How is a superconducting gyro thought to be able to generate a gravity shield?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
As far as I know there is no shield for gravity. You r Q may bew related to that device that has gyros all over it and seems to defy gravity but probably doesn't.
One test of these things is to ask: "Could this lead to perpetual motion?" A sheild to gravity (that doesn't require energy input after starting) would so I think not possible.
- JOHNNIE BLv 71 decade ago
U can place shorted inductors on an antenna cable that will use the power in lightning to fight lightning. Creates large magnetic shields not super conductors but kind of similar.