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  1. Although I have a certain interest in science, and have even done my own research, my job is an artist. I decided that art is a great way for me to convey an idea and give something to think about. This is my oil and acrylic paintings Antigravity girl Space conquerors Spaceship Earth Rocket people Rocket fish Elon Musk spaceman city Flying saucer principle Dark city Darkest night Robots bar UFO cont
  2. There is some new circumstantial evidence and logical justifications, but the main thing is a detailed description of the experiments with which you can establish the fact of this phenomenon. Among these are the simplest experiments that anyone can repeat. This article is being considered for publication in a scientific journal and received a positive review from a respected scientist. It is at the bottom of the page http://sci-article.ru/stat.php?i=1601957819 The reviewer's page contains links to information about him. Thus, the fact is substantiated indirectly if there is an above average
  3. Theoretical explanation: chaotic Brownian motion becomes directional in a vortex. Such an experiment is easy to repeat at home. It is necessary to lower the palm into the water and make a quick movement in one direction and slow in the other. During the reverse movement, the resistance of the water will be greater due to the energy released from the water. Using this video as an example http:// https://youtu.be/6uP2JjZLNro?list=PLrm6nkD3lMdHSAobaACNeqzMncPxXzddI (time 1.13) during the raising of the dish, a turbulent vortex is formed under it, and during the stopping of the dish, the vor
  4. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF FLAPPING FLIGHT, NOT EXPLORED PHENOMENON IN AERODYNAMICS AND THE QUESTION OF FLYING SAUCER EFFICIENCY http://sci-article.ru/stat.php?i=1601957819 Kandyba Pavel Yurievich Annotation: As a result of experiments with the motion of asymmetrically oscillating bodies in a viscous medium, it was found that the generally accepted idea of such a principle of motion is not correct. A description of the experiments and the observed effect is given, as well as its interpretation.
  5. The theory of motion of a flying saucer. https://www.scienceforums.net/topic/117177-flying-saucer-picture-project-of-a-spacecraft/ This theory explains the appearance of an impulse driving a flying saucer. We first consider a model in which air is object A and a saucer object B. https://www.scienceforums.net/topic/117177-flying-saucer-picture-project-of-a-spacecraft/?do=findComment&comment=1085276
  6. The impulse gave almost no rebounding because the air is soft. Try to hit the air with an umbrella. I do not think that you can push off. This is only possible while you are pushing.
  7. OK. The impulse is evenly distributed between the atoms of the system. They came in a chaotic motion and got warm. Movement B was the result of a certain sequence of impulse transmission.
  8. You can tell how it violates the law of conservation of energy. And which statements do you consider questionable?
  9. The fact that A and B are pushing in opposite directions has left a small part of the energy. This movement can be neglected. The air and saucer remained practically where they were. The bulk of the energy turned into waves, which continued to move in their respective directions. Waves transfer energy but do not transfer mass. This means that the energy is still preserved in A and B. And as before A and B can transfer it to each other. But B are in the low pressure area that follows the wave. The PB wave will quickly dissipate inside B and no transmitted by A at this time. Because
  10. I disagree. P turned completely into heat. But the PB impulse made it much earlier than the PA. This difference became the movement of B.
  11. The process that occurs when the saucer pushes the air can have a different description. It depends on the speed of the impulse. But its essence remains the same. Let the movement be quick. So it will be easier to describe it using other sources. A saucer B transmits a pulse A to air A and receives air resistance P. A part of the energy P causes the saucer to be pushed back. But the main part of the PA leads to air compression. Knowing the properties of air, we can assume that the impulse of the PA will lead to the formation of a wave ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave ) that will propag
  12. I agree. I drew attention to this fact, because it indicates that object B was already set in motion without violating the law of conservation of energy. As far as I understand, that was exactly what had to be proved.
  13. When object A and object B receive an impulse P in opposite directions, a reactive motion will occur, because they are repelled from each other. If the impulse P of object A is transmitted to object B, the movement will stop. In this case, the AB system always remains at rest relative to the initial position. But position B regarding A has changed. This is enough, because object B may already be in another galaxy, while remaining part of the AB system.
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