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Published: Jun.22.2012

The Secret Life of Gyroscopes

Fran McCabe
(sponsored by Bill Bengston)

Most technically savvy people know that the primary behavior of rapidly spinning gyroscopes is to strongly resist any change in the angular orientation of their spin-axes. However, rapidly spinning gyroscopes are perfectly happy and well-behaved with any movement along that axis, or relocation of that axis which remains exactly parallel to its original orientation during such movement or at its new location. Most of those technically savvy people above have had the opportunity to play with a toy gyroscope and have forced the gyroscope’s spin-axis to accept an angular change and have thus, directly experienced a phenomenon called “precession,” which resists that applied force with a force of its own and of proportional intensity.

Gyroscopes are used primarily in guidance instruments and/or controls in moving vehicles, for example, gyroscopic compasses. In a much more limited range of application, and at a much larger physical size, they also serve as dampers to counter such unwanted oscillations as “roll” of a ship. Ever since the end of WWII and the entrance of the V2 rocket, and then spacecraft, not only has their sophistication and accuracy increased exponentially, but entirely new, equivalent technologies have entered the field, primarily in lock-step with that of other oscillation-based electronic equipment; e.g. Royal Rife’s electronically controlled microscope system.

The speaker has devoted a sizable part of his discretionary lifetime conceiving, building, and experimenting with unique gyroscopic systems, that are quite robust, and in some cases, quite powerful. He now views, as indigenous, the relationship between the behavior of flywheel-type gyroscopes and most other physical phenomena. As he sees it, forced deviation from the natural precessional behavior of flywheel-type gyroscopic systems is identical to the motion fundamentals imbedded in other natural, physical phenomena, i.e. electron spin motion in atoms, DNA spirals, weather, cosmological phenomena, and oscillating motion in numerous other examples in physics.

These arc-motion fundamentals exist in the mechanical distillations derived from over 25 physical experiments including: pulsed anti-gravity; spiral motion; motoring by both natural and powered precession; motion reversals; pendulum-tuned motoring; extremely rapid linear motion; a visual-mechanical demonstration of inertia; etc.
The four basic, matter-building-block motions are: orbits, translations of orbits, rotation of the spin-plane, and powered, precession-formed spirals. Interactions caused by collisions with resulting re-encryptions of motion codifications such as electrical transmission; atomic fission and Royal Rife’s alternating DNA corrections via oscillation control could really be gyro physics. (The speaker had also intuited that DNA is a gyroscopically induced encoded-double-helix that can be re-encoded by tuned, oscillating-motion intervention.)

Our questions to all are: can gyro momentum be conserved around abrupt 90-degree corners; can gyro wheel spin ‘storage’ be depleted without losing RPM, and can a self-selected 800:1 torque output be maintained indefinitely with only 1/800 continuous power input (1200 in-lbf natural precession maintained by less than 2 in-lbf DC motor input)?