Volume 19: Pages 592-599, 2006
Electrogravimagnetics: Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum — IV
Riccardo C. Storti 1, Todd J. Desiato 1
1Delta Group Engineering, 2/19 Firth Street, Doncaster 3108, Melbourne, Australia
An experimental prediction is developed considering gravitational acceleration g as a purely mathematical function. This expands potential experimental avenues in relation to the hypothesis to be tested presented in “Practical modeling methods of the polarizable vacuum — II” [Phys. Essays 19, 287 (2006)]. Subsequently, the construct herein presents the following: (i) a pseudo‐electromagnetic, pseudo‐propagating transverse plane wave harmonic representation of gravitational fields at a mathematical point, arising from geometrically spherical objects, using modified complex Fourier series; (ii) characteristics of the amplitude spectrum based on (i); (iii) derivation of the fundamental harmonic frequency based on (i); and (iv) characteristics of the frequency spectrum of an implied zero‐point field based on (i) and the assumption that an electromagnetic relationship exists over a change in displacement across a practical benchtop test volume.
Keywords: Buckingham Π theory, electromagnetics, equivalence principle, gravity, physical modeling, polarizable vacuum, zero‐point field
Received: December 15, 2005; Published Online: December 15, 2008