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Space Air-Brakes: The Power Of The Universe

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#1 TerryStonefield

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 03:52 PM


All of celestial space, as a body is in constant motion. This yields a great amount of kinetic energy. A technology based on the principles of an 'Air-Brake' system could generate a great amount of energy.

A method of stabilization to oppose this movement must first be employed. The mechanism could be 'anchored' by a ultra-heavy mass. This would slow the movement of the ‘Air-Brake’ device relative to the surrounding space. A 'windmill' or other kinetic motion capture system could then take advantage of the continuous movement of space, and convert the kinetic energy into a standard form.
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#2 Multivitz

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Posted 02 January 2016 - 09:25 AM

Of just make an aerial that modulates its signal to it's field geometrics? Or just use the principles of Tesla, oh wait a minute, you can't. The authorities wouldn't let you try, because they are slaves to the money families who protect the oil dollar. Where have you been, don't you know this? Have you not seen Eric Dollard? No research, just post?

Edited by Multivitz, 02 January 2016 - 09:27 AM.

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Posted 02 January 2016 - 09:39 AM

You are right about using a heavy mass as an earthing ground, that should be buried some meters. People fail to do this and wonder why thier aerial energy collection is poor. Crystals/rocks can be used for the diode, but normal solid state components may be used. I hope this helps.
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