G3.3. The hydraulic substance filling the space between the craft ("angel's hair")
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G3.3. The hydraulic substance filling the space between the craft ("angel's hair")

The hydraulic substance used to fill the space between the units in the spherical and double-ended flying complexes needs some special properties. It must have a fibrous structure, similar to egg white, together with the same kind of gelatinous consistency. It cannot be a conductor of electric current, as the field of Magnocraft would induce in powerful eddy currents. At the same time, it must be an ideal magnetic field conductor (suspector). It must not convert the magnetic field energy into any other type of energy (e.g. into heat).
It is hypothesized that these requirements are met by the class of materials known as the borosiloxane polymers, created by borosiloxane molecular strings. They can be made by a chemical reaction of the boron hydrides with the siloxanes. An example of such a reaction is the association of the boron hydride B2H6 with the methyl siloxane (CH3)2SiO, which is described by chemical engineering with the use of following notation:

nB2H6 + n(CH3)2SiO (-B-O-Si-O-)
                                  |   /\    /\

Please notice that in this notation, atoms of boron “B”, apart from two string bindings marked as “-B-”, have also the third binding marked on bottom with the symbol “|”. In turn atoms of oxygen “O”, apart from two string bindings marked as “-O-”, have also two additional bindings marked under them as “/\”.
Theoretically speaking, such a reaction would produce a huge amount of energy, much more than that currently obtained from rocket fuels (e.g. the association of hydrogen with oxygen). Thus, a reaction similar to this could possibly be used in the future for energy production, while the polymer received (like the waste exhaust gases emitted from motor vehicles) as a byproduct from this reaction could be recycled for filling the space between the Magnocraft. Unfortunately, because this reaction has a high activation energy, it is very difficult to carry out with our present level of technology. To accomplish it much more technical know-how is necessary (perhaps it could be accomplished by the so-called “telekinetic chemistry” described in subsections NB3 and H10).
It should be noted that the organic-like compound of boron with silicon, obtained in the effect of the reaction described above, is a gelatinous substance which has an absolutely neutral effect on the environment and people. Its serially connected borosiloxane strings can have a fibrous consistency. As a result of the water (which is present in the air) attacking the boron, these strings crack, creating volatile chemical compounds of the boraxine (BHO)3 type. Therefore, the hydraulic substance which is dropped from decoupling complexes onto the Earth does not pollute the natural environment, and also evaporates after a while.
Another name for this hydraulic substance is the term "angel's hair", as when it is dropped from a vehicle and lands on trees, on power-lines, or on fences, it covers these with strands of long, wet, glassy fibres, creating a visual impression similar to that of the well-known Christmas tree decoration of the same name.

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