Instrument that deflect the force of the air

VictorEspinoza

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NEW METHOD “ESPINOZA” FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW SPATIAL PROPELLANTS

BY
VICTOR ELIAS ESPINOZA GUEDEZ
18 JANUARY 2014
victor.espinoza.13@hotmail.com



SUMMARY

Using atmospheric pressure, we can move the force of the air. This allows to move the propellant to a one only side, since the air is not going to stop the propellant.



SCIENTIFIC VERIFICATION

We will use a cardboard tube, or, a thin plastic tube.
With scissors, they need to open a hole in the tube (see graph A3A).

With the mouth, you should blow the tube. But it must be capping into the other end of the tube to leave the air, through the hole made with scissors (see graph A3A).

In this way it is proven that the strength of the breeze will be diverted. Because the person will boost for back.

Note: Must stand firm as in the army, with closed legs.


FOR SALE: THE DISCOVERY
TO MANUFACTURE NEW SPATIAL PROPELLANTS


GRAPHICS (A3A)
 

Inferno

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VictorEspinoza said:
Inferno said:
Is he suggesting that if we blow into a tube that has a hole in it, we fall over backwards?

I suggest using this new technology, to create new spatial propellants.

Yes yes, I got that you're crazy. But what are you suggesting in your post? In the pictures? In the short text you wrote?
It sounds like you're even more crazy than I thought.
 

VictorEspinoza

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AN ELBOW RETAINS THE FORCE OF THE AIR.

THE ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE DOES NOT RETAINS THE FORCE OF THE AIR.

ALLOWING: AS IF THERE WERE NO AIR
 

Inferno

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Once again: Write it in Spanish, that way I can understand what you're saying. At the moment, some vital parts are garbled in translation.
 
The only thing I can understand is that there is an army guy smoking a long ass bong which looks like a harm hitting is face, and some how if you blow on it SPACE PROPELLANT!
 

Gnug215

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Perhaps we're going about this the wrong way.

Inferno is on to something further up when he asks Veggie to try writing it in his own language, because things are lost in translation.

But perhaps WE should try asking in his language?


So... is anyone here fluent in Idiotic?
 

ldmitruk

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Hi Victor,

We know you're trying really hard to show that you have made some new discoveries for a space propellent. And I think a number of us appreciate that English is not your first language and what you're trying to tell us gets lost in translation. That being said I think you should take the time to read the following article very carefully. I think it will help you understand why some us have a hard time taking your claims seriously.

Cheers!
 

VictorEspinoza

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DIAGRAM SHOWING THE AIR FLOWS


EXAMPLE OF A FIRST PROPELLANT (1)

1. The pressure deflects the air in movement and its force.

2. If we place a tube capping at one end, and you open hollow (see it black), using a small propeller according to the size of the tube, to produce less wind, the tube will not stop the propeller.

3. If the breeze is back, it is because the size of the tube and the black holes are very small.

[image]http://img.webme.com/pic/t/teoria-espinoza/propulsor-2-de-phn.jpg[/image]

[image]http://img.webme.com/pic/t/teoria-espinoza/dos-incredible.jpg[/image]



EXAMPLE OF A SECOND PROPELLANT (2)

[image]http://img.webme.com/pic/t/teoria-espinoza/figura-2-de-anti-freno.jpg[/image]

[image]http://img.webme.com/pic/t/teoria-espinoza/dos-figura-a.jpg[/image]

Very affectionately,
Victor Elias Espinoza Guedez
08 January 2014
 

Inferno

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Higs pressure? Do you mean "high" or "Higgs"? Either way, wtf? Are you high from having huffed on that bong too long?
 

Inferno

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VictorEspinoza said:
Inferno said:
Higs pressure? Do you mean "high" or "Higgs"? Either way, wtf? Are you high from having huffed on that bong too long?

Nothing, only air at normal pressure.

Nononono! You said "The Higs Pressure eliminates this force is what I try to tell and what I discovered". The "Higs" is obviously a grammar-mistake, but I'm not sure what you mean.

Whatever, that isn't really a discovery at all. You're just saying that the movement of air can be deflected, which is common knowledge. However, it the air pressure were high enough, the circled arrow would still be noticeable. What makes that arrow "cancel out" isn't the "high pressure" behind the barrier, it's the fact that you're holding it while blowing into the tube. Aka action/reaction, that sorta thing.
 

VictorEspinoza

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Nothing, only air at normal pressure.

Nononono! You said "The Higs Pressure eliminates this force is what I try to tell and what I discovered". The "Higs" is obviously a grammar-mistake, but I'm not sure what you mean.

Whatever, that isn't really a discovery at all. You're just saying that the movement of air can be deflected, which is common knowledge. However, it the air pressure were high enough, the circled arrow would still be noticeable. What makes that arrow "cancel out" isn't the "high pressure" behind the barrier, it's the fact that you're holding it while blowing into the tube. Aka action/reaction, that sorta thing.

is what i try to tell



 

Inferno

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Lo que sea, que no es realmente un descubrimiento en absoluto. Sólo estás diciendo que el movimiento del aire puede ser desviado, lo cual es de conocimiento común. Sin embargo, la presión del aire fuera lo suficientemente alto, la flecha circular seguiría siendo notable. Lo que hace que la flecha "anula" no es la "alta presión" detrás de la barrera, es el hecho de que usted lo está sosteniendo mientras que sopla en el tubo. Aka acción / reacción, que clase de cosas.

En pocas palabras: No es un descubrimiento, no un propulsor espacial.
 
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