Teaching, Analysis and Research
"Levitation in Earth's E-field" Technology
The Charged Capacitor is
essentially a Charged Particle
Consider, if you will, a simple high school physics
experiment. A glass rod that has been rubbed with wool is brought
into proximity with a metal sphere that is suspended by a thread
and allowed to swing freely. The metal sphere is attracted to the
charged glass rod. The explaination is simple. The charged glass
rod forces the like charges in the metal sphere to the opposite
side of the sphere and attracts the unlike charges in the sphere
toward itself. The charged glass rod induces a charge seperation
within the metal sphere, in effect, making the metal sphere a
capacitor. I believe this to be a simple experiment that
demonstrates the Biefield - Brown Effect. If the metal sphere
were replaced with a parellel plate capacitor, the capacitor
would be attracted toward the glass rod, or repelled from it,
depending on the charge polarity of the capacitor. The amount of
force would vary depending on the amount of charge density on
both the rod and capacitor.
The logical extention to this experiment is that Mr. T.
Townsend Brown was experimenting with charged particles within
the earth's natural electric field.
Since Mr. Brown's capacitors were close to the negetive plate
in the "earth -capacitor" they would tend to
move just as the metal sphere above did. Due to charge
seperation, in his case, the capacitor moves in the direction of
the positive plate.
That leads to another conclusion. A three plate capacitor
should be more effective than his two plate capacitors. A
negetive charge on the outer plates and a positive charge on the
interior plate. The outer plates shield the inner plate from the
earth's electric field, hence shield the positive plate from any
force. A three plate capacitor would behave more like a charged
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