MadSci Network: Physics

Re: antigravity gyroscopes

Date: Wed Oct 20 13:55:09 1999
Posted By: Layne Johnson, Undergraduate
Area of science: Physics
ID: 940391412.Ph

Hello, Joe!

Three gyroscopes spinning would not produce anti-gravity, no matter how 
they were aligned.  Each gyroscope acts independantly of the other two, and 
even if they were arranged in a Y shape, with the bottom point of each axis 
touching the other two, there would be no change in their collective or 
individual weight.

Keep thinking, it took Edison hundreds of tries to invent the light bulb.


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