I gladly report Laureti’s account about the experiments with their Little Cart, from Nasa Spaceflight forum.
I anticipate you that apparently the tests went well, indeed the prototype clearly showed the previously detected peculiarities of electromagnetic propulsion; in particular, thrust overlapping is confirmed, which leads to a non-linear inertia. This is an important result because all previous prototypes used an external power source and the above mentioned phenomenon could be ascribed to thermal deformations of the power cable that ran through the ballistic pendulum.
Moreover, the fact that the results obtained with onboard batteries outperform those obtained with external power source is, in my humble opinion, a very interesting and promising event because, of course, one doesn’t build a spaceship with a millions kilometers long power cord, so it’s better this result rather than the other way around.
With Little Cart ASPS is closer to its most ambitious goal: to achieve the take off of the prototype. Unfortunately the main obstacle – overheating – is still alive and well and the solution, easier said than done, is to lower the impedance and to increase the input power. At the moment however the overheating is so intense that also the cart plate overheats, together with all onboard electronics, in particular the mosfet. Therefore ASPS is thinking to add a thermostat which cut off the power after it reached a threshold temperature.
Laureti stated that the produced E.M wave should tend to disappear at about 10 wavelengths from the source, since PNN has always experimentally proven the inexistence of the E.M field of displacement current. Basically, he says, PNN looks like an antenna but it mustn’t work like one, otherwise it wouldn’t work.
Here’s the complete post:
Let me start these few info by paraphrasing another event
Compton: The Italian navigator has just landed in the new world.
Conant: Were the natives friendly?
Compton: Everyone landed safe and happy
Incidentally it happened on July 31st 2018
In practice, the push of the prototype pnn F432 (powered by a battery and operated by remote control) on a scale of arms with output through optical fiber is largely positive …
F432 cob cart is a mini spaceship.
Unfortunately, the results are so positive that they are incredible and so we ask the question mark to Landed? or:
New experimental setup proposed by the experimenters, preferably skeptical … (new experimental setups are ALWAYS at the discretion of the verifiers)
Moreover, the control is completely difficult as there are no tools to store all data quickly and simultaneously. Further info on the F432 cart at www.asps.it/ceo.htm
These are the experimental thrust data with the remote controlled and remote-controlled pnn prototype:
– Power supply between 250 and 300 watts
– Push in about 10 seconds increasing and with final value (at the stop of the amplifier) between 600 milligrams and 1000 milligrams ….
In practice it SEEMS about 4 or 5 times more than I saw before with the power supply NOT to batteries e
reconfirms as previously mentioned in this topic
where there is a movie of the same type
of the high non-linearity of the inertia law of the pnn system.
For years now I have been talking about this possible law of inertia and no one has ever commented on it even with minimal mathematical hypotheses.
Read what is written in: http://www.calmagorod.org/inerzia-della-pnn/
An event of inertia non-linearity must be seen on the spot and not discussed with words that would not solve anything and therefore as we say biblically: it is better to see with your eyes than to wander with desire.
That further experimental tests speak or do not speak about the violation of the action and reaction principle and the non-linearity of its inertia law …
and that it is the believers and / or the unbelievers to propose them.
Asps with its collaborators will offer public tests as soon as we are able to organize them in a suitable place and with better means.
I am attaching a photo of the small copper radiator mounted on the amplifier’s mosfet.
The other photos show the F432 + Cart system on one side and the counterweight which compresses (within the 60 ranges of the Kern scale) the scale plate through a plastic stick inserted in a small tube in the box (shoe) screen containing the scale kern. The prototype plus cart weighs about 2.5 kg.
The balance scale knife tilts on a titanium disc. Kern electronic scales are not designed to be immersed in a radiative pnn bath
Greetings to all
Let this fact sink in for a minute:
A homemade device, powered by lithium batteries, has produced a propellantless thrust comparable to that of ion engines at a fraction of their cost.
Congratulations to ASPS and its collaborators!
I’d be really curious to see what a mature PNN technology produced at industrial scale could achieve.
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