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The acceleration period was brief only a short of time This period of travel 10 months of acceleration at 1 g can easily be tolerated by man At the end of 1 0 months craft will be traveling near the speed of light After down the propulsion system the craft can coast for the one third distance of the trip at a speed near the speed of light For the last one third of the trip deceleration the craft will turned around while in flight The front and rear plasma will turn the front of craft to the rear and the rear of the to the front The front pilot co pilot cabin will be retracted and the rear pilot co pilot cabin will be raised The craft now decelerate for the final third of trip utilizing the remaining proton fuel at 1 g
0044 In the above manner fuel used traversing the ionosphere and magneto sphere and the sun's gravity belt avoided and fuel is conserved
0045 The nearest gk sun with planets recently found approximately four and one half light years from earth coasting period for trip will have to be extended but not acceleration or deceleration periods
The method of claim 1, wherein a method for penetrating an ionosphere, a magnetosphere, or a sun produced plasma in space, will comprise,
(a) building up energy of said craft within an atmosphere, whereby,
(b) the vortices of said craft will become highly energized, whereby, possessing more energetic charged particles, more dense, and,
(c) by circumrotating earth, or other body in space, at increasing speeds, and then,
(d) flinging said craft into said ionosphere, or other plasma in space, whereby,
(e) said impediment to craft forward progress being said less dense plasma, said less dense plasma will break and go around said craft, and said craft will thereby,
(f) penetrate said ionosphere, magnetosphere, or other plasma in space.
 Referring to FIG. 15, shown is a craft detachable, rotating living module 760, and also blow up representations of pilot, copilot
Originally posted by UberL33t
I really have a
harddifficult time taking this serious, must be in one of those moods
Originally posted by Sinny
Can anyone understand all this scientific jargon correctly?
I find this patent interesting because I've heard a similar account of how to make something like this work..
This craft will possess a proton accelerator located within center of craft, running from north pole to the south pole. As the plasma vortices narrow toward the north pole, protons impacting a cobalt steel cap in the front, will impact and divert to the left, providing fuel for the proton accelerator. In the rear of craft electrons will impact and divert to the right, from the cobalt steel cap, and the electrons will bind with the exiting protons which otherwise, would be attracted back to a now negatively charged craft, with loss of propulsive thrust. In the rear of craft, the vortex moving from center of craft toward the south pole, also narrowed providing electrons to neutralize the exiting protons. In the front of craft, impacting electrons divert to the right. Impacting protons in rear of craft will divert toward the front of craft. To accelerate this potential fuel, diversion devices at both the north end of craft, and the south end of craft, will propel diverted particles to opposite ends of craft, as shown in drawings FIGS. 13 and 14. Read more: www.faqs.org...
Or it could be bull...any one in the know here?
NAVAL SPACE COMMAND
Headquartered at Dahlgren, Va., Naval Space Command began operations Oct. 1, 1983. Naval Space Command uses the medium of space and its potential to provide essential information and capabilities to shore and afloat naval forces by a variety of means:
Operating surveillance, navigation, communication, environmental, and information systems;
Advocating naval warfighting requirements in the joint arena; and
Advising, supporting, and assisting the naval services through training, and by developing space plans, programs, policies, concepts, and doctrine.