January 9, 2017
I suggest that this force is contained within the structure of Eqs. (4) of the attached. These equations describe the free rotational motion of an asymmetric top in fluid dynamics. In the presence of the earth’s gravitational field there is another torque present, as described in the opening part of UFT119. So the spinning top or gyroscope in classical dynamics is due to the equilibrium between torques: ……..This equation describes the motion of all gyroscopes and spinning tops, and also introduces the possibility of new effects via the convective derivative (v dot del)L. These could describe the torque observed by Laithwaite, a distinguished engineer at Imperial. To be able to hold a forty pound weight with one arm, there must be a counter gravitational torque. Presumably anyone can try the Laithwaite experiment for themselves, and presumably it has been shown to be repeatable. If not, it could be tried in our Muenich laboratories. So I will work on this theory shortly. It will certainly need the use of the computer for solution. The stony silence and ostracization came from the Royal Institution, but it was a wildly irrational, very hostile response. That is no longer possible in the enlightened age of internet freedom. The correct Baconian response is to repeat the Laithwaite experiment. There is a photograph of it in the paper sent over by Michael Jackson. This photograph could not have been faked or doctored.”
We are all ecstatic here that you are pursuing this nonsense, which is so much easier to debunk than your defective mathematics. Keep it up! Engineers may still like to think that Laithwaite was a ‘distinguished engineer’, but physicists and revisionist historians of technology think that he was just a clown who was ‘promoted beyond his intelligence’. Gyroscopes will bring down your ‘reputation’, just as surely as they have done his! As for repeating his experiment, don’t bother:
This is eminently repeatable and not faked nor doctored. We await your hostile and irrational reply.