TheThornson Inertial Engine

Pendulum Test

The T.I.E. V1.0 by JL Naudin

created on 07-31-98 - JLN Labs - last update on 07-31-98

The Thornson Inertial Engine was suspended on 320 mm thread like a pendulum.

The 3 pictures above shows the maximum positions of the TIE device during the run. The TIE was suspended on a 320 mm thread. The length between the attach point at the top and the red needle was 460 mm and the TIE device weight was 228 g. You will notice in the picture and also the videos (bellow), that the AVERAGE point IS NOT located at the neutral position.

This now seems to confirm the fact that the Thornson Inertial Engine produces an unidirectional thrust.

See the Thornson Inertial Engine pendulum test in REAL VIDEO :

TIE pendulum video test

( if you don't have the RealPlayer 5.0, you may download it freely at : )

See also: The TIE pendulum test run 2

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