Gravity & Matter Quantum Behaviour from Accelerations, during Electric discharges into Graphite-Based Superconductor

  •  Claude Poher    
  •  Danielle Poher    


We observe propelling accelerations of a half-kilogram size matter mass, during low energy electric discharges, into a patented “Space Electric Thruster” named “Emitter”. This device is made of a Graphite-based, partially superconducting material, at laboratory temperature, and metallic conductors. That emitter propels from theoretically predicted interaction, and emission, of Gravitational Quanta, bearing a momentum, so without ejecting matter particles in Space. From accelerations values measured, with different electric energies, two discharge directions, and three propelling directions, versus the Earth Gravity acceleration direction, we measure the amplitude of several previously unknown phenomena. (i) Quantum nature of Earth Gravity. (ii) Propagation direction of Earth Gravity Quanta. (iii) Expansion of atomic lattice in emitter materials, pushed by Gravitational Quanta. (iiii) Push of free electrons, from the electric powering currents, by Gravitational Quanta. These phenomena confirm predictions from the Inertia and Gravitation model we proposed, and we used to develop our emitters. Same model predicts the observed constant orbital velocity of stars into galaxies, without any Dark Matter mass. And it predicts physical phenomena, observed in our laboratory and published, with another kind of emitter, at cryogenic temperature, during electric discharges.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1916-9639
  • ISSN(Online): 1916-9647
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: semiannual

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