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Nov 13 2002, 9:45am EST | by


If a double field motive system can be perfected, wheeled vehicles will seem quaint. As long as an energy supply is sufficient, like maybe my injection reactor, the system may work.
First off, a motive field will be generated that will determine the speed and direction a vehicle travels. It would ionize a surface to repel against and displace the surface whether it be solid, liquid, or gasseous.
A second repulsive field would be generated to levitate the vehicle. That means a car could literally be driven to Europe. Off-road driving would mean exactly that.
In my book THE MADHOUSE PROJECTS I write about a car the main character takes to France in a tube car which travels through the transcontinental tube system from Arizona. When he is driving on the Autobaun with his wife sleeping in the passenger seat, he sees how fast the vehicle can travel. When the speedometer indicates 500 MPH, the aircraft controls pop out and the wheels retract so that the double field motive system can be activated to levitate the car. Field manipulation allows the car to fly like a UFO.

The work that is being done in Europe to produce levitation fields may eventually allow us to produce the double field motive system. If the field strength is sufficient, it may be possible to fly a car above traffic to reduce congestion. Computerized sensors would be required to make sure people didn't collide with other cars a ways above the roadway.
Travel could be faster, safer, and more direct since travelers won't need to use roads all the time. If I wanted to "drive" to Albany, I could glide down to the Riverfront Green and use the Hudson as my road. I would set the car on autodrive, turn on the CD player which will be at least a double disk player that uses a reference disk to decode the information on the primary disk, and let the car take me to the state capitol in less than an hour. I could even eat a meal or take a nap during the trip.
Double field motive units will replace wheels on aircraft so that the planes could takeoff and land in a shorter distance under virtually any conditions since traction won't be a factor. Field circulation could be reversed to brake the plane. Spaceplanes could fly from airports like the one at White Plains and land on the moon. I would use my injection reactor and an electromagnetic jet/rocket engine to power a plane from the ground out into space so that a trip to the moon may last less than 3 hours.

The wheel revolutionized travel. The double field motive system may produce another transportation revolution if it can be perfected.

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