We should also be able to find galaxies in our neighbourhood that eject matter

We should also be able to find galaxies in our

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We should also be able to find galaxies in our neighbourhood that eject matter along their axes of spin. Such galaxies should be expected to have a significant amount of positively charged spinning objects at or near their centres, generating large spin currents.
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NU Journal of Discovery, Vol 9, July 2013, NUjournal.net/Physics-of-gravity.pdf 4 Generating repulsive gravity field S Reduction of gravity field intensity and associated gravity force on Earth needs to involve spinning of positively charged objects. Spinning positively charged objects, just like spinning protons in “solar wind” do everyday above Earth’s poles, can locally reduce or eliminate gravity on Earth to assist us with transport and construction activities. Capacitors with spinning electrodes Capacitor is a device that separates charges using an electric potential applied between electrodes. An obvious way of reducing/eliminating Earth’s gravity seems to spin the electrode that attracts protons. Significant spin currents can potentially be achieved by spinning large number of protons at moderate angular velocities. Spinning both electrodes whether in similar or opposite directions is counterproductive from the point of view of S field generation. Design of S field generating capacitors needs to compromise between various constraints imposed by size, spin rate, voltage, insulation, capacitance and application. Capacitors with spinning proton-attracting electrodes seem the most convenient devices to determine constants g1827 g2868 and g2011 g2868 with accuracy required for engineering applications. Spinning sources of positive ions Spinning alpha-emitting isotopes such as Polonium 210 will generate continuous streams of spinning alpha particles. Spinning alpha particles should travel in a vacuum chamber to extend the time they spin before colliding with surroundings. The generated S -field should increase proportionally to the length of travel of spinning alpha particles. Cyclotron A cyclotron is a device that uses magnetic field to force charged particles to move along a curved trajectory. If the magnetic field intensity is constant, the charged particle trajectory is a helix with a fixed radius. In a cyclotron, the spin current field S is generated by spinning charges in directions parallel to the axis of the cyclotron, forming a cylindrical “curtain” that can be observed during certain stages of the star formation process. The most convenient positively charged particles to use in cyclotrons are alpha particles, because alpha-decaying isotopes, such as Polonium 210, eject them with a significant (and constant) speed of 0.05 c so that they do not need to be accelerated to be used in a cyclotron. Cyclotrons designed to entrap a beam of alpha particles using magnetic field can potentially operate in a self-sustained way at their natural orbiting frequencies with minimal external energy input requirements.
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