US Navy patents inertial mass reduction device

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  1. ChrisIB

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    Patent number: 10144532
    Type: Grant
    Filed: Apr 28, 2016
    Date of Patent: Dec 4, 2018
    Patent Publication Number: 20170313446
    Assignee: The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy (Washington, DC)
    Inventor: Salvatore Cezar Pais (Leonardtown, MD)
    Primary Examiner: Philip J Bonzell
    Application Number: 15/141,270

    US Patent for Craft using an inertial mass reduction device Patent (Patent # 10,144,532 issued December 4, 2018) - Justia Patents Search



    Publication number: 20180229864
    Type: Application
    Filed: Feb 14, 2017
    Publication Date: Aug 16, 2018
    Patent Grant number: 10322827
    Applicant: United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Nary (Patuxent River, MD)
    Inventor: Salvatore Cezar Pais (Callaway, MD)
    Application Number: 15/431,823

    US Patent Application for High Frequency Gravitational Wave Generator Patent Application (Application #20180229864 issued August 16, 2018) - Justia Patents Search

    https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/a5/7b/8e/c4e27782082a8f/US20180229864A1.pdf
     
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  2. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    Very interesting considering the recent events of soft disclosure and the creation of a space force...:Whistle:

    ...
     
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  3. CasualBystander

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    The bit about using EM radiation at the same frequency as gravity waves to couple to the gravity waves perplexed me a little bit.

    I'd hadn't heard of the Gertsenshtein effect.

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0921453406003297

    The Gertsenshtein effect has been known for a while.

    Perhaps Podkletnov was on to something.

    NASAs failure to properly reproduce a test article probably doomed their attempt to verify his experimental results.
     
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  4. CasualBystander

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    NASA/ADS

    Detected gravity waves are in the 30-350 Hz band.

    ELF is the ITU designation for electromagnetic radiation in the 3 to 30 Hz range.

    SLF is the ITU designation for elecelectromagnetic radiation in the 30 to 300 Hz range.

    ULF is the ITU designation for. electromagnetic radiation in the 300 to 3000 Hz (3 kHz) range.

    ELF is defined by atmospheric scientists as electromagnetic radiation in the 3 to 3000 Hz (3 kHz) range.

    So all gravity waves detected so far are what atmospheric scientists call ELF radiation.

    An enormously strong magnetic field and low frequency detector have been suggested to detect gravity waves.

    Reminds me of the guys in college that were designing a "universal op amp" (an amplifier) for DC to blue.

    They were planning on a low pass (or high frequency blocking) filter to stop lethal x-ray radiation (that was why it only went up to blue).

    Anyway back to the program:

    An artificially generated high energy/high frequency electromagnetic field (such as the fields an HEEMFG can produce) can fulfill all three conditions simultaneously (especially in an accelerated vibration/rotation mode), when strongly interacting with the local vacuum energy state. These interactions are induced by the coupling of hyper-frequency axial rotation (spin) and hyper-frequency vibration (harmonic oscillations/abrupt pulsations) of electrically charged systems (high energy electromagnetic field generators), placed on the outside of the craft in strategic locations.

    Gee, hyper frequency rotating ring and hyper frequency vibration.

    What aeronautical vehicles are claimed to rotate part of their outer shell?
     
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  5. ChrisIB

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    The science is soooo over my head but the bit about 'enhanced stealth capabilities (non-linear scattering of RF and sonar signals)' is suggestive.
     
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