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*Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*

 
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*Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
Coanda patented Aerodina Lenticulara (french - Aerodyne Lenticulaire; english - Lenticular Aerodine ?) on February 15 1938, here's a pic:

[link to www.studiidecaz.ro]

Antigravity and Space Propulsion Patents

Propelling Device 2,108,652 Coanda, H.
2,157,281
Airplane Wing With Boundary Layer Control 2,939,650 Coanda, H.

Device For the Simultaneous Control of Lifting and Directional Elements. 2,939,654 Coanda, H.
Lifting Apparatus 3,261,162 Coanda, H.


[link to www.spots.ab.ca]
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
Thats the "conventional" 'UFO' type, same idea as the german engineer Thomas Epp..

But the 'real' ones are waaaay cooler..
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
Thats the "conventional" 'UFO' type, same idea as the german engineer Thomas Epp..

But the 'real' ones are waaaay cooler..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 187192


They had 70 years and big budgets to make them cooler. ;)
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
A 70 year cover up, I should be able to buy a damn saucer by now.
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Impressive findings.
If you post something true,no one will reply to it and the truth will be lost
If you post something sensational ,debunkers will come and make you lose credibility
If you post something in between,it will be short-lived(as all debunkers retire when they are defeated ,to return again if a similar thread is posted) but some people will learn something,if they are open-minded and smart
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
It is possible!

[link to www.laesieworks.com]

Press Release:
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An interesting quote from the text in 1964: ".. when we consider that the United States Air Force has spent seven and one-half million dollars on a circular lifting device of different concept and abandoned the project because of inability to perfect the device."
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
Coanda patented Aerodina Lenticulara (french - Aerodyne Lenticulaire; english - Lenticular Aerodine ?) on February 15 1938, here's a pic:

[link to www.studiidecaz.ro]

Antigravity and Space Propulsion Patents

Propelling Device 2,108,652 Coanda, H.
2,157,281
Airplane Wing With Boundary Layer Control 2,939,650 Coanda, H.

Device For the Simultaneous Control of Lifting and Directional Elements. 2,939,654 Coanda, H.
Lifting Apparatus 3,261,162 Coanda, H.


[link to www.spots.ab.ca]
 Quoting: 89446


Viktor Schauberger did it even before than Coanda, but was on the same principle.

Unfortunately Schauberger was forced to work for Hitler.
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
Coanda patented Aerodina Lenticulara (french - Aerodyne Lenticulaire; english - Lenticular Aerodine ?) on February 15 1938, here's a pic:

[link to www.studiidecaz.ro]

Antigravity and Space Propulsion Patents

Propelling Device 2,108,652 Coanda, H.
2,157,281
Airplane Wing With Boundary Layer Control 2,939,650 Coanda, H.

Device For the Simultaneous Control of Lifting and Directional Elements. 2,939,654 Coanda, H.
Lifting Apparatus 3,261,162 Coanda, H.


[link to www.spots.ab.ca]


Viktor Schauberger did it even before than Coanda, but was on the same principle.

Unfortunately Schauberger was forced to work for Hitler.
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


There is a great video on google titled something like "The living nature of water" in which many of Victors ideas were talked about. He was way ahead of his time and I believe a true genius.

You are correct though he was treated like Tesla before he died also. All of his tech was confiscated and he was imo murdered.

In 1958 an American consortium offers financial means for practical experiments with "Implosion Energy". Visit to Texas with his son Walter. Return to Austria after a heavy dispute. Viktor Schauberger was forced to sign an agreement, forbidding him any further research with Implosion. All documents, models and equipment are left behind in the USA. Five days after his return, Viktor Schauberger dies on September 25th :(
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
The truth is that Viktor Schauberger was a simple FORSTER! VTUL projects need a lot of knoledges in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, aerodynimcs, mechanics etc. From where should take Schauberger take all these knowledges? Actually what we really need is a serious and official enquiry about the role Schauberger have had in Mauthausen.
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Re: *Coanda patented flying saucer in 1938 - pic*
The truth is that Viktor Schauberger was a simple FORSTER! VTUL projects need a lot of knoledges in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, aerodynimcs, mechanics etc. From where should take Schauberger take all these knowledges? Actually what we really need is a serious and official enquiry about the role Schauberger have had in Mauthausen.
 Quoting: VLAD 857679


Maybe the whole Schauberger hypothesis is just a smokescreen. If you have been reading about this stuff then you know that smokescreens are not rare on this topic.

I think you meant to say that Schauberger was a Forester. I have the same doubts you have.

I think Coanda developed "something" useful for making flying saucers, but there are more pieces missing on this puzzle.

I don't think a flying saucer can be built using ONLY the "Coanda Effect" Principles.

Today, many things are made by TEAMS of Scientists, there are no longer lonely geniuses creating amazing things. Flying Saucers are still very impressive, that is why I think Flying Saucers are the fruit of the work of many men, not "Coanda alone", or "Schauberger alone", etc...

IMO

Greetings,

Avant-garde.