More experimental evidences for PNN inertia

Dear readers,

Laureti recently shared on ASPS webpage some details about F432 experimental setup and the incredible physics behind electromagnetic propulsion. He is now quite confident, after numerous experiments, that Newtonian mechanics can’t be applied to PNN thrust. This could mean (while we keep our feet on the ground waiting for resolutive in-space tests) that this propulsion method is the long-awaited key for Space Travel. I use capital letters because we’re not talking about visiting the Moon or Mars but about interstellar travel! However for the moment let’s stick to reality and focus on what we’ve got today.

Here’s the complete translation:

Waiting for the PNN system with a battery-powered and remote-controlled power supply to be operational (Fig.A)

Figure A: PNN test platform with on-board power source

several tests have been run trying to minimize the effects of measurement errors, mainly due to thermal deformations of the coaxial cable that brings power to F432 from an external amplifier.

The experimental setup is very simple: a Kern electronic scale, with an accuracy of a  thousandth of a gram, is placed on the arm of a balance scale while the prototype is placed on the opposite arm.
On the opposite side, with a suitable counterweight, the Kern scale is suitably shielded (fig. 2) according to the indications of one of our four new collaborators.
The shielding is perfect by using a triple layer anti-radiation net plus humble but effective tinfoil.

Figure 1: F432 on the arm scale. The thrust direction is upwards

As you can see in figure 1, F432 is anchored to an arm of the balance scale.
The scale power supply has been switched from AC to battery. Both scale and battery have been enclosed in a box (shoe box) that has been conveniently shielded, even on the support surface (further details are not released)

Figure 2: the Kern scale and its power source inside a shielded container

The fulcrum of the balance scale rests on a knife whose support structure is locked by a clamp (fig.3 in the middle)

Figure 3: the complete setup: balance arm scale, F432, Kern scale and counterweight

On the arm related to the Kern scale there is a counterweight, to avoid that the scale becomes unbalanced and goes out of scale exceeding 60 grams.

Specifically if on one arm the prototype pushes upwards on the opposite one the thrust is downwards, with an increase in weight indicated on the scale display.

To avoid the usual electromagnetic interference the transmission of the reading on the scale display is made through an optical fiber cable connected to a laptop. Obviously the remote transmission is required to avoid any collateral damage and therefore to remain at safety distance from the PNN prototype while in action (irradiation).

And we come to the subject of the title:  if the PNN law of inertia was the same as the Newtonian mechanics we would have to expect a constant thrust after ignition (at about 500 watts).
Instead, as you can see in the video below:

The thrust (weight increase on the scale) increase with time … that is the same effect I had noticed on the ballistic pendulum.

Luckily there seems to be a dissipative process since as it looks absurd (at Newtonian interpretation level) the very paradoxical problem of PNN thrust is to make it stop once the power is turned off.
What does it mean ? That even with a few Watts I can reach enormous thrusts..

One only has to wait.

In the video I’ve turned off UHF power after about 40 secs due to overheating problems (passive-only thermal dissipation).
Everything can be done without violating the conservation of energy or that of momentum simply by accepting the anti-relativistic concept of mass decreasing with increasing PNN kinetic energy.
The achievement of consistent thrusts that exceed the dissipation (PNN energy with power off) can allow the take-off from planets like Earth..
As I said above, to reach an appropriate escape speed (ascending progressively like an elevator) one only has to wait.

In conclusion, this kind of thrust would lead to the liberation from every relativistic bond to reach Earth-like planets that are light years away.

Obviously when the prototype is mounted in the opposite direction to fig.1 there is a decrease in weight on the plate of the Kern scale.

I have tried to eliminate thermal errors induced by the coaxial cable, which heats up in ways that I can only discuss with my collaborators.
I tried to eliminate them by making thermal deformations work against the PNN thrust
but, I repeat in order to not create opposite impressions, I expect decisive certainty only when the ” little cart” in fig.A will be operational and coupled with F432.
That is when F432 will be a small spaceship with a DPS (Supplementary Power Device) as it’s not possible for private citizens to obtain a Radioisotope Thermal Generator.

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3 thoughts on “More experimental evidences for PNN inertia

    1. Egregio Zanotti per informarti della seguente:

      a) essendo stracerto che il III di Newton è violato con la pnn rimane ancora da stabilire bene quanto e come cambia la legge di inerzia

      b) nell’ipotesi che la legge di inerzia non cambi come dovrebbe potrebbero servire ancora le vecchie trombette missilistiche riinterpretate PER ENTRARE IN ORBITA TERRESTRE con adeguato carico utile .

      b) Quindi ho fatto questa richiesta su Nasaspaceflight per avere dei dati
      http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?board=73.0
      missilistici onde avere info che non conosco non essendo di mio interesse.

      Pubblicherò (SEMPRE SE MI AVANZA TEMPO CON LA PNN !) la cosa su Nova 155 informandoti prima come al solito.
      Inutile dire che si è scatenata la solita bagarre di diffazioni in un ng italiano in omaggio al detto che nemo propheta in patria:
      https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=IT#!topic/it.discussioni.misteri/NyvzgE84q-w

      Saluti

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