Inertial Propulsion in Russia

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Dr. Gennady Shipov unveiled a new inertial propulsion drive developed by Russian inventor Vladimir Tolchin, adding to a growing body of Inertial Propulsion & Torsion-Physics research revisiting the basics of mechanical off-center rotators. He joins us to talk about several of the leading contenders in Russian inertial-drive technology, including a device by Valery Menshikov scheduled for testing this year by the Russian Space Agency…

“In the Descartesian mechanics model, any movement is considered rotation – even linear motion, because it occurs in curved space. This is obviously the case in cosmology, where a planet’s linear motion in the curved space of the sun’s gravity-well forms a stable circular orbit. This principle provides us with the opportunity generate net propulsive force with innovative mechanical systems. The invention we demonstrated by Tolchin is such a system…

The propulsive force in the Tolchin device originates from inertial force, which in Descartesian mechanics are generated by Ricci torsion fields (four types of inertial forces are now known). It’s well known that inertial forces don’t obey Newton’s third law of motion — therefore these forces operate inside of an isolated mechanical system to move the center of mass. Even to this day, many scientists trained in the traditional laws of Newtonian mechanics have difficulty accepting this fact.

It’s well known that the bulk magnetic properties of various materials are substantially defined by spin of electrons. In turn, the spin of those electrons is connected with a mechanical rotation that generates a torsion field. Therefore, in magnetic materials where the electron spins are mostly aligned, the magnetic field emanating from the material always has accompanying it torsion field. This phenomenon is deeply rooted in the theory of torsion fields and can only be understood in view of this theory.

I think that the time has come for both the United States and Russia to set competition aside and focus on collaborative & cooperative endeavors to overcome the challenges that face all of us in the 21st century. Today’s social & scientific challenges have a global impact, and the solutions of tomorrow will benefit the whole of humanity as a result.” – Dr. Gennady Shipov

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