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    Ram Implosion Wing
    Posted on Sunday, June 27, 2004 @ 11:00:36 EDT by vlad

    General Overtone writes: This is the Wing Patterson has developed. A patent is pending. See his website for a photo, etc. http://quantumgravitics.tripod.com/

    The claims are very, very, hard to believe. But, if they can be confirmed in independent tests by a recognized laboratory, this invention could be of great importance.

    "Wingspan 6'6" cord 3'6" 100-lbs. underwent testing mounted to the back of a V-8 Van GVW 5750-lbs. mileage was calculated based on a single gallon of gas in back to back test runs, pilot 195-lbs. Resulted in an increases of mileage 2-3-times beyond normal expectancies, however in an independent test run Aug. 13-th 2003 a Dodge Caravan with a V-6 motor weighing in at GVW 2726 lb.. The driver weighs in at 295 lb. and the copilot 195 lb..

    After topping off the tank we drove out 10.1 miles and back the same 10.1 miles for a total of 20.2 miles round trip, at 65-mph with the ac unit on. When we arrived back at the fueling station we were amazed to find that we could only squeeze 0.2 tenths of a gallon back into the tank, we even picked the hose up and tried to pour the extra gas from the line into the tank but it all ran back out onto the ground.

    20.2 miles @ 0.2 tenths of a gallon = 101-mpg!

    A second trip consisted of a 59 mile round trip but this time we were only able to squeeze 0.1 tenths of a gallon back into the tank.

    59 miles @ 0.1 tenths of a gallon = 590-mpg!

    Note: To date no attempts have been made toward reproducing this particular experiment, thus it remains a singular event. ...In order to maintain such high mileage's the RIW will require computer automation to adjust pitch angle and height of the wing on the fly."

    He calls the van with the RIW mounted on the rear of the roof a "Vacuum Cohesion Vehicle".



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    Ram Implosion Wing (Score: 1)
    by bodebliss on Monday, June 28, 2004 @ 18:04:43 EDT
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    Here's an article about another wing enhancement.

    FireFly MK2

    Pulsed-Ignition should get a kick out of this.

    Chris are you there?


    Re: Ram Implosion Wing (Score: 1)
    by deatopmg on Tuesday, June 29, 2004 @ 08:43:31 EDT
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    this silliness! what was the temperature of the fuel at the start? at the finish of the test.

    Fuel coming out of the ground is cold,
    c'mon people THINK - not wishful think

    Re: Ram Implosion Wing (Score: 1)
    by xela26 on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 @ 05:37:01 EST
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    this is unbelievable. its better if there is a link here where I can view some photo just for curiosity. 

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