SmartSPIN X2 TECHNOLOGY
EXPLORING INERTIAL PROPULSION USING GYROSCOPIC MOTION
UPDATED: July 14, 2007
We are told by the scientific establishment we live in a universe governed by Newtonian mechanics.
NEWTON'S THIRD LAW: For every action, there's an equal and opposition reaction.
So, according to Georgia State University hyperphysics website:
"... All forces in the universe occur in equal but oppositely directed pairs. There are no isolated forces; for every external force that acts on an object there is a force of equal magnitude but opposite direction which acts back on the object which exerted that external force. In the case of internal forces, a force on one part of a system will be countered by a reaction force on another part of the system so that an isolated system cannot by any means exert a net force on the system as a whole. A system cannot "bootstrap" itself into motion with purely internal forces - to achieve a net force and an acceleration, it must interact with an object external to itself. ..."
But is this true? Are we being told the truth? What would break the symmetry of oppositely directed pairs of forces? How would we do it? The correct answer is given a closed system that exhibits an imbalance of internal isolated forces in three dimensional space, the same system exhibits a balance of forces in four dimensional space.
The SmartSPIN X2 is such a closed system that exhibits this type of effect! But why?
Could it be that the opposing reacting force component is directed as a torque or moment producing a torsion field that acts antigravitationally? Is the torsion field effect caused by a change in angular momentum, or a change in the spin of fundamental particles? How does this affect the inertia of a closed system? Is a change in inertia a change in mass? How does this affect the effect of Special Relativity?
Lets look further into the details...
Figure 1. The SmartSPIN X2 experiment.
Figure 2. The SmartSPIN X2 undergoing tests in a motel room in Rockford Illinois.
My source of inspiration for building the X2 came from two sources. The work of Otis T. Carr's Flying Machine who was inspired by Nikola Tesla and my Diagravitic Experiment inspired by the NAZI Bell Experiment. Carr built a working model of the X1 around the year 1959. Fig. 3 below shows the X1 being tested.
Figure 3. The X1 built by Otis T. Carr (circa 1959).
Fig 4. shows the internal detail of the Carr's X1 machine. Its interesting to note Carr's prototype craft was 6' in diameter and used an array of six gyroscopes, which he called a "Regenerating Accumulator", or the UTRON.
Figure 4. Cross section view of the X1.
Figure 5. Inner detail of the X1.
Figure 6. A high voltage is applied to the X1.
With the application of a high voltage to Carr's X1, the device functioned, I believe, as an electrostatic motor. There's a question of safety when using high voltages, however. Electronic components are quite sensitive, vulnerable and easily damaged by these high potentials.
But, what is the fundamental operating principle behind Carr's X1 machine? I believe its the spinning system of gyroscopes!
Lets look further into the fundamental operating principle of Carr's Flying Machine as described on the KeelyNet website:
This shows how gyroscopic motion can produce a thrust as represented by the following diagram:
As you can see with Carr's gyros being at 45 degrees the 'beams of force' would be directed to collide at the center above the space craft. Directional control would be by reducing or increasing the speed of one or more gyros on the side you wished to travel, causing the craft to 'dip' into that direction.
This requires further exploration!
The Design of SmartSPIN X2
Now, the X2 used an array of four super precision gyroscopes available from Brightfusion Ltd located in the UK.
The Super Precision Gyroscope is an all new gyroscope, designed and built to the highest precision from the very start. Made from SOLID brass and aluminum with carefully chosen miniature high-grade bearings. Tests have shown it runs almost silently for up to 7 minutes, 4 minutes for experiments ( electric motor detached ). The gyroscope can be configured into a number of positions to perform scientific experiments.
The included electric starter spins the gyroscope up to speed (12,000 rpm approx.), leaving you to do experiments with the high speed spinning gyroscope that spins for up to 4 minutes. Spin times of over 7 minutes can be achieved without electric motor detached.
The gyroscope comes with 2 x 50 mm long stainless steel extension rods, 2 x ball ends, 1 x slotted end. The rods when screwed together will extend 100mm, they can be screwed in other positions to create gimbals etc. There are 7 places on the frame of gyroscope that the attachments can be screwed into.
Set Includes: Gyroscope, Electric motor, 2 x 50 mm long stainless steel extension rods, 2 x ball end, 1 x slotted end. Battery Pack (Batteries not included).
Specifications Total Weight: 345g approx Gyroscope weight without motor : 145g approx Weight of brass disk alone (with shaft) : 112g approx Aluminum casing, bearings and shaft weigh : 33g approx Motor Amps (at start up): 2.5 amps Motor Amps (at full rpm): 0.5 amps Motor Voltage with standard batteries: 5.8 volts Batteries: Four 'AA' batteries Outer frame diameter: 62.5mm approx Brass disk diameter: 53mm approx Brass disk thickness: 12mm approax Motor length: 58.2mm approx Motor diameter (at largest point): 28.1mm approx
Operating The SmartSPIN X2
I observed and recorded a weight loss of up a half a pound when I operated the X2. Fig 7 clearly shows this loss of weight. It was interesting to note that only a loss of weight was observed and at NO time did the scale indicate an increase in weight during the entire operation of the X2. I think I'm on to something! A MAJOR discovery no doubt.
Figure 7. Test results of the SmartSPIN X2.
Listen to the sound of the X2 running (click on image):
Watch the X2 running (click on image):
Watch the loss of weight of a running X2 (click on image):
CONCLUSION: Close examination of the video above shows ONLY a loss of weight that occurred when the X2 was operated. At NO time during this operation did the scale indicate an increase in weight, a weight above its static weight of 18.5 lbs. I suspect this is a violation of Newton's Third Law of equal and opposite forces, and that an imbalance of forces exists. The forces are finally brought into balance through a torsion or moment effect, a torsion field effect, if you will. This torsion effect is directed antigravitationally, or acts against the force of gravity, resulting in a loss of weight. This loss, I believe, is due to the opposing spin of the gyroscopic rotors, a quantum entanglement of rotors, leading to a decrease in inertia of the spinning system. This effect is further "amplified" by rotating the entire assembly.
This conclusion warrants further investigation!
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