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Author Topic: Magnetic field Propulsion - propagation delay  (Read 6171 times)

Offline Blainiac

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Magnetic field Propulsion - propagation delay
« on: February 21, 2013, 02:24:04 AM »
Okay, let me start this by saying that this device would not violate any laws (that I know of).  Momentum is conserved, since the magnetic field in this example would carry momentum in the opposite direction as well.  I've looked around the net to see what a magnetic field looks like as it propagates free space, but I couldn't find anything...

Imagine a simple case:

There are two powerful electromagnets in space, connected by some mechanical rod or something.  Let's name them A and B.  There is also a distance between them as well, D.  We assume that nothing travels faster than light, including disturbances in magnetic fields.


Imagine both electromagnets are off initially.

1) So, let's say we turn electromagnet A on.  A magnetic field is created around it.  We only allow it to be on for as long as it takes the magnetic field information to reach electromagnet B.  As soon as electromagnet B is able to 'see' electromagnet A is on (the delay would be the time it takes light to cross the distance between them), we turn it on.

2) At the same time we turn electromagnet B on, we turn the other one off and open the circuit to prevent it from being influenced again by changing magnetic fields.  At this point, electromagnet B is repelling off of the magnetic field created by electromagnet A, and pulling the whole craft in the repelling direction.  After acceleration, turn electromagnet B off.

3) The magnetic field is distorted, and this information travels back to the first electromagnet (A), but since it was off and disconnected, the magnetic field passes through it, carrying momentum in one direction, as the craft goes the other.

4) Rinse and repeat.  Maybe a few times a second?  Maybe much more frequently?


The whole operation of this craft depends on the propagation delay of a magnetic field.  Since we can turn electromagnets on and off, we can make it 'seem' like an electromagnet is still on, even if it is not.  The turning on and off would have to be controlled independently and fine tuned, since information can't travel between the two electromagnets faster than the distortion itself.

What do you guys think?  Plausible?  I know it wouldn't work if the electromagnet that created the first magnetic field disturbance was left on.

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Re: Magnetic field Propulsion - propagation delay
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2013, 09:10:35 AM »

Simple and outside the box.  Imagine being able to stack the effect.  If only it were that simple!  Read the snippets of Tesla's "Solidification of the aether" that remain in the public domain.  Having witnessed exotic flying craft that 'squirt' about as if to thumb their noses at inertia itself, both in day time at close range and night....I'd say that something profoundly simple, yet difficult to control is certainly going on! (which would explain a lot regarding the ufo explosion in the nineties, ie. advent of microprocessors)  An account from one of my personal experiences is contained here:

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Re: Magnetic field Propulsion - propagation delay
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2017, 03:01:43 AM »
Did you ever get a real response to this question? I have been wondering the same thing for years actually and I cannot find an answer. I have a half dozen examples of things you can do with the propagation delay of a magnetic field.


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