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High-capacity unit
  • Target values:
  • Capacity 500 [kF]
  • Charging time: min. 14 [hod]
  • Weight: 100 [kg]
Non-reactive drive module
  • Actual parameters:
  • Thrust 2 [N]
  • Weight 5,2 [kg]
  • Specific impulse: N/A [N.s/kg]
Popularizationof our experiments and knowledge.

Videos and demonstration aids from some of our experiments.

- Video for report pointing out a theoretical error in electrodynamics: here.

- Video for the report under preparation, which also proves a theoretical error in electrodynamics from another viewpoint than the previous demonstration. Video is under preparation here.

Summary of findings for monograph

We are preparing a monograph named „Extra-terrestrial electrodynamics“

The monograph will include both practical and theoretical description of the basics of hitherto unknown physical principles, which have been successfully disguised by the mathematically well-elaborated Maxwell's theory over several centuries. The publication will be based on physical data with detailed descriptions of experiments including an explanation, where and why there were erroneous assumptions incorporated in the current view of electrodynamics.
About the publication



What is the practical meaning of our discovery of the physical mistake in Maxwell's equations? Currently we can demonstrate it on the failed launch of satellites for the Galileo navigation system:
If the satellites were equipped with drive units utilizing the newly discovered direct conversion of electrical power to a kinetic impulse (our linear single-impulse experimental prototypes of drive units achieve an efficiency of approx. 0.02% with an input power of approx. 30W), there would be an elegant way of saving the mission. We know that satellites dispose of a limited amount of fuel, which is not sufficient for correction of the path from elliptical to stationary circular shape. A drive unit utilizing this new physical phenomena would cope with this problem within several weeks or months as it converts electrical power into a kinetic impulse. There is no problem on the orbit that would prevent us from generating any amount of electrical power by conversion from solar energy.

We will try continuously, as far as possible, to attract the attention of the academic community in physics to the problem of the provable physical mistake in Maxwell's equations. We made an offer to a Czech academic physical institution during 2013, inviting them to a demonstration of a new physical phenomena; however, our offer was rejected at first encounter with a boundless faith in the theoretical status quo.

Maxwell's theoretical mission is obsolete as it is not, in certain boundary situations encountered in technological solutions, in line with reality. (Nevertheless, in our opinion, its update does not consist in relativistic corrections but rather in the elimination of a significant physical mistake.) Our next paper to be published will demonstrate the erroneous part of the theoretical platform (in the form of an experimental guide). We are going to publish several references to patent applications for inventions, which were granted the protection status and which should be in theoretical accordance with the invention purpose but are actually not functional. These patents, after being found to be non-functional, can only be used for industrial and commercial marketing. If the owner does not manufacture a real model, they may not even know that their patent has no industrial application. For example, we know a medium-sized subject, which was granted the status of national level patent (and awaits the pending European patent - maybe it has already been granted) for their implementation of an electrical machine but, in practice (probably after it was found to be industrially unusable), started to apply this principle to their solution of a drive unit, which is an element of a functional patent of another owner.
This makes the patent office sort of a protector of current scientific doctrines and its work is “de jure” only rather than “de facto” and “de jure” at the same time.