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Copyright Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

Magnocraft: a new concept for a magnetically propelled starship

Part #C: Why are today's scientists so hostile to the Magnocraft:

#C1: Principles of Magnocraft's operation:

/Translation with DeepL from Polish original, as this has received a newer update in the meantime./

The principle of the Magnocraft uses a whole series of topics concerning the magnetic field of the vehicle. Some of these are extremely important or deal with sensitive issues. Examples of the most sensitive of these include:

#1. The so-called "effective length" of the Magnocraft's propulsors, when confronted with the so-called "uniform character" of the Earth's magnetic field.

#2. Non-attraction of ferro-magnetic pre-niotes by flying Magnocraft.

All such major problems related to the Magnocraft's propulsion system are already solved and published in volume 3 of monograph [1/5]. Unfortunately, many people usually voice their objections first, before they have had a chance to even glance at the extensive theory behind the vehicle. Therefore, the solution, for example, to the issue of the "effective length" of the Magnocraft's propulsors is usually overlooked by the majority of people making critical comments about the so-called "uniformity" of the Earth's magnetic field. The same happens with people who have reservations about the Magnocraft's field's failure to attract ferro-magnetic foregrounds. Hence, if people who make such objections would first read the full content of my deductions before they start shouting their views in public, much unnecessary emotion and unproductive criticism could be avoided.

For this reason, some of the problems concerning the magnetic field of the Magnocraft must be addressed and on this web page, in order to provide the reader with a complete understanding of the scientific foundations at the base of this vehicle. Such understanding will also enable the reader to defend the concept of this vehicle when it is unjustifiably attacked by various "skeptics" who have not even bothered to read the details of the "Theory of the Magnocraft", but who are quite enthusiastic in attacking it. Unfortunately, the basic issues concerning the magnetic field of this vehicle are quite difficult to assimilate, and also their full understanding seems to require a solid foundation in knowledge of science and technology. Hence, some readers may find the next items #C2 and #C3 rather difficult. Thus, in order to minimize the loss for those who choose to skip over the material on the Magnocraft's magnetic field, I have formatted items #C2 and #C3 and the rest of this page in such a way that skipping reading them should not diminish understanding of the rest of the material. However, for those readers who are able to read items #C2 and #C3 below, I strongly recommend that they chew through the material presented therein with understanding. After all, the Magnocraft opens up hope for a better future for the human race, so as such it is worth learning about in full.

#C2. How "effective" beats "uniform":

The magnetic size of any magnet is defined by its so-called "effective length," i.e. the length of the bubble of space in which the magnetic field from a given magnet prevails. Hence, for a magnetic thruster to repel the Earth's magnetic field, its "effective length" must be comparable to the diameter of our planet. The effective length of a magnetic propulsor depends on the value of the magnetic flux the propulsor produces. (To illustrate this relationship vividly, the magnetic flux can be compared to a gas pumped into the shell of a rubber balloon, i.e. the more of this gas that is pumped in there, the greater the volume of space the shell will occupy, and thus also the greater its "effective length.") If the magnetic flux produced by a given propulsor exceeds the value of the so-called "starting flux", then its magnetic size will begin to be comparable to the dimensions of the Earth. Thus, it will then easily overcome the so-called "homogeneous" nature of the Earth's field and generate a significant net magnetic force. For more details on the "effective length" of the Magnocraft's propulsors, see subsection G5.3. from volume 3 of [1/5]

Each propulsor of the Magnocraft produces a magnetic field of enormous "effective length." I once performed the appropriate calculations (published in subsection G5.3 of monograph [1/5]) and determined that, for example, the magnetic field of a propulsor with a physical length of 1 meter, will assume an effective length which, in even the most unfavorable conditions, will exceed a distance of 1000 kilometers. Practically, this means that a one-meter-long propulsor of the Magnocraft, in its operation, will behave like a hypothetical magnet with a huge length of about 1,000 kilometers. Thus, the field from this propulsor will overcome the "uniformity" of Earth's magnetic field and produce a net magnetic force that counts. This force, in turn, will propel the Magnocraft in the direction defined by its control computer.

#C3. Non-attracting of ferromagnetic objects: The pulsating magnetic field generated by Oscillatory Chambers from the propulsors of this spacecraft is characterized by an unusual feature. Namely, under normal conditions the magnetic field of the Magnocraft does NOT attract ferro-magnetic objects. Thus, in spite of using magnetic propulsion, the field of this vehicle behaves more like a hypothetical "antigravity field" than like a magnetic field. The principle causing such unusual behavior of the Magnocraft's field is explained in detail in subsection F7.3. of monograph [1/5], and also summarized briefly in item #E2. on the web page about oscillatory chamber. It may be worth taking a look at the explanations there.

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