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The System-G from Fran De Aquino
Towards an Antigravity Breakthrough ?....

Courtesy of Fran De Aquino and Steve Burns

created on March 11th, 2000 - JLN Labs - Last update May 25th, 2000

The System-G experiment has been performed successfuly by Fran De Aquino on January 27th, 2000 at the Physics Department of Maranhao State University in Brazil.

Reference papers :

Gravitation and Electromagnetism: Correlation and Grand Unification ( gr-qc/9910036 )

Fran De Aquino has published a paper ( released on January 30th, 2000 ) :" Gravitation and Electromagnetism: Correlation and Grand Unification ". This paper has demonstrated that a weight reduction of the System-G apparatus has been observed and experimentaly verified at room temperature. The experiment has also shown an important gravitational phenomenon; when System-G has been energized, it has been observed a GRAVITATIONAL SHIELDING EFFECT : the weight of everything inside of the annealed iron tube ( iron powder, ELF antenna,... ) has been nullified, the scale has just shown the weight of the steel tube with the annealed iron.

 Test results from Fran De Aquino ( January 27th, 2000 ) : 1) Before energizing the System-G, its weight was 34.85 kg; and the weight of the shield (0.6mm) was 1.7kg. 2) When the power has been switched ON, and the current reachs 300 A, 3) The System-G weight has been reduced to 11.05 kg. 4) What means that the weight of the shield was - 22.1kg ( -13 x 1.7kg). Exactly in accordance with Eq.1.04 below : (1.04) mg = mi - 2{[ 1 + [ U/mic2[ ½ermr[ (1+(s/we )2)½+1] ]½]²]½- 1}mi 5) So, the weight loss of System-G was ( - 22.1kg - 1.7kg) = - 23.8kg Best Regards, Fran De Aquino

The weight measurements of the System-G during the experiment have been checked with an electronic scale and also with a mechanical dynamometer, they have given the same results. The use of different means ( electronical and mechanical ) for measuring the weight modifications cancels all possible interferences ( EMI ) on the scale system itself.

The ELF radiation was totally absorbed by the annealed pure iron ( the thickness of 0.6 mm has been calculated for this ), this has been confirmed with an ELF Radiation meter. A steel duct had been initialy installed for protecting the annealed iron, but this was not necessary .