inertial propulsion with gyroscope part 8
Dr. Steven Jones asked me to redo the marble test.
So i took my living room table ‘s glass which is very thick heavy and flat. I levelled it perfectly and installed some 35 steel balls randomly all over the glass.
Then i took the “substrate” which is the back side plate of a computer which is very smooth. Than i weighed the substate and added the difference on the device, so both are the same weight.
And here the result.
The substrate move very little and never backwards and the device goes forward on the substrate, and his center of mass goes effectively forward until it touches the substrate border.
It seems that there is also a sideward force to the right of the translation movement.
So reactionless propulsion?? if yes thank’s very much M. Fiala.