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reply to Kristijans post
Answer: kristijan - 15/11/2017 13:19:23 Great topic. Gyroscopic precession has no moment of inertia and this cna be used for more thing than talking. Here is a device that was made by me that uses ...
Asked on 19 November 2017 by Nitro
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What is right and what is wrong?
Something to think about.. Evening all. I was clearing out some of the junk (a lot of junk) from the pile I have acquired over the years. In this quest to produce inertial thrust, I have all sor ...
Asked on 19 July 2017 by Sandy
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What might be?
It seems that the effort to gain propulsion by manipulating a gyroscope has all but ended. The scarcity of serious articles herein have all but ceased. Certainly, the effort and disbelief in the possi ...
Asked on 29 May 2017 by Glenn Hawkins
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Rotating Gyros about a fixed point.
Hi I wonder if Sandy would like to convers about an idea I had some 40 years ago and made my first functional model using mecanmo and parst from Record player and Reel to Reel tape decks. Had on g ...
Asked on 18 March 2017 by Andy Barnard
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video answer
Hi all, Sorry for the delay in putting up the follow up video but I have Adobe Premiere elements - need I say more? the video is here:- https://youtu.be/4j6Zgdan3E0 kind regards N ...
Asked on 5 February 2017 by Nitro
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Asymmetrical Results
Anomalous Weight Reduction on a Gyroscope's Right Rotations around the Vertical Axis on the Earth (Hayasaka and Takeuchi, 1989) There was weight decrease on the order of milligrams for the gyr ...
Asked on 22 January 2017 by Larry
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Inertial mass
F.Y.I. New Scientist magazine, Jan 7-13, page 31 "There are two types of mass: gravitational mass quantifies how strong an object feels the force of gravity, whereas inertial mass quantifies an ob ...
Asked on 13 January 2017 by Nate
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New Experimental Results
Dear Sandy Kidd & Friends: Check out the link below to see how oscillatory torque produces propulsive rotation of the gyro: http://relmachine.blogspot.com/2017/01/watch-ror-of-gyro-resonant-osc ...
Asked on 13 January 2017 by rav
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A New Year quiz
Happy New Year everyone. As there has been little sign of new thought on gyrodynamics of late I thought I would pose a New Year quiz asking what you all think will occur with the application of a ...
Asked on 12 January 2017 by Nitro
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Gyroscope Levitation
Did anybody or any team tried to verify this machine (link :- http://rexresearch.com/laithwat/laithw1.htm Fig 25 to 28) ?
Asked on 27 December 2016 by sushil
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Just say hello
Hi i an from Germany and having interest on Reactionless drives and gyros. Currently i am trying to build a small experiment to see if the "weight" of a gyro ( incl. the 3 leg stable gimbal platfo ...
Asked on 10 October 2016 by Hajo Ehlers
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a simple guide to conservation of angular momentum
Dear all Dear God! Glen’s latest post has turned me into Dr David Fisher – I’ve become pedantic! But wait! No! I’m alright! I’m still crap at maths. Glen has managed to be tangled on so many ...
Asked on 17 August 2016 by Nitro
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Gyroscopes do not lose weight
A gyroscope attains the ability to resist falling by using the laws of motion. A traveling mass, whether in a straight line or curving, resist being deflected from its path by the condition of ...
Asked on 15 August 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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GammaMax Update
Hello All, As promised many months ago, I've posted videos about some of my experiments over the past three years:\ Equipment check: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAsUIEIaqcc Set up: ...
Asked on 8 August 2016 by Nate
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Gamma Project Report - 3
History Disclaimer: The following are my memories of experiments that were conducted in an attempt to develop a gyroscopic drive system of inertial propulsion. Nothing in this report can be prove ...
Asked on 8 August 2016 by Nate
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Finally, some proof!
Sandy, This is my last attempt to post on your forum. I have braved sustained racism and more on this board in the past, in the hope of a collaboration with you. It has all come to naught, but as ...
Asked on 30 May 2016 by rav
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Spring is here
Dear All, I accidentally placed this in the wrong area of the site so I am resending it to here. Sandy thank you for your reply. I will reply to your post here shortly. The gyro site ha ...
Asked on 27 April 2016 by Nitro
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Yet another video by the genius-or genies ass
Dear all https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GrJ60axymI This is the link to a video to educate Dr Dave Fisher about MacPhail's pendulum - enjoy. Kind regards NM
Asked on 1 April 2016 by Nitro
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updated video
Dear Gyronaughts UPDATED VIDEO:- It has always been difficult to maintain your (well mine anyway) belief that there are some things anomalous with gyros and knowing that they have not been n ...
Asked on 25 March 2016 by Nitro
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BBC
Just saw BBC HORIZON about greenglow, amazing , this made me think about my hobby Gyros, so found your web site brilliant articles. However my question is does anybody have Dr Ron Evans email addres ...
Asked on 23 March 2016 by HFBrace
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TURNER, KIDD, EVERYONE
Dear Glenn Tuner, I know all we regulars hope the best for your father. It crosses my mind from time to time. Blessings to your family. I will call you soon to discuss presenting my theory with ...
Asked on 18 March 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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A new video
Dear All At last Glenny has decided that propulsion is not possible so he will obviously now stop putting his opinions up until he also puts up a video that can be examined for its verisimilitude ...
Asked on 15 March 2016 by Nitro
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Inertial propulsion is not possable
Good Evening All, I have recently finished a search for inertial propulsion that lasted about nine months. I regret telling you the conclusion of tests and theory prove it is not possible. B ...
Asked on 15 March 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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video link to anomalies with gyro
Dear all, Here is a link to a You Tube video that reiterates Nitro's first law, followed by a demo of how a suspended gyro does not rotate round its centre of mass, as wrongly taught (IMHO) by Dr ...
Asked on 12 March 2016 by Nitro
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Anomalous gyro behavior
Hello all, Since many who post here continually show their expertise (or ignorance) about gyroscopic behavior, I propose to use this thread to discuss unusual gyro behaviors that experimenters ha ...
Asked on 20 November 2015 by Nate
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The String
I thought I would do the string for you. I think it baffling to we who study everything we can in relation to the tilting of rotation. Both of the following studies used the super precision gyros ...
Asked on 17 November 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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vote for glenny
It seems that Glenn Hawkins is determined to pollute any thread with his rantings as you can see in Sandy's thread http://www.gyroscopes.org/forum/questions.asp?id=2876 so I've decided to give ...
Asked on 24 October 2015 by Dave Parsons
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Cosy sheds
Hi Sandy Sorry to start a new thread but your one seems to have been hi-jacked. No doubt this one will be subsumed too. I know all to well the risk of my new “shed” having too much comfort a ...
Asked on 23 October 2015 by Nitro
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Creating Inertial Thrust
Evening shed dwellers, Not so much a question as a statement. In light of the despondency shown by a certain party as a result of being unable to discern the modus operandi of my first machine, we ...
Asked on 17 October 2015 by Sandy
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Christopher G. Provatidis
F.Y.I. “Older and contemporary attempts for inertial propulsion” http://gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Research%20Papers-Mechanics%20/%20Electrodynamics/Download/3772 “A device that can pr ...
Asked on 15 September 2015 by Nate
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Announcement
ONE) An apology to Professor Laithwaite TWO) An update on my lack of progress I have been incredibly unfair and unkind to Professor Laithwaite in saying he was full of baloney. Truly he is the ...
Asked on 13 September 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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videos of working propulsion machines.........
Dear All, At the end of this I will give a link to a YouTube video showing a precursor on the path to my fast repeater. It – the video - is made up of bits recovered from an ancient Hi-8 tape and ...
Asked on 18 August 2015 by Nitro
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HARRY k.
Hello Harry, If you still look in occasionally and I hope you do, will you get in touch with me please. I need some of your expert help and will be be happy to pay for it. Good Evening, Glenn
Asked on 14 August 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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light speed and lack of acceleration by gyro drive
I have decided that the latter part of this has important implications for those struggling to construct a gyro inertial propulsion machine and indeed for those just trying to get their heads around t ...
Asked on 26 July 2015 by Nitro
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Sandy Kidd’s Propulsion
Begin watching this video at 2: https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?p=sandy+kidd+device&ei=UTF-8&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-003 I find this right and necessary to say. Sandy Kidd has already ...
Asked on 19 July 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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Destroier of worlds
This may be the most important information ever published. If inertial propulsion is achieved, which I believe it can be, it will be more destructive that a full-blown nuclear war on earth. A m ...
Asked on 19 July 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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INFORMATION FOR BUILDERS
II thought it would be a good idea to start a thread dedicated to adding useful information for builders. To that end, this below site is the most useful I know of, EXCEPT MY THEORY. More later. ...
Asked on 29 May 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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Goodbye to the gyro dream world and the people in it
Definitions of dream world from various dictionaries: 1) the world of imagination or illusion rather than of objective reality. 2) a fantastic or idealized view of life 3) a world of illusion or ...
Asked on 15 March 2015 by Blaze
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PROOF BY REASON
Question: THIS TREATMENT IS TO PROVE A dreamers understanding; verses a blockhead's arguments. First, impact force does not mean momentum continues in the horizontal plane after the ...
Asked on 15 March 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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Why inertia disapears in precession..........
I am putting this up as a new question because I think it will inform more people than just a reply to Blaze. Oh Dear!, This is of necessity long but it involves no maths, no experiments an ...
Asked on 6 March 2015 by Nitro
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How does the gyro precess in this situation?
Scenario: A gyro (or flywheel) spinning in space free of all gravitational fields. Both ends if the flywheel axle can move freely in any direction and are the same size, shape and length from the cent ...
Asked on 28 February 2015 by Blaze
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A gyroscopic propulsion to consider
Hi, My name is Remy Fifer (actually Remigiusz Fajfer) I am Polish, and I have invented a few sollutions of a gyroscopic inertial propulsion I've never seen previously in the net. I am interested in ...
Asked on 26 February 2015 by Remigiusz Fajfer
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Prof. Laithwaite’s experiment with a spinning top
I am using a web content clipping app to organise some of my notes. https://evernote.com/evernote/ One of the demos that the Prof showed me was of a brass top, which he spun up and placed on a ...
Asked on 3 February 2015 by Momentus
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Where does the Energy go?
Where does the energy go? Imagine a heavy train, running along at 100 kph. A small electric car accelerates from rest to catch up with the train, taking 10 units of energy from the battery. The c ...
Asked on 21 January 2015 by Momentus
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Hello! I kind of missed you fellows. Another year is approaching without a solution. Happy New Years anyway! I guess Sandy will never forgive me, but that is OK. You are fond to me anyway Sandy an ...
Asked on 26 December 2014 by glenn m. hawkins
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Mass displacement
Dear All, I recently happened on a post by Herman Holushko that included the links, below, to his excellent paper on the action of a gyro precessing on a thread. I missed this paper first time ro ...
Asked on 26 December 2014 by Nitro
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At least some people are still working on a solution
It looks like Ted Pittman is still at it (thankfully). Here is a pretty cool video he recently put up where he actually seems to have attached small lights to the machine so you can see the motions as ...
Asked on 18 December 2014 by RS
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Gyroscopic Propulsion (mercury)
Has the idea of having a gyroscope with magnetic in the middle and have a mercury filled in an non magnetic body with spinning the mercury should in theory start to move with the pull of the magnet, c ...
Asked on 14 November 2014 by Andrew Smith
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A question to Harry K. about Laithwaite´s 50lbs Gyro
Hi all! I have been looking for answer for this seemingly simple but important point without success at all. As you all know, the "in"famous demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHlA ...
Asked on 3 November 2014 by Lev
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Sandy Kidd
Would there be any possibility of meeting Mr Sandy Kidd?
Asked on 12 September 2014 by Graham Laurenson
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