Please, try to find a precise scientific explanation for how a spinning gyroscope can stay suspended while rotating (precessing) horizontally, and let me know, please.
There is also an excellent video embedded on this page:
When the spinning gyroscope is rotating (precessing) horizontally, there is no vertical component of its angular momentum to prevent it from falling under the force of gravity.
If the spinning gyroscope were to be rotating (precessing) horizontally at a high enough angular velocity, then in this new way it could possibly produce enough of vertical angular momentum to keep it suspended horizontally. However, this is not the case, because as you can see in the video, its angular velocity is too slow.
So, what keeps the spinning gyroscope from falling under the force of gravity while it is rotating (precessing) horizontally?
Clearly, spinning gyroscopes alone, by themselves do not produce any antigravity. So, where this hypothetical antigravity could possibly come from?
For now, let me just say that the above effect is produced by the horizontally spinning gyroscope which is under the influence of the Biefeld-Brown effect.
Mainstream scientists brash off any gyro “antigravity” effect as nonsense, saying that there is absolutely nothing anomalous there. Everything is fine. That is what plain gyros simply do! If we comb through all the gyro math, we will find no antigravity in them, nor anything else that could come close to “anomalous.” Neither we will find black holes, time travel, or spacetime in Newton’s gravity equation. Fortunately, there is mainstream empirical evidence demonstrating such anomalous effect. Several such experiments have been performed by Prof. Alexander L. Dmitriev, and their anomalous empirical results were described in his research papers: