FOR HUMANITY: A BREAKTHROUGH IN TOKAMAK APPLIED PHYSICS GRAVITATIONAL WAVE GENERATION - DR. ANDREW W. BECKWITH, ASTROPHYSICIST, CHONGQING UNIVERSITY, PRC - DEDICATION
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To whom it may concern: (Note: Abbreviated acknowledgement narrative by Dr. Andrew W. Beckwith ) ...
To whom it may concern: (Note: Abbreviated acknowledgement narrative by Dr. Andrew W. Beckwith )
The author, Dr. Andrew Beckwith, authorizes Myron D. Stokes, Publisher, eMOTION! REPORTS.com, a legacy automotive/aerospace research and analysis site and Managing Director, Global HeavyLift Holdings, Inc., a Defense Logistics Agency listed Federal Contractor, as to the dissemination of the following Tokamak applied physics notes for Gravitational wave generation, as his acting manager of public release of the aforementioned document. The information within will be peer reviewed , but the basic technology is intended for humankind as far as fundamental physics advancement world wide.
The notes, within, were created by Dr. Beckwith, in the Keyuan Hotel in room 1205, in Chongqing, PRC, as part of a joint USA-PRC endeavor as to GW physics; the notes are correctly identified by Gary Stephenson , as a civilian employee of the US air force, as pertinent to " Higher drift current during fusion burning" as an enabler of high GW amplitudes, of the order of h ~ 10^-25 to 10^-26 which are candidates for testing of GW direct identification technology incurrent development in both PRC and in America. The notes were also written up as of November 4 to November 12, in an eight day period, in room 1205 of the Keyuan hotel as of Chongqing University under the auspices of Chongqing University department of physics, in work which was enabled by the hospitality of Chongqing University which took unusually comprehensive steps as to the proper circumstances for the creation of this work so cited by the Author.
The following individuals should be thanked as far as their discussions and input as to formation of the "Higher drift current during fusion burning" which is crucial to the development of this material.
a. Dr. Fangyu Li, whose interest in Tokamak physics never flagged, as to its utilization. He informed the author during a stay from November 2 to November 13 of his partnership with a Tokamak fusion laboratory as of Hefei, PRC, which would serve as a test bed of GW amplitudes. His physics questions were timelyand very important during the 12 days of stay in Chongqing University.
b. Dr. Fan, Chief scientific administrator of Chongqing University wrote in administrative authorization of Dr. Beckwith's visit to Chongqing University and also as part of a 40 year friendship with Dr. Li, accompanied Dr. Li to the Tokamak fusion laboratory as of Hefei, PRC, which the author saw in photographs as to the facility, and the chief engineering officer who runs the Hefei Tokamak facility
The above written statement should be part of a slide share release of this basic information as set up by Myron D. Stokes, of Global Heavylift Holdings corporation without further delay.
Andrew Beckwith, PhD, written in Setauket, New York, as of 6 PM, November 16 ( November 17, PRC time, Chongqing), 2013
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