I cannot go into detail on how the device works.
QuoteI cannot go into detail on how the device works. And the remainder of your post is drowned out by alarm bells going off.
...The machine is started it begins to move slowly you can follow its movement from the laser pointer. It makes almost 3 complete revolutions accelerating the entire time until the tension in the fishing line becomes so great it can no longer move. Now of course you'll say it's gyroscopic rotation that would be true except I can turn the thrust the other direction with the mass still rotating the same direction that it was before and go the opposite direction another three revolutions until finally the tension in the fishing line becomes so great it causes of the device to stop and just sit there until turned off. And then it slowly unwinds back to the zero position.And if the thrust is pointed straight up it doesn't rotate at all. And if the thrust is pointed straight down it doesn't rotate at all. Even if I double the rpm speed. So I ruled out gyroscopic progression.I also ruled out gyroscopic progression because the mass that actually spins is plastic and weighs less than 2 pounds and is only 6 inches in diameter and rotating at at 150 RPM hardly enough to produce gyroscopic progression.
It's not gyroscopic procession because I can turn the thrust straight up and it does not rotate. I can point the thrust down and it does not rotate.
Not knowing what a damped oscillator is when you are using one is a good reason not to believe any of your claims. You clearly don't know what your expected result even looks like.
It sounds similar to the use of reaction wheels for controlling the attitude of a spacecraft. These allow you to change your orientation to point in any direction, without expelling propellant. Is this a good analogy, or am I way off base?
Reaction wheels can only rotate a spacecraft around its center of mass. We change our center of mass with each revolution of the rotor. Totaly different.Harry
Newton said that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. I've discovered how to only cause one action and dampen the reaction by holding the magnet on the rotor in equilibrium between centrifugal force and the opposing magnetic field. As the rotor magnet travels in this equilibrium state it is causing no effect to the overall device it's as if it doesn't exist. Until it reaches the gap where there is no magnetic field centrifugal force violently throws it out but it can only travel so far until the back end of the rotor arm stops it imparting all that potential energy into thrust. So we basically have electricity turned directly into thrust with no propellant.Sincerely,Harry Sprain
I'm not talking about the center of balance for the whole torsion device I'm talking about the device itself sitting alone in space with another one rotating next to it to stop the counter rotating force. When that device is turned on it will begin to move through space. Not just rotate around its center of mass.It will move through space. It will move on its own using no propellant or pushing off of anything. And I admit I have no idea what's going on I don't know why a opposing magnetic field can dampen potential energy but it does. Look at the new dampening system on the Audi TT.And I never proclaim to be a physicist a Dr. are anything like that I'm just a simple inventor that asks a lot of questions. And everything youre talking about Prof. Mitchell Walker at the Daniel Guggenheim aerospace school has already discussed.I didn't come here to fight for its validity I simply came here for name branding to make sure we're the first using this new technology.If you have further questions about the operation of the device you can please contact Prof. Mitchell Walker and discuss it with him. Or just wait until he publishes his paper.Sincerely,Harry Sprain