Thanks goes out to www.warpmetrics.com for pointing out that there was something missing in a basic electrogravity design
(every two equal and opposite events always unifies as a third -- Unity of Paradoxes -- See: bottom of Tesla Engineering Physics page).
If a positive waveform was on one side, and a negative (180 degrees out of phase) waveform on the other side, then there would have to be a third element of something in front of, and/or in between them, as a force coupler to resonate the two positive and negative events of polarity as three aspects of vortex stability. That is also particularly when the two waveforms are of static geometries. Cycling AC waveforms through two opposite static (unmoving) geometries would require a third element to achieve resonance.
That above is put to the test with Space Warp Dynamic's (http://swdllc.paresspacewarpresearch.org/) new engine design.
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As per the post below on Townsend Brown, it is now realized that a di-electric material between two capacitor plates creates gravitational resonance (that can also include an electret compound as a "di-electret" material).
Resonance is achieved by pulsing the power (on and off, at a frequency), making use of the flyback magneto-static from collapsing magnetic fields.
This is an enhancement to the Hull Plating on the LAU-X3, which can ALSO operate in the vacuum of space, and is NO LONGER limited to just atmosphere and stellar particle fields. It can still serve as a high frequency electric shield against particle flows, as the ship is flying, and does not have to use the "massive overdrive" of the di-electric material to create electrical charge shields for stellar proton storms.
This new type of shielding/electrogravity flight plating, would have limitations. But operating in a standard mode is possible, in different flight modes. For example, using the "stressing of the di-electric" concept to achieve gravitational resonance, you wouldn't want to turn all outer hull polarities positive, as one big positive charge around the ship, because it would put a stress-load upon the hull. Those things would have to be worked out via prototype testing, but as seen elsewhere on this site, those stresses are all mostly balanced and creating relative fields that do NOT incur any structural load-stress.
These new types of dynamics do not depend upon air flow or particle flow, like how a sail catches the wind. These new dynamics use inner-generating inertial forces.
This truly adds a lot more freedom to how the craft can fly and operate, where the hull itself, in charge-plate-sections, would serve as maneuvering quantum thrusters, as well as lower forms of (lower velocity) propulsion, and adding to the higher form of superluminal flight capability.
Just keeping the hull polarities balanced as in the standard flight polarities of charge currently covered on this site, will maintain a rigid structure, and a uniform structure, without applying stresses to any one side of the ship unevenly (you want the back to move at the same rate as the front, for example).
These new dynamics also show the plasma force of the engines to be a SECONDARY effect, and not the primary generator of inertial force as previously thought, when including a di-electric material into the overall design. This would also increase the speed of the rotation in the Outer Ring.
See The Post Below!