Biefeld-Brown Effect


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Thomas Townsend Brown - a talented American physicist and inventor was born in 1905.

With his name linked Biefield-Brown Effect in that electric capacitor will move toward the positive pole and will maintain this momentum until it discharges. This movement is not against the law of physics that every action causes a similar opposition. The strength of impeding the present, but in the case of gravity, it is not clearly expressed.

Using this technology, Brown built a disc machine 24 feet in diameter, which allegedly reached speeds of 17 ft / s in his laboratory. Wheels were simple variation of the two capacitor plates, charged constant voltage 50 KV. When disks of charging, they began to move around the torso ways. In order to maintain their flight energy required just 50 W, which corresponds to the consumption of small light bulbs.
 
Eletrokinetic machines in Bahnson Lab
 
Thomas Townsend Brown died at Avalon, Catalina Island, California, October 22, 1985. His laboratory was dismantle, the majority of equipment sold. Thomas Brown has received many patents for various electrical devices based on the kinetic effect Bifelda-Brown, but with his death, virtually all studies were stopped.

He showed early keen interest in space flight, that at a time when even the Wright brothers perceived successes skeptical, to be net visionary. His youthful enthusiasm seemingly naive at the time of knowledge on radio and electromagnetism subsequently served him invaluable service, giving basic information on these areas of science. In their "experimentation" he once get hung up Kulidzha (American physicist and chemist William Coolidge invited X-ray tube with Thermionic of thin tungsten spiral, a so-called tube Kulidzh), which then led him to a surprising discovery. Brown is not interested in X-rays as such. He wanted to determine not whether emanating from the tube Kulidzh rays provide a useful effect.
 
He showed early keen interest in space flight, that at a time when even the Wright brothers perceived successes skeptical, to be net visionary. His youthful enthusiasm seemingly naive at the time of knowledge on radio and electromagnetism subsequently served him invaluable service, giving basic information on these areas of science. In their "experimentation" he once get hung up Kulidzh (American physicist and chemist William Coolidge invited X-ray tube with Thermionic of thin tungsten spiral, a so-called tube Kulidzh), which then led him to a surprising discovery. Brown is not interested in X-rays as such. He wanted to determine not whether emanating from the tube Kulidzha rays provide a useful effect.
 
He did what has not yet thought no scholar of his time: reinforced tube Coolidge on sensitive balances, and began to test their device. However, whatever side it is turned apparatus, he could not install any measurable actions X-rays. But suddenly his strange behavior attracted the attention of the tube itself: whenever it included a tube, it produced some momentum, as if apparatus tried to move forward. It took a lot of time and effort before he found an explanation. The newly opened phenomenon did not have anything to do with X-rays-it was on the basis of high voltage is used for education rays.

Brown held a series of experiments to determine the nature of these new, open them to "force", and eventually he was able to construct the device, which he described as "gravitator". His invention was a simple kind of bakelite box, but it cost to put it on scales and connect to the source of power voltage of 100 kilovolts, as the apparatus depending on the polarity is added or lost by about one percent of its weight.
 
Brown was convinced that opened a new electric principle, but did not know how to use Nobody. Despite the fact that his work on some newspapers reported, none of eminent scientists expressed no interest in his invention, which, incidentally, did not have to wonder - then Brown just finished high school.

In 1922 he enrolled at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. But there it works, no one has given importance.
 
Not roly positions, Brown in 1923 goes into Kenionsky College in Gambier, Ohio, holds a one-year, and then sent to Denisonovsky University in Grenville, also in Ohio, where the physical separation of studying electronics. His teacher was Dr. Alfred Bifeld Paul, professor of physics and astronomy and one of eight former classmates A. Einstein in Switzerland.
 
Unlike their colleagues in Pasadena Bifeld showed great interest in the opening Brown, and both - the professor and student - were charged experimenting with electrical capacitors and developed a physical principle that became known as the effect Bifelda-Brown. The essence of this effect has been charged electric capacitor tendency to move towards its positive pole - the very movement, which Brown once found a tube Kulidzh.
 
Upon completion of Education Brown spent four years in Sveyzi Observatory in Ohio, and since 1930 has left her and worked as a specialist in physics fields and spectroscopy at the Laboratory of Naval Research in Washington.

Despite the fact that in 30 - ies he had to change occupation, Brown continued in his spare time to engage in physical research, in particular the effect Bifelda-Brown. Over time gravitor has undergone numerous improvements.

In 1939, Brown became a reserve Navy lieutenant and was appointed a responsible officer on magnetic and acoustic Mine research ship bureau. Shortly after this appointment, Brown came into contact with the first phase of the project, which will probably later ended the Philadelphia experiment.

We can not say with certainty whether Brown has worked actively over the Philadelphia experiment, because much of the work of its scientific teams in the area close to demagnetization ships. In addition, he was saying his own words, "a terribly expensive work on high vacuum."
In any case, his activities in ship bureau, where he had been found, 50 million dollars for scientific purposes and dozen staff members to the academic education, to be considered as exemplary. True, it has not lasted too long because of the terrible confusion that followed the Pirl Harbor, he was transferred, now with the rank of captain second rank, in Norfolk, where, while continuing research work, while he headed the Radar-tracking school Atlantic The Navy fleet. In December 1943, he was sent home to rest, and soon at the insistence of doctors dismissed from service. This is an interesting view of some researchers that the disease is directly related to Brown, Philadelphia experiment. In 1944, Brown went to Hawaii and continues to study.

In the same years of his capture resurgence observing UFOs. Close monitoring discussion between the military and science in the late 40 - x - beginning 50 - ies, he expressed the view that the driving force UFOs, possibly could have been solved on an international basis. Brown hinted that in their studies Electrogravitation he may have found a key clue to the problem.

In 1952, moved to Cleveland, he outlined a project called them "Winter haven", which after consideration of relevant hoped to invite the military. He managed to raise so because of its lifting gravitator, that the apparatus was able to lift weights, significantly exceeding its own.

Theoretically, Brown tried to explain their results notions Unified Field Theory. He firmly believed in the existence of a good docking effect between gravity and electricity. The fact that demonstrates its apparatus, and it is precisely this very effect. Brown designed disc capacitor and when submitting different voltage DC observed effect Bifelda-Brown in action. At corresponding a design and an electric pressure disk "air a film" were resulted in independent flying movement, publishing thus weak buzz and letting out a bluish electric luminescence.
 
In 1953, Brown was able to demonstrate such a flight in the laboratory 60 - centimetre "air disc torso route to 6 meters in diameter. The aircraft was connected to the central tower wire in which to lodge a constant voltage electric current 50 thousand volts. Staff developed the maximum speed of about 51 m / s (180 km / hour).

Brown worked with almost inhuman determination and high financial costs. Soon he managed to surpass its own success. During the next show he demonstrated a set of 90 flight - centimetre-diameter disks in a circle of 15 meters. Everything was immediately classified. Nevertheless, most scientists who attended the demonstration, did not hide skepticism, inclined to attribute this driving force for a certain brown, as they are called, "electric wind", although for the production of such a force would require a truly "an electrical storm." Few believed that the effect Bifelda-Brown may be a something new in physics.

Brown, until recently, was convinced that with the necessary funds study the effect Bifelda-Brown would lead to a breakthrough in the field of movement of spacecraft, not to mention other applications.