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Series: Newton's Unfinished Theorem, The Inertial Drive


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About this Series

  • Lessons: 8
  • Total Time: 1h 10m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 02/16/2012
  • Last Updated At: 12/05/2012

This is the complete series of presentations on Inertial Propulsion Physics, from the beginning of modern physics to the method of how to arriving at a true self contained inertial propulsion drive. In particular, presenting the physics method of an unimpeded cyclic inertial mass motion frequency modulation. Further presenting the only successful Inertial Propulsion Pendulum Test. Non-harmonious motion, Non- harmonic motion, Unidirectional Force Drive, Anti Gravity, Propellantless inertial propulsion physics. Hertz mechanics, Lagrange dynamics, Hamiltonian dynamics, Gaus rotational dynamics, Conservation of momentum within Machines, Distribution of mechanical energy within machines, Physics of Recoilless mechanics, recoilless Trebuchet.

About this Author

Gottfried Gutsche
Gottfried Gutsche
8 lessons

The author, Gottfried J. Gutsche has an education in Control Engineering, Cybernetics and Electrical Engineering applying to the electrical control of motors for robots in factory automaton technologies. In particular, attended courses teaching machine inertial mass manipulation and control loop stability analysis. Subsequently worked 28 years in data progressing technologies, from the end era of electro-mechanical data processing technologies, the era of emerging discreet transistor computers with discreet wiring technologies, the era of emerging integrated circuit computers to the mature technologies of large-scale circuit integration for very large computer systems. From...

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