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Originally posted by mOOmOO
No such thing as a vacuum.
Originally posted by Nohup
Is there are real photo of it somewhere, and not some junky "illustration?" I got illustrations of Buck Rogers' spaceships, too, but they ain't flying me anywhere.
This wouldn't be the first aircraft to fly using magnetohydrodynamics, said Anthony Colossa, a researcher at NASA's Glenn Research Center who is not involved in Roy's work.
Originally posted by Denied
Originally posted by skywatch
i would like to see a picture/movie of his invention.
Well i had a look around and found this, seems there is a book out that people can buy, called How To Build a UFO.
But they show some sort of patent and drawings using Magnetohydrodynamics, maybe thats how it will look.
Picture taken from book below.
Originally posted by Gazrok
Hmm...not sure why this is new. Thomas Townsend Brown was pretty well known for the same thing...with his lifters. He's already made (and demonstrated) working models.
In addition, he worked for Dr. Vannevar Bush (whom many believe to be a founding member of MAJIC, or whatever other name you want to call it) and he worked for Glenn Martin (as in Lockheed Martin)...
Furthermore, Brown helped to found NICAP!
Check the links section on the wiki site....
Originally posted by carole9999
reply to post by LEAP STICK
Rocket technology is far from state of the art, it has been the obsolete red herring that NASA parades around to reinforce a false paradigm. Concerning the patent, please research the Biefield-Brown effect which was well known to the government in the 40s. Yes, they simply drop promising technology and look the other way.