A real hoverboard (patents filed, need help building)

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  1. mackmack Registered Senior Member

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    This is an anti-gravity technology, a hoverboard, that can work on any surface, like water or grass. This technology can be used on any vehicle like cars, planes, train, boat, elevators or rockets.



    This hoverboard technology was filed by Mitchell Kwok back in 2007. The patent office examined the patent and determined the invention is new, novel, and non-obvious. This means the patent office couldn't find any prior art in terms of scientific literature or patent applications.

    Here is the data structure of my hoverboard. the computer, which comprises thousands of super intelligent robots is the central intelligence of the machine. the atom manipulator is a laser system that manipulates atoms or molecules from a distance. and the perfect timeline is a database that tracks all atoms or molecules around the hoverboard.

    Once the computer has id/tracked surrounding atoms and understand their physics, it will use data from the timeline and control the atom manipulator to manipulate air particles around the hoverboard. It's primary function is to create intelligent pressure to levitate and move the hoverboard. Intelligent pressure means controlling each atom collision and chain reactions from a distance.


    FIG. 3 is a simple diagram of how my hoverboard levitates. All air particles are controlled and they create artificial and intelligent pressure to lift the hoverboard. If this technology is applied to a rocket, the rocket will lift up without making any noise. There are no loud sounds or thick smoke coming from the rocket. The reason is because every iota of energy is used to push the rocket upward.

    In addition, this new type of propulsion system will allow humanity to build rockets that are powerful enough to explore the far reaches of the galaxy. It might be possible to build rockets that travel at or close to the speed of light without damaging the passengers onboard. Remember, this propulsion system controls every iota of energy coming from the rocket. the computer does all the hard work to produce intelligent pressure.

    here is another video describing the details of this hoverboard:


    here is the patent filed on 2008 (copyright 2007):
    patent no. US 12/471,382

    here is the crowdfunding page:
    http://igg.me/at/real-hoverboard
     
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  3. spidergoat Speak of the Devil Valued Senior Member

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    I'm going to steal your idea and sell anti-gravity hoverboards to foreign countries.
     
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  5. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    Your probably to late

    I give it 10 days before they start rolling off Chinese production lines

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  7. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    Liked the video (only watched the hoverboard part - might watch the rest later)

    Sounds technical but not to much

    Has a lofty vision of the use of the technology which I think is a bit overdone

    Having sucked up a bit here are my concerns

    Mention is made of 100% conversation of energy being used for the lift

    I would like to see the mathematical breakdown of the energy in versus energy out

    ie
    computers use 50%
    controls use 50℅
    =
    thrust 100%

    Next biggie problem

    Frequently mention is made of air particles being manipulated to provide the lift

    This would appear to exclude the system being used in space for building rockets that are powerful enough to
    explore the far reaches of the galaxy
    or
    close to the speed of light without damaging the passengers onboard
    ( by the by it would not be speed which would damage passengers but how fast it took to get to such speed - acceleration)

    When I have time will check out the practical time machine part of the video

    Aside issue

    create artificial and intelligent pressure

    as apposed to dumb?

    practical time machine

    as apposed to impractical time machine?

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  8. Walter L. Wagner Cosmic Truth Seeker Valued Senior Member

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    that's one heck of a lot of atom manipulation by laser. why not just use mind control? oh, yeah, that's not known yet either.
     
  9. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Newton disagrees. I will go with Newton.
     
  10. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    20 litres of air contains around 6 x 10²³ molecules. If your hoverboard is approx 0.5m x 0.2m and you need to control individually the molecules beneath the board to a depth of say 1m below it, that will be a volume of 0.1m³, i.e. 100 litres. So your computer and laser would have to track and "control", individually, 3,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 molecules. Easy?

    How they would achieve this "control" is unclear. But however it is done it must involve giving them downward momentum sufficient to provide enough upward reactive impulse to counteract the weight of the board and whatever is on it. So presumably it will draw in further air molecules from the side to do this and accelerate them downward in turn. Of course, this is what a fan or propeller would also so, as with existing drones for example.

    It is far from clear to me what advantage this implausibly complex method of propulsion would have over a drone-type fan/propeller system. Can you explain why you think it is better? Also, you will need a power source to drive the lasers, which must have similar power requirement to an equivalent drone, since the method of providing lift is the same. What power source do you envisage and where would it be mounted on the device?
     
  11. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    How much did you send to the go fund?

    I'm guessing you matched my donation

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  12. Dinosaur Rational Skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    A patent is issued if the device is original. The patent office does not require a working model or proof that a device functions as described.

    Perpetual motion devices are an exception to the above. There was a very large number of perpetual motions patent applications prior to 1900.

    The search and analysis procedures required to determine possible infringements were very time consuming.

    The patent office petitioned congress to legislate that a working model be provided to save them the time & effort required to search all the existing patents.
     
  13. mackmack Registered Senior Member

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    there were 2 images that were supposed to be add to the post. i can't edit it now.

    i didn't say every atom (that's the ideal). the computer tracks atoms and understand its physics. then it uses the laser system (microwaves, ultrasound, em radiation, etc or what is available) to create intelligent pressure. it can do things in approximation. but the faster and smarter the computer the better the results.

    if you look at x-box one, that is a powerful machine that tracks lots of individual pixels and processes info. if you think computers in the future can't track every atom in our surroundings you are wrong.

    in the detailed video at the bottom, at the ending, i disclose how the hoverboard really works (the beginning part is just the intro). the hoverboard creates a curve forcefield below the board and it groups all air particles into a solid mass. the curve structure feeds on its own pressure to lift the passenger. it moves and turns by creating intelligent pressure on the back of the board.
     
  14. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    So if we can invent a way to track individual atoms and invent a computer that could understand an atoms physics and invent a laser that can hit the atom it is shooting at without hitting any stray atoms and we invent a compact fusion reactor to run the equipment, then we got something!
     
  15. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Microwaves, ultrasound and pretty much all EM radiation cannot target individual atoms. It's a physics thing.
    To have a computer that could track every atom nearby, the computer would have to be far, far larger than the "nearby." Unless you have a computer in which each processing element is far smaller than an atom, and there isn't even any theory that allows that.
    How is that different from an airfoil or a rotating airfoil (a fan?)
     
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  16. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    It doesn't seem like a propulsion system that uses air is going to be very useful in the vacuum of space.
     
  17. mackmack Registered Senior Member

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    this is new technology and new ideas. obviously i don't have the answers to all questions regarding this technology.

    for 60 years no one has proposed anything new in aviation. if i come up with something new, obviously there will be obstacles.

    as for the last comment by origin. my solution is to have a limited amount of air atoms bouncing around the ship continuously (no atom escapes), to create a perpetual force.

    and computers in the future will be exponentially powerful than what we have today. we haven't even built quantum computers yet or beyond. i'm sure future computers will be able to do the task.

    if, if, if the future computers can't do something like track every atom, then it can do group tracking or approximation. atoms are governed by math equations. they are not intelligent like humans and unpredictable. thus, the comptuer can use math equations to predict atoms and their future action/interactions/physics.

    when i was writing the patent i too had doubts, but after analyzing everything for several years , i beleive this technology should work.

    i won't know for sure until maybe about 100 years into the future. it will take this long because the computers have to be really faster and smart. this isn't something that can be built using modern technology.
     
  18. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Your patent rights would expire after 20 years.
     
  19. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    By any chance would this air bouncing around the ship continuously creating a perpetual force be used to provide not only the energy for thrust but also the energy to replace the energy being consumed by the computers and life support systems of the space craft?
     
  20. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Pfft. That's nothing - I'm going to use the idea to steal foreign countries: I'll float them out of their own territorial limits and claim them as salvage.
     
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  21. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    No it's not - it's fantasy.

    Black box flight recorders, supersonic transports, reliable ejector seats, afterburners, hypersonic flight, jumbo jets, area rule, Whitcomb winglets, stealth, in-flight refuelling, adaptive wings...
    Try learning before writing.

    And the obstacles are more numerous and far greater when you don't have any idea what you're talking about.
     
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  22. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    Why feed the idiot? If he's trolling, you've all been hooked. If he really is this simple, he's been hooked, but Dunning-Kruger prevents him from knowing that...
     
  23. Michael 345 Valued Senior Member

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    If you have your sights on the US your going to need a bigger than big Hoverrattor © to get over The Great Wall of Trump

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