Our Earth has its own propulsion system. Sounds absurd I know. I devised a DIY experiment that may provide insight into space itself - inertial propulsion as naturally occurring self-organizing structures that attach and propel planets, stars, galaxies, and provide the means for interplanetary travel.
This is not a theory. It’s a description of a simple experiment that can be conducted using yourself and a suitable mass. It may be possible for others to discover the same phenomena I did. Reproducibility of this phenomena is unknown. Levitation is not accomplished here - only some phenomena that relates to gravitation and inertia that may later allow for repulsion as more is learned.
In 1985 this human rotary experiment was conducted a few times a day and night, over a period of about a week. The reason I didn’t reveal this discovery was due to a sighting my mother made shortly after the experiments of an oblate craft rotating in place as she looked out the rear sliding glass door to the backyard. As I turned around in my chair, I observed the craft fading from view - no different than what can be accomplished with a lap dissolve in a movie. This left me with the impression that perhaps “they” are able to observe the phenomena this experiment produces. I’ve now (2013) decided to publish this description of the experiment due to failing health. There may be some errors in the description as I began writing down the experience a few months after the experiment. Hopefully enough is correct that will help obtain a result.
It started out with the simple (also common) notion that the development of centrifugal force (inertia or mass) is the result of a mechanism in another dimension. I would rotate a mass held in my hand and note the centrifugal force in the mass. Deciding to orbit the mass opposite to my own rotation came by accident.
WARNING: Experiment at your own risk. Should you consider giving it a try, I would suggest surrounding the area with cushioned gym or exercise mats in case you loose balance and take a fall. Also provide a carpet and additional rug to prevent breakage in the event the ball is dropped, which may occur in one mode of the experiment.
First, find a suitable mass. I used a ~9lb (4 kg) glass ball (“crystal ball“) about 6 inches (150mm) in diameter. Its density and transparency come in handy.
Stand on solid ground. There should be no voids underneath you like basements, apartment floors, or crawlspaces. In my experience, I have had no success with voids underneath. This experiment was conducted in a single level house with concrete slab over earth construction. The living room had a carpet and a thick wool rug over it. I was not wearing shoes. There was at least a 4ft radius around me with no obstructions. The location about 20 miles east of San Francisco with an elevation of about 100-130 feet.
NOTE: There are two steps in this experiment. It’s a sequence that must not be ignored, for it is vital towards any possibility of success. There is a self-organizing mechanism built-in to the vacuum of space that responds to this particular sequence.
Step 1: While standing still, hold the ball in your right hand . My elbow is near my waist and angled about 30 degrees. The ball is approximately 12 inches (30cm) outward from my waist. Just for info I’m 6’1” and weighed about 175-180 lbs at the time. Proceed to rotate yourself and the ball to the left (overhead view would be CounterClockWise or CCW). Keep the position of yourself and the ball constant, as if the two masses are a single rigid rotating unit. I just kept looking at the ball as I rotated while keeping it approximately in line with my center of gravity or waist. This is done for about three or more revolutions. Over 2 lbs of centrifugal force of the ball is generated. The rotation speed is under 1 rev / sec., because if I try 1 rev/sec velocity, it is uncomfortably fast for me and difficult to maintain a stable axis. So I can only say it was a reasonable velocity that I was comfortable with. Maintain as stable an axis of rotation as possible during these few revolutions. This completes the first step in the experiment.
Step 2: While maintaining rotation of yourself, begin to pass the ball hand to hand around your waist so that an orbit of constant velocity about your waist is established in the opposite direction of your own rotation. Do not wear loose clothing as the ball may snag and disrupt the orbit. The diameter of the orbit is reduced as compared to step 1 The need for a transition from a larger ball orbit diameter in step 1 to a smaller orbit diameter in step 2 was not determined. Now at this point I can only recommend to experiment with the final velocity of the ball, since the experiment might fail if the ball is brought to zero velocity wrt (with respect to) the earth. As for the final velocity, the ball should be rotating slowly CCW wrt earth and the experimenter rotating approximately the same velocity as in step 1 CCW wrt earth (all directions of rotation as viewed from above).
If successful, it is now necessary to impel the ball outward to maintain an orbit around your waist and prevent it from hitting your hips. When the ball acts like a true gravitational object towards your center (you feel an immediate tug of the ball towards your waist), a “mount” so to speak, has been established and it is now unnecessary to balance yourself for as long as this condition is present. It’s as if the experimenter is now affixed to an immovable spindle yet its presence is undetectable to the senses. It is not a gyroscopic-like force. There is no reaction force since the body and mass form a system that is positioned by way of a mechanism of inertia. If you do loose balance, then the session is a failure by possibly winding up with a final velocity of the ball of zero wrt earth. It is not necessary to find an exact velocity as there is some tolerance. There is an absolute minimum velocity for the experimenter‘s own rotation, however it's easy to be above it. To stop the experiment, halt all rotation, or reverse rotation of yourself and the ball for a couple of revolutions to help restore equilibrium quickly.
The experiment may be repeated in the opposite direction, starting out in the clockwise direction of rotation, or turning toward your right while holding the ball in the left hand.
WARNING: OTHER PHENOMENA MAY OCCUR WHEN CONDUCTING THIS EXPERIMENT IN THE CLOCKWISE DIRECTION (AS VIEWED FROM ABOVE) THAT CAN CAUSE INTENSE NASUEA AND POSSIBLY THE BUILDUP OF AN ENERGY THAT MAY CAUSE INJURY. IT IS NOT KNOWN IF CONDUCTING THIS EXPERIMENT SOUTH OF THE EQUATOR OR AT OTHER LOCATIONS ON EARTH HAS ANY EFFECT ON THE RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT WITH RESPECT TO DIRECTION OF ROTATION. FOR SAFETY CONCERNS, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AT LEAST A 4 FOOT RADIUS OF UNOBSTRUCTED AREA AROUND YOU. THE ADDED AREA MAY BE NECESSARY. IT HAS NOT BEEN TESTED FOR POSSIBILITY OF RADIATION EXPOSURE. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RESULT DUE TO THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS ARTICLE THAT HAVE CAUSED PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH, OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR ANY OTHER PROBLEMS THAT MAY ARISE FROM IT.
I observed visual phenomena in the CW rotation while conduced in a dark room with a light shining thru a doorway. Spokes can be seen. They consist of alternating dark/light ambient room light. The number of spokes was not noted. There is no motion of the spokes wrt Earth. Tungsten lighting appears overall as dimmed. I was able to tilt my head downward without loosing balance to see that the spokes become very tiny as they enter your body. When you look outward, the spokes become very large to the point of being unobservable. It is like a spatial transformation is taking place depending on where you looked. These spokes are part of a structure that functions like a mount within an invisible continuum of support. It’s not known what the size of this structure is, as it resides in the vacuum of space.
Another observation from the CW direction can also be made by suddenly halting all rotation. If you have been rotating CW with spokes showing for say about 20-30 seconds and then halt rotation, be prepared to dissipate the energy built up during rotation due to an interaction with an unknown internal activity of the earth. When I halted I dropped the ball on the rug and felt compelled to pace a circle about 6 ft. in diameter CCW. Hunched over and looking down, highly defined, light/dark light emitting amber colored sectors rotating at a few rpm CW wrt earth, perhaps more than 50 are observed occupying what would be the outer core whose proportions are as depicted in seismographic cross-sections.
Approximate appearance of outer core field
There is one stationary point of the circle approximately north at which a sector disappears and a new sector emerges, and then resumes rotation and continues on around. The inner core is seen as black, and the mantle is transparent. The floor of the room is seen beyond the outer core boundary. During this time I experienced extreme nausea while pacing a circle. It didn‘t feel like a conventional force, but as a compulsion without the sensation of pressure or torque. The sector rotation is probably not physical matter but as some kind of field.
As an alternative to halting all rotation, if direction of both yourself and the ball are suddenly reversed for several revolutions, be forewarned that the ball will be forcefully orbited around your waist for about 3 revs and so you want to avoid dropping it when the rotary force has gone out of the ball. It avoids the intense nausea and pacing. During this forced reversal, the glass ball is seen illuminated with an amber colored light from the outer core below.
After conducting the experiment a few times in the CW direction, I became sensitized to motion, especially while driving a car which I found fascinating This lasted a few days and then dissipated.
The experiment in the CCW direction was repeated while tilting the orbit of the ball. This resulted in walking in the direction of the tilt. However, nothing was sensed in terms of tactile force and just doesn’t seem like anything unusual is happening other than the weight of the ball and pressure of one‘s feet against the floor, hence the all encompassing nature of a mechanism of inertia.
A different experiment can be conducted with water and baking soda or other particulates suspended in water or perhaps some other fluid. The desired result is unlikely to occur.
A 6 inch stainless steel mixing bowl, hemispherical with flat bottom, is filled with water and placed in another larger bowl of water. A few tablespoons of baking soda were added to the mixing bowl water and then given a spin. After a few seconds, reverse the bowl by touching it lightly, slowing it with both fingers to hopefully form several waves spiraling outward, and then apply pressure and reverse the direction of the bowl where a single spiral becomes straightened with much turbulence. It is difficult to do without going off center. Usually upon reversal, spokes can be seen near the bottom of the mixing bowl but are somewhat cloudy and short-lived. There was an occurrence after several reversals where the baking soda was all against the wall of the bowl, forming a belt, from the surface to about 3/8” below and approximately 3/8“ radially. There was no baking soda on the bottom and the water was clear. Upon slowing and then reversal of bowl rotation, one of the spirals developed on the surface began to straighten out, and at that point the belt split into two diameters. The 2nd belt continuously reduced its diameter and was co-rotational with the bowl, with a somewhat irregular diameter, probably reflecting imperfections of the mixing bowl, converging towards the center with radial spokes expanding though not rotating, eventually forming a hub at the center. When completed, the structure resembles a featureless cartwheel that remained still wrt earth. Each equidistant spoke appeared to have a square cross-section that tapered towards the hub. Its appearance was perfect and symmetrical to the naked eye. The structure keeps the bowl from drifting off center and needs freedom of movement to establish its own center of rotation. When the momentum of the bowl decreased to a certain rate, the force of the structure that held the baking soda instantly disappeared and the baking soda fell to the bottom and the bowl drifted off center hitting the larger bowl’s rim.
Approximate appearance of structure
The development of this cartwheel-like structure in the bowl is similar to the two step sequence in the human rotary version and shows that the spokes seen in the CW human rotary experiment are probably connected to a hub and rim.
During one of the attempts in the human rotary experiment in the CW direction my rotational rate of the ball must have fallen below a certain rate, causing the experiment to fail, however at that instant of failure, the secondary converging ring was momentarily visible via ambient room light.
Some suggestions for documentation: Although no attempt was made, recording video using wearable video cams may capture visible phenomena. Spokes may be recorded by using a strobe light to capture sharp images while the experimenter is rotating.
What is common in both the human rotary and rotating bowl experiments is freedom for the mechanism to establish its own rotational axis. Restricting this freedom may result in failure.
The main idea is to establish basic rotation to form the "ring" portion of the mechanism. Then by reversing a portion of that rotation, a secondary ring and spokes are formed. Once this is accomplished, further experimentation may result in producing movement by way of this mechanism of inertia, possibly moving an object without applying an external force or reaction force.