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I mean, here's a fact, We, the people, are forbidden to use free electrical generating devices. They, the government, don't mind using them at all.
Here's a question for both of us, rhetorical, why do they get it and not us?
Yeah, they got it down, but fearing that people will reverse engineer it, they moved it to something that can go faster than a sub or a jet. People around here call them UFOs.
Your MHD drive idea is real. It runs off electricity, and how can it fly?
Easy, gravity is a EM force. I'm just copying another man's words, but so far, that man has told some truth worth looking into.
1 terahertz, 50 mile penetration, and if anyone can get their body on that frequency, they can levitate.
Who forbids it? Other than, of course, physics.
By the summer of 1973, Gray was doing demonstrations of his technology and
receiving some very positive press. Later that year, Gray teamed up with
automobile designer Paul M. Lewis, to build the first fuel-less, electric car in
America. But trouble was brewing when a disgruntled ex-employee made a series of
unfounded complaints to the local authorities.
On July 22, 1974, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office raided the office and
shop of EVGRAY Enterprises, and confiscated all of their business records and
working prototypes. For 8 months, the DA tried to get Gray's stockholders to file
charges against him, but none would. Since he only had 15 investors, many of the
SEC regulations did not apply. By March 1976, Gray pleaded guilty to two minor
SEC violations, was fined, and the case closed. After this investigation ended, the
DA's office never returned any of his working prototypes.
Neither they nor us 'get it', because it doesn't exist.
MHD drives don't go faster than a jet.
It uses Lorentz forces to accelerate charged gases, which then propel the aircraft by reaction, just like a jet.
The higher the frequency, the less the penetration. 1 THz doesn't penetrate anything but vacuum 50 miles. Oh, and "get their body on that frequency" doesn't really mean anything. Get WHAT from their body on that frequency?
Here's a fact, scientist of today (I'll use Phage as an example) will shed blood than drop their ideas. You think a sociopath is murderous? Wait until you get a scientist that is forced to drop his ideas.edit on 1-2-2014 by FreedomCommander because: (no reason given)
Gray was nominated for "Inventor of the Year" by the Los Angeles Patent Attorney's Association
Ok, let's just say, that you have a device that gather's cosmic energy. You don't have to pay your electric bill any more. Because your gathering energy from an unlimited source, authorities come and bang on your doo
How do you know that? OK, here's a Source that a lot of people hate, it's a collection of device designs and explanations of how they work.
You... You don't know? OK. Example. Edwin Gray. Brilliant man, found the properties of cold electricity.
authorities come and bang on your door and threaten you...
How do you know that?
This kind of drive is an entirely different kind of animal. This Hall-effect type of drive if used in a spaceship would require only a very small amount of input power to drive the ship at great speeds and over great distances.
Ever tried to explain how a monk floats?
They're made of wood, of course. It's easy to determine, if they weigh the same as a duck, they're a monk.
I've seen them in action. They make interesting, if somewhat bulky, additions to jet engines.
Sorry, float is the wrong word. Levitate.
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If your the repesentive of ATS idoits and want to run for an admin, you would have 100 votes within 5 minutes.
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I'm not going to answer.
I will ask you 1 final question directed to you.
What makes you a master of all information?
Bedlam, alpha and beta particles can be directed by a magnet, couldn't a device be made with magnets to make a radioactive battery?