[ RadSafe ] space propulsion and shielding

Nathan Sutherland sutherln at gmail.com
Sat Jan 3 11:51:40 CST 2015

Given our recent ability to latch onto comets, I believe it wont be
long before we are able to do some mining/processing of their
materials to construct hydrogenous shielding in situ, (enabling
spacecraft launches to remain as lightweight as possible)

Fingers crossed!

On Fri, Jan 2, 2015 at 3:19 PM,  <JPreisig at aol.com> wrote:
> Radsafe,
>      Hey All.  If one has an Electromagnetic  (spaceship) propulsion system
> which works by mercury or mercury ions (or another  material) spinning
> around in a sphere or torous (very quickly), one generates a  good-sized
> magnetic field which can interact with the Earth's magnetic field and  other Solar
> system magnetic fields.  Such a magnetic field will shield  such a
> spacecraft from charged particles, much like the Earth's magnetic  field works.
> Still have to shield against neutrons etc.  EM  propulsion systems (see youtube)
> are:  glocke, haunebu, thule tachyonator,  magnetic field disruptor, tr3b
> etc.
>     The bob lazar fellow (see his youtubes) discusses  gravitational
> propulsion using element-115 by proton-induced fission or some  matter/antimatter
> reaction.  He says he worked on such systems at Area51  (USA).  He describes
> the propulsion system and why radiation shielding is  largely not needed in
> such systems.
>     If a UFO/spaceship can get somewhere quickly (using  wormholes etc.),
> then one may not have to have much radiation shielding at  all.
>     Regards,    Joe Preisig
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