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Table A1 /monograph [1/5]/ - Table J1a /propulsion/

of the course of time
Direction of the perfection of the drives
brought about by the passage of time
6. Human drive programming of the behavior of counter-matter from the counter-world. 3. Program Omniplan Time control Remote time projection ? ?
2. Self-mobility Mass transfer Raise from afar ? ?
1. Movement program Programmed movement Remote control ? ?
5. Control of the interactions of the counter-matter serving us with the counter-matter 3. Energy Omniplan Time dosing Time shift ? ?
2. Self-mobility Mass teleportation Stroke radius ? ?
1. Movement of the counter-matter Omnidrives Sail: ca. 1390 Vidi's box: 1860 Ballon: 1863
4. Use of wind countermatter to drive perpetual motion components. 3. Inner energy Telekinetic cell 1989 Timemachine 2300 ? ?
2. Reverse inertia Johnson-Motor 1980 Telekinetic Magnocraft ? ?
1. p-mat pressure Bhaskara-Wheel 1150 Self-drive Osc.chamber 2040 ? ?
Properties of magnetic field circuits (i.e. counter-matter drives machine elements)
Inner energy ? Time catapult ? ?
2. Field inertia ? Telekinetic catapult ? ?
1. Force of the magnetic field Electric motor 1836 Magnocraft ca. 2036 pulsed motor Spaceship
Using circuits on other objects to drive them
inner energy Steam engine 1769 Jet 1939 Gasoline engine 1867 Rocket 1942
2. Inertia of the mass Air motor 1860 Hovercraft 1959 Atmospheric machine 1712 Propeller 1903
1. Compressive force Windmill 1191 Sail ca. 1390 Vidi-Box 1860 Ballon 1863
Forcible action of objects on other objects in order to propel them forward
Elasticity Inertia Drill Catapult spring Ball
2. Inertia of the mass Pottery wheel Battering ram Flywheel Slingshot
1. Impact /?/ Drive crank Raft rod Roll/spool/ /?/ Wheel
Principle and nature of interaction
Energy source Drive type Motors and couplings (general motion) Drives and couplings (absolute motion) Motors and 2 pairs (general motion) Drives and 2 pairs (absolute motion)
Within each generation, two pairs of twin devices, called motor and drive, are distinguished, which use the same properties of a particular working medium.

It should be noted that in cases where a particular device is built in many design variants, only the first or most representative version is included in the table (e.g. steam engine, steam turbine or gas turbine use the same properties of the working medium, thus belong to the same stage of development). Another "Cyclic Table" is shown as Table K1.

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