The Tajmar effect from quantised inertia

@article{Mcculloch2011TheTE,
  title={The Tajmar effect from quantised inertia},
  author={M. Mcculloch},
  journal={EPL},
  year={2011},
  volume={95},
  pages={39002}
}
The Tajmar anomaly is an unexplained acceleration observed by gyroscopes close to, but isolated from, rotating rings cooled to 5 K. The observed ratio between the gyroscope and ring accelerations was 3 ± 1.2×10− 8 for clockwise rotations and about half this size for anticlockwise ones. Here, this anomaly is predicted using a new model that assumes that the inertial mass of the gyroscope is caused by Unruh radiation that appears as the ring and the fixed stars accelerate relative to it, and that… Expand

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