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Offline hartiberlin

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New Russian antigravity success !
« on: April 08, 2005, 03:00:21 PM »
An Interessenten f?r neue Raumantriebe
In Russland wurde offenbar ein neuer Raumantrieb ohne Ausstossgase entwickelt, in dem ein fester oder fl?ssiger K?rper intern auf einer tornado?hnlichen Bahn rotiert und - offenbar - eine Kreisbewegung partiell in eine Linearbewegung (Schub) umsetzt (siehe auch Dean-Device, Cook-Device, Prof. Leathwaite et al). Die Energiequelle liefern Solarbatterien. Falls diese Entwicklung realisierbar ist, m?sste wohl Newtons/Einsteins Theorie erweitert werden !(?).
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The scientists have already created a test model of the unconventional engine.
"We have already registered the traction of up to 28g, but it can so far exist for several minutes only. It may seem that the index is really low. However, if this traction is used for 20 minutes with a 100-kg satellite, it will be able to lift its orbit for more than two kilometers," scientist of the research institute, Yuri Danshov said. Specialists believe that it will be possible to achieve better results, if the machine is tested in space, or if it is dropped down in a deep shaft, where the fall creates the effect of weightlessness. "Traditional science compares the research in this field with attempts to develop a perpetual motion machine. However, largest Western companies are very serious about the problem, investing considerable funds in the work," the director of the Russian institute for space systems, Valery Menshikov said.

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.... For its own part, the R&D institute of space systems near Moscow is busy developing a perpetuum mobile (perpetual-motion engine), of sorts. This engine that will have a virtually unlimited service life could be used on Earth and in outer space. Our institute's staffers have been developing a non-jet propul- sion unit for several years in a row, Valery Menshikov, who heads this institute, said in mid-March.
Freundliche Gr?sse
Adolf Schneider
Jupiter-Verlag/TransAltec AG
References to other gyroscopic/levitation and thrustless propulsion system research:
... After his retirement he continued to study gyroscopes, finally proving to his satisfaction that they could produce 'mass transfer'; a brand new thrustless propulsion system and in 1993 he patented a gyroscopic space-drive. However, in September 1996 NASA commissioned Laithwaite to develop a rocket launcher using linear motors. It involved a five-mile long track tunnelled up the inside a 10,000ft mountain, and he was working on this project - the Maglifter - until his death.
See also the home page of American Antrigravity Research:
See also NASA's Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project
Inertial Prupulsion
Cook Inertial Propulsion

Offline raburgeson

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Re: New Russian antigravity success !
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2006, 03:53:46 AM »
Nonpoluting, I haven't been in the market for a car for years and I'm thinking about it, Ya bring them out.