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"Many years ago I was convinced the Heisenberg uncertainty principle was incomplete, and people shouldn't just believe it because that is what modern science says. It wasn't until I learned the math and derived it in a university classroom that I realized it is a truth and I was wrong."

Since you have a physics background, you should be able to understand most of this:

The physics of Electrostatics and General Relativity shows that above a threshold electric field strength, static electricity creates repulsive anti-gravity:

https://www.reddit.com/r/antigravity/comments/10kncca/antigravity_theory/

The 1st proof in this paper shows that static electricity induces negative pressure/tension

σ = -F/A, Force per unit Area. Negative pressure has the same units as energy density E/V, Energy per unit Volume.

And General Relativity shows that negative pressure/negative energy density creates repulsive anti-gravity.

The 2nd proof shows that if negative pressure/tension is within a superconductor, the energy required to create repulsive anti-gravity is reduced by orders of magnitude - from an astronomically high level - to a level that makes it much easier to engineer anti-gravity.

 

SUMMARY OF THE PROOFS IN THIS PAPER

https://www.reddit.com/r/antigravity/comments/10kncca/antigravity_theory/

 

ON THE SURFACE OF A SPHERE CHARGED WITH STATIC ELECTRICITY THE CONDUCTION ELECTRONS ARE UNDER negative pressure, tension:

In a conducting metal sphere charged with static electricity, according to Gauss's law, all excess electrons migrate to the outer surface. These conduction electrons repel each other. The components of the electrostatic repulsive forces tangent, parallel, to the sphere surface cancel out. That leaves a net repulsive electrostatic force perpendicular to the surface. So the conduction electrons on the surface experience an outward directed electrostatic force.

Each free conduction electron on a metal conductor surface is a delocalized wave (wave function) - with potential energy proportional to the positive charges in the metal’s periodic atomic lattice, called a Bloch wave function: - meaning the electron wave on the surface is attracted to the positively charged sphere. Assuming the sphere is charged with high voltage static electricity, the conduction electron on the surface will experience an outward directed electrostatic force. This outward force is opposed by an equal attractive force in the opposite direction toward the positively charged atoms in the interior. So the electron wave is acted on by two forces: a repulsive force from the other surface electrons repelling it away from the surface; and an equal and opposite force from the positively charged interior pulling it toward the surface. This is the physics and engineering definition of negative pressure, tension. So these two equal opposing forces put the electron under negative pressure, tension.

 

PROOF AN ELECTRON CAN BE UNDER TENSION

(1) https://i.imgur.com/DoRmSOE.png

(2) https://i.imgur.com/iDRjIi6.png

(3) https://i.imgur.com/BpccTDz.png

The General Relativity gravitational field equation shows

negative pressure, tension creates

repulsive anti-gravity.

That means static electricity-induced electron

negative pressure, tension should create

repulsive anti-gravity.

 

The following paper gives the detailed physics proving that if the static electricity electric field strength is great enough, the negative pressure/tension induced in the static electricity electrons will create repulsive anti-gravity; and if the static electricity is in a superconductor the energy requirement is reduced by many orders of magnitude - - - making it orders of magnitude easier to engineer repulsive anti-gravity:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/wxlhhczku5896ga/Antigravity_Physics_101_.pd

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