anti-gravity project II addendum

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Shared April 6, 2019

All matter consists of electrons, would you all agree the influence of matter's electrons positively / negatively charged approaching each other causes an attraction or repel what we perceive to be gravity?

The craft will create its own power for flight, acquiring huge amounts of high voltage to unbalance the equilibrium of negative and positive electrons applied to the top of the saucer, an RC servo to flip polarities, "Proto 12" power source is a great design but I've scraped it of having too many moving parts and doesn't create yaw. However, yaw will be created by the charged HV coil, successor new code name is "Proto 13", its output is based on the total square area of the craft collecting electrons estimating output 300,000-500,000 volts, a saturation point of 10 inches. To channel the HV electrons, a charge (30awg) primary DC coil induction creates a vortex of electromagnetic field lines, 500 Gauss, intersects the saucer bottom V-shaped hull inline of dielectric tanks perpendicularly causing lift. Only having one moving part the R/C servo rotates the open coil to channel the electrons from top or bottom like the Earth's magnetic fields flipping polarities. Another method, I could use a gate switch to change the direction of DC thru the coil, having no moving parts.

Simply, I'm working on like-charged electrons to repel electrons in the dielectric space, unbalancing the equilibrium of negative-positive electrons. No plans of using Earth magnets its makes my saucer heavy. Currently building Proto 13.


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