- TL;DR Summary
The results of experiments are reported in this
paper that tested if induced external inertial forces
have the ability to impact the speed of the center of
mass of a system.
I have attached [Mentors note: the attachment has been deleted] a paper (patent application number was 63/191,323 confirmation number 2211 filing date 5/20/21) that reports on an experiment that I did that strongly suggests that inertial effects can impact the speed of the center of mass of a system. This experiment represents over 10 years of work that I have done on this project. I am posting the results of the experiment for a number of reasons. One, I believe it will generate a good debate on this forum on the causes of this effect. I am more of an experimentalist and I do not have the qualifications to give an in depth explanation of how the inertial effects arise in light of current theories on the causes of inertia: Machian or non-Machian. I have studied physics at the University of Utah years ago and am fully aware of the fundamentals of physics, conservation laws, etc. I have taken pains to make sure the measurements are accurate. Two, this experiment does not take any position on what causes inertia but only reports the effects of inertia and I am posting so that if anyone is interested they can do the experiment to verify if the results can be replicated. I am ready to answer any questions about the experiment.
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