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(Some Guy)   Want to throw your money away on a weird propulsion technology that will likely never be realized?   ( divider line
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1064 clicks; posted to STEM » on 24 Nov 2020 at 5:06 AM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-11-23 10:48:08 PM  
Finally, a way to efficiently move a single human hair from one place to another, in microgravity!
2020-11-24 1:11:48 AM  
2020-11-24 1:55:20 AM  
Yeah, that's what they said about the bicycle.
2020-11-24 5:52:12 AM  
Which will be more likely to take off in the future - This ionic breeze BS, or gravity/anti-gravity propulsion... ?
2020-11-24 5:54:22 AM  
Come on subby.  Betteridge's Law of Headlines!
2020-11-24 6:10:20 AM  
...... The resulting flights were filmed using one of the finest potatoes available at the time...

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2020-11-24 6:15:27 AM  
" Even I couldn't sell that shiat."

Billy Mays heard laughing from the grave.
2020-11-24 7:13:16 AM  
Measurements showed the thrusters collectively generated five newtons for each kilowatt of power

Yeah. Not going to hold my breath for this one.
2020-11-24 8:34:34 AM  
It would work better with two propulsion units.  Twin ion engines, let's say.
2020-11-24 10:34:46 AM  
"Air Tantrum" technology

Politics tab is over there, pal.
2020-11-24 1:00:15 PM  
If this actually worked as said, what happens to anyone under this?
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