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Floating Frogs and UFOs

From: Rick Goldsmith <rgoldsm@synapse.net>
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 23:05:02 -0400
Fwd Date: Fri, 19 Jun 1998 01:53:07 -0400
Subject: Floating Frogs and UFOs

List Members;

As I was browsing pictures of the floating frog in the
superconductor, I couldn't help but wonder if this technology
now in it's infancy, could be used as a sort of inertia control
for an airborne vehicle. Think about it; The frog seems to
gravitate to the center of the tube if I am percieving it
correctly. You make a larger, wider ring of this type and run it
horizontally about the inside of your disc shape craft. When you
go into one of your high G right angle turns, you boost the
power to the ring accordingly and perhaps try to be sitting
close to the centre of the craft.

I don't doubt that the power required to do this would be great.
Coolant such as liquid helium would also be a consideration
until high temp. superconductors are possible.

If it worked you could move the ring out to incorporate the hull
of the craft and it might hold it together too. Can we turn the
sucker inside out and use it for a shield? Jeez, I'm halfway to
a flying saucer already!

I could be completely overlooking some blatantly obvious (or
not) physical law here but it seems to me that if your
acceleration is pushing you back in your seat and the ring is
pushing you toward the center with the same amount of force,
they should cancel each other out. Please feel free to enlighten
me if I'm out to lunch on this. I am assuming that the floating
frog effect works on all the stuff in the frog and is not just a
surface effect of some kind.

Looking forward to your comments. Now, about those black
triangles... :)

Rick. Goldsmith

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