# Nathan Inan – Higher-Order Inductive Effects in Tensor Gravito-electromagnetism

https://www.americanantigravity.com – Dr. Nathan Inan discusses Higher-Order Inductive Effects in Tensor Gravito-electromagnetism.

Dr. Inan has written, “we describe a mechanism which quantifies how gravitational waves interact with superconductors, and may even be expelled by them in a gravitational Meissner-like effect. In addition, we investigate a “charge separation effect,” also dubbed the “Heisenberg-Coulomb effect,” which was first proposed in [1], and later referenced in [2]. This ef- fect is a result of the Cooper pairs being condensed into a quantum mechanical zero-momentum eigenstate, and therefore, by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, being non-local. Hence they cannot follow any classical trajec- tories in the presence of a gravitational wave.

In contrast to this, each ion in its lattice site can re- spond locally to the gravitational wave, and thereby the ionic lattice can oscillate in its deformation accordingly. It is found that the zero-point energy of the phonon modes of the lattice dominates the response of the lattice to the wave. The difference in motion of the Cooper pairs (nega- tively charged), and the lattice ions (positively charged) re- sults in the charge separation effect. According to [1], this creates an electric field which opposes the supercurrents induced by the gravitational wave. The resulting Coulomb force acts as a very strong restoring force that makes the superconductor extremely “stiff” to gravitational waves. The mass supercurrents produced by this effect will radi- ate gravitationally. Therefore, the incoming gravitational wave will be re-radiated back out, and the superconductor will act as a mirror to gravitational waves.”

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This event is part of Estes Park Advanced Propulsion Workshop 2020, hosted online in Zoom format and moderated by Hal Fearn from CSU Fullerton.

• Event: Estes Park Advanced Propulsion Workshop 2020

• Sponsors: CSU Fullerton / Space Studies Institute (SSI.org)

• Website: https://physics.fullerton.edu/~hal/estes.html