Let there be light!!!

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    • Let there be light!!!

      Thought experiment:
      If you have an electron gas, which consist of just electrons, and you would control the axis of the spin of all the electrons, would the amount of inertia needed change. Some of the old vacuum tubes I believe had electron gas, plus a high magnetic field like in a MRI would be needed to control the spin of the axis of the electrons. So if this could all be put together and rotate the electrons gas through 360 degrees from pole to pole and back would the amount of inertia needed vary???

      Gyroscope’s unexplained acceleration may be due to modified inertia.
      When a spinning laser gyroscope is placed near a super-cooled rotating ring, the gyroscope accelerates a bit in the same direction as the ring, and scientists aren’t sure why.
      Read more at: phys.org/news/2011-07-gyroscope-unexplained-due-inertia.html

      The Tajmar effect.
      Martin Tajmar – Gravitomagnetism Research | Wiki
      Following the work of Podkletnov, physicist Martin Tajmar, a professor of space propulsion studies at Dresden University of Technology, produced anomalous inertial effects (generation of small amounts of thrust or momentum) by spinning superconductive tori, as well as spinning superfluid helium. In the experiments performed by Tajmar and his research team, spinning superconductive rings and superfluid helium (both at a temperature of 4 kelvins), produced an acceleration in a laser gyroscope positioned above the apparatus (but not in direct contact with the apparatus). That is to say, the laser gyroscope itself experienced a minute acceleration in the same direction of rotation of the spinning superconductive discs (gyroscopes are used to detect accelerations and changes in orientation)
      Interestingly, the effect only occurred when the superconductors and liquid helium were spinning in a clockwise direction, but not counter-clockwise. Tajmar has theorized that in the Southern hemisphere the counter-clockwise direction should produce an acceleration in the laser gyroscope in the direction of rotation of the apparatus while no similar acceleration will be observed for the clockwise direction of rotation, as occurs in the Northern Hemisphere. This is an important detail, as it is absolutely consistent with Haramein’s amendment of Einstein’s field equations where torque and Coriolis effects are considered. Tajmar’s experiment therefore confirms that the structure of spacetime has Coriolis dynamics present due to fundamental torque as the result of a gradient in the vacuum energy density producing the gyroscopic rotational effects of a body, such as the earth.
      Although the effect is small — with an acceleration on the order of 3 +/- 1.2 x 10-8 times the acceleration of the ring in the clockwise direction — it is pointing to effects beyond Newtonian-based thrust production that can potentially be utilized for advanced propulsion and inertial modulation technologies. Moreover, Tajmar has shown the same anomalous acceleration effects not only in niobium rings, but aluminum and stainless steel as well, leading him to posit that the effect may be a result primarily of the spinning superfluid helium used to cool the materials to 4 kelvins. Further testing may result in a mechanism for advanced space propulsion using propellant-less drives.
      The Tajmar experiments and positive results therein can be regarded, indirectly, as an independent verification of Podkletnov’s experiments demonstrating that gravitational modulation and inertial effects can be achieved by spinning toroidal magnetic and electric fields.

      Why DARPA Is Betting a Million Bucks on an “Impossible” Space Drive.
      “Rather than microwaves, the experiments to validate McCulloch’s theory will use light with one experiment traveling in a loop and another with a laser bouncing off asymmetrical mirrors.”