Space-time perturbation effect upon rotating bodies on laminate layer branes

Author(s): Morgan J.Boardman, John E.Brandenburg, Garett E.Volk

The experimental loss of weight in the Morningstar Energy Box may indicate that Poynting Vortices act upon a D-Dimension axis. This speculation implies that the weight loss is an effect upon gravity and/or an effect upon mass. This premise assumes that quantum gravity is part of the space-time manifold which is constantly fluctuating, and; that what we perceive as smooth and steady “space-time” is an average of these oscillations. The manifold can be considered to fluctuate not only in space-time but also in additional dimensionality. These perturbed quantum fluctuations access < D-4 dimensions. Normally, the contributions to particle mass changing from these variations into other D-4 dimensions can be considered negligible; however, we imagine in some circumstances, such as in the presence of Poynting vortices or turbulence, quantum fluctuations of space-time can be intensified. Particles would then spend proportionally more time on higher laminate branes, and appear to lose weight. The nonlinear field production of Poynting, magnetic and electrical fields, as it relates to space-time may be a way of understanding how Gravitational waves interact with electromagnetic waves, causing space-time turbulence to generate changes in weight that has implications on space propulsion schemes.

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