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Title: Podkletnov's superconducting experiment and Znidarsic's transitional speed
Post by: void109 on February 09, 2011, 01:16:37 AM
I had posted this on quantumtransition.com in regards to the paper he (Lane Davis) had posted, Frank Znidarsic had also commented on this experiment in his paper(s).  The reason I am interested in getting an answer to this question is it is used as a supporting premise to the notion of the measured quantum transitional speed of the electron.  If you dont have any background on what I'm talking about here, I recommend reading the paper "Quantum Cold Case" at quantumtransition.com, and or watching the videos posted by user Seattle4Truth on youtube.    I haven't had a reply in four days, so I thought I'd throw it out here to see if anyone can shed some light on this question:


Quote from: original post from quantumtransition.com
During your videos, and in your paper (which I've been through a couple times, working on it), reference is made to Podkletnov's experiment. Specifically:

In much of the content, it is stated that the speed of transition is 1M m/s. Or 1Mhz Meters.

If I understood, it was then stated that Podkletnov was observing anomolous activity during his experiment, and, he was exciting his disc with a frequency of 3Mhz. And that disc had a diameter of 1/3rd of a meter.

The conclusion is drawn, 3Mhz @ 1/3rd of a meter is equivalent to 1Mhz meters or 1M m/s.

What I don't understand is what relevance the size of the disc is. The size of the disc does not have any bearing on the wave length of the electromagnetic excitation that is propagating through it, right?

Can someone help clarify this for me? Does it make sense that I'm finding this confusing? Is my confusion understandable?

I've been studying his paper for many weeks now, if the theory is sound, which by all accounts it appears to be to myself, this could very well lead us down the path of what is possible.  I have much skeptical apprehension toward it still, as the material is new to me.  It's worth looking into for anyone who's interested in energy research.
Title: Re: Podkletnov's superconducting experiment and Znidarsic's transitional speed
Post by: gravityblock on February 23, 2011, 05:01:43 AM
I had posted this on quantumtransition.com in regards to the paper he (Lane Davis) had posted, Frank Znidarsic had also commented on this experiment in his paper(s).  The reason I am interested in getting an answer to this question is it is used as a supporting premise to the notion of the measured quantum transitional speed of the electron.  If you dont have any background on what I'm talking about here, I recommend reading the paper "Quantum Cold Case" at quantumtransition.com, and or watching the videos posted by user Seattle4Truth on youtube.    I haven't had a reply in four days, so I thought I'd throw it out here to see if anyone can shed some light on this question:


I've been studying his paper for many weeks now, if the theory is sound, which by all accounts it appears to be to myself, this could very well lead us down the path of what is possible.  I have much skeptical apprehension toward it still, as the material is new to me.  It's worth looking into for anyone who's interested in energy research.

Quote from: Quantumtransition.com
During your videos, and in your paper (which I've been through a couple times, working on it), reference is made to Podkletnov's experiment. Specifically:

In much of the content, it is stated that the speed of transition is 1M m/s. Or 1Mhz Meters.

If I understood, it was then stated that Podkletnov was observing anomolous activity during his experiment, and, he was exciting his disc with a frequency of 3Mhz. And that disc had a diameter of 1/3rd of a meter.

The conclusion is drawn, 3Mhz @ 1/3rd of a meter is equivalent to 1Mhz meters or 1M m/s.

What I don't understand is what relevance the size of the disc is. The size of the disc does not have any bearing on the wave length of the electromagnetic excitation that is propagating through it, right?

Can someone help clarify this for me? Does it make sense that I'm finding this confusing? Is my confusion understandable?

I've been studying his paper for many weeks now, if the theory is sound, which by all accounts it appears to be to myself, this could very well lead us down the path of what is possible.  I have much skeptical apprehension toward it still, as the material is new to me.  It's worth looking into for anyone who's interested in energy research.

The range of the electric field is limited to the dimensions of the superconductor.  A superconductor completely expels magnetic lines of flux. The shortest magnetic flux line has a dimension equal to the circumference of the superconductor.  I hope this helps.  Znidarsic sometimes drops by in this thread I created, http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=10039.0

Znidarsic's website is very informative, http://www.angelfire.com/scifi2/zpt/index.html

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