A

bbreviated Report on Prof. Seiki about the use of the G-Energy

Professor Shinichi Seiki, Uwajima City, Ehime Prefecture, Japan, developed a somewhat more

elaborate theory of the Lorentz-Force, incorporating the use of the "ether."

Starting with the so-called "Kramer-equation," which describes the movements of atoms in the

presence

of

exterior

electrical

and

magnetic

fields-the

basic

components

of

the

Lorentz-
force-Professor

Seiki

conceived

of

the

possibility

of

creating

"negative

gravitational

energies" by utilizing a suitable electro-magnetic field.

Currently, in a process called NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance), we only utilize the charges

in

spatial

electron

spins

due

to

the

application

of

magnetic

fields.

The

substance

to

be

examined

is

placed

in

high

frequency

field,

and

we

observe

energy

absorption

effects

peculiar to the frequencies typical of a given molecule of matter.

Seiki

went

one

step

further

and

introduced

NER

(Nuclear

Electrical

Resonance),which

influences both the polar and the axial spin. Polar spin, he claimed, is directly related to

the gravitational field.

Describing

rotating

electrical

AC

field

superimposed

on

DC

magnetic

field,

he

claims

that

an

exponential

increase

of

"negative

gravitational

energies"

occurs

at

certain

resonance

frequency.

This

means

that

energy

from

the

earth-gravitational

field

enters

the

system

of

the

secondary

artificial

field

created

by

the

anti-gravitational

motor.

The

negative G-energies cause a weakening of the earth-gravitational field,ultimately cancelling

it altogether. Further depolarization then causes the vehicle to be repulsed by the larger

gravitational body (earth).

It seems that the reason Prof. Seiki's NER effects have not been "officially" utilized, is

that nuclear electrical resonance can only occur only at extremely high electrical voltage

simultaneously with ultra-high AC frequencies.

Below

this

threshold,

the

probability

of

negative-G-energy

conditions

is

extremely

small.

Above this critical frequency (also called - "Larmor Frequency"), the effect of this type of

gravity

engine

is

also

dependant

upon

the

electro-magnetic

polarization

potential

of

materials used.

Professor

Seiki

proposes

ferromagnetic

substances,

such

as

ferrit

and

ferromagnetic

materials such as barium-strontium-titanate. In his design, three spherical condensers are

alternately charged and discharged by three magnetic coils. At first glance, the entire idea

seems to be just another "perpetuum mobile."

However,

the

only

energy

transformed

used

is

that

of

gravitational

energy

into

mechanical

and electrical and vice-versa.

Seiki calculated a power output of 3*10^9 KW for an anti-gravity engine, using one ton each

of ferrit and barium-strontium-titanate for design. This is more than the total output of a

Saturn rocket, but, even so, Seiki's vehicle could carry a payload of about one ton!

Professor Seiki's work does seem to be taken seriously, as attested to by the fact that DR.

WERNHER

VON

BRAUN

considered

it

of

sufficient

interest

to

discuss

it

personally

with

him

during one of Von Braun's trips to Japan.

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Excerpted from Professor Shinichi Seike's book,

"The Principles of Ultra Relativity".

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The Transistorized Coil: A Novel, Clean Energy Tool

As calculated by Lev Davidovich Landau, Nobel laureate in Physics (1962) g strain energy

(also known as the Landau g factor) of:

w = (-g²)/(8nk[erg/cm^3]),

(1)

is stored throughout the entire terrestial space, where:

g = 980 cm/sec²,

and k stands for Newton's g constant of:

k = 6,670 x 10^-8 dyn. cm²/g.

With this in mind, it is known that the energy of:

w = -5.4 x 10^11 erg/cm^3

(2)

is present in our terrestial space. This energy is available and could become a clean energy

source and be potentially more available than Nuclear Fusion.

It has been, however, difficult to convert g strain energy into electric power because it is

in

state

of

negative

energy.

One

is

reminded

that

in

Paul

A.

M.

Dirac's

Theory

of

Particles and Anti-Particles, there are four states of entity:

1) Occupied state of positive energy (e. g., electrons);

2) Unoccupied state of positive energy (e. g., "holes" as treated in

Semiconductor Physics);

3) Occupied state of negative energy;

4) Unoccupied state of negative energy (e. g., positrons)

States 2) and 3) are in a negative energy state, while states 1) and 4) are considered to be

in a positive one. From this, one knows that it is necessary to convert the g strain energy

into power with "holes" (the unoccupied state of the electron). Now, in reality, g strain

energy is composed of "holes", as is illustrated schematically in Figure 1.

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Figure 1

The g Strain energy absorber

A closed amplifier (transistorized coil) can be designed to absorb the gstrain energy. As is

known, the p type of semi÷conductor carries "holes"(unoccupied state of electrons). In order

to

absorb

strain

energy,

such

material

is

required.

Though

semi÷conductor

coil

is

desirable, it is difficult to obtain. Hence, a transistorized coil is selected since either

silicon or germanium may be used as transistors.

As is shown

in Figure

2, an

ordinary amplifier is open. The signal is amplified at the A

stage, amplified again at the B stage and finally at the C stage, and then terminates. At

this time, it is appropriate to design a closed amplifier as shown in Figure 3, in which the

signal

is

amplified

by

the

stage

again,

after

it

is

done

with

A,

and

C.

Such

amplification can continue, giving the device aname that is chosen as "Endless Amplifier",

and

which

demonstrates

some

interesting

characteristics.

One

characteristic

is

displayed

with

the

circuit

diagram

in

Figure

4,

where

three

2SC521

A's

form

the

closed

amplifier.

Detection

of

oscillation

shows

that

the

frequency

of

this

circuit's

system decreases

with

time, as indicated in Table 1.

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NPN Transistor

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T: SC521A

C: 0.1µF

Supply: 15V 3A (DC)

R1: 500O

R2: 7.5kO

R3: 10O (10W)

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Figure 4

Often it is discused in quantum physics that the energy of quanta is proportional to angular

frequency such that:

W = (h/2 ) .

(3)

W = h f

(4)

where h/2 , h and . stand for Planck's constant, Planck's one and the angular frequency of:

. = 2

(5)

respectively. This result maintains that the energy of the system decreases with time by

absorbing negative energy of g with transistors.

An example of the transistorized coil is shown on the following Photo (2SC521A x3).

The experimental specifications are:

- Collector potential (B potential): 5 V DC (stabilized)

- Cycle counter FC756 by Trio Limited

- Impedance Matching: 50O

. Attenuation: 1/10

- 2SC521A = Silicon NPN Triple Diffused MESA Transistors

- Date: Jannuary 26, 1981.

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Time

Frequency

Time

Frequency

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13:51

1.2767 MHz

14:01

1.2666 MHz

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1.2710

02

1.2661

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53

1.2707

03

1.2658

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54

1.2701

04

1.2655

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55

1.2695

05

1.2651

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56

1.2689

06

1.2648

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57

1.2684

07

1.2645

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58

1.2680

08

1.2642

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59

1.2678

09

1.2639

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14:00

1.2670

10

1.2636

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Table 1

Overefficiency of the transistorized coil

The oscillation potential exceeds theortical values as the input potential increases.

The transistorized coil is, at the same time, a threephase oscillator,

where stages A, B and C become the 3 terminals for the threephase current,

as in the following Figure 5:

If one feeds in DC voltage between the lines, AC potential must be DC/2 to the single phase,

while it in turn must be (DC/2)x3 between the phases (for example, between A and B) to the

threephase current.

In

the

following

Table

2,

the

theoretical

value

is

compared

with

acutal

output,

with

the

resultant percentage efficiency:

IN (DC volt)

10

15

(DC/2) x 3 (volt)

4.33

8.66

13.0

OUT (volt)

3.3

7.2

21.0

Efficiency (%)

76

83

162

Table 2

Thus, low input (DC) leads to lower efficiency. But the percentage efficency exceeds 100%

when one feeds in, for example, a 15 volt DC, which evidently shows that the "holes" have

managed to flow into the transistorized coil (or,the "Endless Amplifier").

Some features of the novel energy

This

energy

is

quite

different

from

ordinary

electrical

power

because

it

is

negative.

It

will have a low temperature, since the thermal energy of negative energy can be computed to

be:

kT < 0,

where k and T denote the Boltzmann constant and the Kelvin temperature,respectively.

The transistorized coil would scarcely emit heat when a large "hole" current flows; it is

quite

clean.

Yet,

the

magnetic

field

can

be

generated,

since

"hole"

owns

charge.

Physicists have intuitively felt that g energy would not be easily melt, since it is frozen

onto the background space. This has, indeed been true as one uses an ordinary copper coil.

However,

the

use

of

transistorized

coil

makes

possible

the

acquisition

of

that

same

energy.

strain

energy

is

limitless

and

free.

In

this

sense,

our

method

is

quite

revolutionary.

With

the

transistorized

coil,

one

can

obtain

an

endless

supply of electric

power,

where

and

when

it

is

required,

beyond

the

limits

of

sources

of

supply

and

transportation

requirements.

Only

conversion

apparati

are

required.

Owing

to

the

pair

production

concept

sof

Paul

Dirac,

matter

and

particles

can

literally

be

boren

out

space

itself!

This

space

is,

as

it

were, the

mother of

entity.

Thus

the "space age" follows the atomic

age.

The

power

of

strain

energy

is

more

advanced

than

nuclear

power

as

it

is

more

advanced philosophy in quantum physics and relativistics.

(Shinichi

Seike)More

information

is

available

in

book

by

Prof.

Shinichi

Seike,

"The

Principles

of

Ultra

Relativity",

available

from

the

Research

Laboratory,

P.O.

BOX

33,

Uwajima Post Office, Ehime (798), Japan.

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