In order to experimentally demonstrate physical existence of the magnetodynamic Lift, we need to build a simple device composed of the following cheap ready-made parts. The device will be sealed air-tight in a box to eliminate aerodynamic side effects. It means that it could fly even in the vacuum of outer space.
THE CLAIM — When powered by its internal AC motor, the box will take off and fly upward.
The Lift-producing cylindrical part of the magnetodynamic device (above) is composed of several ring magnets attached to a steel axis that is spun by an electric motor.
The magnetodynamic Lift results from combining angular momentum of the cylindrical part and its magnetic moment with Earth’s electric dipole moment, as per theprinciples of quantum antigravity. The device is also subject to fluctuations of the Carnegie curve.
The above cylindrical part of the device must be oriented horizontally at all times in order for Earth’s electric dipole moment vector to be perpendicular to the aligned vectors of angular momentum and magnetic moment.
Should the box be flipped 90′ on its side, such that the cylindrical part of the device be oriented vertically, there will be no Lift.
BELOW — Earth’s electric dipole moment vector (red arrow) :
The above parts are to be assembled as follows. The steel rod is to be inserted into a set of ring magnets ; pillow bearings are to be placed on the steel rod ; the V-belt sheave is to be attached to the steel rod.
In order for the Lift-producing cylindrical part of the magnetodynamic device (i.e. the above assembled parts) to be spun by an electric motor, the remaining parts below are to be assembled as follows.
The V-belt is to connect the above V-belt sheave with the Pagoda pulley of the below kit set. The kit set’s chuck is to be attached to the shaft of the AC motor.