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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Cook Makes History at Boeing Aircraft

By:  Robert Cook

December, 1999 -- 

On November 29, 1999 a two-rotor CIP reaction-less drive unit proved itself by accelerating a series of five-pound weights from zero to over one-thousand feet per minute in a fraction of a second and then decelerating them without producing the ninety to one-hundred pound negative reaction force required by Newton’s third law of action-reaction.  As a result of this action, a second reaction-less force or impulse of lesser intensity was produced in the one to five pound second range.  This impulse can be used to propel objects in any medium such as space or in the earth’s atmosphere under gravity.  By adding more rotors and timing them at the proper intervals, a constant force can be achieved which can propel anything from cars to spacecraft.

 

Newton’s Blunder

What Cook’s machine accomplished on November 29th and 30th of 1999 at Boeing Field in Seattle, was proving beyond any doubt that:

1.      There are ways of generating internal, unidirectional, reaction-less forces capable of achieving more than “bounded motion”.  This discovery will now allow man to think about the impossible, i.e. spacecraft capable of achieving speeds near or perhaps beyond the speed of light!

2.      Newton as well as the scientists who came after him “screwed up” when they insisted that only reaction, external type forces could be used to propel objects such as cars, boats, planes, etc.

3.      The so-called institutions of higher learning are not instilling “common sense” in the scientists and engineers they are educating.  It is this problem that has denied Cook the engineering support he needed in the past to get this very complicated work successfully proven many years ago.

 

Comical Events

 On December 1, 1999, after two days of testing the model and trying to find Newton’s “lost” reaction force (that should have registered in the one-hundred pound range every time the five pound weight was picked up or ejected) one of Boeing’s dynamicists approached Cook and informed him that because Newton’s third law of motion required an opposite and equal reaction to be created every time the weight was exchanged on to or off of the rotor (which at times was spinning at over 360 revolutions per minute) the unit could not work!  But what he apparently didn’t know was the fact that for two days, the Boeing representative had been searching for Newton’s “lost” reaction force.  The “load cell” attached to the working model had failed to register the one hundred pound recoil demanded by the third law of motion for every exchange of the five pound weights.  On that day, December 1, 1999, that representative had decided to search for another effect of lesser intensity that the unit was supposed to generate as a result of adding the five-pound weights.  This impulse had been calculated to be in the one to five pound second range.  But for some mysterious reason this propulsive force (or impulse) was coming out negative.  This led him to believe that the model had failed to prove itself. 

Cook went home that day very disappointed after being told that his model was a failure.  He was led to believe that, if the load cell test could not confirm the fact that his model worked, then this was the wrong test to give to what he believed was a history making model.  Cook was in shocked disappointment for three days.  On Saturday, December 4th, Cook received a call from the aforementioned Boeing representative, which left him shocked in a different way.  The Boeing representative told him that the negative results registered by the load cell on December 1st, were really positive instead and this meant that the CIP engine did work after all!  It turned out the load cell had been hooked up backwards!  This experience caused Cook to recall the disappointment scientists Pierre and Marie Curie must have felt in 1898 when they thought their radium experiment had failed.  A spot left on a dish turned out to be the radium sample they wanted to see after years of hard work in trying to recover it.  They could not see the proof of their theory until they went back to the lab at night and discovered the glow of radium at the bottom of the dish.  Their work and discovery changed the course of world history just as Cook’s discovery is about to do.



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