South American Shamans Stone Softing Liquid.
10 parts Acitic acid
9 parts Citric acid
8 parts Oxalic acid
Just noting it here so I don't forget.
Check out stuff about Geopolimers to learn more about this.
Geopolimers, by the way, are how a lot of the Megalithic structures were made.
See also Egyptian "concrete"
I'm putting this here because why not.
Anyway, I'm assuming that anyone reading this has heard of the Magnus Effect and the few attempts made at using it for aircraft. If not, go look it up so you'll know what I'm talking about.
My idea is to try using the Magnus Effect in a way that gets around the biggest problem with how it has been tried before. That is, if you use a single large drum in place of the wing, when you lose power you fall. Because a drum doesn't let you glide.
My idea: a wing made of several rows of smaller drums. This should allow one to tap into the Magnus Effect for extra lift while still having enough of a wing that you would still be able to glide without power, at least well enough to land.
I can't be the only person to have thought of this, but I can't find anything about anyone having tried this.
If anyone reading this has heard of this being tried, let me know I'd love to see how it worked or didn't. After all we don't have these things flying around.
So, either I am the only one who has thought of this so far, or I just haven't found the info on where it was tried and what the problem was that keeps it from working; or maybe just keeps it from being practical.
Anyway, if anyone knows anything about this, let me know?
Well, I found one thing where the drum was replaced with just a flat piece. Just an RC model, so they weren't looking at safety features like locking the panels in place in case of power failure.
Might work, but still risky. Panels might not lock in at the right angle, and being a flat piece and not a true wing shape, probably wouldn't glide all that well. And still not close to what I have in mind.
While poking around on the gravity resistant thing I ran across a thing
Where this guy; Bushman; had done a test involving crazy strong rare earth magnets. Placed N to N and dropped off a building they were landing later than two equal sized pieces of the same stuff that weren't magnetized.
Claims that this is an anti-gravity effect
Sadly I can't buy it without better testing. Steel rebar in the wall of the building is most likely to be why the magnets fell slower.
Take the magnets up in a balloon and drop them over an empty field.
If you get the same results, then,
Then, we are on to something.
Until then, it's just a pipedream fueled by wishful thinking and sloppy science.
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