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Stan Byers
Light Shields Gravity
7 years 23 days ago [2013-04-16 01:49:18]
Ref: 1/21/2012 E-mail Subject, Laser light shields gravity ?? , http://www.gravityforces.com/ Gentlemen of the Natural Philosophy Alliance, The first e-mail on this subject provided the news that Rancourt?s experiments indicate that Laser light shields the force of gravity. This follow on news highlights two of his experiments that indicate: 1) Incandescent light (non-coherent) also shields the force of gravity. 2) A laser beam experiment demonstrates shielding of electrostatic forces. The results of Professor Rancourt?s work is available at: http://www.gravityforces.com/ In a message dated 5/14/2012 louisrancourt@gmail.com writes: QUOTE Hi Good news on gravity experiment again. Since the last time I send you a word, I have tried different variations of the experiment. This one is probably the best result to show that light does block gravity without doing anything to the mobile mass. A 100 watts projector lamp sends a bright light inside a stainless steel box. The box is placed on the north side of the mobile mass. The pendulum arm is in an east-west direction. The mobile mass is at an average distance of 1 cm from the metal plate of the box. No light is going to the mass. The mobile mass has been without interference for the whole weekend. The small laser light on the mirror shows that the mobile mass is moving slowly north. As soon as the light is activated, the mobile mass is pushed about 3 mm toward the metal box. That means light has blocked something coming from the north side. That something was going through the metal plate of the box before. We know that gamma rays, neutrinos and gravity can go through metal plate. There were no gamma rays from the light source. Electric field does not penetrate the metal plate. That means the light constituent did not affect directly the metal atoms of the mobile mass. Any theory to explain the effect will have to disregard any electro-magnetic influence directly on the atoms of the mass. Another experiment was done with a fixed mass close to the mobile mass at one end of the pendulum. A static electric charge from a big capacitor was given to both mass and the laser beam sent between them. The attraction was increased immediately for both when the two masses had a positive charge and when they both had a negative charge. When one was positive and the other one negative, the laser light did not change the attraction of the masses. If someone would like to pursue that research, I would be glad to help. If someone can give a logical explanation on the nature of gravity and of the nature of light that could also explain the facts, it would be great. Lee Smolin and Einstein repeated often that theory had to explain facts. We cannot ignore the facts if they go against theory. The theory has to be modified. Have a good week and fun in physics? Louis P.S. You can communicate with me at my Google e-mail. louisrancourt@gmail.com You can follow these new results on my web site: GRAVITYFORCES.COM UN-QUOTE The fact that incandescent light appears to interact with gravity allows many more labs to participate in researching gravitational and electrostatic interactions. Please distribute this information as widely as practicable. The author?s content in this message is granted to be in the public domain. Cheers, Stan sbyers11@comcast.net Ph. 510 651 0368 42823 Lido Park Court Fremont, California 94538 Gravity and Inertia via Radiation, web site http://home.netcom.com/~sbyers11/index.html

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