Re: I copied this
- Here is one of those links, clickable.
It looks and sounds cool. It stands being investigating.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, ufolight
> From a yahoo group called 'hameltech' ; This could prove veryPatent
> interesting. See below:
> I bought these flying sphere (free flying magnetic levitator)
> Drawings, # 4,874,346 from a company called Creative Science &Oct.
> They have 3 web site URL's: www.fuellessenergy.com,
> www.fuellesspower/com, and www.fuelless.com.
> The inventor filed for patent Jan 6, 1988 and got the patent on
> 17, 1989.without
> Here's what the Abstract says:
> "A free flying magnetic levitator that is self stabilized and fully
> maneuverable for magnetic structure establishing an odd number of
> poles for interaction with another magnetic field having an even
> number of poles to produce linear motion instead of rotation
> a guideway. Longitudinally wound coils produce the odd polemagnetic
> field for maximizing coupling with an even pole field such as theflying
> magnetic field of the earth."
> Now for those of you who may want to look into this for your own
> amazement may want to read an article written about this "free
> magntic levitator" which is simply a flying sphere that was put outmidair,
> by HOVER NEWS, summer 1992, Number Four, said this:
> Magnetic Aircraft
> What's faster than an F-16, capable of stopping instantly in
> totally silent, and never needs refueling? If you guessed a UFOmagnetic
> piloted by an extra terrestrial, you're very close. But if you're
> ever driving through the deserts of Nevada and happen to see a
> strange glow zigzagging across the sky, chances are it's not a UFO
> but the U.S. government testing one of it's newest toys, the
> Just four years ago, inventor How Wachpress of San Francisco,
> California patented what he calls a "Free Flying Magnetic
> (see 'Flying without wings, issue 3). Designed to float over the
> earth's magnetic field, it is self stabilizing and highly
> maneuverable. He has successfully built prototypes that can fly
> across a room carrying their own power supply and even a
> superconducting version that we observed to reach an altitude of
> 16,000 feet and a speed of 2,500 mph!
> If any Hameltech member would like someone to interface with or get
> together to build a "free flying magnetic levitator" then by all
> means give me a holler at investmentproducts@y...
> Bob Burger