04 Jun '11 08:42>
Is it possible to create a device that defies gravity based on gyroscopes?
Originally posted by Thequ1ckI thought 'no' was pretty hard to misunderstand.
So what you're saying is that the father of the 20th Century.
The daddy of electricity which you're so humbly using as we have
this converstation. Didn't understand the simplest of Mathematical
laws? Am I reading you right??
Originally posted by googlefudgeYes, no isn't a terribly difficult word to misunderstand.
I thought 'no' was pretty hard to misunderstand.
Tesla proposed a number of possible flying machines, working by a number of methods.
It is certainly possible to make a flying machine without wings, that stands on its jet exhaust, Harrier jump jets often do it when they take-off/land. It is however hugely inefficient, and power hungry.
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I wouldn't say I was using electricity humbly though... not sure how one does that.
Originally posted by AThousandYoungI don't have the resources otherwise I would.
Try it and see!
Originally posted by Thequ1ckIs a scam site. They promise you free energy in your back yard, and then ask you real money for the plans. No different in essence from those sites promising you a way to cut your car's petrol use in half using only a pair of magnets and their patented invention, plans $40, for you only, honest guv'.
Originally posted by Shallow BlueThanks for posting back and taking the time to read the links.
Is a scam site. They promise you free energy in your back yard, and then ask you real money for the plans. No different in essence from those sites promising you a way to cut your car's petrol use in half using only a pair of magnets and their patented invention, plans $40, for you only, honest guv'.
Is a nutc ...[text shortened]... sily go hand in hand with great delusions, and in Tesla's case, often did.
Originally posted by AThousandYoungRifling is a good analogy, not only in the bullet but in the gun.
From the clip offered earlier:
It looks to be an attempt at a three dimensional version of rifling; a rifle bullet goes straighter because it's spinning, which resists forces to push it to the side. A spinning top refuses to fall down because it's spinning. This thing has components that spin in all th ...[text shortened]... tical law of torques that prevents an object from spinning in three dimensions or something?
Originally posted by googlefudgeAre you saying that Buzz Aldrin was a hoaxer?
anything that relies purely on the rotation of gyroscopes, in whatever combination to produce lift, will not work.
It falls under the heading of reactionless drive.
Otherwise known as breaks the laws of physics drive ;-)