A 40 pound weight on the end of a steel shaft is spun up (on bearings) which makes it much lighter to hold, and hoist, but the weight stays the same.
Here is the second part:
One has to wonder about gyroscopic action. If the utrons spun at high speed, it would create a gyroscopic force. One has to wonder about spinning the central disk really fast, while there is gyroscopic action taking place in the utrons, if there were gyroscopic action of the utrons. It would create an angular force of inertia.
In the videos above, a wheel is spinning perpendicular to the plane of Earth gravity. From the perspective of the fellow holding the wheel-on-stick, the top of the wheel moves right, and the bottom moves left. The spinning wheel thus travels to the right. If the utrons were designed to spin, as the accretion disk also spins, then there very well could be a gyroscopic force of lift.
Gyroscopic angular inertia. Okay. So how would the utron spin when passed through the magnet? .... THAT may be an interesting thing. We can assume the utrons are not magnetic. However if charged, then the utron would develop a polarity for example positive charge on the top tip, and negative on the bottom tip. Would that cause a spin in the utron when it passed through the c-shaped magnet? The c-shaped magnet is also polarized North and South.
Isn't there a law of physics which relates to motion along these lines? Lenz's law ... ?? If an induced current flows, its direction is always such that it will oppose the change which produced it.
An opposition would induce a change of motion.
Instead of using a big granite sphere (Hamel style), we can use 6 utrons.
Those utrons would HAVE to be electrically charged. And they'd have to be charged on their own, not being induced. <--- It's certainly a good idea. Don't mean to say it would "have" to be generating its own charge, but it will have to be charged to induce spin in the case of a "bearing motor" discussed below in this same article. Would the utron cause itself to spin by its own self-generated charge though applied to a bearing motor concept?
So, an aspect of gravity cancellation will use angular inertial forces at right angles (90 degrees). Very interesting.
Both at 90 degrees, and at 180 degrees, we can see some action. Utrons on opposite sides of the accretion disk, opposing each other, both demonstrate 180 degrees difference, and 90 degrees inertial interaction.
It is kinda strange that the utrons are so relatively small. It could very well speed up the accretion disk they ride upon. High volts though, applied to an angular inertial force ... think about the mass and "weight" of ALL those spinning electrons all lined up in electrical alignment, all spinning in synchronization. HMMMMM.......
DID YOU KNOW that the Utron is in the actual shape of an electron? It's "similar action." An electron seen under a powerful electron-microscope will detect an electron as a 2-dimensional square! Remember, you can only detect either the electron's position, OR it's momentum, but NOT both simultaneously. .... it's like a big macro electron ..
Electrical Inertia = Angular Force
Perhaps, charging up the capacitor plates will further increase the rotation of the central spinning disk, huh?
Take it one step further, and think about the inertial mass increase due to electrical force. That would create a time dilation. In particular since it is cancelling gravity relative with Earth at 90 degree vectors, generally.
In the Vertical Core, it can be seen how angular rotation also generates a vertical force.
One last thing:
I may be mistaken about an utron being pushed into motion as it passes through the magnetic gate, because of magnetic braking. However, One thing that was brought up though, about the utrons, is a "bearing motor." Applying DC current to a couple of bearings mounted around a steel rod will get them to spin in one direction. Merely electrically charging the trunion bearing mount of the utron may very well CAUSE the utrons to spin. Problem solved.
A DC current positive on one end touching the outer bearing casing, and negative on the OTHER end, touching the other bearing casing has been observed to cause spin of a driveshaft.
Easy enough to see: Steel rod. bearings at both ends. Touch positive wire to one bearing, negative to the other. Spin.
You can't get a wheel to spin by pushing on both sides at once (utron passing through the c-shaped magnet). You can if you only push on one side of the wheel, or push on one side and pull on the other.
So .. apologies for my over-enthusiasm. I ran across a bearing motor long ago and tucked it away in memory because I had a feeling I'd need it again.
So just to be totally clear:
Steel rod. Bearings on both ends.
Touch positive wire to one bearing outer casing, and touch negative wire to the other bearing.
(electrical inertia = angular force)
.... (The bearings are circular shaped. There are 360 degrees around a circle. I have seem this demonstrated where the pos. and neg. wires are both at the same degree on both bearings, not like one wire at 0 degrees in placement, and the other wire at 180 degrees in placement. The demonstration I saw was with the leads placed in the same position on both bearings.)
When the utron passes through the c-shaped magnet, the utron spin will slow down (magnetic braking) if there is a magnetic field applied at that time, unless it's just a fast pulse.
The utron is not locked down, and is free to spin according to Walter Nowosad. Logically it seems to me that the utrons are designed to spin. Come to find out the trunion which supports the utron on its frame does use a bearing, which is what the pods have determined.
Please see the video below, wiring the OTC-X1.
The "capacitor plates" which are just called that, do have a current running through them to induce motion via using the outer electromagnets. That can be seen with Faraday's Law, AS WELL AS Lenz's law. The plates are wired positive on the inside and negative on the outside edge. Without an electric current, there would be no motion.
Follow up number 2:
There was a video I saw where a guy used a central rotating disk with two magnets, angled at 45 degrees like utrons, and he duplicated the setup we have going on with the OTC-X1 in that style.
The angled gyroscopic magnets were opposing each other on the wheel (flat central rotating disk).
A few things: When the magnet wheels (angled at 45 degrees) spun up real fast, and then the central flat disk was started to rotate, the disk would end up going very, very fast and the gyroscopic magnets stopped spinning, trading that inertia to speed up the disk they mount to.
If they were to spin the opposite direction though, and the central rotating disk spun opposite to the angled gyroscopic magnets, then it would have to push against an inertial force. That force angled at 45 degrees would apply to countering the gravitational field of Earth. There would have to be a sufficiently powerful driving force to spin that Central Accumulator frame on the OTC-X1 opposite to the direction the utrons are spinning. The spin of Earth will mean that the rotation of the engine would be some RPM's less (from 50 - 75 according to Otis T. Carr and John Searle, on two different engines) depending on if it went with or against the spin of Earth.
That would be opposite in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere (because the Earth is spherical).