The Answer to the Propulsion of Flying Saucers

The Answer to the Propulsion of Flying Saucers : And Ways You Can Be Killed in Close Proximity

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This book contains a detailed description, as well as, fully described general arrangement, and 17 detailed computerized drawings of the propulsion system of a completely "reverse engineered" Flying Saucer. This book goes into great detail, with proven standard formulas in Physics, and general "easy to understand" mathematics to show how this propulsion system can propel a manned space craft, at thousands of miles per hour, from our earths' surface to our farthest planets in a very short time span. This propulsion system is so simple that a high school graduate will be able to understand it's principle. Included in this book is two (2) US Patents including detailed drawings of this "unbelievable" space craft engine, that its simple propulsion principle should have been discovered 200 years ago. This invention will make all other space craft engines obsolete, due to the tremendous power it can generate, and the simplicity in constructing more

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  • Paperback | 113 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 7.87mm | 263.08g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1478234768
  • 9781478234760
  • 2,318,253

About Richard Cary Phillips

The author, Richard Cary Phillips was born in Starkville, MS, on April 5, 1934. He graduated from Auburn University in 1957 with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Later he obtained his Professional Engineer's Licenses in the states of Georgia and Alabama. His interest in so-called "Flying Saucers" started in 1968, when a "Flying Saucer" flew down from the sky as he and his son were outside their home, and stopped directly over their heads at a distance of no more than 25 feet. After years of study and research, he "reverse engineered" the so-called "Flying Saucer" and received two (2) patents from the US Patent office depicting the three (3) separate propulsion systems of the so-called "Flying Saucer.'' These patents are located in this book and are as follows: "Ion Impulse Engine" - Patent No. US 7,634,903 B2, and "Ion Repulsion Turbine" No. US 5,005,361, which will produce energy when the propulsion principle of the so-called "Flying Saucer" is utilized to generate high velocity ions to strike turbine blades connected to a common more