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Re: New idea
Original poster: Brett Miller <brmtesla2-at-yahoo-dot-com>
Hahaha! That's funny. I figured someone would do
something for April Fool's Day on here. I have to say
though, my Baloney suppression MOV's clamped in the
first paragraph when I read about you modulating a
--- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> Original poster: "Gary Weaver"
> I've just finished my field-effect propulsion system
> for Control. Utilizes a
> reverse Tesla magnetoacoustic pump as a core, the
> output of which is a
> graviton field which is modulated by three
> pan-directional gravimetric
> Control is effected by control pressure feedback.
> Out-circle thrust
> simulates conventional force.
> The craft nullifies mass, it also reduces inertia to
> zero, allowing a
> skilled pilot to transition directly and
> instantanously from horizontal to
> vertical 'flight' insuring perfectly square corners.
> A side effect of the
> graviational distortion is an apparent visual
> deformation of the radially
> symmetrical hull, which can be seen.
> What makes flying the craft interesting is the
> unusual attitudinal
> by-products of the propulsion system. For instance,
> the ship skims along in
> level flight, abruptly transitions into a direct
> vertical climb without
> pitch and goes up over the top of the circle to come
> down the back side
> upside down. It takes some practice before you are
> used to 'catching' the
> descending flying disk in what is now inverted
> flight, by reversing the
> gravitational lensing of the control transducers at
> the top of the wingover
> and applying a burst of gravimetric power when the
> ship reaches level --and
> inverted--flight. With practice, I'm guessing I
> could effect a pitch
> translation during the wingover traverse to end up
> on the other side of the
> circle right side up.
> Power is provided by a battery, but I'm looking into
> a solar to storage
> capacitor scheme that would give the unit
> effectively unlimited usage with
> no fuel costs. Weight, of course is no longer an
> issue. (One of the
> advantages I'm particularly thankful for.) With a
> little fine tuning, one
> press starts of the magnitoacoustic pump can be had
> every time.
> I've installed the propulsion/control system in a
> shell scaled to resemble
> the Venesian Beamship George Adamski reported seeing
> on multiple
> occasion--the first scale antigravity model I've
> seen--possibly ever. The
> model is seen above hovering just prior to landing.
> Check out he picture.
> Gary Weaver