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New Space Engines: Inertial Propulsion

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Published on Jul 19, 2016

http://www.inertialpropulsion.com - New spacecraft propulsion: Inertial propulsion engine uses centrifugal force thrust. This impossible engine defies physics. Twenty times more efficient than typical propulsion. Investment opportunity at thrust@frontiernet.net

The 5th of 9 unique engines created and built by Hampton, Inertial Engine E-6 (1995) measures 6"x6"x4.25". Designed to be a university physics lab demonstration model (but never marketed) it weighs 2.6 lb, uses a single power source, and has two - 2 oz. rotors. Riding on roller ball-bearing wheels it propels at 1.0” per second using only 13 watts avg.

Video Timeline:

Translation, no load - 0:011:11

Data Sheet - 1:121:22

Measured thrust = 6.2 oz. - 1:232:31

Dragging a 3 lb. load - 2:323:22

Pendulum Test - 3:234:32

Flotation Test - 4:335:34

Please visit:
http://www.inertialpropulsion.com
http://deanspacedrive.org/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJcbe...
https://youtu.be/Pw6Vkk0lXyw

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