Dear readers,

although the lack of recent updates on this blog, PNN is alive and well.
ASPS is preparing the comercialization of their propulsion system and a pre-agreement for the sale of PNN kits of F432 after patent filing has been in place since March 1, 2020.

Here’s an excerpt from

The commercial development of PNN (Non-Newtonian Propulsion) also includes the historiographic and communication activities carried out by ASPS since its foundation (1979), both with materials and equipment largely used first for mechanical PNN and then for electrodynamic PNN

The objective of PNN e-commerce is to support the development of research and experimentation on the current Non-Newtonian Propulsion which is only electrodynamic, because it’s the only working one.

PNN is extremely necessary now since missile astronautics has demonstrated from Apollo 11 onwards that it is not even capable of placing a permanent human outpost on the Moon (let alone Mars).

The essence of the possibility of placing permanent human outposts is in fact given by the essential ability of the means of transport to NOT LOSE REACTION MASS.
For physical limitations the missile is in fact obliged to carry with itself the mass to be expelled, otherwise it will not move.
A blatant example is Apollo 11, which returned to Earth from the lunar journey with not even 1% of the total initial mass of Saturn V.
From this we understand the total fragility of the new NASA-Musk lunar project called Artemis.
Human outposts on other worlds can only be implemented through reactionless drives or propellanless drives.

The site for the commercial PNN will be explicitly made for NOT being eye-pleasing… because it is based on its basic trait: the anti-form and the anti-appearance, in other words two assumptions that have always been repeated and that never the superficial contestants of the PNN understand and they will never understand.
It is not a praise to ugliness but to what PNN is made of:

But to understand this, one must not appreciate neither the shape nor the appearance, that is to move away from the deviant deception of “MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION” … which in practice is also understanding the essence of the two maxims of Lao-Tze:

What is beautiful is not true … what is true is not beautiful

Excessive application to visual impressions blinds the ability to see

The early prototypes that will be soon on sale are P26MR05 (432Mhz±5Mhz) class. They will be sold without accessories, which will must be purchased separately from the manufacturer, and those who have a well equipped electrodynamics lab are very advantaged because they already own them or can build them ad hoc.
The prototypes are made and sold especially for those who want to acquire practice and ability in the experimentation and experimental reproduction of the PNN and they are based on:

  • a totally innovative thrust measurement of the individual components of the prototype (lacking on the market the adequate / invented instrumentation for PNN)
  • a measurement of the thrust of the complex of the prototype components

ASPS reserved a 10% of patent share to investors. Those who are interested are invited to send an email to:

with their personal data.

The documentation for the assigned quota will be a contract along the lines of this government module (in Italian).

Here the full article on ASPS webpages

As soon as the F432 patent is filed this year (with high probability despite the plague of coronavirus) and therefore the know-how necessarily disclosed for self-defense (what is known cannot be re-patented since priority is lost), the price of the patent shares is likely to skyrocket.
Owners of the shares are given ample freedom to resell them at the price they deem most appropriate.

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