May 23, 2013

Development toward Antigravitic Craft Schematics

Summary: Another dream emphasizing learning about magnetism; assembling the elements so far; antigravitic/levitation reaction of object in magnetic field; question about the physics of light-speed travel of craft employing the described methods.

Night of May 20/21st 2013

I suppose I didn't learn what I was supposed to before when I was exploring the topic of magnetism. Yet another dream where I am visiting a cousin's house during travel with my family (dad and sisters) and my son. I wander around the house to find the kids' room and search through the toys to let Link play with. I am drawn to stop on a plastic pad like a leapfrog station to lay the books open in, or a magnadoodle. At the top is a two pronged claw with magnet blocks and a small object hovering like it defies gravity in between them.

At my dream guides' direction, I looked up more on 'levitating magnets' to be returned to the same site on diamagnetism as I explored before (see here and here on diamagnetism, and here on antigravitic craft technology), but with a different material besides bismuth, carbon graphite, cheaper than bismuth, but still strongly diamagnetic.

"Pictured below is a small 3/16" cube magnet floating between the two Carbon blocks. This is the more stable way to levitate, by having one block below and one above. The highest levitation can be achieved by using both blocks, and should the stand be badly adjusted, the upper block will keep the magnet from flying up into the overhead magnet. Try doing this, and then gently (very gently!) blow on one side of the floating magnet with a straw! It will spin for an unbelievably long time, at an incredible rate!" from
levitating magnet 

The last part was what I didn't know before and is key. If you blow on the magnet it responds as if gravity has no affect on it (spin for long time with a single blow of wind and at "incredible rate"). Create a magnetic field around an object, say yourself or a craft, and levitation is incredibly easy. Using a diamagnetic block under and above is most stable for levitating the cube, otherwise it is 'touchy' as the author says. So having the one above compensates for any misalignment. So what material does the object in the center need to be? In their bismuth experiments they used a "Neodymium Iron Boron rare earth magnet in the strongest grade possible (try our Item #24, an N-45 grade 3/16 inch gold-plated cube magnet".

From Wikipedia "Developed in 1982 by General Motors and Sumitomo Special Metals, neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet made.[2][3] They have replaced other types of magnet in the many applications in modern products that require strong permanent magnets, such as motors in cordless tools, hard disk drives and magnetic fasteners."

Side note for self: I never mentioned it, but Boron was another element mentioned in dreaming and forgotten soon after.

So we got diamagnetism, levitation between two large magnetics to create a kind of antigravity field, salt water, bismuth and boron to make a craft. Now how does this all come together for the final product, and what still are the physics behind it that allows for faster than light travel?

Isn't dream access to stored universal knowledge amazing.

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