Interests: Antigravity, Superconductivity, Bose-einstein Condensate
Ning Li is an American scientist best known for her controversial claims about anti-gravity devices. She previously worked at the University of Alabama, but left to form her own company AC Gravity LLD.
According to Li, rotating ions create a gravitomagnetic field perpendicular to their spin axis. If a large number of ions could be aligned, (in a Bose-Einstein condensate) the resulting effect would be a very strong gravitomagnetic field producing a strong repulsive force. The alignment may be possible by trapping superconductor ions in a lattice structure in a high-temperature superconducting disc. - Wikipedia
Papers (with Douglas G. Torr):
- "Gravitational Effects on the Magnetic Attenuation of Superconductors", Physical Review B, V46, N9, p. 5489 (SEP 01 1992).
- "Effects of a Gravitomagnetic Field on Pure Superconductors", Physical Review D, V43, N2, p. 457 (JAN 15 1993).
- "Gravitoelectric-Electric Coupling via Superconductivity", Foundations of Physics Letters, V6, N4, p. 317 (AUG 01 1993).
NASA is conducting experiments similar to the anti-gravity shielding experiments done in Tampere Finland. A scientist named Ning Li at the University of Alabama Huntsville, is reported to be consulting with NASA. She has written some interesting articles about the relationship between superconductors and gravitation. In one of her articles, Dr Li provides the following interesting comment --
" a detectable gravitomagnetic field, and in the presence of a time-dependent applied magnetic vector potential field, a detectable gravitoelectric field could be produced."
- Jeannette Cain, Gravity Conquered?
- Jim Wilson, Taming Gravity, Popular Mechanics (Oct 1999).
- Bose-Einstein and Anti-Gravity
arXiv Papers referenceing Ning Li: