Wu basically does Modanese's theory for superconductor coherence coupling to gravity, but does not realize that the spin 1 tetrad compensating fields themselves emerge from the phase of the vacuum coherence.
That is none of these NASA BPP theorists and their competition in Beijing, Teheran etc have my idea, which is unique.
That is they start with GR + SC theory and couple them. That's what Modanese did. The SC coherence contributes to what I call the /\zpfguv term in Einstein's field equation, which in the exotic vacuum weak field limit approaches the Newtonian Poisson equation
Grad^2V(exotic vacuum) ~ c^2/\zpf
V(exotic vacuum) = Newtonian gravity potential energy per unit test particle of the zero point exotic vacuum dark energy/matter density, which is
tuv(ZPF) ~ (String Tension)/\zpfguv
(String Tension) = hc/(Quantum of Area)
None of them understand that GR is emergent from a vacuum coherence field, which can then beat against the (SC) superconductor coherence field (i.e. Josephson interferometer weak link) to get energy efficient soft metric engineering tailoring the fabric of spacetime to make the saucers fly rings around any conventional jet fighter.
On Apr 30, 2004, at 7:19 PM, Tim Ventura wrote:
New paper -- this suggests that transition into SC state causes superconductive gravity shielding, not the actual state itself.
From: Tim Ventura [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2004 11:10 AM
To: Marc G. Millis; Marc G. Millis
Subject: Ning Wu Gravitational Shielding Paper
Here's an interesting paper on gravitational shielding effects from China -- it was posted on the arxiv.org website.
I guess that the prediction in it is that any substance capable of a superfluid state may be able to shield gravity -- this would include superconductors, although from what Dr. Wu writes it would only occur during the transition state ..(?)