# An Introduction to Gravity Modification - A Guide to
Using Laithwaite's and Podkletnov's Experiments and the Physics of Forces for
Empirical Results

### Reviewed by Robert Pritchett

**Introduction**

*An Introduction to Gravity
Modification* will enable academics and
technologists to comprehend the physics and facilitate the engineering of
gravity modification today, using real dimensions, real fields, real materials,
and real forces. Based on Solomon's research with electrical circuits that
change weight, and extensive numerical modeling of experimental data, Solomon
presents the new physics of forces and reviews Laithwaite's and Podkletnov's
experiments. *An Introduction to Gravity Modification* is the first book to explain how relativity and
quantum mechanics will change to accommodate gravity modification as a working
technology.

The author wrote this - *An
Introduction to Gravity Modification* is a
daring and courageous rewrite, starting from a clean slate, of the physics of
forces in a world where gravity modification is taken for granted. This book is
the first step to gravity modification as a technology, using *real
dimensions, real fields, real materials, and real forces, today*. There is no ‘*the magic happens here*’ in the book.

After a number of mathematical manipulations, formulations
and interesting graphics, these findings were given in the book –

- Force is a non-inertia field.
The macro forces, gravity, electromagnetic force, and all mechanical
forces, obey non-inertia fields exactly. This is a major step forward
towards unification of forces, as gravity is included.
- A review of published
experimental data shows that a particle’s probability distribution is not
Gaussian, but a new distribution (not one of the 37 known distributions)
that under certain conditions is a Gamma distribution.
- Gravity modification consists
of two parts, field modulation and field vectoring. The non-inertia field
is the way to effect both modulation and vectoring, using electromagnetic
fields.
- Approaches are suggested for
interstellar travel (consistent with Special Theory of Relativity) and
spectrum independent electromagnetic cloaking as new technologies of the
future.

The first 25 pages can be downloaded as a PDF.

Twentyfour spreadsheets of the findings can be purchased at iSETI.

And over at PESWiki; there is this page dedicated to
Benjamin Solomon's work regarding Quantum Ring Theory and Repulsive Gravity (no, it's not *that* bad!).

What I find fascinating is that the Star-Treky experiments
are reproducible and Dr. Benjamin T. Solomon shows how we can modify gravity to
the extent that space travel is viable.

This is pretty heavy applied theory and requires not just o
e cursory reading of the book. It requires some time and effort to wade through
and absorb the information. After all, it is based on at least 10 years of
research in gaining an understanding of gravity, force velocity and
acceleration with the intent of modifying gravity today and not sometime way in
the future.

Benjamin Solomon's goal is to put not jus tone or two
people into space, but thousands at a time. If you have watched any of the
Sci-Fi channel "future" programs, you will pick up the lingo fairly
quickly. Otherwise you are going to stretch your mind considerably.

What opened my mind a little was the discussion of the
lifting a motorcycle wheel with one hand once it began spinning. The gyro
effect lowered its weight and allowed it to be lifted with one hand. The nit
got me thinking about the sci-fi movies where the UFOs have a spinning portion
that keeps them aloft. That would be the Laithwaite example. Eric Robert Laithwaite enjoyed gyroscopes.

See, Benjamin Solomon has developed a proprietary electrical
circuit that accomplishes the same thing with no moving parts. There is a lot
more information over in the Whitepapers section of the Interstellar Space
Exploration Technology Initiative. A LOT more!

Now remember, the title of the book says this is just an
"Introduction", so the book introduces us to the concept and lays the
foundation to understanding how moving through space can be accomplished using
electronics.

One interesting aspect is in establishing a force field that
either speeds up or slows down time to help heal the body or establish a force
field to protect the body. This extends the research done by Podkletnov on
gravitational shielding - using superconductivity materials. Benjamin Solomon has figured out how to get
superconductivity at room temperature electronically *without* the use of special superconductive materials.

The book comprises 6 sections covering experimental
evidence, new concepts for gravity modification, new methods for force and
momentum and going beyond gravity modification discussing non-local properties
of nature and alternative structures for spacetime.

There is also an Appendix with the solution for center mass
calculus modelo equation 9.4.11 and the bibliography.

**Conclusion**

If you want to spread your wings, expand your mind and
perhaps float your boat, you might want to look into this book, but you will
need a higher education to really get the gist. Watching the videos over at the
iSeti website.

I wish the graphs in the book were interactive or were
Mathematica models. Perhaps Benjamin T Solomon might take that into
consideration and get beyond Excel and into mathematical modeling using online
apps that can elevate visibility and discussion up a notch or two.