Calibration Disk Standards for manufacturing purposes traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology requirements. Quality control for high density recording requires that the computer’s hard disk surface be free of defects larger than 1mm x 1mm in areal size or better. Current methods for characterizing defects of this size are limited by slow metrology techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), the associated Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM), or faster techniques like Piezoelectric (PZT) Glide. Another faster defect detection technique that uses spin stands such as magnetic certification testers that detect missing pulses at high frequency write and read rates (i.e. Phase Metrics MG250 a type of hard disk certifier).
The invented device may additionally provide benefits in widespread commercial applications. For example, using the means by which power may be generated via gravitomagnetic induction for purposes of powering electronic devices including, but not limited to, mobile phones, mobile computing devices such as tablets, desktop computers, laptop computers, etc. By incorporating the device in to the existing head disk assemblies of the electronic devices, significant increases may be made in the battery lives of such devices, and in the external power needed to provide charge to the devices. Very few changes would be required to make existing hard drives functional with a built-in gravitomagnetic power source.
By scaling up the device to a larger surface area disk, with nano-bumps NB.01-NB.N and/or nano-pits NP.01-NP.N covering a larger surface area, power densities of 10 MWh/meter2 should be achievable in combination with a computer and/or micro-controllers, power control circuits, digital read-write, and analog circuitry, including super-capacitors, a high power capacity battery, for example in electric vehicles such as the TESLA MODEL S,(TM) electric automobile as marketed by Tesla Motors of Palo Alto, CA, or other power storage devices. This could be integrated in combination with PV solar, wind, or conventional power generation to produce distributed power generation anywhere on demand.
The power generation application of the invented device may be harnessed for purposes of powering electric vehicles of all sorts, including, but not limited to RVs, boats, cars, trucks, trains, airplanes, etc. Additionally, the implementation of the gravitomagnetic power generation should be readily achievable by replacing the existing battery source with one that is interconnected to the mass-spin valve for continuous power needs to be provided on demand.
“To produce a direct propulsion source that incorporates the mass-spin valve’s gravitomagnetic induction fields will require the incorporation of a type of plasmonic thrust using what is called Surface Plasmon Polaritons, which requires certain system configurations i.e. tuning, and a certain linear velocity of the turning disk, preferably within the range of 1 to 13,000 RPM, to achieve the necessary harmonics.”
Teleportation requires the combination of the transmission of electromagnetic signals at two distant locations where the mass-spin valve device is entangled at both locations. However, current technology has successfully achieved entanglement with electrons only. There are characteristic plasmon waves, where these wave states act as carriers of energy, as in the above-outlined quasi-particles, and have the ability to travel resistance free necessary to enable the teleportation of mass. The mass spin-valve device in combination with a specific type of Plasmon, which requires certain system configurations, and a certain linear velocity of the turning disk, to achieve the necessary harmonics to do teleportation. This requires a gravitomagnetic plasmonic transceiver at both ends to achieve teleportation which incorporates two mass-spin valve devices quantum entangled together along with two electromagnetic transceivers.