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May 15, 1992

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This file shared with KeelyNet courtesy of Robert Hinkelman.

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THE RESONANT VELOCITY OF SPACE

by Rick Andersen

A Keelynet listing called GRAVITY2.ZIP (10/17/90) presented an

unpublished paper by John R. Majka called "A Different Point of

View".

There the hypothesis was set forth that the ratio of magnetic-to-

electric field "seen" by an observer of a charged particle is a

function of the relative motion between the particle and observer.

Also, that the magnetic permeability of free space and the electric

permittivity thereof are analogous to the distributed inductance and

capacitance, respectively, of a transmission line.

This leads to the suggestion that a transmission line's RESONANCE,

which depends on its inductance (L) and capacitance (C), corresponds

to a RESONANT VELOCITY of free space, that velocity being the speed

of light (2.998E8 meters/sec). For the implications of this

hypothesis, see the file GRAVITY2.ZIP.

This file serves as an addendum to J. Majka's paper. Evidently

Majka is not the first to seriously consider the "resonant velocity"

idea.

In 1986, Prentice-Hall, Inc. published a college-level textbook

entitled "Waveforms: a modern guide to nonsinusoidal waves and

nonlinear processes", by Homer B. Tilton (ISBN 0-13-946096-9).

On page 66 Tilton introduces the concept of "super resonance", in

which he discusses a dual oscillator system (two pendulums). On

page 67 he illustrates a theoretical electrical version of the dual

pendulums-- dual L-C tank circuits coupled together through back-to-

back zener diodes.

Tilton claims that, if the resonant circuits are excited in their

linear regions, below a certain threshold, each L-C tank (or

pendulum) will oscillate at its own independent resonant frequency.

But when they are OVERDRIVEN into the nonlinear region, they will

act as if they had been tuned to a higher frequency simply as a

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result of the NEW MODE OF EXCITATION. I now quote directly from

Tilton,pp. 67,68:

"THE 'RESONANT SPEED OF SPACE'

The constancy of the speed of light in free space leads to the

now-classic equation of special relativity, gamma=(1-beta^2)

^(-1/2), which describes relativistic effects, with beta being

'normalized velocity'. Among these effects are 'space

contraction', 'time dilation', and 'mass increase with

velocity'.

That equation for gamma can be 'explained' by likening the

speed of light in free space to a resonance condition.

"An electronic circuit analogy was announced by Schelkunoff

in 1938 [footnote 1] in which it was shown that the intrinsic

impedance of free space is analogous to the characteristic

impedance of a network, and the Q of a lossy medium is

analogous to the Q of a network. That analog is in common use

today in antenna design.

"That electronic circuit analogy has been developed further by

the author [Tilton] in accordance with the ideas that the

permittivity and permeability of free space are analogous to

the capacitance and inductance, respectively, of a tuned

circuit. In this extension of the analogy, the speed of light

becomes analogous to the resonant frequency of a tuned circuit

[footnote 2].

"While apparently it is not possible to decrease the value of

either the permittivity or permeability of free space and

thereby 'tune' it to a higher 'resonant speed', the following

question nevertheless presents itself: Can a region of free

space be EFFECTIVELY tuned to a higher resonant speed by

exciting it in the manner of the binary systems described

above? This question remains unanswered." [End quote]

So we see that John Majka seems to be in good company with other

scientists who have been pondering this idea at least as far back as

the 1930's.

As food for thought, I'd like to pose the question: Is it possible

that the notorious "Philadelphia Experiment" utilized these

principles to warp space-time in 1943?

Tilton speaks of possibly "raising" the resonant speed of space --

but what about LOWERING it?

If Einstein was correct in saying that a mass cannot be accelerated

all the way up to light speed, can we perhaps "cheat" by bringing

DOWN the effective speed of light in a given area of space?

It would seen that by manipulating electromagnetics properly we

might be able to alter a region of space and thus be able do perform

all sorts of stange magic tricks.

Any comments relating to these points are welcome!

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Footnote 1-- S. A. Schelkunoff, "The Impedance Concept and its

Application to Problems of Reflection, Refraction,

Shielding, and Power Absorption", The Bell System

Technical Journal, XVII, no. 1, (January 1938), pp.

17-48.

Footnote 2-- H. B. Tilton, "An Electronic Analog of Relativistic

Space", Electron and Ion Beam Science and Technology

(New York: The Electrochemical Society, Inc., 1968),

pp. 3-14.

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