstract geometrical 
    theories and other absurdly difficult mental masturbations,
    while no one seems to have made any effort to provide a 
    theoretical explanation of the physics of a nuts-and-bolts 
    invention which could have enormous practical value.  
    Maybe we can blame it on the Princeton folks, but I'm more 
    inclined to believe that our defense industry black project 
    community has confiscated and suppressed knowledge of Wallace's 
    discoveries. All done of course under the most honorable and 
    sacred banner of national security. Well, it's been 25 years. 
    We ought to be real secure by now. Isn't it way past time for 
    some trickle down benefits to real people?

    There are two paragraphs about the Wallace inventions in the
    Electric Propulsion Study by Dr Dennis Cravens, prepared in
    1991. Cravens had this to say about Wallace's work:

      ROTATIONAL ALIGNMENT - Nuclei can also be aligned by rotation.
      Henry Wallace claimed some unusual effects assigned to electomagnetic
      and gravitational couplings. This was in three US patents (3823570,
      3626605, and 362606). The assertion was that the application of a
      rotational force on a material of half-integral spin would result
      in a reorientation of the nuclear structure and could be utilized 
      for "altering its gravitational attraction toward other bodies,
      separation of isotopes by distinguishing between nuclei according
      to their nucleon content..." The patents are written in a very
      believable style which includes part numbers, sources for some
      components, and diagrams of data.

      Attempts were made to contact Wallace using patent addresses and
      other sources but he was not located nor is there a trace of what
      became of his work. However, should the work be real it may furnish
      a novel experimental approach to experimental design. The concept
      can be somewhat justified on general relativistic grounds since
      rotating frames of time varying fields are expected to emit 
      gravitational radiation. Even if the work does not give a direct
      gravitational coupling it may furnish a new method for nuclear spin

    An article about the Wallace patents appeared in the British 
    magazine "New Scientist" in February 1980.  This was written 
    nearly ten years after Wallace was awarded his patents. 
    Here's a paragraph from the article.

        "Although the Wallace patents were initially ignored as
         cranky, observers believe that his invention is now
         under serious but secret investigation by the military
         authorities in the US. The military may now regret 
         that the patents have already been granted and so are 
         available for anyone to read."

    I know -- it's a tease. And the rest of the article is the
    same way. It provides barely enough information to jab your 
    psyche a little, and not nearly enough to get you off your 
    comfortable ass. And who knows who the anonymous party of 
    "observers" are, who believe that a secret investigation is 
    underway by the military -- or whether these observers even 
    exist at all. None the less, the New Scientist has a fairly 
    well established track record for accurate identification of 
    new science trends and issues. And, while the editors of this 
    British journal may be prone to enjoyment of gossip and 
    innuendo, it generally turns out be grounded in truth. 

    A.L.Buchachenko, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, 
    Russian Academy of Sciences
    4 Ul. Kosygina, 117334 Moscow, Russian Federation, Fax: +7(095)938-2156
       A property of spin selective reactions to sort the nuclei according to
       their spin and orientation, is discussed. The separation of spin
       (magnetic) and spinless (nonmagnetic) nuclei forms the basis for the
       magnetic isotope effect, the separation of nuclei according to their
       orientation and creation of nuclear alignment in reaction products is
       a basis for the chemically induced nuclear polarisation phenomenon.
       Bibliography - 50 references.
       Received 14 February 1995  

    From: spevak@TAUPHY.TAU.AC.IL
    Date: Tue, 30 Jan 1996 17:18:34 +0200
    Collective T- and P- Odd Electromagnetic Moments in Nuclei with Octupole
    Author(s): N. Auerbach , V.V. Flambaum , V. Spevak
      Parity and time invariance violating forces produce collective P-
      and T- odd moments in nuclei with static octupole deformation.
      Collective Schiff moment, electric octupole and dipole and also
      magnetic quadrupole appear due to the mixing of rotational levels of
      opposite parity and can exceed single-particle moments by more than
      a factor of 100. This enhancement is due to two factors, the
      collective nature of the intrinsic moments and the small energy
      separation between members of parity doublets. The above moments
      induce T- and P- odd effects in atoms and molecules. Experiments
      with such systems may improve substantially the limits on time
      reversal violation.
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