posted on Jun, 1 2006 @ 01:59 AM
You are not disappointing me. Matter of fact, I am intrigued with your ability to actually review the information. Yes, the one patent is much like
Silverbug, or project Y2. The difference lies in that Y2 was a flat riser and once airborne would maneuver like an airplane. The new design allows
for computer control of the exhaust ports individually, so that the vehicle can move down a course line and via computer control of the exhaust ports,
change direction at any angle, including reverse.
Now, put the two patents together. Lets take an example for a high speed right angle turn. The pilot is in a disc shaped vehicle that has the
characteristics of both patents. The pilot is on a course of 360 degrees. The pilot commands a course change to 090 degrees. The first patent comes
into play for g-force protection. The gyroscopic cockpit pivots the pilot to be aligned with the new course of 090 degrees. Once aligned with the
new course, the vehicle then decelerates and changes the thrust vector via computer control to the course of 090 degrees. Since each exhaust port on
the vehicle is individually controlled by the computer, the change in course can be initiated almost instantaneously once the pilot is aligned with
the new course.
Vorazechul, put the two patents together. Don't think in terms of Silverbug, or existing engines, or any other project. Look at the combined
functioning of both patents together.
You have shown a keen focus, keep analyzing these patents in a simplistic view of their principles together. How the pilot can be pivoted in a
vehicle that is capable of changing course at great angles to initial course line.