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One shot linear coasting motion using barycenters
Please see the attached link for a diagram of the device. There are no spinning masses in this device (no gyroscopes or flywheels). http://min.us/i/MQjSwbXP7hs4 I believe this device should ...
Asked on 19 July 2014 by Blaze
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Equal but not opposite 2
Right settle down class! If you have not managed to produce propulsion I urge you to persivere and wade through this, necessarily long, course. I warn you that this is only the start and needs your wo ...
Asked on 13 June 2014 by Nitro
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Bye
Hello All, I've enjoyed most of the conversations and debates here. I wish you all luck in your endeavors. Namascar, Ted Namaste = From Wikipedia: This form of greeting is common in So ...
Asked on 12 June 2014 by Ted Pittmn
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Challenging Questions
I am going to post scenarios with challenging questions. From this I hope to find knowledge from community reasoning. If there will be any response I will add to as we go along. Two equal flywhee ...
Asked on 11 June 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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Beating a dead horse
Hi Harry, Most of you all refuse to understand so this is the last I have to say on this. I wish you would read it carefully. I know sometimes you don’t like to do that. Weight, what is weig ...
Asked on 8 June 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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How much proof is enough?
Joseph Newman invented a generator that puts out more power than it takes in !!! ( Yes, your immediate reaction is the same as mine was. ) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAgGPBmO8FL32p-XVOYrl ...
Asked on 8 June 2014 by Ted Pittman
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TV Documentary relating to gyroscopic device.
Evening NB, Nitro, and Ted, who has probably seen it, a long time ago. Just to inform you that the long lost VHS tape has now been converted to DVD and has just been inserted into the You Tube syste ...
Asked on 5 June 2014 by Sandy Kidd
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Who gains?
Gentlemen, The answer to inertial propulsion may not be found by multiple-choice or consensus. There is no good reason for ridiculing each other, be they educated scientist, amateurs, lay pe ...
Asked on 1 June 2014 by Ted Pittman
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Questions for Stan Smith
What are your academic credentials? What experiments have you done with gyros? regards, Blaze
Asked on 30 May 2014 by Blaze
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Equal but not opposite
Dear Stan Smith and Dr Fisher – What the hell! lets have everyone in on this- Dear all, You all, I think, are aware that the much revered Einstein in the absence of means of carrying out practica ...
Asked on 30 May 2014 by Nitro
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My Chubby Checker experiment (Do the twist)
What happens when two gyros are set to the opposite tips of a shaft and while spinning in unison, one is let to fall into gravity; while the other is caused to rotate in line with the shaft; try cl ...
Asked on 30 May 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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vectors
Hello, What happens when a universal joint is used as a shared pivot to two counterclokwise spinning gyros held aloft, side by side in a rearward toutching alinement and let to fall into gravity?
Asked on 30 May 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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Precession reversal
What is your definition of Precession Reversal?
Asked on 29 May 2014 by Nate
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WHere are patent pictures of Scott strachan patent?
HI, I am looking for the patent details of the much talked about Scott strachan patent. I am very suprised to find that his patent is almost nowhere to found anywhere on the web. The most I found afte ...
Asked on 28 May 2014 by leviterande
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Boeing Company uses Inertial Propulsion
F.Y.I. http://www.infinite-energy.com/images/pdfs/SPESIF.pdf
Asked on 28 May 2014 by Ted Pittman
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Laithwaite's Demonstration
Why did Laithwaite not perform his gyroscope-lifting trick while on a weighing platform, or simply have a spring balance between his hand and the end of the gyroscope? Is it because he knew that eithe ...
Asked on 23 May 2014 by Stan Smith
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Gyroscopes and centrifugal force:
During precession centrifugal force must be present. . . but in many experiments it may not be allowed to exert itself, or cause a reading, or a countering effective force at all. There are tw ...
Asked on 22 May 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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reactionless thrust
Hi Harry and Blaze and others, Further to your post on my post regarding this machine:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nstIIZZadAM&app=desktop You pedantic lot! I said “ – they (th ...
Asked on 14 May 2014 by Nitro
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Eric Laithwaite videos?
Has anybody see the Eric Laithwaite videos? The one with him lifting a 40 pound weight up. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHlAJ7vySC8 If he had two spinning masses on the same shaft using on ...
Asked on 11 May 2014 by Frank Reddy II
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What would lift a set of gyroscopes?
Can a gyroscope or gyroscopes lift another gyroscope? A washing machine hops when off balance. Can, what's makes the washing machine hop like that, maybe the weight spinning is always up in a v s ...
Asked on 10 May 2014 by Frank Reddy II
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Changes to website. Suggestions
Hi All, It has been a long while since I've made changes to this website/forum. I want to provide some useful changes. Any suggestions? Glenn Turner
Asked on 10 May 2014 by Glenn Turner (website owner)
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Reply for Blaze Re: Gyro on a string
Dear Blaze, Interesting observation. I think that the original rotation of the gyro axis having its axial angle changed by being rotated on the end of the string would tilt the axial angle u ...
Asked on 13 April 2014 by Nitro
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What happens when you twirl a gyro very quickly on the end of a string?
Everyone knows what happens when you hold your arm over your head and twirl a rock on a string. No matter how fast you twirl it, it will never quite get to horizontal although it will get close. Now r ...
Asked on 13 April 2014 by Blaze
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Contact
Anyone know how to contact Glen Turner? Email address?
Asked on 11 April 2014 by Ted Pittman
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Obsevations
Dear all, For clarity, can I suggest that from now on all posting here refer to the spin of a gyro wheel round its axis as “spin” and its rotation (like that around the proverbial Eifel tower) ...
Asked on 9 April 2014 by Nitro
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The 3rd law
unedited” This is a piece I did for adolescence in 2005. MD's latest run on with time-delay reminded me of and I search and found it. Some of you might like it. THE EGG, THE PIG & THE ...
Asked on 7 April 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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Pendulum experiment!
Hello all. Got some news to share and thought I'd start a new subject because the other thread seems to be running long now. I'm very tired right now, as I seem to have mixed up my sleeping sched ...
Asked on 7 April 2014 by MD
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germane subject
I will try to make this inescapably simple. If you flip a coin on a table it will rotate on its end. If you put a shaft through its center the shaft will rotate with the coin. If you place your f ...
Asked on 6 April 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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For those who still think spinning mass has no momentum.
I get the impression (maybe incorrectly) that some people still think that spinning mass has no momentum. Here is a simple experiment that you can do to prove that spinning mass does indeed have momen ...
Asked on 6 April 2014 by Blaze
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What is YOUR definition of "inertial propulsion"?
There are a lot of people on this site using the term "inertial propulsion". Could 1/2 dozen or so of the people posting to this site please provide your definition of inertial propulsion in your own ...
Asked on 27 March 2014 by Blaze
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I.P. conclusions
THE BIBLE OF GYROSCOPES FORWARD This paper is the first in-depth theorem of why and how the laws of motion cause the gyroscope to behave the way it does. The theorem reveals with prove that the ...
Asked on 25 March 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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Mac-Quan 1 - What do we believe?
So we all know about the Mac-Quan 1. We've seen the two low-resolution videos and there's been much speculation on 1: Whether or not it works, and 2: Whether or not it's real. I personally don't ...
Asked on 2 March 2014 by MD
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M Drive video
Something I stumbled across when surfing. It looks similar in concept to something that I think Nitro was working on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYliuFLMIHY Blaze
Asked on 4 February 2014 by Blaze
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Where are you Harry?
Hello Harry K, Have not heard from you for some time Harry and I do not believe you have given up the quest. How are you doing? What are you doing? I lost your email address when I lost (throu ...
Asked on 26 January 2014 by Sandy Kidd
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GammaMax videos
All GammaMax videos have been edited and combined into one on Youtube = gammamax. I have noted your comments, opinions and ideas. Good Luck to all and Happy New Year! Ted
Asked on 31 December 2013 by Ted Pittman
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Happy New year
Dear Gyronauts, As a break from our searching for the "impossible" I have put up a video here:- www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNu7o35-Vtk To wish you all love and laughter in the new year. ...
Asked on 30 December 2013 by Nitro
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Applications for Patents
Evening shed dwellers, Seems that winter time and the cold weather it brings, makes us all a bit less keen to spend any time, be it of short or extended duration, in the shed. I must admit I was l ...
Asked on 3 December 2013 by Sandy Kidd
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An alternative explanation of Laithwaite's results
Could Laithwaite have been mistaken? After duplicating Laithwaite’s ‘Big Wheel experiment’, Benjamin T. Solomon (2001) states: “The phenomenon Laithwaite was demonstrating was not gyroscopic prec ...
Asked on 6 November 2013 by Ted Pittman
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Anybody seen these amazing videos?
http://www.youtube.com/user/samss3?feature=watch
Asked on 23 October 2013 by Ted Pittman
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GammaMax testing
Now experimenting with automatic control of Gamma Drive device. Recent test duplicating GM018 at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMR5Q1dFjhg
Asked on 22 October 2013 by Ted Pittman
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Why I have not explained what I stated I had done
Subject: difficulties To all you wonderful, unique guys. It is my honor to curtsy and bow to your exceptional intelligence. I mentioned that I had concluded a study and explanation of the gy ...
Asked on 18 October 2013 by Glenn Hawkins
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SADLY
it is not possible. I am glad to see someone is still enjoying exhausting, interesting and complicated mechanical efforts in search of propulsion. I hope it is fun. For me it was always both diff ...
Asked on 16 October 2013 by Glenn Hawkins
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Is It Real? - a running progress update
This posting is a running update of progress on the building and testing of one of my designs that I think may have a distinct possibility of providing sustained propulsion. No design details will be ...
Asked on 14 September 2013 by Blaze
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GammaMax testing
Dynamic optimization experiment. www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3AQKbIydA0
Asked on 9 September 2013 by Ted pittman
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GammaMax Pulley system
· The engine is connected to four chains which are connected to one chain. · That chain is connected to a hook and a poly-cord (= Non-stretchable). · The cord goes over a skateboard wheel ( which ...
Asked on 9 September 2013 by Ted Pittman
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Gamma Drive testing equipment
I've posted a video of the teststand and controls at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vt0xFROgHo .
Asked on 31 August 2013 by Ted Pittman
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Building a Teststand
Here are the choices I made for building a Test Stand for gyro-propulsion experiments. Hope this is helpful to others. I. Gyro Device Size 1. CAD for dimensions of the gyro – both static and ...
Asked on 16 August 2013 by Ted Pittman
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Counter-weight test
Successful counter-weight tests have been conducted on a Gamma Drive device. ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al8D_0UBDj8 ) The video shows the lower electric motor mounted in the teststand. Ho ...
Asked on 11 August 2013 by Ted Pittman
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It is real
Hello men, I hope you are not too aggravated with me, because I like and admire you all. I have done inertial propulsion powerfully and wrote a dissertation on the physic of it. It works abs ...
Asked on 31 July 2013 by Hewitt Casper, or just plain Glenn
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loss of mass effect
Dear Gyronauts, Craig Schaefer, who, from his wonderfully over produced u-tube videos seems to be a professor of physics, has inadvertently put up a video which, far from confirming conventional ...
Asked on 13 July 2013 by Nitro
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