Classical Physics


Transmission of Gravity by Cable and the Use of This Phenomena in Space.

Authors: Alexander Bolonkin

Everyone knows that electrical voltage and energy can be transmitted through a conductive cable and widely use this phenomenon in engineering. But few people know that gravitational voltage (force and energy) can also be transmitted via a conventional (non-conductive) cable. Apparently, for the first time in 2002 A. Bolonkin drew attention to this possibility and developed a theory of such a transfer in space to change the trajectory of spacecraft. This paper popularly presents some of the ideas of [1]. For full familiarization with theory and calculations cosmic transfer of recommend turn to sources [1] - [3].

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