[ RadSafe ] More glocke, haunebu, tr3b

Joseph Preisig jrpnj01 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 21:48:24 CST 2015


      Glocke and haumebu flight systems are based on propulsion via
spherical mercury (or whatever) spheres (Marconi spheres???)

      To make a crude such system, put a hand (mechanical) crank on your
sphere of mercury and turn the sphere.

      For a TR3B type flight system, circulate mercury or whatever quickly
in a torus of beampipes (a rudimentary particle accelerator), possibly with
bending magnets and focusing magnets.  One doesn't need a well-focused beam
like in particle accelerators (see alternating gradient and strong
focusing/weak focusing), but a beam, plasma, or mercury fluid that stays in
the beampipe and circulates quickly.

      One might possibly spin a sphere electromagnetically (possibly due to
Tesla) using a helicopter-like rotor system without the rotor blades.  Just
attach the rotor system to the sphere and make it spin quickly.  One needs
to stabilize the system with side-supports to make it mechanically stable.
One can make a glocke- like sytem with one sphere above the other
(co-axial), with one sphere supported from the floor of the spacecraft, and
one sphere supported from the ceiling.  Shield for radiation appropriately,
or keep people out of the sphere(s) level and control the system from
another floor level.

     See Livingston and Blewett for accelerator information.

     One wonders how the WW2 Germans powered their first glocke and haunebu
flying saucers.  Were first models powered by gasoline engines that
generated electricity to spin the spheres?  Did the UFO that crashed in the
Black Forest in 1936 (and later one that crashed in Poland) yield a reactor
(fission), an actual working fusion system, or an Element 115 system that
the Germans copied and used again and again in their various Haunebu, Vril
or other spacecraft systems?  Both Von Braun and Oberg have admitted that
they had help building their flight systems, by back-engineering alien
flying saucers....

      The Haunbu and TR3B flight systems are not small in size, but rather
are several stories tall, with lengths like 25 to 30 meters.  The Haunebu's
carried  crews of 5 to 10 people or more, with  high velocities, and the
ability to stay in flight for well over 5 hours.  Must've been something to
see.  The aircraft hulls were double or triple hulls.

     Joe Preisig

PS  I should point out that the Earth and Sun have magnetic fields which
the Haunebu or TR3B would interact with, thus making propulsion possible.
The schematics of the Haunebu have structures marked "amplification" which
look to be Victor Schauburger's lift systems (3 at the base of the
spacecraft) which may work with the Electromagnetic propulsion system or as
a backup system.  If the EM drive fails, it would be good to have a backup
system.  If the EM levitation system fails, I expect the flying saucer
crashes would be pretty horrific.  Little gray aliens all over the place????

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