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Mac-Quan-1 - A gyro/gravity propulsion invention?

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posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 01:20 AM
It's hard to take any of these backyard anti-gravity inventors seriously with all the money up for grabs...

If it were real, why not collect instead of posting dubious videos on the internet? There's a few of them, like the Göde award offering 1 million euros for a reproducible example Link

posted on May, 13 2012 @ 10:49 AM
This came in a Google today as I look for Tesla's iron stove story.
Bing tesla iron stove hotel window

The only clue seems to be a Tesla letter to a Westinghouse employee.
The only coil small enough for a stove would be a modified Tesla ignition coil operation.
So far the Tesla propulsion focuses the negative charge in the environment toward the vehicle.
The coil operated as Tesla showed in Colorado Springs without all the lighting bolts.
That means the coil was always at plus potential drawing in negative charge.
However a current was not done just the focus of charge that encompass a distance of miles
at the speed of light. The frequency as found by Tesla involves the inertia of charge rotation
where negative are more mobile than the positive charge and easily positioned toward the
positive potential coil. Such a great force must have surprised even Tesla who might have
thought a sufficient generator might never be found to energize his flying invention although
throughout his years of talking an interviews knew the ship was special.

Bing teslasflyingmachine

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Tesla's (real) Flying Machine ikola Tesla , what a great man - a real "superman" as O'Neill called him - but even this is not enough to describe the extent of his ...


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