Electrokinetic and Kinetic-Baric Force Propulsion

Page Contents
Introduction
Electrokinetic Capacitor
Electrokinetic Capacitor Immersed In Oil
Kineto-Baric Force
References.


Introduction
Electrokinetic propulsion is a propulsion method that possibly uses electrostatic fields to accelerate air ions or possibly tachyons to produce a reaction force. There are two types of electrokinetic propulsion. The first one uses the electrokinetic capacitor. The other uses polarized liquids like water that may produce a directionalized gravity force.


Electrokinetic Capacitor

When Thomas T. Brown applied a large electrical voltage to an x-ray tube he found that the x-ray tube could move. After applying large electrical voltage to capacitances, the capacitors also moved due to the electrostatic fields. These capacitors are called electrokinetic capacitors. The electrostatic fields of these capacitors possibly produced reaction thrust due to the acceleration of air ions. A claim indicates that the electrokinetic capacitors still could produced reaction thrust F when it was in a near vacuum. This indicated that the propulsion force F needs not be due to ion propulsion. The electrokinetic propulsion force F may be due to a new type of force in nature. Figure 1(a) shows a electrokinetic capacitor for producing electrokinetic propulsion force. It consists of two sheets of aluminum 2 and 3 separted by a styrofoam dielctric material 4. This entire section was covered with more styrofoam sheets 5 to reduce the generation of ions. The styrofoam cover sheets 5 were designed to reduce the chances of the electrified metal sheets 2 and 3 from ionizing the surrounding air molecules. A direct current or varying direct current voltage V was applied to the metal sheets 2, 3. When the voltage V was applied there was a small reaction thrust F produced which was in the direction of the postively charged sheet 3. Figure 1(b) shows the electronic circuit for supply the large voltage V .

        Electrokinetic Capacitor and Drive Circuit



                Figure 1.

The applied direct current voltage was about 10 to 15 kilovolts.
If some thrust F can be produced without the interaction of air ions, the electrokinetic capacitor may be some sort of tachyon drive. This electrokinetic force may be due to a new force in nature which is perhaps tachyons. The electrified capacitor may have generated tachyons which may be  very small particles that is used as a propellant.
Tachyons are assumed to be very small particles that can travel faster than the speed of light c . Tachyons may even be gravity particles. The thrust produced may be due to ion or ionized air flow. The inventor states that the electrokinetic capacitor motion works in a vacuum but with reduced thrust.
Demonstration video 1 may likely show the electrokinetic capactor experiment of figure 1.

   Demonstration Video 1. Electrokinetic Capacitor:
    http:// /.WMV, file size:  kilobytes, (not available yet).


Electrokinetic Capacitor Immersed In Oil

In this experiment an electrokinetic capacitor is immersed oil which limits air ion flow. The oil operates as a dielectric that does not ionize. If movement is observed of the capacitor with applied electric input voltage V and there is no ion flow in the oil, the electrokinetic capacitor works and is then not an ion motor.


Kineto-Baric Force
  The second electrokinetic propulsion device uses an electrostatic field to polarized non-electrically conducting water. The device could move, because the polarized molecules could produce the kineto-baric propulsion force.  This device was invented by Rudolf Zinsser and is called a kineto-baric force device. Figure 2 shows the experiment design. It has water 2 placed between metal (steel) electrode plates 3 and 4 in plastic container 6. These where suspended on threads 5 so that the unit was free to move in different directions except in a downward direction. When an electric voltage V and current I was applied to the plates 3 and 4, the entire unit moves a little in one direction. The unit can be moved or displaced by about 1 millimetre. The movement may be due to the interaction with the earth's magnetic field with the polarized atoms of the water.

   Kineto-Baric Force Generator
   Figure 2.

  Demonstration Video 2. A Kineto-Baric Force Experiment:
   http:// /.WMV, file size:  kilobytes, (not available yet).


References

1. Rex Research.


June 15, 2004.





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