The Lifters Experiments
By Jean-Louis Naudin
created on October 10th, 2001 - JLN Labs - Last update October 19th, 2001
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On June 2001, Transdimensional Technologies has presented the Lifter1 and Lifter2 devices. These devices are able to lift their own weight and they are a "modern version" of the Townsend Brown Electrokinetic Apparatus. The Lifters are using the Biefeld-Brown Effect to generate the main thrust to self levitate. A Basic Lifter cell is composed of three Townsend Brown asymmetrical capacitors joined so as to form a triangle assembly. Today, I have build the Lifter v3.0, it uses nine asymmetrical T.T. Brown capacitors joined ( called cells ) so as to form a triangle assembly and It is 2.4 time heavier than the Lifter2 and 7 time heavier than the Lifter1. The Lifter V4.0 is a bigger version of the Lifter v3.0 and uses 36 asymmetrical T.T. Brown capacitors joined ( called cells ) so as to form a hexagonal assembly and it is 2 time heavier than the Lifter v3.0.

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Documents and references :

  • - The Transdimensional Technologies web site
    Some Lifter FAQ by Transdimensional Technologies
    Huntsville firm developing new propulsion technology ( Article on the Birmingham Business Journal - July 19, 2001 )
    Propulsion system lifts city company ( Article on the Huntsville Times - July 6, 2001 )
    Two dimensional, assymmetrical capacitors modules under high potential for generating thrust - NASA Center: MSFC (Marshall Space Flight Center)

  • Books :
    - "Electrogravitics Systems" ( Report on a new propulsion methodology) by Thomas Valone - ISBN 0-9641070-0-7
    - " Subquantum Kinetics " by Paul A. LaViolette - ISBN 0-9642025-0-6
    - " L'Effet Biefeld-Brown - Histoire secrète de l'antigravité - Vol 1 "by Alexandre Szames - ISBN 2-91377-01-7

  • Links :
    Electrokinetics brown by Paul E. Potter
    - The Thomas Townsend Brown dedicated web site
    The T-capacitor by Alexander V. Frolov
    Potential in Power Generation by Alexander V. Frolov
    - The EHD Flying Saucer v1.0 experiment by JL Naudin
    - Scientists Detect Clue to Material's Unusual Electrical Properties by the Brookhaven National Laboratory

  • T. Townsend Brown and A.H Bahnson patents :
    US Patent N°2949550 filed on Aug 16, 1960 "Elektrokinetic Apparatus" from Thomas Townsend Brown
    US Patent N°2958790 filed on Nov 1, 1960 "Electrical thrust producing device" from A.H. Bahnson JR
    US Patent N°3018394 filed on Jan 23, 1962 "Elektrokinetic Transducer" from Thomas Townsend Brown
    US Patent N°3227901 filed on Jan 4, 1966 "Electrical thrust producing device" from A.H. Bahnson JR

  • Electro-Aerodynamics patents :
    The Seversky's Ionocraft patent : US3130945 by Alexander De Seversky - April 28, 1964
    The Hagen's Flying apparatus patent :
    US3120363 by Hagen Glenn - Feb 4, 1964
    The Gradecak's Electric Aerospace propulsion system patent :
    US3120363 by Vjekoslav Gradecak - Apr 13, 1965
    The Okress' Quasi-corona Aerodynamic vehicle patent :
    US3464207 by Ernest Okress - Sep 2, 1969

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