Authors: Carlos Barona
This is a scientific proposal with which it's sought to establish the theoretical-practical basis that permits that a device can be able to change its gravity environment (self-acceleration without lose mass). I propose that such effect might appear in an oscillating magnetic dipoles system. This work is based on simultaneous electrodynamic calculations, the results of which lead me to pose that effect as probabilistic exotic acceleration that must be taken into account in the Equivalence Principle analysis.
Comments: 2 Pages. In the pdf document there is a link that allows access to all the information: electrodynamic calculations, didactic animations of the same, and an experimental proposal.
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