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"Anti-Gravity" board (hoverboard) design question

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Mike, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    I have read about hoverboard design but have come across a stumbling
    block which i hope others can solve.

    The main form of enabling the device to hover is Magnetic Ion
    Containment.
    this should produce a column of charged Ions contained in a magnetic
    'cylinder'.
    There are a lot of diagrams around on how the system should look/work,
    however no particular parts are mentioned.

    an example is: http://www.americanantigravity.com/graphics/hovertech/Ion-Column_BW_large.gif

    and: http://www.americanantigravity.com/graphics/hovertech/Ion-Containment-Coil_large.gif

    if anyone has some information on what parts are required for this
    device please let me know. (Part numbers, descriptions, or similar
    ideas for 'Hoverboard' designs)

    many thanks,
     
  2. I would suggest you enquire to the physics groups, not the applaince
    service groups!

    This is what is known as weird sciences. I would be curious to know
    how the physics people would react to this one.

    If antigravity was really viable, we would be seeing antigravity
    devices around, and in the news.

    Jerry G.
    ========
     
  3. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    No no, the "True Believers" (ie. kooks) blame a Huge Government Conspiracy,
    Area 51, and a large Dalmatian at the end of the street for keeping it all
    under wraps.

    However, a nice troll by the OP. Keep up the good work..

    Ken
     
  4. Fred Stevens

    Fred Stevens Guest

    Hey, who told you about the Dalmatian? That's supposed to be a secret!
     
  5. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Disney put it in a movie (it's subliminal). He was in on it too, of course.

    Ken
     
  6. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    I've heard that they've got ol' Walt cryogenically preserved. I've heard
    that some people just have their head frozen - if they put it in liquid
    helium, would the neurons become superconductors, and the guy wake up
    and be superintelligent?
     
  7. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Probably wake up and be a bit pissed, I'd say! "Where's my body gone - put
    it down for a moment and it's gone!!"

    Ken
     
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