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New Ebook Available on Gravity and Superconductors

Dr. Hauser wrote the forward and contributed a chapter with Dr. Droescher (“Emerging Physics for Gravity-Like Fields”). Individual chapters may be downloaded, but those in the U.S. should be aware that orders from Bentham (located in the United Arab Emirates) may trigger fraud alerts on your credit card.

Gravity-Superconductors Interactions: Theory and Experiment
eISBN: 978-1-60805-399-5

Volume 1

pp.i-iii (1) Authors: Jean-Marie Muylaert, Jochem H. Hauser

pp.iv-iv (1) Authors: G. Modanese, G.A. Robertson

List of Contributors 
pp.v-v (1) Authors: G. Modanese, G.A. Robertson

Gravity-Superconductors Interactions: Historical Background
pp.3-22 (20) Authors: Giovanni Modanese, Glen A. Robertson

Interactions Between Superconductors and High-Frequency Gravitational Waves
pp.23-57 (35) Author: R.C. Woods

High Temperature Superconductors as Quantum Sources of Gravitational Waves: The HTSC GASER
pp.58-73 (16) Author: Giorgio Fontana

Quantum Effects in the Type II Superconductor that Lead to Power Radiated in Gravitational Waves
pp.74-104 (31) Author: Glen A. Robertson

Quantum Gravity Evaluation of Stimulated Graviton Emission in Superconductors
pp.105-131 (27) Author: Giovanni Modanese

Tajmar Experiments on “Condensing the Vacuum”
pp.132-152 (21) Author: R.A. Lewis

The Chiao Gravity-Superconductor EM Transducer: An Overview
pp.153-168 (16) Author: R.A. Lewis

Study of Light Interaction with Gravity Impulses and Measurements of the Speed of Gravity Impulses
pp.169-182 (14) Authors: Evgeny Podkletnov, Giovanni Modanese

Setup for the Impulse Gravity Generator Experiment Replication
pp.183-202 (20) Author: Timo Junker

Experimental Considerations in Superconductor Gravity Experiments
pp.203-228 (26) Authors: George Hathaway, Harald Reiss

Emerging Physics for Gravity-Like Fields
pp.229-270 (42) Authors: Walter Droescher, Jochem Hauser

Gravity-Superconductor Interactions from a Hierarchy of Density Dependent Scalar Fields: A Dark Matter Connection
pp.271-287 (17) Author: Glen A. Robertson

Impact of Lifetime and Decay Rates of Thermally Excited States in Superconductors on a Gravity Experiment
pp.288-324 (37) Author: Harald Reiss

Subject Index 
pp.325-326 (2) Authors: Giovanni Modanese, Glen A. Robertson

Gravity 2.0 – the book


Gravity 2.0 explores the design opportunities found in a unique and evolving theory of quantum gravity. If confirmed, it will dramatically change – and possibly save – our world.

Gravity 2.0
Design Strategies for a Gravity Modified World

by Gregory Daigle

ISBN-10: 0615447651 epub version
ISBN-13: 978-0-615-44765-0 epub version

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The book is about the impacts of a technology to modify gravity and how a new discipline of “gravity design” will guide new designs in transportation, architecture, medicine, sports, and possibly make our world a greener place to live.

This is neither science fiction nor junk science. The peer reviewed scientific studies cited are part of a growing body of work to understand the nature of gravity and to provide answers as to why general relativity is incomplete in describing our universe. We are on the brink of another incredible expansion of technology – and gravity is at its center.

This book reviews one outlier theory of gravity modification from the mid 1950s through experiments conducted at one of Europe’s largest research laboratories conducted with the support of the European Space Agency and NASA. Written from a designer’s perspective, the book investigates recent expansions of the theory with implications for propulsion. It explores what it would take to construct field generators by employing existing magnetic and condensed matter physics, then forecasts possible future impacts.

Flying cars and spaceports are only the most obvious outcomes. Also explored is how gravity modification (gMod) can improve medical care, alter manufacturing, produce remarkable architecture, change the physicality of sports, and even resist the effects of climate change. Gravity modification may not only be the answer to a more economically vibrant and game-changing future, but also the answer to generating clean and carbon free green energy.

The book’s chapters are organized into three main parts: I. A New Technological Domain, II. Gravity Design Applications, and III. Cleaning our Gravity Well.

Part I is an introduction to the theory and experiments behind gravity modification. The first chapter, “Gravity is Still a Puzzle”, reviews the historical attempts to escape our gravity well and how to separate bogus science from real science. “Breakthrough Programs” reviews the research and experiments conducted that led to gravity modification. “Heim Theory” addresses the historical and current developments of a leading theory explaining how “gravity-like” fields can be generated in the laboratory. “Making a Gravity Engine” addresses some of the known experiments to turn theory into practice by generating gravity-like fields.

In Part II, its initial chapter “Designing a World without Gravity” discusses design approaches and philosophies for designers and architects when approaching a world-changing technology. “Where’s My Flying Car?” highlights the transportation applications of gravity modification for a daily commute a thousand feet above the ground in gravityships. “Gravitecture+” discusses incremental uses of gravity modification to structurally augment architecture, but also to make possible fantastic architectural edifices that float in the air. “Gravity Design for Products” looks at potential product applications from sports to medicine to mining, and explores how movement in three-dimensional space will impact our social interactions, demography and democracy.

In Part III, “Is Gravity Green?” details forecasting the use of gravity-like fields to produce clean energy, reduce consumption of fossil fuels, sequester greenhouse gases and slow the rate of sea level change. “Industrial Spaceports” addresses clearing near-earth orbit of dangerous debris, establishing communications satellites practically anywhere in orbit and developing full industrial spaceports. Finally, “The New Gravity Meme” addresses how, like the discoveries of “perspective” and “relativity” before, new ways of thinking about gravity will change how we perceive the world around us.

The Author –

Written by a former professor of industrial design, this digital book contains over 330 citations to research, articles and other publications investigating this new technology domain.

Gregory Daigle is an educator, project manager and technology writer. Mr. Daigle is a former Associate Professor of Industrial Design at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and currently teaches mobile interface and Web design at the University of Minnesota. He has collaborated on designs produced by Herman Miller Inc., and has been a design consultant for manufacturers such as 3M, Cray Research and Stratasys. For years he worked for Bill Stumpf, an iconic industrial designer, and served as the firm’s Research Manager and as a Senior Designer.

He is also a project manager and instructional designer for the e-learning industry with clients in the medical, financial and airlines industries. He co-founded ICONOS inc., a pioneering firm producing STEM learning software for children and whose productions included the “What’s the Secret?” science series for PBS and the first interactive version of Macworld Magazine. His software productions have garnered several dozen national and international awards and distinctions from the software, film and video industries. He also managed creative and production staffs for the interactive division of Bozell Kamstra, an Ad Age and Adweek Top-100 interactive advertising agency.

Greg has written about science and technology innovations including such diverse topics as gravity modification, metamaterials, printable robots and digital tattoos for one of the first online news journals in Korea, OhmyNews. He also acts as Executive Director of Digital Watershed, a non-profit engaged in developing wireless tools, place- based learning and global education for young adults on the topic of climate change. His Web site on advances in gravity research and development, “Gravity Modification“, was established in 2007.