Those old elites who coerce national policies and declarations of war to protect their foreign investments do not waste time destroying new technologies, which potentially usurp their pedestals of power. Nevertheless, inventors take note both foreign investors and markets are far more ready and able to implement every new developments, which emerge from the sea of dreams.
No doubt the experimental results of Dr. Brown were sufficient evidence that a revolution had indeed arrived; one, which certain highly stabilized dynasties did not wish to see, proliferated. Disappointed but undaunted, he applied in England for a patent. Was it not curious that there, he was immediately granted patent 300.311 on 15 November 1928!
In this wonderful disclosure, he recounts his original Coolidge X-Ray tube experiment. Each of his experimental arrangements is preserved in developmental stages. This patent is a true “textbook” on electro-gravity, Dr. Brown openly stating that electrified dielectrics moved as whole units through space without measurable reaction. He also indicates that, in this condition, Newton’s Third Law of motion is apparently violated. He was granted an American patent thereafter for his rotary “electrostatic motor” in 1930 (1.974.483).
While working with the gravitator, Dr. Brown discovered that its behavior as a pendulum varied literally “with the phases of the moon”. In addition, there were startling effects, which the sun evidently impressed on the gravitator during its charge-discharge cycles. Whether solar or lunar, it was clear that natural gravitational field conditions were observably affecting local space conditions right before his eyes. The peak maxima and minima of the gravitator varied so much during full moon phases, that he was able to chart the performance against the celestial activities with great precision. After acquiring so much data, he was able to predict what celestial conditions were occurring without visually sighting them. This is when the military became intrigued with his work. A new phase of Dr. Brown’s career here began.
Remember that gravitators, as pendulums, do not behave as ordinary masses. The mass of a gravitator is modified by the electrostatic impulse, forcing a new interaction with gravitation. The gravitator rises during the electrostatic excitation pulse, doing so rather rapidly and discontinuously. When carefully observed, the “rise” phase consists of several “graded steps”. Once through this “stepped rise”, the gravitator manifests a “tension” while held in its maximum position. The gravitator appears to be in a fluidic channel while suspended at an angle. In this levitated position, the gravitator “bobs” several times. After the shockwave has saturated its dielectric thoroughly, the gravitator begins its lengthy “fall” back to the rest point. Here, more than during the rise phase, one most clearly observes the “rest steps” which last for several minutes.
The discovery identified the number and position of spatially disposed “rest steps” with the positions of sun and moon. In more refined optical examinations, one could even discern the effect of certain planetary configurations on the gravitator. These fixed space “slots” became the most intriguing discovery since his original observation of the electrogravitic interaction.
In order to test the electrogravitic hypothesis, he was forced to go into “extreme” locations. He discovered that the celestial space warping effect appeared without loss of strength even in very deep caverns. Here was an effect, which was decidedly not reducible to electrostatic effects alone. No, this was very obviously an electrogravitic effect. The only measurable and penetrating “force” in the cavern was gravitation. Enclosed on all sides by solid walls of conductive rock, the cave effectively formed a Faraday Cage. No net electrostatic field could be determined that far down. The combination of solar and lunar warped spaces was evidently “bathing” the earth.
Terrestrial space, being thus bathed in transient space warps, was constantly changing its “symmetry”. It was not homogeneous. Along with this change in space symmetries, there were constant variations in gravitational potential in every locale. The effects could not be detected by inertial instruments alone. It could only be detected in electrostatically activated instruments. There, an interaction was taking place; one in which gravity and electrostatic charge produced strongly observed motional effects. On retrospect, Dr. Brown discovered that several professional observers had measured these “anomalies” and discounted them. Using special string torsion equipment, highly charged, their instruments gave “perplexing” and inconsistent results. In 1930 he was employed in the Naval Research Laboratory. Between the years 1931 and 1933 his research in dielectrics became classified information. New effects were now observed in electrical systems. Immobile capacitors evidenced fluctuations in field strength throughout the day. He first observed that all charged capacitors revealed fluctuations, which varied with both solar and lunar cycles. Relative space gravitational effects registered with strength in both capacitor pendulums and immobile capacitors. Extremely basic instrumentation were thus capable of delivering celestial information to observers, the electrostatic fluctuations evidencing sudden “events” of unknown significance. Critics claimed that these events were simple “internal noise” effects. Brown relocated to a bunker-like concrete test facility and immersed his instruments in refrigerants. The instruments worked with greater strength and finer precision. The signals were actually amplified. Silence is golden.
These were the first recorded instances where gravitational “waves” had been scientifically determined with great accuracy. These experiments were first performed in very heavily shielded ground level buildings. The Naval Research Laboratory funded his research between 1937 and 1939, establishing underground gravity wave measurement stations in caverns and mineshafts. These experimental stations, in Ohio and Pennsylvania, remained highly classified for years.
This information on gravity waves was considered by Brown as proof of Einstein’s predictions concerning gravitational waves. The work was presumably classified because of the possible implementation of the sensors in warfare. In his underground stations, Brown measured daily changes in sun and moon. Despite the extreme depth of his apparatus, the signals continued manifesting in their strength. The results of this work yet remains classified, though Brown published certain of these on his own after the World War.
Identifying his secret underground systems as “gravity wave detectors”, Brown was forging new scientific and technological ground. Greatly appreciated by the military, he remained in their secure employ for several years.
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