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Author Topic: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion  (Read 14008 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« on: February 07, 2013, 06:32:17 AM »
Hi All,
have a look at this video;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMxowrh65rM


It is the first time I see a heavy device that is really able to lift itsself
up from the ground into the air via inertial propulsion ( reactionless linear forces)

Big breakthrough I think !

Does anybody know more about this device ?
Many thanks.


P.S: the left and right steel rods  are only there to guide the red cylindrical unit.

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2013, 10:03:20 AM »
I think it is inspired from a post made in overunity.com long ago by vineet_kiran


http://www.overunity.com/12161/old-research-new-information-lifter-help-hello/msg315778/#msg315778


Instead of using a repelling electromagnet at the bottom of the central shaft,   he is rotating the shaft so that the hinged magnets straighten to horizontal position due to centrifugal force,  creating a lift upwards.   The main disadvantage of both designs is that they create lift in jerks.  Any pregnant women sitting inside such a lifter would deliver the baby there itself free of cost.


I think in vineet's design if central repelling electromagnet is replaced by an air tank having compressed air and if air is let through nozzles to hit the hinged magnets, it would create a lift without jerks.   The upward lift should be capable of lifting air tank with compressor. (power to weight ratio should be less)
 






 


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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2013, 01:07:29 AM »
Hi All,
now they have achieved real lift here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsAFpVP2vsU

You see, that it almost hovers all the time.

I hope they will soon reveal more detail about this technology !

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2013, 06:13:50 AM »
I wonder if this Singaporean inventor wants to open source his invention. He is covering the lifting mechanism in his latest YT clips. That probably means he is just trying to show the device no more than enough for attracting investors.
The last clip is quite convincing as the apparatus hovers in the air for a fairly long time.
This prototype is similar in its developing stage as the Lindbergh airplane. Give him time and money, and you will see the thing developed into a more advanced lifter.
The mechanism is quite ingenious. I saw all the previous clips from his channel, in which he did disclosed the mechanism and added a simple description. If the mechanical centrifugal spinning component could be replaced by a high speed spinning magnetic mechanism, then the device can thus be self contained, with all the control and power mechanism inside. Becoming a primitive UFO.

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2013, 09:16:32 AM »
To me it looks like a slowed down video seeing the way the wires flop around. And as far as I can see for every jump there was a touchdown. I'm also curious what his strategy is though, open source it or crap about how great his invention is and go on a perpetual hunt for investors, patents and reasons why not to unveil the "secret".

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2013, 10:03:41 AM »
Yup, looked like a slow motion clip to me as well.

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2013, 03:51:46 PM »
To me it looks like a slowed down video seeing the way the wires flop around. And as far as I can see for every jump there was a touchdown. I'm also curious what his strategy is though, open source it or crap about how great his invention is and go on a perpetual hunt for investors, patents and reasons why not to unveil the "secret".

That is right. The device shown is no more "antigravity" than a pogo stick is.

You can see any basketball player using the same "lifting" technique when charging in for a lay-up. You jump up off the ground and then use some more muscle power to shift some weight while you are in the air, and this gives the "illusion" that you are sustaining flight for a fraction of a second longer than you might if you just jumped.

This kind of "inertial propulsion" or "reactionless propulsion" is something that has fascinated inventors for nearly as long as Bessler's wheel, and with as much result. It just ain't happening, folks.

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2013, 04:59:26 PM »
Both Stefan's red and silvey giggering things are probably Eric Laithwaite's rotating
platform with four gyroscopes positioned at the corners.

At least the patent will now be out of date.

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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #9 on: June 12, 2013, 06:12:01 PM »
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Re: Antigravity achieved via reactionless inertial propulsion
« Reply #10 on: October 24, 2013, 05:54:44 PM »
my friend Mike Marsden has already created a self-lifting device, the Mac Quan 1, back in 2006. I am building my own variant now. That being said, I also think that this LPU has some potential. Even though, yes, the video is in slow motion, there is no way it would flutter off the ground with such finesse, unless some sort of inertial propulsion was occurring. The key is, to move energy into one direction (instead of mass, they are the same thing anyway). That is your "equal and opposite reaction". I think this video is indicating that some sort of lift is occurring, which is impressive given the massive size of the overall device itself.

 

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