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  1. Asymetrical capacitors used for propulsion

    Main operating principle

    • The electric propulsion is based on aether pressure gradient. The differential gradient can be increased by means of gradiental properties of various dielectrical members of the capacitor.

    • Propulsion in this case results from asymmetrical electric interaction onto electric capacitors.

    • Fuel is not necessary here but onboard source of electric power is mandatory.

    • Direction and value of propulsion force can be controlled and adjusted.

    The propulsion effect discovered by T. T. Brown

    In 1921, Brown discovered what was later called the Biefeld-Brown effect. Several patents were applied for in the following years by TT. Brown dating back from 1934 to 1965.