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HOW TO BUILD

FREE ENERGY

AND

ANTIGRAVITATIONAL

DEVICES AND SYSTEMS THAT UTILIZE

GRAVITATIONAL MASSFLUCTUATIONS

William S. Alek

INTALEK, INC., 3506 43

rd

Place, Highland, IN 46322-3129, USAPhone:(219) 924-2742http://www.intalek.com/ mailto:wsalek01@intalek.com

ABSTRACT:

The purpose of this paper is to reveal a portion of classical physics that contains an intrinsic

relativistic

phenomenon called Gravitational Mass Fluctuations. A correlation has been established between mass, inductors, andcapacitors, thereby linking gravity to electromagnetism. A simplified gravitational mass relativity model called NaturalRelativity (NR) Theory is presented and shown to be a primary gravitational effect. This theory is correlated toEinstein's Special Relativity (SR) Theory, and as a consequence, creates a new “Principle of Equivalence Theorem”and a secondary gravitational effect. A temporal rotation operator is introduced using Euler’s Identity, which shows the

complex

(i.e., time-future) motion of matter. The speed of light

c

, Planck's constant

h

, permeability

µ

0

, permittivity

ε

0

,Boltzmann's Constant

k

, electric charge

q

, and the Fine Structure Constant

α

are invariant between equipotentialsurfaces of gravity because the fluctuation or curvature of the parameters that compose these constants are shown toevaluate to unity gain. In other words, these constants remain constant anywhere with a given gravity well.Gravitomagnetic Theory shows that the magnetic field energy produced by a moving electron is equivalent to its’

special

relativistic

mass fluctuation, and therefore, is shown to couple to gravity. This motion can either have a typicalvelocity or a

complex

(i.e., time-future) velocity. If the velocity is

complex

, then the

special

relativistic

mass fluctuationof an electron is NEGATIVE, exhibit an antigravitational effect, and produce a

complex

(i.e., time-future) magneticfield. In addition, the total field energy of a

complex

magnetic field contained within a volume is NEGATIVE. In theBohr model of the Hydrogen atom, an Amperian Current is described as an electron circulating around a nucleus at a

relativistic

speed. This creates a magnetic induction emerging from the center of the nucleus. Canceling this field byapplying an external magnetic induction causes the velocity of the electron to become

complex

. The presence of NEGATIVE RESISTANCE, the production of NEGATIVE ENERGY, and the control of GRAVITY/ANTIGRAVITYoccur by fluctuating the mass of an object. The theory presents a conceptual breakthrough in energy and high-speedfield propulsion technology, and explores solutions based entirely within the framework of classical physics.

INTRODUCTION

Puthoff (1996) coined the phrase, “metric engineering”, and Puthoff, Little and Ibison (2002) consider the vacuumto be a polarizable medium, and that it can be expressed in terms of tensor formulations of curved space-time. Thebending of light passing near a massive object is caused by induced spatial variation in the refractive index of thevacuum near the object. This is correlated to changes in permeability

µ

0

and permittivity

ε

0

of the vacuum. Changesoccurring in the vacuum also affect the mass of objects, the length and bending of rulers, the frequency of clocks,the energy of light, etc. This paper links gravity with electromagnetism by presenting formulations of curved space-time in terms of classical physics, which are caused by

relativistic

fluctuations of mass

M

, inductance , andcapacitance of an object. For example, when an object with mass

LC M

naturally falls downward in a given gravitywell, its’

natural

relativistic

mass

M

increases due to Newtonian Gravitation, or universal mass attraction.Therefore, the new mass of an object is displaced to a new position within this well, and mass-energy remainsconserved. However, by converting this increase in

relativistic

mass

M

to energy, a force acts upon the object, and

Gravitational Mass Fluctuations INTALEK, INC. Rev 3.6

the new mass is now displaced to its original position that was higher vertically in the well. The object exhibits anantigravitational effect. The rate of change of this fluctuation could cause the speed of the object to easily

exceed

thespeed of light. This is because the

relativistic

gravitational mass of the object, which is shown to be convergent, ismoving at right angles to a

relativistic

inertial mass, which is shown to be divergent. Since the speed of the objectwith

relativistic

gravitational mass has no known upper limit, the resulting speed through deep space could beenormous and necessitates the use of the warp factor equation.

EVERYTHING IN THIS UNIVERSE IS CURVED!

SURFACE OFMOONSURFACE OFEARTHSAME OBJECT WITHMASS OF 1

kg

ANDVOLUME OF 1

m

3

r

g

0

g

MOON

r

EYEEYESAME OBJECT WITHMASS OF 1

kg

ANDVOLUME OF 1

m

3

CURVATUREDUE TOGRAVITY

OBSERVER ON MOONWOULD SEE SAMEOBJECT ON EARTH ASBEING MORE MASSIVEAND SMALLER IN SIZEOBSERVER ON EARTHWOULD SEE SAMEOBJECT ON MOON ASBEING LESS MASSIVEAND LARGER IN SIZE

FIGURE 1.

The same sphere changes in mass and size due to changes of gravity.

Shown above are two spheres with equal mass and size. Since the gravity of the Moon

MOON

g

is approximately 16the gravity of the Earth

0

g

, an observer on the Moon would measure an identical sphere on the Earth as having moremass and being smaller in volume. Likewise, an observer on the Earth would measure an identical sphere on theMoon as having less mass, and larger in volume. This is due to the curvature of space and time caused by universalmass attraction, or gravity. So,

relative

to an observer on the Earth, a 1 sphere of mass on the Moon has less massthan the same 1 sphere of mass on the Earth. And, a sphere of volume on the Moon is larger in size than thesame sphere of volume on the Earth. This

relativistic

change in mass and volume are referred to as

Gravitational Mass Fluctuations

, or

GMF

.

kgkg

3

1

m

3

1

m

THE MUTUAL EXCLUSION PRINCIPLE

Marmet (2001) considers “separately” the influence of a gravitational potential upon matter, and assumes for themoment that kinetic energy is zero. He’s

implicitly

invoking what I call the

mutual exclusion principle

, andtherefore, considers kinetic energy and gravitational energy independently. The

mutual exclusion principle

is a toolused to compute the curvature or fluctuation of various parameters related to

Gravitational Energy

systems. For

Kinetic Energy

systems, the following flux-based parameters mass

M

, inductor , and capacitor

C

, are invariantbetween

equipotential surfaces of gravity

L

Y

g

. However, for

Gravitational Energy

systems, and given anequipotential surface of gravity reference, the following temporal-based parameters

relativistic

mass

M

±∆

,

relativistic

inductor , and

relativistic

capacitor

L

±∆

C

±∆

, fluctuate or curve between equipotential surfaces of gravity. The kinetic energy of

Gravitational Energy

systems is assumed to be zero. By applying the product rule,the

mutual exclusion principle

is mathematically expressed as,()()

d dx dy z t x y y x y x x ydt dt dt

= = + = +

Where, the

Flux Coupling Term

is,()

z t y x

=

William Alek Page 2 8/12/2005

Gravitational Mass Fluctuations INTALEK, INC. Rev 3.6

And the

Gravitational Coupling Term

or temporal-based fluctuating system is,()

z t x y

=

The first term is regarded as kinetic or fluxes, and therefore, couples to inertia and is Newtonian-based. The secondterm is regarded as temporal, and therefore, couples to gravity and is non-Newtonian-based. This principle, whichhas been

implicitly

used for several centuries, excludes one term from the other. The fixed distance

y

+

and thechanging distance

y

+

or

y

+∆

are directed

towards

the center of gravity. The fixed distance

x

+

and the changingdistance

x

+

or

x

+∆

are directed

across

an equipotential surface of gravity.

GRAVITATIONAL MASS FLUCTUATION

M M

±

r r

∓

0

g y

−

y

+

FLUCTUATINGMASS

FIGURE 2.

The fluctuating mass of an object.

The

complete

ideal momentum model is composed of two terms,()()

Y Y Y M Y

dp d M v dvdM t M v M dt dt dt dt

= = = + = +

f

Y Y

v v M

(1)Where, the

Flux Coupling Term

is

Y

M v

, and mass

M

is invariant within any equipotential surface of gravity

Y

g

.The

Gravitational Coupling Term

is , and changing mass

Y

v M

M

fluctuates between equipotential surfaces of gravity.For a “mass fluctuating system”, the

Gravitational Coupling Term

is NOT zero Newtons. So, given an objecthaving mass

M

moving at constant velocity , or

Y

v

2

0

Y

v m s

=

, the

Flux Coupling Term

is,()0

M Y

t M v N

= =

f

(2)This removes the

Flux Coupling Term

, leaving only the

Gravitational Coupling Term

,(3)()0

M Y

t v M N

= ≠

f

Since

M

has units of resistance in

2

mNs m

, its direction of change could either be POSITIVE or NEGATIVE. If

M

is negative, it has units of negative resistance or,

2

0

M mNs m

<

(4)

William Alek Page 3 8/12/2005

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