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Re: Would this lead to Levitation?
« Reply #25 on: 24/07/2008 01:20:40 »
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Re: Would this lead to Levitation?
« Reply #26 on: 24/07/2008 01:36:48 »
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Re: Would this lead to Levitation?
« Reply #27 on: 24/07/2008 01:39:06 »
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Re: Would this lead to Levitation?
« Reply #28 on: 24/07/2008 02:15:42 »
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What a long train of hate-threads to a simple post

"Yes I like to think and this is why I like this web site. So here is another question - if we wish to consider it.

Rectilinear motion back and forth provides no composite momentum - so why not add angular rotation?

If you rotate at the same rate then you will find a force and so therefore if you make a machine this it would levitate if you "point it up"

I can describe this easily enough I ask this question though - anyone here want to levitate?

Imagine yourself on an ice surface with a rod of metal - pull it in to move forward. Then rotate a 1/2 turn and push it back.
 Wouldn't you continue?

This system is imperfect. Three phase is better and point the system up to levitate.

If I put money into this can anyone say why bit wouldn't work or just be blowing smoke?"

I thought scientists asked and thought? Prove me wrong.
 

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Re: Would this lead to Levitation?
« Reply #29 on: 24/07/2008 03:01:02 »
Ian

I don't normally do this in open Forum and at present I'm only slapping your wrists but after reading some of your replies i feel that you have on occasions been rude and discourteous to the members of this forum. You risk alienating the very people you wish to converse with and is something which will not be tolerated should it continue.
 
As you say you like this forum so please bear in mind what i have said.

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Re: Would this lead to Levitation?
« Reply #30 on: 24/07/2008 13:04:21 »
Sophie

don't reply to me and you will be happy.

Otherwise seek professional advice on your anger issues.


Perhaps it would be easier if you could list the people you do wish to reply!
 

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