APEC 7/10: Feynman’s Disk & Gyroscopic Inertial Propulsion

July 10, 2021| Events|5 Minutes|By Tim Ventura

Remi Cornwall will discuss electromagnetic propulsion involving static ExB devices and the Feynman disk, Sandy Kidd discusses his extensive work in force precessed gyroscopic inertial propulsion, Mike Gamble will present a brief history of the history of Boeing CMG’s. We will also hear updates from Falcon Space & associates, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

Part #1 – Remi Cornwall – Electromagnetic Propulsion via static ExB fields that avoids the Hidden Momentum trap

This discussion shall look at means of propellant-less electromagnetic propulsion. A brief overview shall give the pros and cons of propulsion methods that are solely electromagnetic (not necessarily propellant-less). We shall look at flaws and misconceptions and then concentrate upon a method based around “static ExB” devices and the Feynman disk, which has experimental verification in a celebrated Nature paper. A model shall be built up to explain energetic processes in a cycle of the disk, the conversion of angular momentum to linear momentum, the specific impulse, the dissipation of momentum to the zero-point field and the emerging viewpoint of the zeropoint as a supersolid/superfluid.

Part #2 – Remi Cornwall – Electromagnetic Propulsion via static ExB fields that avoids the Hidden Momentum trap – Q&A Session

Remi Cornwall answers questions related to his presentation.

Part #3 – Sandy Kidd – Gyroscopic Inertial Propulsion

Sandy Kidd is a Scottish inventor and former RAF radar technician who developed a novel approach to gyroscopic propulsion in the 1980s, based on the principle that a gyroscope set at various angles could provide a lifting force. His work has been described as being based on the principle of “force precessed gyroscopes”, and has been reviewed by Eric Laithwaite, David Hatcher Childress, Dr. Harold Aspden, Dr Bill Ferrier , and many others.

Part #4 – Sandy Kidd – Gyroscopic Inertial Propulsion – Q&A Session

Sandy Kidd answers questions related to his presentation.

Part #5 – Tim Ventura & Franc Milburn – Gyroscopic Inertial Propulsion – Q&A Session

Tim Ventura summarizes news headlines & Franc Milburn offers context related to Unified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) and the recent June 25th “Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” report by the ODNI. UFOs are real – at least according to the US Government – and as this story continues to develop, we’re going to discuss some of the important developments to hit the news, including statements by NASA, the Pentagon, Senators & Congresspeople. UAP intent is currently unclear, but various news sources have reported an interest in our nuclear assets, as well as vehicular performance & stealth capabilities that are of concern. We also discuss findings by Knuth and the SCU which describe UAP performance as being capable of interstellar travel, thus raising the question of whether these vehicles are in fact extraterrestrial in origin.

Part #6 – Mike Gamble – History of Boeing Control Moment Gyros (CMG)

Mike Gamble will present a brief history of Boeing Control Moment Gyros – this presentation is the one that got Tom Valone interested in gyro propulsion, and led to Mike’s work over the next four years getting a small demo model working for him. This presentation dates back to the 60’s continuing up to 2001 when the Seattle earthquake took out the lab.

Part #7 – Mike Gamble – History of Boeing Control Moment Gyros (CMG) – Q&A Session

Mike Gamble answers questions related to his presentation.

Part #8 – Mark Sokol & Associates – Falcon Space Lab Updates

Mark Sokol and the Falcon Space team will present updates on their experimental research in the lab, with a focus on inertial propulsion research and an in-depth review of the work of Bryan Sinclair’s into inertial propulsion research.

Part #98 – Open Discussion & Ad Hoc Presentations

Conference guests interested in presenting experimental info to the group are invited to participate at this time, and our presenters will be available to take questions & discuss experiments.

Links & Resources:
• Remi Cornwall: Publications at University of London
• Sandy Kidd: Overview on Rex Research
• COFE Conference (Mike Gamble & Tom Valone): https://www.integrityresearchinstitute.org/cofe.html
• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website