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The San Francisco Tesla Society
presents a free presentation featuring
"Practical Inertial Propulsion Devices"
Sunday, November 9, 2008 1 - 5 p.m. atSan Francisco Public Library
Park Branch - Lower Right Entrance
1833 Page Street @ Cole
San Francisco, CA 94117
Harvey will present four processes for inertial propulsion, and may attempt a practical demonstration of some of them.
Two of these processes convert rotary motion from a spinning rotor into linear motion (successfully tested). Due to the law of conservation of angular momentum, this is normally not thought to be possible, but it becomes feasible with the proper use of precession and an external field such as gravity.
Mr. Fiala is a dedicated scientist joining us from southern California with decades of experience in the aerospace industry and several innovative patents to his credit.