SIMPLE ANTIGRAVITY EXPERIMENTS
If the experiments hold up, and there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that they will, the complete mathematical description of quantum gravity will slowly come later, in due time, in a fashion similar to Faraday-Maxwell developments. After all, Thomas Edison didn’t need all the math of quantum mechanics, or of Einstein’s photoelectric effect, or of de Broglie’s wave–particle duality, to make his lightbulb work.
In order to perform antigravity experiments we will need the following 3 components properly combined, oriented, and tuned:
rotor ( angular momentum ) ;
asymmetric capacitor ( inhomogeneous electric field ) ;
electromagnet (magnetic field).
However, if the above seems to be too difficult or too expensive, I suggest two much simpler, easier and far less expensive experiments :