posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 09:42 PM
reply to post by SuperSlovak
If I ever develop a working model, I do not know if I would show others or tell others about it. Knowledge is power and with great power comes great
responsibility. If gravitational propulsion technology is real and can be shrunk down to work on car sized vehicles it would turn this world into one
It would give weaker countries like Iran and North Korea the means to deliver warheads to anywhere in the world instead of just a slowly expanding
cone around their countries through their use of rockets. It would mix together the stable West with the unstable 3rd World. Pirates and militants
would be able to strike anywhere in the world.
Ultimately I do not think these consequences outweigh the tremendous advantages faster than light propulsion offers for all the peaceful people of
As I said in another post I do think Extended Heim Theory and the proposed experiment of a 20+ Tesla magnetic field interacting with a rotating disc
or flywheel is the key. The fact that these details were present in the McCandlish ARV flux liner is icing on the cake to me. There are plenty of
aluminum flywheels and spun aluminum toroids for Tesla coils out there but good luck building the magnet.
Florida State University is one of the only builders of bitter plate magnets in the world. The magnet technology itself isn't complex, its just
sheet metal with bolt holes and cooling holes drilled in it, stacked on top of each other sandwiching an insulator. These magnets are some of the most
powerful ever built and could generate the required magnetic fields. The cooling and energy requirements however are enormous.
Building such magnets oneself would require computer aided cutting machines like water jet cutters or CO2 lasers, never mind a whole lot of copper or
spending thousands of dollars with a metal fabrication shop.