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Hoverboard - Should I post it?

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posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 05:59 PM
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LoL i think the main reason is that we are deluded, and think or maybe even hillusinate about things that are buried deep inside our brains hidden and locked away by are conscious minds. We relax and for while forget about the troubles of our lives and think more logically.


... just a thought


[edit on 21/7/2005 by wyatt43]




posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 07:15 PM
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yea.......WOOHOO NEW YORK TOMMOROW SO PROBLI NO POSTS for 12 days.....byeeeee!!!! i have to catch a plane tomoz so.....why am i up??? nite!?



posted on Jul, 31 2005 @ 09:25 PM
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Ok so my hotel room has wireless internet so i thought i would post sumthin.

Hey everyone! wow america just kicks britains butt in every way!!! lol......yum yum!!!! no wonder loads o people are obese, you're foods so damn irresistible!!!!!!


So yea ive seen New York first hand and god does it need a drastic change. pollution, pollution, pollution! everywhere! i am definately going to try and adapt, upon completion, the tech to larger vehicles.

however this will require some SERIOUS thought on electromagnetic shielding. all you'd have to do is pass the mag-field within proximity of a computer, digital phone booth, cellular, etc and thats all the data wiped clean off.

So bye for now!!!!



posted on Jul, 31 2005 @ 11:12 PM
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You should figure out a way to use one source of power, but you need to have multiple outputs for the power (I'm thinking 6-8). You need 2-3 down each side, at least 1 on the front and one on the back. You also need some sort of microprocessor that can vary the amount of power for the outputs. For example when a person leans to the left on a skateboard, surfboard, or snowboard they will turn in that direction. In order for this to work on your hoverboard, there would have to be an energy output thatturned and moved the board and rider in that direction. Just some thoughts for you to think of. Floating is only the beginning. Steering and stopping are ultimately important.



posted on Jul, 31 2005 @ 11:17 PM
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o yea obviously floating is only the beginning.....but its a big only. Im considering every else of lesser importance, althought im not going to market them until the prototype is perfect. i.e what you said about turning etc.
thnx!



posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 09:47 PM
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Back in the late '80s Thasher Magazine (U.S. seminal skateboard publication...back when it was good magazine) ran a fake "hoverboard" ad. There were a lot of rumors and such when rumors spread through word of mouth more than blogs and forums.

If someone is smart enough to build a hoverboard, would they be coming to a conspiracy-centric site to ask about legal and production information???



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 11:43 AM
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Well that was at thebeginning of the year i posted a comment asking about patents and the like. (i didnt know how to at that point)

Over the past months i have gained copious amounts of knowledge on patents, scitech, legal issues, "cool-things-that-people-would-like-to-see", etc etc.

And i AM intelligent enough to work on this, i posted this on here NOT because it is a conspiracy website, but beacuse there are actually some very intelligent (or knowlegable) people that log on here, from all walks of life and all ages. Plus its not JUST conspiracy forums here on ATS is it.



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 11:55 AM
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Im having trouble working out a viable power source.

There are of course the recent advances in batteries. (look it up on ats, something about a battery lasting 30 times longer or whatever)

Then theres palmtop-size nuclear generator..........steering clear of that.

The point is mute as those wont be completed for some time.

Then theres a magnetic generator i worked on. Of course it wouldnt likely produce anywhere near the amount of electricity i require, on such a scale.

Then there is cooling. Liquid nitrogen would be my first choice, but wouldnt it just warm up and turn to gas?

Theres just so much other stuff ON TOP of the basic prototype science.



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 03:42 PM
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start a small industrial buisness then wait for a month so everyone thinks your about to go bankrupt then skyrocket the buisness with the hover board. it's fool proof


[edit on 4-8-2005 by ArtemisFowl]



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 03:53 PM
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Lol, Thank AF, That i think could be a good idea. Stealth Marketing.

Ah well, so much work, so little time, so much lazyness.



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 05:18 PM
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Originally posted by Shadow88
Im having trouble working out a viable power source.

There are of course the recent advances in batteries. (look it up on ats, something about a battery lasting 30 times longer or whatever)

Then theres palmtop-size nuclear generator..........steering clear of that.

The point is mute as those wont be completed for some time.

Then theres a magnetic generator i worked on. Of course it wouldnt likely produce anywhere near the amount of electricity i require, on such a scale.

Then there is cooling. Liquid nitrogen would be my first choice, but wouldnt it just warm up and turn to gas?

Theres just so much other stuff ON TOP of the basic prototype science.


Judging from this post, I cannot see how you are the person building a working hover board.



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 08:14 PM
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Originally posted by Shadow88
Im having trouble working out a viable power source.

There are of course the recent advances in batteries. (look it up on ats, something about a battery lasting 30 times longer or whatever)

Then theres palmtop-size nuclear generator..........steering clear of that.

The point is mute as those wont be completed for some time.

Then theres a magnetic generator i worked on. Of course it wouldnt likely produce anywhere near the amount of electricity i require, on such a scale.

Then there is cooling. Liquid nitrogen would be my first choice, but wouldnt it just warm up and turn to gas?

Theres just so much other stuff ON TOP of the basic prototype science.

omg use solar panels it just occured to me wow!

[edit on 4-8-2005 by ArtemisFowl]


XL5

posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 11:26 PM
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Solar cells are too weak for even 100W scooters. If a hover board needs over 1000W it should use 24V @20AH batteries or a mini 40CC 4 stroke or 30CC 2stroke and a rare earth magnet generator.

I just wonder if there needs to be any sort of metal near by or if the pulses need to be over 1Tesla so it pushes on diamagnetic materials like water.



posted on Aug, 6 2005 @ 09:10 PM
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Originally posted by Shadow88
Im having trouble working out a viable power source.

There are of course the recent advances in batteries. (look it up on ats, something about a battery lasting 30 times longer or whatever)

Then theres palmtop-size nuclear generator..........steering clear of that.

The point is mute as those wont be completed for some time.

Then theres a magnetic generator i worked on. Of course it wouldnt likely produce anywhere near the amount of electricity i require, on such a scale.

Then there is cooling. Liquid nitrogen would be my first choice, but wouldnt it just warm up and turn to gas?

Theres just so much other stuff ON TOP of the basic prototype science.


Alas it has come to my attention of a power source possibility I got this info from an old IM bot




CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - A U.S. chemist is trying to determine how the world will produce enough energy to supply 9 billion people by mid-century - and whether that can be done without pumping off-the-charts amounts of carbon dioxide into the air. Daniel Nocera, 48, is working to achieve an old, elusive dream: using the bountiful energy in sunlight to split water into its basic components, hydrogen and oxygen. The elements could then be used to supply clean-running fuel cells or new kinds of machinery.




Or the energy created from the reaction itself, as atomic bonds are severed and re-formed, might be harnessed and stored. There is a beautiful model for this: photosynthesis. Sunlight kickstarts a reaction in which leaves break down water and carbon dioxide and turn them into oxygen and sugar, which plants use for fuel. But plants developed this process over billions of years, and even so, it's technically not that efficient. Nocera and other scientists are trying to replicate that - and perhaps improve on it - in decades. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, but it's generally locked up in compounds with other elements.




Currently, it is chiefly harvested from fossil fuels, whose use is the main cause of carbon dioxide emissions blamed for global warming. And so while hydrogen fuel cells - in which hydrogen and oxygen combine to produce electricity and water - have a green reputation, their long-term promise could be limited unless the hydrogen they consume comes from clean sources. That's where Nocera's method comes in. If it works, it would be free of carbon and the epitome of renewable, since it would be powered by the sun. Enough energy from sunlight hits the earth every hour to supply the world for months. The challenge is harnessing it and storing it efficiently, which existing solar technologies do not do.



ISNT IT COOL!!!

[edit on 6-8-2005 by ArtemisFowl]

[edit on 6-8-2005 by ArtemisFowl]



posted on Aug, 7 2005 @ 04:47 AM
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yea its cool but it would either probably be massive or loud



posted on Aug, 7 2005 @ 05:13 AM
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Hey shadow, stay kinda quite about this. I was doing some reading and i was reading one of Ickes books, Nikola Tesla a inventor who was doing alot of research in free energy, was killed. And his patents dissapeared, Coincidence i dunno. Conspiracy Heck yessss. Just letting you know maybe you should be very quite about this don't give out to much info about your self, not yet anyways. But exploit this invention alot. Cause if you suffer the mishap Tesla did, free energy would still be possiblle.



posted on Aug, 7 2005 @ 06:14 AM
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I havent read much on tesla........but he was killed for his work?


The second my invention is complete, i am going straight to the media, so that there is a dated video record of me and my invention........that way hopefully there will be less chance of any......"accidents"....

Neway i doubt there is any secret agenda to stop the human race progressing too fast etc etc.....*shifty eyes*


Also wtf? Icke is a nutjob.....


[edit on 7-8-2005 by Shadow88]



posted on Aug, 7 2005 @ 07:03 AM
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Originally posted by Shadow88
I havent read much on tesla........but he was killed for his work?


The second my invention is complete, i am going straight to the media, so that there is a dated video record of me and my invention........that way hopefully there will be less chance of any......"accidents"....

Neway i doubt there is any secret agenda to stop the human race progressing too fast etc etc.....*shifty eyes*


Also wtf? Icke is a nutjob.....


[edit on 7-8-2005 by Shadow88]


Icke as nuts as you may belive he is, his writings have lots and lots of fact in them so?



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 12:42 AM
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Yea but among the facts are the other "facts" of lizard people, and arians and global conspiracies, and all that is contained within the matrix, which turns out to be designed by ACTUAL reptilians, and he is the son of god...."o wait! no im not.....oops
"

He is without a doubt the biggest nutjob ever. Course when he proves me wrong!..........


So tesla???



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 01:48 PM
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Biography
Everything else about him..
Ummm, I don't think it talks about it like Icke did but it tells you plenty about him.



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