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The Contribution of Geomagnetic Forces to the Lifting Force of Various Aircrafts: From Balloons and Airplanes to Flying Discs

The fact that Bernoulli's principle does not explain the lift of the aircraft is finally recognized. At the same time, it is recognized that the nature of the forces that create the lifting force of aircraft is still unknown, in any case – for the representatives of official science. Correspondingly, the unacceptability of this state of affairs arouses the desire and provides an opportunity to resume discussion on the nature of the forces that provide the ability to fly both aircraft and other flying objects, including unidentified. Therefore, the analysis of forces, both electromagnetic and mechanical, involved in the creation of the lifting force can be useful. So, it is shown here that the mechanical component of lifting force of various objects flying in the atmosphere proposed here may be relevant. Thus, due to the analysis conducted here, it is shown that the same forces are able to cause flights of such dissimilar objects as balloons, airplanes and various flying disks, including Searl’s mysterious disk. As a result, special attention is drawn here to the earth’s electromagnetism, whose participation in the creation of the lifting force of various aircraft is not even suspected. As an additional result, clear explanations of the effects of both Biefeld-Brown and Hutchinson effects can be offered. Be that as it may, the discussion offered here may be at least informative.

Levitation, Balloon, Airplane, Aircraft, Lifting Force, Flying Disk, Antigravity, Montgolfier, Frisbee, Schauberger, Biefeld-Brown Effect, Searl

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Yuri Pivovarenko. (2022). The Contribution of Geomagnetic Forces to the Lifting Force of Various Aircrafts: From Balloons and Airplanes to Flying Discs. American Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications, 10(1), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajea.20221001.11

ACS Style

Yuri Pivovarenko. The Contribution of Geomagnetic Forces to the Lifting Force of Various Aircrafts: From Balloons and Airplanes to Flying Discs. Am. J. Electromagn. Appl. 2022, 10(1), 1-8. doi: 10.11648/j.ajea.20221001.11

AMA Style

Yuri Pivovarenko. The Contribution of Geomagnetic Forces to the Lifting Force of Various Aircrafts: From Balloons and Airplanes to Flying Discs. Am J Electromagn Appl. 2022;10(1):1-8. doi: 10.11648/j.ajea.20221001.11

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