H. Beck 

The Generation of Antigravity





MUFON-CES-Report No. 11 Interdisciplinary UFO Research
S. 241 – 293

In this essay the autor is looking for theoretical approaches derived from the Heim theory that may permit a generation of antigravity. The mathematical modells used here are based on 4-dimensional versions of Heims 6-dimensional field equations.

In the Heim Theory a coppling between the angular momentum of a rotating mass and its magnetic field is supposed. So the autor claims the existance of the opposite effect: a dynamic magnetic field should produce weak dynamic gravitational field components. By a special design of the setup a kind of  'antigravitation' should be obtained that will be opposite to the direction of earth's gravitational field. A special arrangement is suggested consisting of two electric magnets that rotate in opposite direction and that are driven with an elctric current of the same frequency (13 Hz).

Formulas presented in this essay are not the exact formulas that Burkhard Heim has developed in his theory. So the modells shown here might have some errors and they may be some kind of speculation.
(OP, 2000)


H. Beck
The Generation of Antigravity

MUFON-CES-Report No. 11 "Interdisciplinary UFO Research"; 1993; pages 241 – 293; English
(52 pages, 12 illustrations, 20 + 80 formulas)

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 1. Introduction                                              241
 2. Dipole Solution of the First Equation                     242
    2.1. The Basic Equation                                   242
    2.2. Equipment Needed for the Production of Antigravity   244
    2.3. The Vertical Field Component in the Dipole Approx.   247
    2.4. Gravitational Force                                  248
    2.5. Elemination of Time Dependence                       249
 3. The Wave Equation                                         253
    3.1. Solution of the Wave Equation                        255
    3.2. The Antigravitational Force                          259
 4. The Gravitational and Electromagnetic Fields              263
 5. Conclusions                                               264
Appendix A.
      A.1. Maxwell's Equations                                267
      A.2. The Gravitational Equations                        270
      A.3. The Unified Field Tensor                           272
Appendix B.
      B.1. The Field Equations                                278
      B.2. The Hertz Vector                                   279
      B.3. The Fields Generated by a Stationary Magnet        284
      B.4. Coordinate Transformations                         285
      B.5. The Rotating Fields                                287

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