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Your Aerodynamics are all Screwed Up!

  1. Feb 13, 2004 #1
    Your Aerodynamics are all Screwed Up!

    Rule #1) Never should the small end of an object that is intended to travel through a viscous (sticky & elastic) environment e.g. air, water, electromagnetic-spectrum etc... precede the larger end, to do so places the moving object in opposition to natures cyclonic properties i.e. any object that has a smaller point in the front and a larger tail section in the rear is 180-degrees out of phase with the environment.

    Comprehend and Copy Nature!

    Anatomically speaking nature is female, and as such certain rules do apply.

    Note: When a bird lays an "egg" the large end always proceeds the smaller end, otherwise the vaginal orifice can not "squeeze" the egg and expel it from the birthing canal. Said squeezing translates into either constructive or destructive force depending on the direction of the geometrical structure i.e. the shape of the object traveling through the environment, large end preceding the smaller tapered end thereby allowing the air, water, electromagnetic properties inherent within the environment to squeeze the object from an anterior location e.g. from back to front and not the other way round, which would initialize an antagonistic force against force, nature ultimately being the larger force.

    Spoilers

    In general the use of a spoiler on a car was intended to squeeze a jet of air from in-between the under surface of the wing and that of the car body, whereby practice drag in the form of eddy/vortices is pushed further away downstream form the rear of the car so as not to be allowed to pull backwards and thus detract from the overall froward travel of the vehicle. It should be borne of mind thou that is a brut force upon brut force measure, and as such goes against complementary energy transference technology. Remember parasitic drag is induced via the forward motion of the vehicle through the air. Therefor geometrical shapes plays a major role on the selective placement of the "squeeze-energy" either beneficially or antagonistically depending upon the shape of the craft.

    This is where the "coke-bottle" shape of a supersonic platform and the area rule design come into play...

    Oh! You think I'm wrong?

    Then please explain to me how I managed to obtain 3-times my normal mileage driving in excess of 70-mph and how I managed to obtain between 100-and-590-mpg driving a sustained speed of 65-mph, applying the same principles cited above. http://quantumgravitics.tripod.com/
     
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  3. Feb 13, 2004 #2

    chroot

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    Birds don't have vaginas.

    - Warren
     
  4. Feb 13, 2004 #3

    russ_watters

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    Unless I'm misunderstanding you, what you're saying in the first part doesn't sound a whole lot different from what we already know: a teardrop shape is the most efficient subsonic shape. The second part about spoilers though is wrong: spoilers exist to "spoil" lift, not reduce drag.

    Your claims about that van getting 100mpg, however are absolutely absurd.
     
  5. Feb 13, 2004 #4

    chroot

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    Oh come on man.. check it out!

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    If that ain't the solution to the world's energy problems, I don't know what is!

    - Warren
     
  6. Feb 13, 2004 #5

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    You filled up the tank with cold fuel from an underground tank, drove 20 miles and refilled it. Then went 59 miles, refilled, and have outrageoud MPG claims.

    Ever just put your lawnmower's gas can in the sun after you've filled the mower and then to refill again? Ever had vapor lock after topping off you tank?

    Cliff
     
  7. Feb 13, 2004 #6

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    Re: Re: Your Aerodynamics are all Screwed Up!

    Come on now, Cliff. This site isn't about that science baloney.

    - Warren
     
  8. Feb 13, 2004 #7

    enigma

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    Oh wow...

    my first "move to TD" thread ever!

    I feel so special.

    *pushes button*
     
  9. Feb 14, 2004 #8

    krab

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    But look! I've found an error. He says
    0.1 tenths of a gallon is actually 0.01 gallon. So the actual fuel consumption rate is 5900 mpg! Wow. Now we're talking.
     
  10. Feb 17, 2004 #9
    Where can I buy one?
     
  11. May 13, 2004 #10
    2004 Extraordinary Technology Conference

    Hello! :biggrin:

    Everybody looks like Ill be attending the conference hosted by TeslaTech and the Institute of New Energy.

    Steven R. Elswick of Extraordinary Technology Magazine has invited me to attend their prestigious technology conference. I will discus Vortex Mechanics Free Energy and the RIW of course Ill bring the QEG-circuit too working or not.

    2004 Extraordinary Technology Conference :shy:

    --- Conference Session 6 --- Alternative Energy Technology 2:30pm: Robert A. Patterson

    http://www.teslatech.info/ttevents/2004conf/prgframe.htm Program Menu


    http://www.teslatech.info/ttevents/2004conf/program11.pdf PDF article

    Thank You

    Robert A. Patterson
    Engineering Specialist
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