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Old 08-14-2014, 02:43 AM
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Momentum, inertia and the Aspden effect

I couldn't find a thread that dealt exclusively with momentum and inertia. So, here goes.
"But Einstein formulated the Principle of Equivalence stating that the inertial mass is always equal to the gravitational mass. Nobody has yet come up with a good physical reason for this equality. " This quote is from an interesting thread on a science forum. momentum vs. inertia -
Moving on, Aspden wrote about "virtual inertia"
If the aether will supply virtual inertia, then momentum can be "re-energised" with a lower energy cost. Aspden states that this virtual inertia energizes the mass no matter the direction. Since a rotating motor soon reaches a steady-state (speed), one would expect the virtual inertia to reach it's natural plateau and remain there until a "contribution" is called for to restart the motor.
A reciprocating device would make constant, repetitive demands for virtual inertia. Reportedly, the aether can absorb or assert inertia.

"It was explained that the law gave scope for generating forces in breach of Newton's Third Law. That could only mean that the aether could assert or absorb force and the book delved into the structure of that aether to show how it put action into quantum mechanics and provided a quantum theory of gravitation"
The Marinov Motor - Lecture by Harold Aspden
There have been experiments that seem to show a drag from aether;
"Jerry Shifman said that Feynman had an experiment in which a steel bar, free to spin on its axis, was placed in a vacuum inside a spinning barrel. When the barrel would spin, the bar would begin to spin. Why?"
The First Aether Conference

This is another post from a science forum;
"inertia is the measure of how much resistance matter has to acceleration. the more inertia something has, the less it wants to respond to forces and accelerate. This statement is mathematically stated a = F/m. Newtons second law. m is the measure of inertia, called (inertial) mass. The more force, the more acceleration. The more inertia, the less acceleration.

momentum is the product of inertia (m) and velocity (v). p=ma. it turns out that momentum is always conserved in any closed system. momentum is related to inertia, as you can see. The more inertia something has, the more momentum it has, when in motion.

You can think of momentum as the ability to exert a force for a time. That product, Ft is called impulse. The amount of impulse a body is able to exert is exactly the same as the amount of momentum it has.

That v square thing you mentioned has to do with kinetic energy. it is closely related to momentum (and in fact, in SR they are the same), but it is subtly different.

Whereas momentum is mv, kinetic energy is 1/2mv<sup>2</sup>. whereas momentum is the ability to exert a force for a time (impulse), energy is the ability to exert a force for a distance, Fd. this is called work.
energy is also conserved."

OK, so if virtual inertia can add a force contribution to momentum, this contribution can generate actual force.
The Skinner drive seems to have a reciprocating element;
Sixto Ramos has reciprocation. Chalkalis too. The Feltonberger water pump is pendulum.
It seems that oscillation draws in more virtual inertia than revolution.

Terawatt seems to have come up with a rotary device that creates a LOT of mechanical oscillation.
The third body (6) is a Magnetic Oscillation Device that amplifies the interaction between the first body (4) and second body (5).
Here is the page with the picture; Magnetic Drive / Magnetic Torque and Speed Enhancement Device

The way that they create the oscillation is to have 2 wheels with different diameters BUT, the same number of magnets. The first wheel is heavy. The second is as light as possible.
Speculate that the first wheel has 10 magnets 3/4 wide and full width. Picture the second wheel with 10 of the same magnets. The second wheel would accelerate to alignment and then decelerate. That is why both wheels have a rotational reference mark. The second wheel is light to allow it to jump to it's next alignment. This constant accel/decell calls on the virtual inertia to make up the difference in momentum.

The device at the end of the shaft that looks vaguely like 2 butterflies is a magnetic dampener. The first butterfly is locked to the common shaft of the light wheel. The second butterfly is on an independent shaft. You can see that it has 2 bearings. The flat faces of intersection on the butterfly have magnets in apposition. N/N or S/S
The virtual inertia enters the system at the light secondary wheel. The butterflies dampen this oscillation AFTER the virtual energy has entered.
It's an elegant system and might lend itself to a mobil application.

I have a Hatem device with 4 rotors. I would like to hook that up to the Terawatt device to see what kind of torque increase I could get. Maybe someday.
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