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Hi,

http://www.rexresearch.com/wingless/wingless.htm
 

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Wow, they are all there :)

As a science fiction fan, i can only say great thanks to you Hesham ;)
 

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For something to be a patent does hte person have to prove the technology works?
 

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KJ_Lesnick said:
For something to be a patent does hte person have to prove the technology works?

It has been a while since I looked into the world of patent applications (Some time between the dinosaurs becoming extinct and the Deluge), but as I recall, yes, if you apply for a patent, you have to "prove" that it works. The problem, as I understand it, is that the people who review and grant (or not) the patents are not experts in every field, no-one is, so it is often difficult for them to tell the genuine from the plain nuts. Which is why we have patents for free-energy and anti-gravity devices :p

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anti-gravity can be recreated without great problems ( during scientific experiments) , but i don't know for these types of projects !
 

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August is flying saucers time !
 

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airman said:
anti-gravity can be recreated without great problems ( during scientific experiments) , but i don't know for these types of projects !

Perhaps this is the right time to clarify some concepts. 'Anti-gravity' and 'electromagnetic levitation' are two different things.
- The first consists of anulling the gravitational field generated by the mass of a celestial body by technical means. That requires a deep study on something known as 'gravitational waves' and on an hypothetical particle known as graviton, that current state of science is still far for controlling.
-The second is a laboratory trick to suspend an object in the air using magnets. Last year I bought a small scaled earthglobe for just three dollars that 'floats' in the air.
 
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Hi folks,
Not quite anti-gravity, but at a similar level of techno-optimism was the laser-induced fusion-powered flying saucer proposed by Charles Osmond Frederick on behalf of British Rail. See Wikipedia at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Rail_flying_saucer
The patent was (I think) lodged on December 11th, 1970 , with the number GB1310990. See also http://v3.espacenet.com/textdoc?DB=EPODOC&IDX=GB1310990
Cheers,

‘Wingknut’
 

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Hi,

anther flying saucer or flying disc.

http://inventors.about.com/od/wackypatents/ss/flying_saucer_3.htm
 

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Justo Miranda said:
airman said:
anti-gravity can be recreated without great problems ( during scientific experiments) , but i don't know for these types of projects !

Perhaps this is the right time to clarify some concepts. 'Anti-gravity' and 'electromagnetic levitation' are two different things.
- The first consists of anulling the gravitational field generated by the mass of a celestial body by technical means. That requires a deep study on something known as 'gravitational waves' and on an hypothetical particle known as graviton, that current state of science is still far for controlling.
-The second is a laboratory trick to suspend an object in the air using magnets. Last year I bought a small scaled earthglobe for just three dollars that 'floats' in the air.
Anti-gravity and Quantum levitation are awesome things ? ???
( in one of numbers of Nature Magazine of 2002 they speak about Quantum Levitation)
 

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