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https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2kSjNtWAgGBbXFidGhJQUdqZ3M/edit?usp=docslist_apihere you have pdf
That is really amazing!!
here you have pdf
Grebennikov was obviously a genius. His paintings and drawings.. all the work. Unbelievable!
He reminds me little bit on V. Schauberger and W. Russell (there's a similar drawing in that book).
Looking at his machine, I am wondering, how could such a machine be stabilised?
It looks so unstable to me
Have you ever tried some experiments with cavities and magnetism?
The cavities as the honeycomb mozes the indicator too, the bell-form flowers move it easily too.
Have you read the chapter flight?
It was too late already and i was tired, so i was reading like 10 pages from the beginning and the i just quickly went (scrolled) through the rest.
Will read it later.
...lots of reading in front of me...
...and it's too late again.
So i am at page 199 and you say, that at the beginning of the Flight/Polet chapter he mentions artificial honeycombs? I didn't see it mentioned so far, but i did mark interesting paragraphs for you. Still reading...