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The Dean System Drive is a self-contained propulsion system not requiring the loss of mass.

Archive for September, 2010

Advanced Inertial Navigation- The AIRS FLIMBAL

The AIRS was in large part an evolutionary development of INS technology. The principle measuring instruments (the accelerometers and gyroscopes) are direct descendants of technologies used in earlier ICBM INS systems like the Minuteman II. These technologies were developed over a period 30 years by the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory (formerly the Instrumentation Laboratory of MIT).

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Draper Labs at 25 years

Draper Laboratory’s roots reach back to the late 1920s and early 1930s, when
Charles Stark Draper began teaching aircraft instrumentation at MIT, all the while
dreaming of ways to improve instrument accuracy. He was an accomplished pilot,
and often performed daredevil acrobatics to make a point about the workability of a
theory. The technique underscored the point to his sometimes-startled passengers.

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Videos of Remarkable Interest

Videos of Remarkable interest to the inertial propulsion and navigation

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Welcome to Dean Space Drive.Org

“The effect of action and reaction is not necessarily simultaneous and can be sequential.”
N.L. Dean, 1948

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Steven M. Hampton- The Dean Space Drive

DEAN DRIVES AND DAVIS MECHANICS, Inertial Propulsion and the Manipulation of Time in Symmetrical Systems © 2008

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Antigravity ? You decide…

Anti gravity? Hmmm.

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Apparatus for Gyroscopic Propulsion Explained

Apparatus for Gyroscopic Propulsion Explained

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The Gyroscopic Inertial Thruster

The Gyroscopic Inertial Thruster

from David Cowlishaw

The GIT V2.0 designed and built by JL Naudin

created on 08-02-98 – JLN Labs – last update on 08-16-98

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Technology Demonstrator for Impulse Drive (1935)

This a fairly simple “motion rectifier” that lends itself to home experimentation. It can probably be built with solenoids manufactured for sprinkler controls and some simple electronics.

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Pendulum Test – JNL Labs

One of the definitive test that was developed to test unidirectional force, was the pendulum test. demonstrated here by JNL Labs- Under Davis Mechanics, and Norman L. Deans leadership, this test showed Dean’s drives attained 45′ although when Davis tried and retired, the phasing was not perfected due to the rough mechanical construction of the devices (1950’s) .Excellent Read- Admin

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