Hypothesis: Diamagnetic Satellite Photon Excited Linear Quantum Drive - Updated November 10/2015
The basic concept is centred around the use of UV 405 nm light being injected into a series of diamagnetic crystals that have been doped into fluorescence in a progressive linear sequence. As the UV light excites the crystal, moving electrons to a higher energy level, the diamagnetic moment increases momentarily until fluorescence occurs and the electron falls back to its original energy level. The increasing diamagnetic field will interact with any external magnetic field developing a tendency to move away from the source. The concept is that the moving excitation would develop a moving anti magnetic bubble that would pull the system with it when conducted in space.
This idea is based on our first pitch and roll diamagnetic system's basic principals being tested in the ECOSAT satellite. This was a high energy method using a 980 NM, 250 MW laser heating a small part of a pyrolytic sheet (-400) resulting in a curie point hole into which the diamagnetic fields were reduced causing an imbalance in the field with the pyrolytic graphite sheet moving in the direction of the hole. With the florescence method a 1 to 5 mw 405 NM laser would be used to create the imbalance in the diamagnetic field moment. This will require the development of a new type of crystal such as doped diamond (-5.9) again a carbon based element. Depending on the amount and other impurities, the results would be similar to that seen in the original Blue John crystals. At the same time the diamagnetic field will need to be enhanced possibly through the doping method. Developing the enhanced diamagnetic crystals with a susceptibility hundreds to thousands of time stronger would also greatly benefit terrestrial application of this material for things such as mag-elev, new motors and aircraft. Some of the potential doping elements might be germanium iodide (-171), gallium sulfide (-80), arsenic iodide (-142), bismuth (-280), antimony iodide (-147), indium bromide (-107). These are just a suggestion as a point to start. Some diamonds do show a blue florescence again the magnetic susceptibility should be tested and A search indicates that the florescence may be caused by Boron (-6.7 to -59.9), the source of this should be investigated.
November 10/2015: A search for the cause of fluorescence in blue diamonds as it related to Born, has lead to a rather interesting and timely discovery. The two elements carbon and boron have been combined in Graphene, Boron Nitride “CHBN” as the basis of a photo reactive material for use in possible high speed semi conductors, see “Photo-induced Doping in Graphene/Boron Nitride Heterostructures “
The combining of the two materials using CVD (carbon vapour deposition) produces a band gap which Graphene on its own does not have. So the next step is to see if the new material has fluorescence when exposed to UV light and to see if the magnetic moment can be measured.
I want to give special thanks to Denis Scherk of Victoria, BC for the donation of two rings that contain fluorescent diamonds for this reasearch (blue and yellow). I really appreciate his donation. The next picture shows the rings:
And the blue ring under UV light:
The path to the simple test of the hypothesis
Diamagnetic Elements List
Overview of Methods for Magnetic Susceptibility Measurement
Electrically tunable transverse magnetic focusing in graphene
Photoinduced doping in heterostructures of graphene and boron nitride
Direct conversion of amorphous carbon into diamond at ambient pressures and temperatures in air
Novel phase of carbon, ferromagnetism, and conversion into diamond