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The plane I have been working on is a radio controlled Electric Ducted Fan Vectoring Jet of my own design. Its design originates from the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and the F/A-22 Raptor. The fully working model will be 24" long a single EDF unit. The exhaust splits after it leaves the fan shroud, these separate streams of air can vectored through twin non-axisyemetric vectoring nozzles like from the F/A-22. The rest of the air frame will be that of the F-35. Its max speed will be approximately 180 mph, running on the power from the engines alone. When up to speed my advanced propulsion system will be activated and bring the plane up to speeds impossible by ANY other model plane today.

Don't believe me? Take a look at the LC-90 Design page below, and be sure to check out the LC-90 Progress Page!

I know you probably think I'm crazy. How could a 16 year old teen from Okanogan County Washington figure out something close to antigravity when America's top scientists couldn't. Well they did!

Way back in the 50's too. A man named Thomas Townsend Brown, working for General Electric, discovered that a capacitor when highly charged would tend to move in the direction of its positive pole. This was aptly named the Biefeld-Brown effect.

Below is the Space Vehicle Research Proposal by a colleague of T.T. Brown. Interesting drawings huh?

The B-2 Spirit is the likely the final outcome of T.T. Brown's research. If they made this back in the late 70's, imagine what they can do now.

Electrogravitic Space Vehicle Systems Page

Advanced Propulsion Links:

The Thomas Townsend Brown Site

Jean L. Naudin's Advanced Propulsion Home Page

EHD (ElectroHydroDynamics) T.T. Brown