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A Theory of the Podkletnov Effect based on General Relativity: Anti-Gravity

Force due to the Perturbed Non-Holonomic Background of Space

Dmitri Rabounski and Larissa Borissova

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*We consider the Podkletnov effect — the weight loss of an object located over a*

superconducting disc in air due to support by an alternating magnetic field. We

consider this problem using the mathematical methods of General Relativity. We

show via Einstein’s equations and the geodesic equations in a space perturbed by

a disc undergoing oscillatory bounces orthogonal to its own plane, that there is no

rˆole of superconductivity; the Podkletnov effect is due to the fact that the field of

the background space non-holonomity (the basic non-othogonality of time lines to

the spatial section), being perturbed by such an oscillating disc produces energy and

momentum flow in order to compensate the perturbation in itself. Such a momentum

flow is directed above the disc in Podkletnov’s experiment, so it works like negative

gravity (anti-gravity). We propose a simple mechanical system which, simulating the

Podkletnov effect, is an experimental test of the whole theory. The theory allows for

other “anti-gravity devices”, which simulate the Podkletnov effect without use of very

costly superconductor technology. Such devices could be applied to be used as a cheap

source of new energy, and could have implications to air and space travel.

superconducting disc in air due to support by an alternating magnetic field. We

consider this problem using the mathematical methods of General Relativity. We

show via Einstein’s equations and the geodesic equations in a space perturbed by

a disc undergoing oscillatory bounces orthogonal to its own plane, that there is no

rˆole of superconductivity; the Podkletnov effect is due to the fact that the field of

the background space non-holonomity (the basic non-othogonality of time lines to

the spatial section), being perturbed by such an oscillating disc produces energy and

momentum flow in order to compensate the perturbation in itself. Such a momentum

flow is directed above the disc in Podkletnov’s experiment, so it works like negative

gravity (anti-gravity). We propose a simple mechanical system which, simulating the

Podkletnov effect, is an experimental test of the whole theory. The theory allows for

other “anti-gravity devices”, which simulate the Podkletnov effect without use of very

costly superconductor technology. Such devices could be applied to be used as a cheap

source of new energy, and could have implications to air and space travel.