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Machine for acceleration in a gravitational fleld.

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  • Bill Hamilton
    Any info on this invention and further progress? Inventor: Yamashita, Haruo 834 Fujie Akashi 673 (JP) Inventor: Toyama, Takayuki 9-201-19 Shlomigacka,
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      Any info on this invention and further progress?

      Inventor: Yamashita, Haruo
      834 Fujie
      Akashi 673 (JP)
      Inventor: Toyama, Takayuki
      9-201-19 Shlomigacka, Nakago-cho
      Kitalbaraki 319-15 (JP)

      Machine for acceleration in a gravitational fleld.

      A machine comprising an electrically polarized body, and means for moving
      the body in one direction to accelerate electrons, thereby generating an
      accelerating force in another direction due to an interaction between the
      accelerated electrons and the gravitational field.


      EP 0 486 243 A2

      Field and Background of the Invention

      The development of science and technology in the twentieth century has
      revealed that the earth is too small for the human race to survive.
      Population growth is far beyond predictions, and it will become almost
      impossible in the nearfuture to sustain all humans and maintain the
      environment on the earth in a liveable condition. Therefore an improved
      propulsion engine to facilitate travel is needed, which does little or no
      harm to the environment.

      Summary of the Invention

      A machine constructed in accordance with the present invention comprises an
      electrically polarized body, and means for moving the body in one direction
      to accelerate electrons, thereby generating an accelerating force in another
      direction due to an interaction between the accelerated electrons and the
      gravitational field.

      More at...

      http://rognerud.com/physics/html/eu_patent.html



      Bill Hamilton



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