Jerry Decker, founder of KeelyNet (KeelyNet.com), is a veteran of the quest for authentic free energy, gravity control and electronic health technologies. For over 20 years, he has tirelessly promoted the active sharing of useful and interesting information on both orthodox and alternative science. Not surprisingly, his pioneering website has inspired a host of imitators, but there is still only one KeelyNet and only one Jerry Decker. Atlantis Rising is proud to welcome his regular comments on free energy, gravity control, alternative science, and more to this space. —ED
Classical physics dictates, declared PBS.org and other mainstream news outlets, in July, that, in order for something—like a spaceship—to move, conservation of momentum requires that it has to exert a force on something else.
A person on roller skates, for example, pushes off against a wall; a rocket accelerates upward by propelling high-velocity, combusted fuel downward.
In practice, this means that space vessels like satellites and space stations have to carry up to half their weight in propellant just to stay in orbit. That bulks up their cost and reduces their useful lifetime.
With that in mind, inventor Guido Fetta has designed what he calls the “Cannae Drive,” which he claims creates momentum without pushing against seemingly anything at all. He recently convinced a team at NASA to test it. Their findings were presented at a conference in July.
The NASA team, using a torsion pendulum, or a device that can measure minute forces, found that Fetta’s drive created 30-50 micro-newtons’ worth of thrust. That’s not a lot of force—even one whole Newton is less than the weight you feel in your hand when you hold an iPhone—but according to the laws of classical physics, Fetta’s device shouldn’t have produced any at all.
Fetta, an independent inventor with a background in chemical engineering, explains that the drive is a “superconducting resonating cavity.” According to him, the cavity is designed with little wells along the bottom edge to trap electrons, so that when electromagnetic waves bounce around inside the cavity, more electrons push up on the top surface of the cavity than push down on the bottom. This imbalance, Fetta says, creates upward thrust.
In the paper, NASA seemed reluctant to dive into the drive’s mysterious physics. The authors wrote nothing to suggest how, exactly, the force was produced. In fact, the mysterious drive actually worked even when they modified it in such a way it shouldn’t have produced any thrust, suggesting the mechanics of the system are hazily understood. The one exception was a reference, in the paper’s abstract,
to a possible interaction with the “quantum vacuum virtual plasma.” David Hambling, writing for Wired.co.uk, explains what that might mean:
This […] implies that the drive may work by pushing against the ghostly cloud of particles and anti-particles that are constantly popping into being and disappearing again in empty space.
A similar “microwave thruster” drive, proposed by British engineer Roger Shawyer, was tested last year by a Chinese team. Those results were largely dismissed. NASA’s results, though, seem to lend some credence to the idea that supposedly impossible “unbalanced forces” can actually result in momentum.
Here are a few other related projects currently under investigation:
Inertial Drive in Space: A practical implementation of a
unidirectional drive system which the Chinese are also using for space drives, does not provide enough power for lift, just maneuvering at this point, but the concept is really neat, redirecting rotational force into a preferred direction, up, down, sideways.
Microwave Space Drive: The working prototype is an engine that generates thrust purely from electromagnetic radiation, microwaves to be precise, by exploiting the strange properties of relativity. It has no moving parts and releases no exhaust or noxious emissions. Potentially, it could pack the punch of a rocket in a box the size of a suitcase. It could one day replace the engines on almost any spacecraft.
Chinese EmDrive—While space drives tend to rely on Newton’s laws of motion, the EmDrive is a closed, conical container that has a net thrust toward the wide end when filled with resonating microwaves. This goes against Isaac Newton, who said that no closed system could have a net thrust. However, EmDrive works because the microwaves have a group velocity (the speed of a collection of electromagnetic waves) that is greater in one direction than the other.
‘One bubble in a frothy sea of bubbles’
A series of experiments could shed new light on the ‘multiverse.’ Theory claims ours is just one universe among many. Researchers hope the experiment will be a proof of principle and show the multiverse can be tested.
The term ‘multiverse’ was invented in December 1960 by Andy Nimmo, then vice chairman of the British Interplanetary Society. It is based on the theory of eternal inflation, which suggests that shortly after the Big Bang, which is said to have formed the universe, space-time expanded at different rates in different places.
According to eternal inflation theory, this gave rise to bubble universes that may function with their own separate laws of physics. The idea of other universes out there may seem strange, but scientists say it can help solve some problems of fundamental physics.
For instance, the longstanding mystery of why nature appears to be fine-tuned for the emergence of life can be explained by the picture of a multiverse. Some scientists argue that intelligent observers exist only in those rare areas in which the conditions happen to be just right for life to evolve. The rest of the multiverse remains barren, but no one is there to notice it.
Researchers at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Canada say the theory of multiple universes stems from the idea of there being a vacuum in the beginning of time. The vacuum simmered with energy (variously called dark energy, vacuum energy, the inflation field, or the Higgs field).
“Like water in a pot, this high energy began to evaporate—bubbles formed,” they explain. Each bubble contained another vacuum, whose energy was lower, but still not nothing. This energy drove the bubbles to expand.
Inevitably, some bubbles bumped into each other. It’s possible some produced secondary bubbles. Each of these bubbles was a universe.
“In this picture, our universe is one bubble in a frothy sea of bubble universes,” the team says. The theory arises from the idea of cosmic inflation that the universe expanded very far, very fast after the Big Bang. While this is the most widely accepted theory of universe formation, it has never been proved—something the researchers believe they could change.
Dimming Local Gravity
This GoFundMe project (http://www.gofundme.com/cn2yds) is where I am seeking funding on the Internet to rediscover how to control the flow of gravity into local mass to produce weight reduction for practical use, based on my own discoveries of gravity and how it works. NASA and other space companies have failed to focus beyond primitive rockets.
My approach is radically different. I have lectured about it and written about it many times since about 1982, and I have numerous correlations from reported antigravity experiments that my theory is correct.
To date, I have carried out five tests (two in Dallas and three in Mexico) that all failed, because in Dallas my neighbors complained and in Mexico, my equipment was too old and primitive. I am using as test masses a ten-inch, solid granite cube; an eight-inch, solid limestone cube ($500 for both); several iron ball bearings from train wheels; and other old equipment.
We must learn to use the natural properties of gravity. People will be stunned when they find how easy it is to do and how little energy it takes after determining the correct geometries and velocities. The ancients did it without all the high tech we have available today.
Imagine how the world can be rejuvenated when we discover how to reduce local weight (and inertia) in any transport mechanism—cars, buses, trains, jets and airplanes, rockets, and boats as well as the ability to fly ourselves without an aerial craft surrounding us.
Along with gravity control, not only do we learn to engineer and manipulate the ether/zpe (zero point energy) influx, but we will also learn how to use this infinite noncombustible energy source to provide us with ‘perpetual batteries’ that never discharge and that will work anywhere to power our devices—no more grid power, just a perpetual battery in each appliance.
What’s in it for you, you might ask? I have no interest in becoming fabulously wealthy or profiting from this discovery. With a successful prototype I plan to freely post a “proof of principle” document on many sites and forums and other media sources that will show anyone how to reduce the weight of a local test mass.
I plan on YouTube videos to show how to do it yourself, and if you choose to scale it up or go into business using the technology, go for it. My goal is to let this discovery change the world. Contributors who help me bring this about will receive quarterly emails letting you be the first to learn what has been tested and the results. Your contribution will include first notification of where to find the proof of principle construction and test details once completed.
Quite simply, Gravity is NOT a pull; Gravity is a PUSH from the zero point energy field of space into mass—a pressure from space pushing mass together. This means we can control the zpe/influx to dim gravity just as we control the flow of current to dim light.
One of many, many clues for you to think about: “Stone floats in air as iron floats in water,” which refers to Elisha’s floating axe head of the Bible.
To be continued…