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I wanted to make a note of this because it is the mass in the middle of the positive and negative charge which is an integral aspect of electrogravity. The mass of a di-electric material becomes polarized in a gravitational (inertial polarity and acceleration) field. Basically, the polarities of a high volt charge causes a frequency of inertial polarity of the mass in the di-electric.
That causes a force of directed gravitation, and/or a directed inertial force in one-way-only!
The di-electric material is in between a positive and negative charge, such as in the insulative material between capacitor plates. The mass of the di-electric material is where this force is actualized. It is similar to Dr. Ning Li's principles of "AC Gravity" involving Bose-Einstein condensates. More can be seen on that on the Warp Drive Engineering page.
It can be useful for gravity plating, when passing a high volt current through a capacitor plate, such as something that could fit below the surface of where the pilots walk. Perhaps also charged naturally by the movement of the plasma through the hull space of the LAU-X3. It is also the essential concept to a "gravity thruster." It can be used in the vacuum of space.
Magnetic fields of resonating inertial mass between a top positive charge and a bottom negative charge is essentially the effect of Townsend Brown Electrodynamics as I call it.
It adds a new dynamic to the overall engine mechanics of the X-1, and the LAU-X3.
The vertical column of cones has that aspect working for it in it's pre-existing design! There are toroid coils around cylinder resonating secondaries in the cone designs themselves. These pick up the rotation around the magnets of the cones, and the wobbling of the cones, moving in the magnetic field's motions (relative motion of magnets and coils create electricity; whereas stillness and no motion creates no electricity); and that magnetic resonance effect creates a movement of electromagnetic energy voltage and current, energizing the cones.
Inside the cones there is a separate primary coil. The toroid Rodin coil is for resonance-generating purposes. It can also be made into individual coil-segments around in a circle, around the cylinder secondary coil. Additional capacitance is required, along with a high volt magnetic collapse and/or snap reversal (the voltage spike may be equivalent to the spark in a magneto-electrostatic arrangement, depending on how a static field is "worked in with" the circuit).
It is in DC, because the motion of toroid coils and magnetic rings around the rims of each cone is always in one direction and one polarity. In the exception of separate coils in segments (broken resonance), then it is harnessing of the magnetic collapse (the high volt spark), or the magnetic snap-reversal. That means there would be a spark discharge or flyback voltage in the opposite polarity, and would create a DC resonating magneto-electrostatic field, since only the south pole and the magnetic collapse (or rapid displacement in a snap reversal -- the "north" pole action) are the polarity reversals of the "transforming waveform" inside a cone.
Additional equipment can be housed in the cones and balanced for high-speed rotation.
(See the large diagram of the vertical core on the home page; all the magnets in the cones should be all north pointing out, due to a correction)
This means that a powerful force of gravitation can be created from the vertical core due to Townsend Brown Electrodynamic conditions.
We also see that in effect with the OTC-X1. However around the perimeter of the engine, the effect is in reverse! A polarity of charge (utrons and capacitor plates) is sandwiched between a polarity of electromagnetic resonance, instead!
This DOES help explain more about what's going on with the OTC-X1. A good link to view, and it has some nice animated pictures.
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That's also amazing because the engine air/plasma just seems to be acting in a supportive role, rather than in a primary role.
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I don't think I should have to state the obvious of how the Biefeld-Brown effect applies to the X-1. But the X-1 uses slightly different mechanics of the same basic physics overall, that is at this website. Magnetic resonance of mass inertial forces between electric polarities is a common running theme!
So, at this website are many different engine styles (off-site links included), which all operate under the same principles. Hmmm.. all under the same principles! That means that all these engineering and physics ought to be able to be physically expressed as real working beyond-warp drive starships. Warp drive, hyperdrives, and jump drives also all work under congruent principles and mechanics! That's interesting!
I hear NASA is building something like an "Outer Ring" drive concept similar to what is at this website. I'm surprised I haven't heard about anyone else doing it on youtube. This stuff seems easy to work with, simple to make, even crude models to examine the principles; and, cheap to build. Well, not "cheap." But well anyway we at least know we can do it. ... That's never happened before.
Di-electric coils that spin around a ring or tube (Outer Ring Drive) can be wound around di-electric "fillers" between the bare wire coils (which would resemble springs, but curved to run around in a circular track -- curved spirals); or even other shapes can be useful such as capacitors or utrons. Electret material may be di-electric, and be sandwiched between capacitor plates with two terminals that could conduct flyback high volt spikes, in pulsed intervals (at frequency), creating the resonance of inertial/mass/gravitation forces Townsend Brown discovered. For example an utron can be made to be a "di-electret." That would most certainly account for the X-1 engine operation.
The utrons are pulsing and resonating and gravitating as they are rotating together, and pulsing there too, as they travel around in a relative acceleration curve. That would account for a mechanism of inertial displacement toward the central accumulator.
Di-electric also resonates with the quantum vacuum as seen on the Tesla Engineering Physics page. And so we can say that the "stress in the di-electric" is actually a resonance with the quantum vacuum itself!
The Central Accumulator now doesn't seem so mysterious as to why that particular spherical space in the center is all about. It can be filled with anything, or nothing at all and still not be empty.
Also, the Central Accumulator should not be made with di-electric insulative spaces between capacitor plates. We want the inertia to accumulate there. If the Central Accumulator also pushed inertia, well, actually, that WOULD give the vertical core more resonance. Also, it would allow for a full polarity to form above AND below the ship, in that balance of quantum vacuum stability (stability within instability). ... It is also instability within stability, as far as the gravitational lift achieved by the vertical column, however the universe is inherently instable, which is what causes there to be vector stabilities. Yet there is no cause and effect. The Balance is due to stability within inherently instable conditions.
But, that is an extra feature, which would be much harder to engineer. The original idea of the Central Accumulator was to accumulate in the center, as the origin of the frequencies, and as a result of the frequencies around a central origin.
If the origin was set to be in motion, then the causality would not be in balance to achieve gravitation.
Because then, if the Central Accumulator were set to be in motion di-electrically, the question would arise of would it be outrunning the inertial forces of the perimeter, or would it be in front of the warp drive bubble? Is it re-directing the contraction of inertial frequency 90 degrees straight up (or straight down), or is it being pushed? Causality issues. Pull or push?
Whatever the field looks like if the Central Accumulator were using a "stressing of the di-electric," it would not be in the form of a gravitational inversion (negative inertial energy on the outside of the bubble, with positive inertial energy on the inside, as per NASA and Alcubierre's Warp Metric Logic). So, the Central Accumulator should NOT be using the concept here, ONLY the utrons.
The capacitor plates on the central rotating horizontal disk could use the di-electric spacer material. But, that would have to be worked out in a model prototype, the differences. A di-electric material would induce lift and acceleration straight up, which is not levitation.
None-the-less, all these different dynamics and mechanisms can apply, but they have to be used in the right way. It can also be seen the many variations of offshoots of design and application just from the Townsend Brown Electrogravity mechanics. Di-electric Resonance
It would be amazing to see what we can do with all this stuff, all these physics -- what engineering would emerge from people's creative desires!?