Graphene, metamaterials and autopiloting in the moving dome

(The picture on the cover represents Townsend Brown’s gravitator)

Today let’s speak again about graphene. It is a fantastic metamaterial that deserves further study.


A metamaterial (from the Greek word μετά meta, meaning “beyond”) is a material engineered to have a property that is not found in nature. They are made from assemblies of multiple elements fashioned from composite materials such as metals or plastics. The materials are usually arranged in repeating patterns, at scales that are smaller than the wavelengths of the phenomena they influence. Metamaterials derive their properties not from the properties of the base materials, but from their newly designed structures. Their precise shapegeometrysizeorientation, and arrangement gives them their smart properties capable of manipulating electromagnetic waves: by blocking, absorbing, enhancing, or bending waves, to achieve benefits that go beyond what is possible with conventional materials.(Wikipedia)

Graphene and its properties

Graphene is obtained synthetically from graphite and is made of a single mono-atomic layer of carbon. It has the mechanical strength of diamond and the flexibility of plastic. Cables made of graphene boast a strength at least one hundred times greater than that of steal. A thin wire of just a millimeter diameter could drag the weight of  Boeing 747, which is something absolutely astonishing.

The particular disposition of the atoms of carbon and of their bonds gives a strength and flexibility allowing a stretching up to 20% more than its original dimension. It is an excellent conductor of heat thanks to its low electrical resistivity. It is the material with the absolute lowest resistivity, lower than silver or copper.

It is an indestructible material with special abilities. For instance, a team of researchers from the Berkeley University has created, thanks to graphene, the first prototype of an invisibility cloak.

Australian researchers have presented the invention of a new technology using graphene oxide to project 3D holographic images exceptionally realistic. By modifying the index of refraction the light is diverted in order to generate a three dimensions image seeming to float in the space over the display.

By using nanotechnologies on newly engineered materials, scientists can obtain the ability to self-assembly, to self-cleaning, capacity for regeneration, thermal and electrical modulated conductivity,  super strength, super stickiness and water repellency.

These meta-materials are so the ideal to build extraordinary electronic and electromechanical nanosystems, super nanoconductors, super batteries, ultra-thin computers with ultra resistant and foldable displays, energy transducers, nanoporous materials, intelligent materials and so on.

 Graphene and special capacitors

Scientists have produced special capacitors by using graphene layers alternated with a sort of hydro-gel that constitutes the dielectric. The layers of the dome could be made thus in such a way to have a lot of capacitor plates of graphene alternated with a layer made of a hydrogel in order to create very high tensions.

Why should we make the hypothesis that these layers form a very powerful capacitor?

In the book “Secrets of antigravity propulsion” by LaViolette, we can read about the experiments of Thomas Townsend Brown:

“After additional experiments, Brown eventually developed an electric capacitor device that he termed a gravitator (or, alternately, gravitor). These units were very heavy. One version consisted of  a wooden box, 2 feet long and 4 inches square, that contained a series of massive, electrically conductive plates made of lead and separated from one another by electrically insulating sheets of glass, which served as the capacitor’s dielectric medium (a dielectric is a substance that does not conduct  electric current). Another version used a dielectric molded from a mixture of lead monoxide and beeswax encased in Bakelite. The diagram in the figure above the page which is reproduced from Brown’s 1928 patent,  shows yet another version made with aluminum plates and paraffin. When energized with up to 150,000 volts of direct current (DC) Brown’s gravitator developed a thrust in the direction of its positively charged end.

One such gravitator, which weighted 10 kilograms, was observed to generate a maximum thrust of 0.1 kilogram (1 newton), a force equal to about 1 percent of its weight. When oriented upright on a scale and energized, it proceeded to gain or lose that amount of weight depending upon how the charge polarity was applied. it became lighter when its positive end faced up and heavier when its negative end faced up.”

Thomas Brown has played a leading role in many very strange and classified experiments, involving electrogravitics. There will be occasions, in the future, to talk again about this subject.

However, we should remember we live inside a very powerful capacitor that is the dome. The electrogravitic effect could act on the movable layers that acquire a thrust, levitate and move.


So, the dome is moving. That should be a sort of free movement, I mean, a movement developing in the void. So I would like to search with you, my reader, an answer to the previously suggested question: how can the layers of the dome move and win the friction that generates from the sliding movement of two differently working layers? Some powerful magnetic, antigravitic force should emanate from the immaterial void to nurture the dome rotation… To understand something about this sort of movement, let’s think of new-generation transport systems like Hyperloop, Vactrain (a neologism for vacuum train) or MagLev for instance.

In 2005,  Elon Musk, the owner of Tesla cars, an American house car, has introduced a software allowing his cars of the S series to auto-pilot. The Tesla auto-pilot system makes use of the Autosteer algorithm with infra-red sensors, ultrasonic long distance devices set into the bumpers, cameras, radars, precision GPS. The ensemble of these electronic devices allows to correctly detect the position of any moving or stationary body to be found on the road. The software is prepared to distinguish things, animals or persons as well as any sort of vehicles in circulation.

And for now, that’s enough. So I greet my reader only by introducing something about my next post on the blog. In fact, you will be able to find something more about the dome dimensions in connection with the ONU flag and its intrisec meaning. Bye, Bye.