*Newtonian Torsion Physics*

Author | William S Alek |
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Published | 2007 |

Pages | 122 |

The purpose of this book is to explore concepts related to FREE Energy and the control of Gravity/Antigravity that are based entirely within the framework of extended classical Newtonian physics called Newtonian Torsion Physics. It is shown that the cause of gravity is a type of macroscopic torque between inertial frames where the origin of the torque occurs within imaginary or complex space. The effect manifests in real space as universal mass attraction, or gravity. A correlation has been discovered between mass, inductors, and capacitors, thereby relating the imaginary or complex origin of torque to gravity, and how this same torque affects electromagnetism. A simplified torsional mass relativity model called Natural Relativity (NR) Theory is presented and directly related to gravity. This theory is then correlated to Einstein's Special Relativity (SR) Theory, and as a consequence, creates a corrected Principle of Equivalence Theorem?h showing the origin of gravity and antigravity comes from imaginary or complex space. A temporal rotation operator is introduced using Euler?fs Identity, which shows the imaginary or complex (i.e., time-past and time-future) motion of matter as positive or negative displacement into imaginary space, which embodies the fundamental concept of time travel. The speed of light c, Planck's constant h, permeability _{0}, permittivity _{0}, Boltzmann's Constant k, electric charge q, and the Fine Structure Constant are invariant between inertial frames and therefore, unaffected by torque because the fluctuation or curvature of the fundamental parameters that compose these constants are shown to evaluate to unity gain. In other words, these constants remain constant anywhere within a given torque field or gravity well. Gravitomagnetic Theory shows that the magnetic field energy produced by a moving electron is shown to be a special relativistic mass fluctuation, and therefore creates a real torque, which couples to gravity as a secondary gravitational effect. This motion can either have a real velocity, or an imaginary or complex (i.e., time-past or time-future) velocity. If the velocity is complex, then the special relativistic mass fluctuation or M..e of an electron can be either positive or negative, and exhibits a corresponding gravitational or antigravitational effect, which consequently produces a complex (i.e., time-past or timefuture) magnetic field. This is the origin of the effect called gravity or antigravity. In addition, the volume of the total field energy of a complex magnetic field can either be positive or negative, which can add or subtract from the energy produced by a real magnetic field. In the Bohr model of the Hydrogen atom, an Amperian Current is described as an electron circulating around a nucleus at a relativistic speed. This creates a magnetic induction emerging from the center of the nucleus. Fluctuating this field by applying an external magnetic induction causes the velocity of the electron to become complex. The presence of NEGATIVE RESISTANCE, the production of NEGATIVE ENERGY, and the control of GRAVITY/ANTIGRAVITY occur by fluctuating the mass of an object in complex space. The theory presents a conceptual breakthrough for the development of energy and high-speed field propulsion technologies