Mortgage (spaceship/drone)

We could perhaps warp out of our atmosphere with this streamlined mainframe, although we shouldn’t be deceived by it’s name, becuase space travel is very dangerous. It should maybe be a bit wider for better streamlining though, while probably optimizing the curve for the same reason. Somebody seems to have edited this page… I guess it should be wider for better streamlining.

The spirebold is above:

This mainframe makes the outside rotate without rotating the inside. Both spires should perhaps be reversed, so the two malves both spin in the opposite direction for better design, in which I mean that the spires on the drawing should be opposite. I guess that the directions don’t matter for practical measures. There is more below:

The spirebold is overall streamlined and made of osmium for the spaceship. I figured that rotating it in two different directions isn’t only more efficient by stronger normal force, while being more stable, but it also just looks cooler, and the malves don’t inhibit eachother when the malves fit perfectly against eachother. We could bend and fuse the spire on the spirebold, instead of carving. The spirebold has a hollow inside.

The spirebold should however have a transparant ring in the center between the spires, so the light can pass through for the 360 degree telescope.

We rotate the malves to eachother, so it creates a stable position, and we end the spire before the center to keep it spinning normally in the center, so it isn’t stuck.

As seen the shape and spire must be symmetric for stabilization. The malve would move partly vertical, but the extending spire from the spirebold inhibits the hollow circles of the malve, because we can’t move a nut as example up or down without rotating, so the malve doesn’t fall of. Ending the spire prevents the malves from moving up or down. We galvanize the osmium spirebold with zinc on the inside as example, against osmium oxidation for the spaceship, because it is otherwise toxic. We don’t need to coat the outside of the spirebold. We maybe don’t need osmium for the top and bottom of the spaceship.

The spirebold has a hollow ring on top, so you can enter the mortgage through the malve’s rotating magnetic hatch, because it must close perfectly, due to the vacuum, while there are circular stairs inside, after the magnetic hatch. We perhaps make small holes in the spirebold (top & bottom) and create a circular window inside the supermagnets of the malves, so at the center of the malves. I must note though that the spire on the picture isn’t perfect. Excuse me, I didn’t have a proper eraser, and I traced the shape. The spire should be a bit lower. Motor oil would be wise. GO TO: energy infrastructure.

The malves look kinda like this mainframe (I’m not a professionall at drawing as you can see). The slit is for two gas-discharge lamps.

The malves also have transparant & streamlined diamond rings at the center of the mortgage where they spin normally (hoping that the voltblazers don’t destroy it), becuase the light must go through the diamond windows for the 360 degree telescope, while the diamond is fused.

They are overall streamlined, so the diamond gas-discharge lamps fit into the malve’s hollow slit. Just like the drawing on the left. The malves are also made of osmium for the rest of the spaceship, due to the nihil, but present resistance for post-relativistic speeds. We also galvanize the malve with mercury on the outside against osmium oxidation, because it is otherwise toxic. We don’t need to coat the inside of the malve.

Each malve has two transparant rings. They both share one at the top which together form one transparent ring at the center of the mortgage for the 360 degree telescope.

They both also have another one like the one on the above drawing to create thermal. The two malves rotate close to eacother without a gap, and they shouldn’t experience friction from eachother. The spirebold wouldn’t be transparant at the diamond gas-discharge lamps from the malve. The malves have a layer from a different metal than osmium (mercury), because osmium is toxic.


I assume that we can use DC electricity for the 3-phase voltage installation by slightly displacing one super-electromagnet. I didn’t make the picture though of course.

We rotate a supermagnet with the 3-phase voltage installation, so the 3-phase voltage installation is rotating the malve by the supermagnet and thus itself. The point of engagement from the supermagnet is not in the center, but at the end of the supermagnet for more centrifugal force. Again it’s even stronger when the 3-phase installation incites itself through the malve. We rise in altitude by combining our thermal with the rotation of the malves.

The neodymium supermagnet is drilled into the bottom of the malves, and the malves could be fused in pieces.

The deviating super-electromagnets from both 3-phase voltage installations should be on eachothers opposite side. The packages of the reducing & oxidizing agents could be between the two other super-electromagnets, but more to the right, when you look at the picture to the left. For both 3-phase voltage installations.

We drill the 3-phase voltage installation into the bottom of the malves. We drill the isolating layer at the bottom of the malves at the same time to prevent it from shocking the passengers. The wires are isolated with vinyl to prevent leaking of the electricity. Those screws could be non-conducting and strong, but also big though.

We drill the 3-phase voltage installation at the bottom of the malves to the properly thick enough isolation, so (again) the doesn’t schock the passengers. The 3-phase installation shouldn’t extend out above and beneath and the battery too, due to the resistance, so the bottom of the malve has a spinning neodymium supermagnet in the center, while the rest is osmium for the spaceship. With a mercury layer, but not at the bottom and not on top either. With 3 beam sized sockets for the super-electromagnets (a coils around neodymium), and also one socket for the super battery. The spinning supermagnet in the center should maybe also be drilled.

The osmium core from the super-electromagnets must be a beam and not a cylinder, while the surface from the core of the super-electromagnet doesn’t have a too big height. The 3-phase installation takes eroded pathways through the osmium for the spaceship. The wires are isolated by vinyl to prevent leaking of the electricity.

We can’t fuse the metal at the bottom of the malves to the isolating layer, so we should perhaps galvanise it electrically, while the the super-electromagnets are drilled. Again, the malves also have a circular window at the spinning supermagnet in the center. On top and at the bottom. Again, we can perhaps drill the spinning supermagnetic at the bottom of the malve. With eroded paths for the with vinyl isolated wires.

The spire and shape of the aircraft perhaps makes the speed for the less wide part just as big as for the center, which causes a higher centrifugal force by the higher velocity for more centrifugal force in thermal to rise in altitude. Maybe the same for the effective radius in the center.

I also assume that the centrifugal force isn’t homogeneous (a bit like a hula hoop), unlike a fidget spinner as example. Which is probably basic to rise in altitude. The fact that the 3-phase installation also incites itself through the malve creates extra centrifugal force. The spire itself (maybe a serious name) could perhaps have an aspect for centrifugal force on it’s own with the shape.

I have no idea how exactly, but it might work. It would however maybe need to be pseodo 4 dimensional for the bigger version of the mortgage. I suppose that the small pseodo 4 dimensional mortgage puts most power to waste. The 3 dimensional version can maybe succeed anyway in both cases..

Again: (P = E without time)

We heat the surrounding air by the STRONG gas-discharge lamps from the two malves with surrounding radiation.

We use infrared light (mainly N2 and O2) and regular red light (mainly CO2 and H20), so no microwaves are needed to create thermal, maybe at the clouds though. In order to rise in altitude. The malves are incited by the 3-phase voltage installation, so by spinning the neodymium supermagnet, so the spaceship/drone rises along with the thermal by spinning. We can fit a colour changing gas-discharge lamp inside the slit. I guess that red and infrared are the most important on Earth, but there are different layers.

We use the above to generate the frequency with an amplifier (maybe transistors). I think that a higher amplitude of the voltage creates a higher amplitude of the photons. We maybe could use some kind of dimmer to descent by controlling the illuminance of the rotating gas-discharge lamps.

We use the absorption wavelengths from the absorption spectra, so the wavelength depends on the abundant substances in the atmosphere of the planet or the Higgs bosons for a vacuum, which is why we could use coloring changing gas-discharge lamps by using amplifiers (maybe transistors).

Although hollow, the mixture between the flying disc & the air hockey puck effect (higher content compared to surface) results in less resistance together.

We walk into and out of the spaceship through the malve’s magnetic hatch at the top, while the spirebold has a hollow ring for the hatch. I suppose that we could use quaving packs, due to the mercury fluid. We can make a red dot on the inside of the hatch, so we can see the hatch easily.

The spirebold & malve aren’t completely made of diamond, becuase we want to be as cheap as possible, although we technically have ∞ fuel to create diamond from carbon by the high pressure & chemical energy in an oven (electro-supermagnets luckilly don’t work)

More importantly it would disturb the continuity equation + by the gas-discharge lamp. I suppose that we can maintain the regular price for diamonds, if we keep the fuel price and perhaps even the electricity’s price (air-fryer) high enough.

I had a metalic glass idea at the time for sturdy transparant glass (my idea was to mix it with osmium at the time). It looks like that they applied it for regular windows for security. My idea at the time was to use it for the spaceship’s resistance, but they said it is toxic. I guess they used my idea by applying other metals without telling me, but there is a pretty high chance that I would have forgotten it myself.

I assume that the lower density mercury layer doesn’t tear of by the inmense resistance from post-relativistic velocities by being a fluid, while being supported by dense osmium Having a fluid as floor is of course not that practical, so that’s why we would use zinc inside as example, because osmium is toxic.

We could use the toughened glass on the left for the windows of the drones combined with lower density metal for the drones.

The mortgage needs four (maybe 8) voltblazers (high voltage romisonic/infrasonic sound speakers) by a transformer:

We neglect zero turns for the formula, although we don’t make a coil around the primary super-electromagnet but we do for the second. (a coil around neodymium). The Doppler effect only decreases the frequency even further when the mortgage moves away from us, while the sound is send in the opposite direction in which the mortgage moves. It means that our hearing is never bothered by the sound. We use Piëzoelectric materials for sound propulsion here as well with very big and strong cables. The Pïezoelectric material could be drilled here as well. They maybe (long time ago) edited that I didn’t change the conus (vibrating ball) to the Piëzoelectric material on this page.

The mortgage is actually better of with spherical propagating sound blasts. The Doppler effect also influences the propulsion itself, so it should maybe be stabilized at 18 hertz. It maybe damages your hearing anyway even when it’s 18 hertz. Especially when moving towards the sound. The infrasonic/romisonic sound probably has more stamina than ultrasonic sound.

It also needs four cameras, although it should be reflecting telescopes for the spaceship of course.

I don’t know how to turn the 3-phase voltage installation on and off though. The same for the gas-discharge lamps. It can maybe somehow be done with transmitters and transistors. Electromagnetic induction at the resistance before the base could maybe cause the transistor to switch. Even the transmitter could be controlled by the transistor in the same way. I don’t exactly know how to control the freguency of the gas-discharge lamps. Switching the (dimmer) should maybe also be done by switching the transistor with electromagnetic induction at the resistance before the base. I’m not sure how a transistor works, so no guarantee. Switching would otherwise be done with a relay. We should maybe switch transformers for different powers. The Pïezoelectric material for sound could have a vertical row of two, while the above is stronger. Maybe it’s stabilized at 18 hertz because it’s inside the aircraft. We can track everything with transmitters. I assume that the transistors aren’t an energy soucre of course, becuase the base has an energy source.

GO TO: Energy infrastructure.

I’m also a bit worried that this mainframe will turn out to be inferior, but it can always be scientific art.

I know that it feels unsafe, but I wonder if it works in environments like the North Pole.

I guess that the sound speakers can be controlled by circuits and induction.

I hope that I warn everyone in time that fusing the diamond could be really complicated, in case the stories about Nibiru are true. I assume that it’s already over, but GPS may also suffice.

We maybe have to deactivate the thermal briefly before voyage, so we don’t rise in altitude when braking at our destination, while activating it at the right speed. I suppose that we can measure the speed with the continuity equation +.

I don’t know if g-forces could be a problem for shipping objects and materials (as example). It would probably be fine as long as the objects are strongly stuck to the floor.

I know it’s very difficult to make. The mortgage also has a maximum size concerning due to the distribution rate.

NO OFFENSE, THIS DOESN’T WORK (I don’t want to piss Nintendo of). Blowing down creates a vacuum, so there wouldn’t be air to blow down anymore. Blowing with breaks (pauze) doesn’t feel that right to me. Propellers work by manipulating air flow, so that the air pressure beneath the propeller is higher than above, thus causing lift. Sucking the air up creates a higher pressure above, while holes in the aircraft (air escape) doesn’t feel right to me. My apologies this seems necessary. It can maybe be designed to work though. The resistance would however destroy propellers which extend beneath, resulting in a crash landing. It felt like someone in my head said, that the propeller can be withdrawed though.

I read once on the Internet that the military or something had UFOs, by using 3 superhot cylinders, but the spaceship gives opposite normal force by the thermal, unlike balloon material (hot air balloon). The normal force by thermal doesn’t act immediately, but that would mean that Δ thermal would have to be stronger than the spaceship’s weight.

This mainframe could maybe work with liquid nitrogen, but the spaceship’s mainframe should be streamlined horizontally, while being flat on top and at the bottom, due to the post-relativistic resistance and spacetime twist. I have to admit that I want it to fail, due to the mortgage.

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