Flying House Technology
The flyinghouse airframe is fundamentally conventional passenger
aircraft construction with some enhancements and modifications.
The airframe should be strong enough to contain full atmospheric
pressure (14.7 PSI), although if it would provide a significant
advantage it could be designed to operate at a pressure equivalent
to about 5000 feet altitude (@12 PSI).
The initial airframe design is a cylinder capped by spherical ends
such that the total length is 128 feet. The cylinder diameter is
48 feet. The interior is divided into four levels, a garage level
at the bottom and three living decks.
In appearance, the Flyinghouse would seem to the casual observer to
be nothing more than a passing blimp. This appearance is intentional
so as not to frighten Luddites, women, or children.
The Flyinghouse airframe is adequately stress engineered to withstand
vertical accelerations of up to six Gs, making it a craft suitable
for extended travel throughout the solar system.
The flyinghouse is lifted by two Taylor Drives. The Taylor drive
is a magnetic propulsion device that uses superconducting magnets.
In each Taylor drive, two cryogenic superconducting magnets oppose
one another and an immense magnetic pressure is built up electrically
between the two. The power to the lower of the two magnets is then
increased to the point where the current flow is suddenly quenched,
releasing a pulse of electromagnetic energy out of the throat of
the drive, resulting in tremendous thrust in the opposite direction.
The drive operates at a pulse frequency of about 1 Khz.
The Taylor Drive is described in detail in US Patent #5197279. You can access a series of PDF pages of the Taylor drive patent here:
Taylor Drive Patent #5197279
Electrical power to operate the Taylor drives, as well as for all
other uses in the Flyinghouse, is drawn from the inexhaustible
energy present everywhere in the universe. This energy has been
referred to by scientists, experimenters, and authors, by various
names, including "the ether", "quantum flux", "Zero Point
Energe (ZPE)", and "the active vacuum".
The basic concept of Zero Point Energy is that, filling all of space
everywhere, is a seething mass of energy. With appropriate technology,
this energy may be extracted and used in a very clean and safe manner.
You may wish to read a PDF paper written by Mr. Tom Bearden, a
leading researcher in this field.
"Extracting and Using Electromagnetic Energy
from the Active Vacuum"
This and many other papers and illustrations may be seen at
Mr. Bearden's outstanding website.
Mr. Tom Bearden's Website
You can also read about a practical implementation of a device to
extract energy from the vacuum. This device is called the Motionless
Electromagnetic Generator, and was invented by Mr. Bearden and his
colleagues. It has been replicated by the famous French experimenter,
Mr. Jean Louis Naudin. Click the illustration below to visit his website.
Flyinghouse is the technological vehicle/residence of the new millenium!
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