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

Archive for the 'Inertial Propulsion' Category

Apparatus for Gyroscopic Propulsion Explained

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Solid Mass-Centrifugal Propulsion System (ISA) International Space Agency

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Remarkable Electromagnetic Gravity Inf from Lockheed-Martin

Former Lockheed Martin Skunkworks Senior Scientist comes out about Antigravity Propulsion Devices and how they tie into what is known as “Singularity” which allow you to move anywhere within the universe instantaneously.
Humans have this technology, and have had for more than 50 years.

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U.S. Patent 7,900,874 Harvey Emanuel Fiala (Downey, CA),

An anti-gravity device based on inertial propulsion earned U.S. Patent 7,900,874 for inventors Harvey Emanuel Fiala (Downey, CA), John Emil Fiala (Spring, TX) and John-Arthur Fiala (Spring, TX). The device they say could power flying saucers that would have abilities now attributed to UFOs, as well as cars, amusement park rides, toys and satellites. It could even be used to move comets and asteroids.

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Patent App relating to new Machine- David A. Smith

Rotary motion into unidirectional force.

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A new Mechanical Antigravity concept

A new scientific paper about a novel anti-gravity device needs to be understood and commented. by Prof.C.Provatidis

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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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