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Hoverboard - Should I post it?

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posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 12:26 PM
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Science guy, Im sorry that I did not update my website sooner. I have put electrostatic levitation on the backburner because I believe my current project will be much more successful and have less bugs to work out. Therefore making the patent easier to file. Like I said in my last post, I am going to have pictures up just to prove a point, I will not though put any information on the 3rd generation that I am currently working on. I am on the verge of finishing my forum so you can check it out, keep in mind it is new so i have no users yet.




posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 03:14 PM
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Originally posted by futureh
Science guy, Im sorry that I did not update my website sooner. I have put electrostatic levitation on the backburner because I believe my current project will be much more successful and have less bugs to work out. Therefore making the patent easier to file. Like I said in my last post, I am going to have pictures up just to prove a point, I will not though put any information on the 3rd generation that I am currently working on. I am on the verge of finishing my forum so you can check it out, keep in mind it is new so i have no users yet.


very nice website futureh. I read that electrostatic levitation is not working out?
have you ever considered using high breakdown materials such as mylar at the dielectric between the hovercraft and the ground? or using a trailing wire on the ground to give it a potential?



posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 04:06 PM
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Thanks on my site. I have just put up the Electrostatic Hoverboard Design Notes on the site. They talk about how to make one and the factors affecting it. This is the first edition and you will receive any additional editions free. You can go to the products page and read more. Also the Infinity database will be up soon for member only viewing.



posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 04:29 PM
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Have you considered radioactive electrodes? a beta emitter would preionize the air an help reduce spark over. something like thorium welding electrodes.



posted on Nov, 20 2005 @ 04:47 PM
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As a side note i would be weary of trying to market something that has the word, radioactive, in it, regardless of how extremely low. Yet more work would have to be done to, if nothing else, reassure the general public that they wont get foot tumors lol.

Oh actually are you talking to me or futureh?

LOL OW!
i was fixing my tv connection this afternoon as the link to the skybox was acting up, I had one finger on the scart cable, and i touched the scart port and OWW!!! i curcuitbreakerfied myself! Made my hand spasm LOL so weird.


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posted on Nov, 20 2005 @ 05:16 PM
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Futureh is whom i am speaking to. Atlast he has an idea of what an ohm or oersted is. But any kind of prototype that is going to be built will not work becuase of the limitation of the ionizability of the air and the strengh of the magnetic field that is needed. Your going to need enough power to light up a small city.



posted on Nov, 20 2005 @ 05:48 PM
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Sigh......i know what ohms etc are. You know, this thread is kind of old, and its just becoming a place where we can try and catch each other out or mock each other.

I think it would be a good idea to start a new thread in the research forum. That way there can only be pure innovative, progressive, constructive conversation. No trying to work out who knows the most intelligent and all this rubbish thats been going on recently for too long.

At the end of the day if one design/use of tech/science/energy/idea etc doesnt work, and after a certain amount of time you've travelled down every possible route you can think of, then simply move onto the next, and the next, and the next, until you find a solution.

I think this is the best place to end the thread and start afresh.

Remember there is a solution for everything. Finding it is the hardest part of the task but once you do, the rest is plain sailing.


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