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where is Mike Marsden and what happened to his device?
am surprised none of the experts in this forum have a thing to say about the Mac-Quan-1 device in this videos http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=770563497668406528# http://video.google.co.u ...
Asked on 12 March 2011 by Albert Druid
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Sany Kidd +
Hi Sandy, It has been a while since the 19080's when we worked together. It is also about 30 invention licensings later across the world for me. My group & I are able to fund or find funding for ...
Asked on 12 March 2011 by Martyn Rose
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Relativistic Flying Machines And Kron's Ideas
Did you know that Gabriel Kron believed firmly that there is a deep connection between the properties of space and electromagnetism that has eluded even the greatest amongst us? Even to this day, this ...
Asked on 19 February 2011 by Ravi
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The 'Secret' of 'Gyro propulsion'..... 'unlocked'
I have no 'Formal' scientific education, however, I am a 'Shade Tree' Mechanic/Engineer with a significant number of years building everything from automobiles to sawmills. I became interested in ...
Asked on 5 February 2011 by Scott Brown
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A Recipe for 21st Century Inertial Propulsion
[ D = A*X*Y / r*w ] can be more concisely expressed in the following Iconic format: D = AXY/rw Angular distance "D" is equal to Acceleration "A" times ratio-"X" times ratio-"Y"..., d ...
Asked on 17 January 2011 by Luis Gonzalez
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Do you think this may be what's happening in gyroscopic propulsion?
I have analyzed the following diagram of a unidirectional force machine, and it's amazing: http://depalma.pair.com/GenerationOfUnidirectionalForce.html I understand the "mechanical" version, ...
Asked on 27 December 2010 by Ryan Eisele
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Vertical Lift.
I was discussing in a Portuguese forum about this hypothetical model of vertical lift. The participants mentioned that additional tests are necessary and an answer can’t be provide only via conceptual ...
Asked on 13 December 2010 by Mauricio
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Suggestion
Surely if all the gyroscopes pointed down and towards the centre it would force the structure to topple whilst the other side would correct itself then in the centre would propel it upwards. Just a su ...
Asked on 8 December 2010 by Dave Rollo
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The 'free lunch'
Hello all. I've been through the whole forum, and more. Fortunately, I haven't felt your pain explicitly, though implicitly, I have. What I have read herein has been a lot of language barrier/trying t ...
Asked on 7 December 2010 by Robert Stuch
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FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO UNDERSTAND HOW TO BUILD GYRO THRUST
Before the design: First comes the concept: 1) Lay a mirror face-up on a table. 2) Place a pedestal on the mirror. 3) Place a spinning gyro on the pedestal so that it overhangs. 4) Relea ...
Asked on 11 November 2010 by Glenn Hawkins
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Expirament on gyroscopic motion
Thank you for conducting and documenting these expiraments, my public education is blessed by this. Why is it assumed that conversely to 'what goes up, must come down' that 'what doesn't go down, ...
Asked on 6 November 2010 by d3x0r
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the basics
Been reading thru this interesting website. The extreme passion stopped - I see fewer postings. You all gave up or learnt what you came for. Nitro Macmad asked a good question on posting id=306. ...
Asked on 6 August 2010 by Albert Druid
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WARP-DRIVE IS ONE OF THE MOST REMARKABLE DISCOVERY EVER
INERTIAL PROPULSION IS POSSIBLE, Because the third law proves it is. A very important thread was posted on this site by, Ram Firestone. The date was, 2 December 2004. http://www.gyroscopes.org/ ...
Asked on 5 July 2010 by Glenn Hawkins
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Introduction of concept
I have designed a gyroscopic based propulsion device that has passed all the propulsion tests I can think of. I have a great desire to assure that I am not tricking myself with these test and would li ...
Asked on 17 June 2010 by Dravdin Miles
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ravi 30 5 2010
It needs to work like a turbine as slowly the inner builds up pressure against the outer then this presure is released into the outer chamber to give psi in the ring of the module to be released by wa ...
Asked on 2 June 2010 by patrick hill
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ravi 30 5 2010
It needs to work like a turbine as slowly the inner builds up pressure against the outer then this presure is released into the outer chamber to give psi in the ring of the module to be released by wa ...
Asked on 2 June 2010 by patrick hill
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Blame Sandy Kidd
Just an update about my experiments: The Kidd Effect is real. As I have attempted to amplify the lift, the Kidd Effect has also become amplified. My machine had been severely damaged when the whe ...
Asked on 27 May 2010 by Ravi
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Asked on 24 May 2010 by wgsljmszbmr
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Gyro slip stick drive?
With all the development over the years is seems to me the most dramatic examples of novel approach to Propulsion are examples that show working models. Example Russian slip-stick drive:- ht ...
Asked on 24 April 2010 by RichardUrwin
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Just a note
It is possible to create inertial thrust by manipulating precession. A dozen people, maybe many more, have realized this and somehow managed not to be put-off by the world of opinion and accepted scie ...
Asked on 18 March 2010 by Glenn Hawkins
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More experimental results
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Asked on 8 February 2010 by Ravi
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INTERESTED IN A NEW WAY TO LOOK AT THINGS
IM STILL WONDERING WHY SCIENC HAS ALWAYS OVERLOOKED THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCES IN WHINCH WE DEAL WITH DAILY IN OUR LIVES. BUT NEVER TEACH US IN SCIENCE ,MORE IN DEPTH, ABOUT THESE NATURALLY OCCURING FOR ...
Asked on 5 February 2010 by lil hoss
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HELP ME OUT.
I need some assessments to help calibrate my design. In overhung configurations I think the rate of precession relates to the rate of decent. You see this when the gyro is spun down in RPMs. Then th ...
Asked on 3 February 2010 by Glenn Hawkins
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Experimental Proof at last!
Sheddwellers and others, Here is experimental proof of behavior which my theory predicts. As per Faraday's ...
Asked on 29 January 2010 by Ravi
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Shed dwellers and others
You can see the results of the jan 14-19 experiments here. The latest experiments and the experiments of jan 12, 2010 are con ...
Asked on 20 January 2010 by Ravi
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Vote: Is this lift or not?
Experiment 2.5 I request those who watch the video to make one anonymous vote here to say yea or ...
Asked on 13 January 2010 by Ravi
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The cause of the problem
Physics has been written so mechanically wrongly to support mathematical methods of counting that it is no wonder that understanding a simple gyroscope through physics becomes an adventure in stupidit ...
Asked on 9 January 2010 by Glenn Hawkins
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Whats happening?
This video demonstrates two experiments. The only difference between the first and the second is that in the ...
Asked on 8 January 2010 by Ravi
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Does Gyro-Propulsion compel unifying gravity?
Hi Ravi, The Unified Field Theory is something I too find compelling. It looks like we are both fascinated by similar challenges, so I hope we are able to stay in good terms. I think the key to harm ...
Asked on 4 January 2010 by Luis Gonzalez
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so called anti-gravity function
There is one experiment which would be an extension to one particular demonstration of Professor Laithwiate's that I would like to conduct but I do not have access to gyroscopes or the engineering nec ...
Asked on 30 December 2009 by s.j.wilson
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Zero Momentum
During precession there is gyroscopic created momentum, but it can never be recognized, harnessed, or useful. Under all circumstances this unrevealed momentum completely ceases to exist the instant ri ...
Asked on 30 December 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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Peace and Goodwill
Hi Harry, In the past I have acted pretty awful. I know I was an ass and I apologize with sincerity. I know I don’t deserve it, but please give us another chance to be friends. I don’t ever intend t ...
Asked on 19 December 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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Peace and Goodwill
Hi Luis, You are the most difficult to make peace with. Knowing the little I do about you I thank you will be hesitant. No matter, I extend my hand and will keep it extended out to you and tell you ...
Asked on 19 December 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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peace
Peace and Goodwill Hi Ravi, I recognize your measure of excellence. It completely shows up in your site. It is very impressive. You’ve done a lot with math too and you have theories. Every guy wit ...
Asked on 19 December 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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Peace and Goodwill
Hi Patrick, I thought this post of yours was very good. PAT - 03/01/2009 08:21:45 The centipede has angular mass which against the outer prime can be mapped, there is no up and down only a va ...
Asked on 19 December 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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Peace and Goodwill
Hi Maddy and Ontoyou, I haven’t yet had the pleasure of knowing much about you, but I am wishing you peace and good will towards all men. Merry Christmas and Happy New Years, Glenn and family
Asked on 19 December 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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automobiles.
Why Gyroscope is not used in two-wheelers?
Asked on 17 November 2009 by PARTH SHAH
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automobiles.
Why Gyroscope is not used in two-wheelers?
Asked on 17 November 2009 by PARTH SHAH
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Maddy wrote:
Maddy wrote: Let’s have a reality check here, is there such a thing as a vector? Straight lines, flat surfaces or perfect spheres do not exist in nature, the closer you look the “straight” vector ...
Asked on 15 November 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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RAVI
Ravi, I have the answers. I have had them for years and I might give them to you now . . .slowly. You ask when you first said hello. Glenn,
Asked on 4 November 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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Least we should say that gyros breach the First Law of motion!
The First Law of Motion gives us room to extrapolate that an object moving at steady constant velocity is undistinguishable from an object at rest when perceived from within its own frame of reference ...
Asked on 25 October 2009 by Luis Gonzalez
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Confirmation of Sandy's Observations
Question: Sandy Kidd had posted at one time that he observed that under certain conditions, the wheels moved inward toward the center. His observation has been confirmed by me today. I only ver ...
Asked on 24 September 2009 by Ravi
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Confirmation of Sandy's Observations
Sandy Kidd had posted at one time that he observed that under certain conditions, the wheels moved inward toward the center. His observation has been confirmed by me today. I very narrowly avoi ...
Asked on 24 September 2009 by Ravi Gampa
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Back to Propulsion
I have been in contact with Pierre Asselin of Canada for a couple of months. He has shown me a device that unmistakably defies the laws of motion. We are skeptical. We don’t know ‘how’, but what is cl ...
Asked on 14 September 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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More gyroscopic propulsion forums
Hi, I've been looking into this matter for a few weeks and came up with a few idea's, is there a forum where you people meet that supports pictures and stuff?
Asked on 19 August 2009 by Gerrit Harteveld
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Can Ravi connect Relativity and Time-Space to Gyro-Propulsion?
Hi Ravi, Thank you again for your fascinating excursions in search of the illusive source for “gyro-propulsion”. Your posting of 6 August 2009 in your site at http://relmachine.blogspot.com/ take ...
Asked on 9 August 2009 by Luis Gonzalez
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How to calculate power supply needs for a gyro DC motor
This link will help with sizing the power supply needed to power up a motor to a desired speed. You wil ...
Asked on 19 July 2009 by Ravi
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Get back on track
I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings, but the point here is being missed and has been for a long time now. I understand precisely why and how precession takes place, but knowing is not necessar ...
Asked on 17 July 2009 by Glenn Hawkins
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How to size the motor for your specific design...
Here is a link to help you size the motor for your prototype.
Asked on 5 July 2009 by Ravi
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Alex Jones: any plans or drawings?
Hi, I work as a reporter for a daily newspaper in Quebec City, Canada. I researched extensively the topic of reactionless propulsion after writing about a local inventor who built a device that move ...
Asked on 3 July 2009 by Pierre Asselin
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