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Levity is 10^36 stronger than gravity.
Use the same principle, we can build floating city and flying board.
I think you mean "propulsion" system. Although electrons do repel each other electrostatically, I can see three problems with this idea:(1) There are limits to how much charge separation you can get. This is partly due to energy limitations (it takes more and more energy to push negatively-charged electrons against the repulsion of the increasingly negatively-charged shell) and partly due to insulator limitations (electrons will eventually start leaking from the negative shell to the positive shell).(2) If you can overcome the first problem, then the second problem will be arching. Much as a lightning bolt occurs when too much negative charge builds up in the clouds, you can expect an electric discharge to jump from the negative shell to the ground when its negative charge becomes too strong. This will put another limit on how strongly you can charge the shell.(3) If you can solve the first two problems, the third problem is with polarizability. Electrons in the ground will be repelled away from the negative electric field while the nuclei in the ground will be attracted towards it. This will create a patch of slight positive charge on the ground directly underneath your vehicle. So counter intuitively, this will actually lead to an overall attraction to the ground instead of a repulsion.
All forces are electrostatic force in nature.
charged particles only carry electrostatic force.
Simple fact and logic.
I twitted to spacex, blueorigin, nasa jpl, hopefully, they will give it a try. Much better idea than EM drive etc.
Rocket fuel technology is not good enough.
All you did was repost the exact same anti-science material from before...
500 physics professors, no one said my theory is anti-science.
Is Coulomb's Law anti-science?
You should look around, who else is with you?
Go to every thread making comments makes you happy?