Adding gas for higher static thrust past the collimator


The electron beam is in continuous closed loop never colliding with anything. The energy
Transfer is between the electron linear accelerator to the electron beam where passing through the collimator by decelerating the beam expels radiant energy in the direction of linear travel. The electrons separate out in closed loop. The beam released passing through a concave glass lens striking a gas in the cone section. The beam is quite intense so then the gas temperature rise is instant to plasma temperatures. It’s a plasma motor. The beam intensity surpasses the sun surface luminous intensity. How do I know this? Collimator so already exist to create intense x Ray beams. Not science fiction.


Inertia and kinetic energy.

image1-9Particles are electro magnetic wave wads cooked inside black holes and spewed out its magnetic poles. Opposite charged particles in close proximity have no significant external magnetic field but something is there.

The Lenticular rocket jet (Eliminating the solid fuel boosters)


The lenticular rocket notes:

Additional advantage. If the jet intake is at the front, the curved perimeter becomes an air pre-cooling superior to standard designs permitting orbital velocity without solid stage boosting and Jettisoning any hardware. This is important for reducing the accumulation of space junk. Plus on the moon or Mars the interior can be modified for creating additional space for use off this planet as cargo carrier or for being roomy for the astronauts.


dec 5, 2016

The conventional rocket was an offshoot of the V-2 Backed by military interest. The lenticular rocket because of its low profile is a better re-entry and landing vehicle.


That the lenticular shape is aerodynamically unstable is pure bullcrap. Attach a rocket motor to any shape and the phenomena is called flying crowbar. Shape irrelevant. The thrust direction gives stability, pitch, yaw, turn. Some jet aircraft drop straight down if power is shut off. They haven’t been cancelled.