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Author Topic: Youtube: Unidirectional force using gyroscopes.  (Read 26827 times)

Offline not_a_mib

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Re: Youtube: Unidirectional force using gyroscopes.
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2009, 05:37:52 PM »
   The simulation results could be an artifact from numerical round-off, position-samping errors or other limitations of NASTRAN.  It uses traditional Newtonian physics equations and so is unlikely to capture any Laithwaite-type effects from spin.  On each wheel-pair, the precession torques would be equal and opposite.  When NASTRAN sums these, the zero result might lead to loss-of-precision or divide-by-zero problems.

   To test for this problem, the four wheel rotation speeds could be made slightly different, around one percent or so.  If the thrust effect vanishes and a slight wobble appears, that would suggest a simulation artifact.

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Offline retroworm

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Re: Youtube: Unidirectional force using gyroscopes.
« Reply #31 on: March 16, 2009, 06:11:23 PM »
No disrespect taken.

Then please tell my why NASA built a 20G gravity machine.  Why do they need 20G's?  Isn't 1G enough to simulate our natural gravity?  Would not the 20G tear the machine apart?  It's all interesting, but the real interesting thing is, it is being ignored.  If gravity can be simulated, then anti-gravity can be also.....just reverse the process.  How can this process be reversed?  It should be very clear, if one put a little thought into it.  I'm placing my bet on the gyro or a unidirectional force, because this is how the process can be reversed. 

Nasa's gravity "simulators" are either centrifuges or parabolic flight airplanes. They create apparent conditions of weightlessness or extreme Gs for pilot training without actually affecting gravity. There's nothing unorthodox about them.

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Re: Youtube: Unidirectional force using gyroscopes.
« Reply #32 on: March 16, 2009, 07:07:24 PM »
Nasa's gravity "simulators" are either centrifuges or parabolic flight airplanes. They create apparent conditions of weightlessness or extreme Gs for pilot training without actually affecting gravity. There's nothing unorthodox about them.

Did I say they were unorthodox?  Why would you imply something needs to be unorthodox to have anti-gravity?

Don't the centrifuges affect gravity locally within the centrifuge? 

Did I say you need to affect gravity locally or non locally to have anti-gravity.........lol

Did you not read my previous post about weightlessness being B.S?  The weightlessness is just relativity B.S and the object's actual weight doesn't increase or decrease weather in a 0G or 20G environment.

What ever I say here, there's always rebuttal, even on the simplest of things......lol

There's not one thing that I said that isn't correct.  Most of what I said were questions.  Go ahead, fire away.  That's what we do hear, is it not?


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Re: Youtube: Unidirectional force using gyroscopes.
« Reply #33 on: March 17, 2009, 12:28:54 AM »
A gyroscope in and of itself isn't going to do anything spectacular.  This thing needs to be modified and manipulated with other stuff.  A wheel in and of itself is totally useless, until it is modified and manipulated with other stuff.  A wheel won't do anything spectacular until you add magnets and coils to it.    Now all of the sudden, a useless wheel is a generator or motor, and is no longer a useless thing, in and of itself.

Don't let your thinking stop at the gyroscope.  Think how this gyroscope can be modified and manipulated with other stuff, to get the desired affect or results.  I have a few ideas on this, and there are more than just a few. Don't limit your thinking to the object only, or you will always fall short, because it's possible capabilities were never fully explored due to limited thinking.

And there where many who said an airplane wouldn't fly (The body of an airplane won't fly either, until the other stuff manipulated and modified the airplane for flight).  Physics at one moment couldn't understand how the bumble bee could fly.  I could go on and on with this.

Think of the gyroscope as the main body of an anti-gravity machine, but it will need more than the body and motion it provides to ever be more than this.  This is true for most things, but the pattern appears to break with the gyroscope........lol.  A gyroscope can't possibly be more than it's body and motion........lol

The gyroscope is just the foundation.  Now use this foundation to build something that can be more useful or beneficial.  Now, stop saying the gyroscope is interesting and trying to prove it doesn't work.  It will not work as is, with just the foundation.  There is nothing to debate as long as it remains a foundation only.   

Let's propose ideas to build on this foundation, then we can have a debate, if it will work or not!
« Last Edit: March 17, 2009, 01:31:11 AM by gravityblock »

 

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