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Is flight without moving parts possible?

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  2. Borderline(maybe yes, maybe no)

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  3. No(improbable)

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  1. Jan 28, 2013 #1
    As a tenth grader with electronics on the mind, ionocraft is probably one of the most interesting topics I have run across(besides the Casimir effect; that, I believe, is quantum physics). But, what I am truly interested in is whether or not it is possible, with the use of technologies such as microchannel plates or electron multipliers, to produce a viable ionocraft that could actually have a practicle use. Do you think this is possible? Give your opinion(of course, with some reasoning).
     
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  3. Jan 28, 2013 #2

    berkeman

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    Welcome to the PF.

    We generally do not allow polls in the technical forums here on the PF (as opposed to the General Discussion forum, where polls are generally allowed).

    I have closed this thread. Please re-post your question, but not in poll form. Also, you may want to post in the Mechanical Engineering/Aerospace forum instead, which would seem to be a better match for your question.
     
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