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The probable effects of rotary disk

L.G. Djakhaiya


Classic effects of rotary disk and “artificial gravitation” formed by the centrifugal forces are known. An experiment is proposed for more definition to see if “red displacement” of gamma ray in rotary disk is the result of Doppler shift or real gravitational “red displacement”.

In the rotary disk a round chamber must be placed with maximum vacuum. Air must be pumped out for purity of the experiment. In the centre of the unmovable axis 4 mutually perpendicular rods with the plates on the ends must be fixed at 90°. On the distance of 2 cm from the plates 4 scotched cubes out of wood, glass, aluminum or lead are freely hung on an ordinary cotton.

Theoretically it follows that these cubes are not subjected to cen¬trifugal effect and must not be stuck to the plates. However, considering that at disk rotation with 1000 or 1200 revo¬lutions a second the “effective gravitational field” appears. The cubes will be attracted and stuck to the rods. This will be seen while opening the disk by mеans of hermetically sealed part of the bottom. This means that real gravitation takes place and not “pseudogravitation” (diametrical Doppler effect). If the result is positive it can be used to measure gravitational potential values depending on mass of the substance, rotation speed etc. Negative result also has definite scientific importance for contemporary physics.


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