Jeffrey Cook on Inertial Propulsion

September 24, 2012| Inertial Propulsion|1 Minute|By AAG

Jeffrey Cook demonstrates a model inertial propulsion device that he’s developed and describes it’s method of propulsion, which is based on research into physics and magnetism undertaken by Cook over the last few years.

Cook has developed a lightweight electromagnetic “launcher” that pushes a small, plastic vehicle out a ramp at high-speed, and hopes to market it as a science-toy. Functionally, this inertial propulsion prototype utilizes Neodymium magnets in a strong plastic case that Cook has reinforced to ensure the magnets cannot be removed to ensure the safety of children using it.