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7 странных изобретений которых вы больше не увидите

Our instagram Secret telegram channel Who killed the electric car - Electricity does not exist 10 machines that could turn the world Top 7 inventions The monstrous lie of science Gasoline costs 2 rubles 7 unique technologies Technology we've lost Why withdrew the air Gravity does not exist Inventions that have been stolen 10 inventions that could change the world The engine on the water under a ban More than once or twice we have told you about the inventions that could change the world, but for some reason it did not. Look for links to previous releases under the video, and today we will show you 7 inventions that you have not seen. Some of them will seem ridiculous, some too breakthrough for our time, let's be surprised. And we start with the Siberian anti-gravity engine. Ponderolet, or in other words anti-gravity "flyer" - the engine, theoretically capable of developing the speed of light, was built in 1996 in Russia. Sounds absolutely fantastic, and even unreal, is not it? If not for one thing – the identity of its inventor. Gennady F. Ignatyev, a physicist from Krasnoyarsk, the long time head of the design Bureau rocket and space directions (CDB "Geophysics"). Laureate, incidentally, Lenin and State prizes, consultant on issues space and academic. The author of many still" secret " inventions. In the late 90s Ignatiev founded a laboratory in his native Krasnoyarsk, which is engaged in an interesting and well – known phenomenon-the Umov-Poynting effect. In short, its essence is that the forces of antigravity arise from the interaction of magnetic and electric fields. In 1996, at a conference in St. Petersburg Ignatiev presented a report on the development of an experimental model of the new engine. At a size of about four meters, the installation created a lifting force capable of lifting six kilograms of cargo. And it at consumption of 10 kW of the electric power. The installation itself weighed about thirty pounds, so the model could not fly. But, with an estimated size of about forty meters and a lifting force of three hundred kilograms, the installation could fly. Gennady Fedorovich never made a secret of his research. In his laboratory on the walls were hung with charts, drawings and explanations of the operation of the mechanism. He also never hid the fact that he drew ideas from Nikola Tesla, even coils placed at the ends of the device is a Tesla coil. Like many inventors before him, Ignatiev "paid" for his research. He was fired from the Institute for non-scientific activities: the students, resulting in settlements on ponderosity, argued that the speed of light is not the limit. Since then, the scientist began to pursue failure-strangely dead daughter, suicide son, stroke, made him disabled, and then the second, who killed the inventor. __ Subscribe to kramola in social networks: VK OK Telegram Instagram The website # inventions #robots #technology