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Offline VictorEliasEspinozaGuedez

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Propellant de Spark Electric
« on: 18/03/2014 11:14:56 »


BY: VICTOR ELIAS ESPINOZA GUEDEZ
VALENCIA-VENEZUELA
18 MARCH 2014


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Re: Propellant de Spark Electric
« Reply #1 on: 18/03/2014 16:03:16 »


That photo of Tesla is a double-exposure : it's trick photography ...

Quote from: wikimedia.org/File:Tesla_colorado
Publicity photo of Nikola Tesla sitting in his laboratory in Colorado Springs in December 1899. Photo was taken by Dickenson V. Alley, photographer at the Century Magazines. The laboratory was built in 1899. Tesla sent a copy of this photograph to Sir William Crookes in England in 1901.

This image was created using "trick photography" via a double exposure. The electrical bolts were photographed in a darkened room. The photographic plate was exposed a second time with the equipment off and Tesla sitting in the chair. Tesla's Colorado Springs notes identify the photo as a double exposure.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tesla_colorado_adjusted.jpg


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some one beat you to it ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_thruster
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Re: Propellant de Spark Electric
« Reply #2 on: 19/03/2014 19:22:01 »


That photo of Tesla is a double-exposure : it's trick photography ...

Quote from: wikimedia.org/File:Tesla_colorado
Publicity photo of Nikola Tesla sitting in his laboratory in Colorado Springs in December 1899. Photo was taken by Dickenson V. Alley, photographer at the Century Magazines. The laboratory was built in 1899. Tesla sent a copy of this photograph to Sir William Crookes in England in 1901.

This image was created using "trick photography" via a double exposure. The electrical bolts were photographed in a darkened room. The photographic plate was exposed a second time with the equipment off and Tesla sitting in the chair. Tesla's Colorado Springs notes identify the photo as a double exposure.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tesla_colorado_adjusted.jpg


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some one beat you to it ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_thruster

My idea is to touch the electrons with several propellers. It is not the same, touch to blow.
 

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Re: Propellant de Spark Electric
« Reply #3 on: 24/03/2014 23:31:46 »
How about a mix between ion thrust and the spark propeller.

A magneto-aerodynamic aircraft, using magnetic fields to guide and accelerate ion wind from high voltage electrodes. electrodes which are of different size and capacitance similar to ion thrust and the Ion propeller concept. 
 

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