New Evidence of Anti-Gravity (1989)

Possibility for the Complete Parity Breaking of Gravity
and the Existence of Anti-Gravity:
Evidence from Free-Fall Experiment Using a Spinning Gyro
by Hideo Hayasaka, Haruo Tanaka, Toshiyuki Hashida,
Tokushi Chubachi and Toshiki Sugiyama

Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University, Aobaku, Sendai 980, Japan
Matsushita Communication Ind. Co. Ltd., Midoriku, Yokohama 226, Japan


Free-fall experiment of a spinning gyro enclosed in a capsule has been conducted in order to investigate the topological effect of an object's spinning on the fall-acceleration. The topological effect is due to the gauge term of de Rham's cohomology which couples with the invariant angular momentum on a mirror transformation. The theory anticipates the generation of a twisted field that leads to the additional anti-gravity whose strength is different in lefthand and righthand spinning around an axis. For ten runs of the repeated fall experiments, in which each run consists of the fall-time measurements for the lefthand (VIEWED FROM ABOVE), righthand and no spinning about the vertical axis. The fall-acceleration g(R) of the right-spinning is significantly smaller than g(L) of the left-spinning at 18,000 rpm, with the latter being almost identical with g(O) of no spinning, without exception. Our experimental system is composed of the following main parts: (a) fall-tower of 300 cm in height, (b) five pairs of laser apparatus placed at upper, middle, and lower positions along the fall-tower, (c) two time-counters (two frequency-counters with accuracy of 10^(-6)sec ) which were inserted between the upper and middle position, and between the upper and lower position, respectively, (d) a gate circuit for (c), (e) an electro-magnet, and (f) a drive apparatus of a gyro whose rotor-mass, radius, and inertial moment are 175 g, 2.9 cm, and 969.5 gcm. Various techniques have been used in order to fall the capsule enclosing the gyro exactly along the vertical axis. The main results are summarized in the following: The mean value of the difference between g(R) and g(0), < g(R) - g(O) >, is = -0.1392 gal (0.0716 gal), and that for the left spinning is = 0.0029 gal (0.0663 gal). Furthermore, that for g(R) - g(L) is = - 0.1421 gal (0.0317 gal). where g(0) is the Earth's gravity-acceleration at Sendai (latitude=38.248 N, longitude=140.847 E, height=130.0 m), and the mean value for g(0) is = 980.0658 gal(0.0001 gal). The above experimental data are presented as mean value in gal (standard deviation in gal). The experimental results are completely free from systematic errors. Statistical evaluation has been also performed for the populations corresponding to the sample ensembles (the experimental data). The present experiment has confirmed our previous experimental results for the weight changes of three spinning gyros: The previous experiment showed that the RIGHT-SPINNING caused weight DECREASE in proportion to the number of rotations, while the LEFT-SPINNING showed NO WEIGHT CHANGE. The previous report was published in Physical Review Letters, 63, 2701-2704 (1989). Both the present and previous experiments suggest that the RIGHT-SPINNING GENERATES ANTI-GRAVITY, and also that the parity (the reflection symmetry on a mirror transformation) of gravity breaks down completely. The appearance of anti-gravity means the GENERATION OF POSITIVE ENERGY FROM THE VACUUM (i.e. the Aether). The detail of the present experiment will be published shortly in "Speculations in Science and Technology". And also, the present experiment will be reported in "International Conference on New Ideas in Natural Science", to be held by the Russia Academy of Science, St.-Petersburg, June 17-21, 1996. Furthermore, anti-gravity theory for a spinning object has been developed by Hayasaka, and published in "Proceeding of III Inter. Conf. on Space, Time, and Gravitation", held by the Russia Academy of Science, St. Petersburg, May 21-27, 1994. The proceeding was published by "Politechnika", (6, Inzhenernaya Str., St.-Petersburg, 191011, Russia), 1995. Publisher of "Speculations in Science and Technology (S.S.T)": Editor, Bryony Waltson Address, Chapman and Hall, 2-6 Boundary Row, London SE 8HN England Editor-in-Chief of the Journal (S.S.T): Dr. Akhlash Lakhatakia Address, Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, The Pennsylvania State University, 229 Hamond State University Park, PA 16802-1401 USA Address: Dr. T. Hashida Research Institute for Fracture Technology Tohoku University Aza-Aoba, Aramaki, Aoba-ku, Sendai, 980-77 Japan Fax 81-22-225-2263


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Comments - this report indicates that a righthand spin (viewed from above) causes a decrease in gravity interactions and thus a positive energy result.

This might be helpful to free energy or anti-grav researchers who need that small boost to kick their machines into overunity or successful operation.

It also indicates the twist that is often associated with Aether flows and subsequently with all energies which cascade down from the aether plenum.