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Re: The Momentum Question - Cox

From: Stanton T. Friedman <fsphys.nul>
Date: Sun, 19 May 2013 10:20:09 -0300
Archived: Sun, 19 May 2013 13:18:53 -0400
Subject: Re: The Momentum Question - Cox


>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Wed, 15 May 2013 13:15:58 +0100
>Subject: Re: The Momentum Question - Cox

>>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
>>To: <post.nul>
>>Date: Wed, 15 May 2013 04:08:55 +0100
>>Subject: Re: The Momentum Question - Cox

>>>Source: Billy Cox's Blog De Void

>>>http://tinyurl.com/chysnth

>>>Friday, May 10, 2013

>>>The Momentum Question
>>>by Billy Cox

><snip>

>>>"That turned out to be a big bust. I've got a master's degree
>>>in engineering and I couldn't understand what Greer and (Dr.
>>>Tom) Valone were trying to say about how UFOs needed an
>>>inertial shield to make those 90-degree turns," Salas said. "It
>>>sounded like a lot of malarkey."

>><snip>

>>Say you're driving along at one hundred miles per hour on a
>>straight road, passing cross-roads every now and then.
>>You suddenly decide that your car is magic and can make a 90
>>degree turn right at the next crossroad.

>>Think about it: that means your car has to go from 100 mph to
>>ZERO mph/turn right and get to 100 mph - ALL IN ONE INSTANT.
>>Now think about your body: it will hit the windscreen/steering
>>column/fascia at 100 miles per hour and then hit the left-hand
>>side of the compartment (door and surrounds) _again_ at 100
>>miles per hour - _all_ in _one_ instant.

><snip>

>I was wrong there - You would hit the windscreen etc. at 100
>mph, but because the `Turn' has to be instantaneous you'd then
>hit the left-hand side of the compartment at an `infinite'
>speed, before sliding into the back of the car at 100 mph
>(because the car has to resume its initial speed in the new
>direction) - and all that in one instant.

>As said many times before: without inertial shielding any
>organic beings travelling in those UFOs would be raspberry jam
>spread on the walls after first turn. Now you can see why.


Frankly there is a lot more to it.

The amount of acceleration people can stand depends on three
factors duration, Magnitude, and direction with regard to the
person. A trained pilot, for example, can perform a tracking
task while being accelerated at 14 Gs for 2 minutes. That is
about 300mph/sec. Note astronauts are launched on their backs
because they can handle much more that way than foot to head.

People can stand 30Gs for 1 second. That is 0-600MPH in
one second.

It appearas one can stand much higher G-Loadings if the time is
less than the time for a sound wave to go through the system.
Saucers are almost invariably described as going very rapidly,
not slowing down (as cars must), then making a right angle turn
and immediately going again at very high speed. So one needs to
apply a big force in short time to stop the saucer and then
again a big force to move off instantly. Obviously jet engines
won't do the job. But electromagnetic forces can be huge and
started and stopped "instantly" in new directions.

Magnetoforming is a technique for briefly applying very high
forces for a short period of time to slam a piece of metal into
a die to change its shape "instantly.".

In about 1970 I had a literature search done of Government
technical reports using the keyword "Magnetoaerodynamics" I got
back 900 abstracts of which 90% were classified...


Stan Friedman
www.stantonfriedman.com



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