Many different methods exist for producing artificial gravity, meaning gravity that does not originate solely from mass but rather via proper manipulation of energy fields. These include shaped electrostatic fields, rotating magnetic fields, phase conjugated electromagnetic standing waves, acoustic spherical standing waves in piezoelectric materials, ionized vortices, and longitudinal wave broadcasts via large surface area conductors. A rather ingenious method is thermogravitics, or producing gravity through heat. How does that work? Read on.
From an article on educate-yourself.org by Philip Ledoux:
I was given the practical, junk yard application of this device by Slim Spurling (findable via a search for his name). Two plates of copper are used to which a copper tube bent into a circle is brazed or soldered. Another block of stainless steel is sandwiched between these copper plates and held together “somehow” so that no direct through metal contact is made to the “other side.” There are several methods possible; an insulated bolt of nylon or tapped and threaded holes in the face of the stainless to attach the copper plates would be my options. The copper plates need to be sized to hold Peltier Junctions; these are those hot or cold transistor type devices that are used in cold/hot transport boxes that are so popular. These Peltier Junctions are attached to the faces of these copper plates, wired parallel on each “side” of the separating stainless block. One side is wired for hot, the other side for cold, the source being an automotive 12V battery. The ring wants to be 27 inches in diameter. The thermal stress across this ring placed one side up will bring in rain, and if flipped over to the other side will cause a tornado to lift up and not touch the building and area surrounding it. It will not stop a tornado or hurricane, but will mitigate normal rain.
So, here is a device that is relatively cheap to build, works off a 12 V battery, and laid one side up will bring in rain, or the reverse side up hold off rain or mitigate severe storms in a limited area. Slim passed this information on to me, allows anyone to experiment and build for themselves, but has intellectual copywrite and anyone desiring to commercially produce must make arrangements.
Sounds pretty interesting. The relevant article on Keelynet concerns Gianni Dotto who in the 1970s patented an unusual medical device. His machine, known as the Dotto Ring, among other things created a temperature gradient inside a copper ring to produce a thermoelectric effect consisting of high currents at low voltages.
The ring is capable of creating a field feasible for use on the human body as a product of the voltage intensity similar to the voltage measured across a normal cell, but with a current intensity greater than the total amount of energy measured across the entire human body (3-6,000 amps).
This “magnetic” field produced via the Seebeck Effect reportedly cured cancer, reversed aging, and at times even levitated. To me this suggests the primary effect was not magnetic, but gravitational. The huge electric currents generated by the temperature gradient would have been accompanied by an equally impressive magnetic vector potential field, and the latter under proper geometric configurations is what warps the local gravitational potential and brings on negentropic conditions.
Avalon Research has published their findings in two articles (one and two) regarding a device similar to that of Slim Spurling. It consists of a Peltier Junction thermocouple sandwiched between two copper discs soldered together at the edges, perhaps with a heat-absorbing mass in between the thermocouple and the copper. This device lost some milligrams of weight when flipped up, and gained the same when flipped down. Basically heat flows from the top copper disk to the edges, then towards the center of the bottom disk and back up through Peltier-junction. I would expect the thermoelectric currents to do the same, and hence the vector potential.
Concerning the weather effects, that seems to be a constant with anything that creates exotically shaped vector potentials. Another device that does this, albeit via rotating magnetic fields, is the Newman Motor as built by David Wells. See the article at Rex Research for more information. What this means is that the underlying principle, not specifically just one of the various devices unwittingly using it, is what affect the weather. And if you can grasp this underlying principle, you can design something that produces the effect optimally for whatever effects desired: reverse aging, cure cancer, engineer the weather, levitate, etc… to which I must add the following caveat from Ledoux:
I am of the opinion that if anyone tried commercial production TPTB would wipe them out instantly. Thus the only chance we have is to individually put one together, that way TPTB will have no way of knowing whom is doing what without playing 24 hour cop on the beat; and with a little sneakiness that is inherent in most “aware” readers, TPTB’s cops are going to have one hell of a time finding anything.