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    Using the Earths own magnetic-stream of electric current, a vehicle-around 2? wide and 8? long, would be able to achieve a height of no more than 14?. What confuses the math is that to achieve it, an ?almost? zero sum game has to be played between the vehicle and the earths geomagnetism a sort of solid angle and the plane angle of earth. Think of the vehicle like a pack a cigarettes with one put upside down in the pack; as the smoker smokes, there is always a reverse pole to keep the vehicle up in the air. This magnetic deviation depends entirely on altitude limitations of geomagnatism....the (G), or (nT) tolerances are so minute That once achieved, you could really fly around like Star Wars. A downward force of charged air particles by the vehicle-positive and negative charges from the downward force of the engine is the other player in this almost Zero sum game..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamngeorge View Post
    Using the Earths own magnetic-stream of electric current
    What is the Earth's "magnetic-stream of electric current"?

    What evidence do you have that it exists?

    What is the magnitude of this current?


    , a vehicle-around 2? wide and 8? long, would be able to achieve a height of no more than 14?.
    Please show the calculations to support this claim.

    What confuses the math is that to achieve it, an ?almost? zero sum game has to be played between the vehicle and the earths geomagnetism a sort of solid angle and the plane angle of earth. Think of the vehicle like a pack a cigarettes with one put upside down in the pack; as the smoker smokes, there is always a reverse pole to keep the vehicle up in the air. This magnetic deviation depends entirely on altitude limitations of geomagnatism....the (G), or (nT) tolerances are so minute That once achieved, you could really fly around like Star Wars. A downward force of charged air particles by the vehicle-positive and negative charges from the downward force of the engine is the other player in this almost Zero sum game..
    That doesn't seem to make much sense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamngeorge View Post
    Using the Earths own magnetic-stream of electric current, a vehicle-around 2? wide and 8? long, would be able to achieve a height of no more than 14?. What confuses the math is that to achieve it, an ?almost? zero sum game has to be played between the vehicle and the earths geomagnetism a sort of solid angle and the plane angle of earth. Think of the vehicle like a pack a cigarettes with one put upside down in the pack; as the smoker smokes, there is always a reverse pole to keep the vehicle up in the air. This magnetic deviation depends entirely on altitude limitations of geomagnatism....the (G), or (nT) tolerances are so minute That once achieved, you could really fly around like Star Wars. A downward force of charged air particles by the vehicle-positive and negative charges from the downward force of the engine is the other player in this almost Zero sum game..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamngeorge View Post
    Using the Earths own magnetic-stream of electric current, a vehicle-around 2? wide and 8? long, would be able to achieve a height of no more than 14?.
    Regardless of what that object weighs or what it's made of?
    What confuses the math
    Please show the maths.
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