I was researching Telsa turbines and was intrigued by the bladeless design where gases drag on the discs by means of viscosity and the surface layer adherence. As the discs are rotated by the gas, the gas slows down and exits through the center of the disc. I was wondering if we had two shafts with multiple discs on it will small air gaps and rotated them in opposite directions if we could 'drag' the air down to induce lift as the device would interact with the outside air. We could counteract the side of the disc moving air upwards with a shroud. Imagine the left shaft is rotating counter-clockwise and the right shaft is rotating clockwise. The 'top view' shows two systems working together. My question is, at high rotation, would this type of device create lift?