B6. Three successive generations of magnetic propulsion systems
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© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

B6. Three successive generations of magnetic propulsion systems

Subsection B2.1 has shown that for each general type of working medium as many as three successive generations of propulsion systems will eventually be completed. The electric motor, Magnocraft, pulsatory motor, and star-shaped space ship, all represent only the first and the most primitive generation of the propulsion systems based on the circulation of magnetic field force lines - refer to Table B1. The only magnetic field attribute employed by this generation is the force of magnetic repulsion or attraction. But the Periodic Principle shows that after completion of this first generation, the second and third generations of the magnetic propulsion systems must appear. Each one of these generations will allow the completion of as many as four separate propelling devices belonging to two motor-propulsor pairs, as illustrated in Table B1. The operation of all these advanced devices will utilize not only magnetic attraction and repulsion forces, but also such sophisticated magnetic phenomena as technically induced telekinetic motion (which is triggered by the magnetic equivalent of mechanical inertia - see explanation in chapter L) and the alteration of time (time is a magnetic equivalent, or a mirror reflection, of internal energy of material systems - see chapter H, subsection H9.1). To put the above into terminology used in this monograph: the second and third generations of magnetic propulsion systems will be capable of operating in, respectively, telekinetic (telekinetic) and time travel conventions.
Two chapters that follow are to explain the theory behind the phenomena employed in the operation of all these advanced magnetic propulsion systems, starting from the explanations for the so-called "Telekinetic Effect" utilized in the operation of the Magnocraft of the second generation.

Table B1

Table B1.
The Periodic Table completed for the propulsion systems. This Table was constructed by listing along its vertical axis the phenomena utilized in the operation of successive generations of propelling devices, and by the listing along the horizontal axis all possible types of propelling devices that utilize these phenomena. The symmetry and repetitiveness in the internal structure of this Table give it enormous potential for prediction, as it allows for the transfer (extrapolation) of vital attributes between various devices. Its empty spaces indicate the devices still waiting to be invented. By analysis of the location of these empty spaces (i.e. their row and column) it is possible to determine the future operation and characteristics of devices yet undiscovered. The invention and development of the Magnocraft was the direct result of the completion of this Table.

A remark regarding Vidi's box: the "Atmospheric Clock" utilizing for propelling purposes a version of the Vidi's box is exhibited in Clapham's Clock Museum, Whangarei, New Zealand. The French makers of this clock claimed it was "as close to perpetual motion as you'll ever get".

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