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Old 01-25-2019, 07:24 PM
sinergicus sinergicus is offline
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a very long and interesting patent I found...maybe will be an object for near future experiments :

The present invention relates to a new form of aerial,
terrestrial, underwater or space propulsion, achieved
through the manipulation (or engineering) of the vacuum
with the proper electromagnetic interactions. This vacuum
manipulation will allow the use of a new form of
propulsion, and has applications in energy production and
on the change of the time decay of radioactive elements. In
order to better understand the workings of this invention,
we will first supply the underlying theory that made
possible this innovation.

Figure 4.b) depicts a side view of the magnet arrangement
trough vertical line BB shown in figure 4.a) . If a coil 14
is wrapped around the magnet setup 15 (surrounding each
magnet, the magnet setup or a few of the magnets), then the
changing magnetic fields generated can be greatly
increased, by exciting the coils with changing
(oscillating, pulsing or any shape) electromagnetic signals. This will augment the magnetic vector potential
strength of the opposing fields and consequently increase
the vacuum stress that will induce strong antigravity
forces (F) on nearby masses (figure 4.c)).

A setup like this could be used for propulsion with any
number of units disposed around the periphery of the craft
in order to generate directional forces. This setup is auto
propelled because of its asymmetry of mass. Since there is
more mass to one side (the unopposed magnet), it will be
repelled from the higher vacuum stress zone. Bushman says
that when the magnet arrangement is excited by a coil at
ultraviolet frequencies it generates alternating magnetic
fields with the equivalent strength of an electromagnetic
pulse capable to destroy electronic components in a radius
of several miles. The intensity of the generated magnetic
field oscillations will increase with the frequency applied....
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