Flying Saucers

WOLASC (WOodward-LAzar Space Craft)

The space craft drawn and explained by Bob Lazar as the vehicle he briefly traveled inside of in 1989. There was a backup reference for what Lazar claimed in 2020.

Named for Dr. James Woodward (and myself, James Dante Wood), the re-definer of the Mach Force, now called the Woodward Force, and Bob Lazar, who recently received backup confirmation of his experience in a manmade flying saucer at S-4/Area 51 in Nevada in 1989. The ship used high density Moscovium (Mc-115) at the center, causing gravity waves to force the craft to spin enough to achieve 30 feet of lift for about 5 minutes before the Mc-115 disintegrated. The is typical of all manmade elements heavier than U-92 (Uranium). High density at the center of a saucer is the opposite of pulling a plug at the bottom of a sink, creating a vacuum, but has the same effect in causing rotation. The water molecules cannot all enter the drain at the same time, so the path of least resistance is a vortex, counter-clockwise north of the equator because of the Coriolis Force. High oscillation rates, rotational or linear, near large objects or dense mass and high gravity with enough bend in space-time according General Relativity Effects cause the object to move in the perpendicular direction. This is an explanation for the existence of inertia, or resistance to acceleration, first theorized by Ernst Mach. Woodward produced evidence of this at Cal State Fullerton in 2012 with capacitors oscillating back and forth in a line, so the error is less because of torque from rotational movement, two benefits for a future manmade flying saucer. If you increase your spin rate fast enough, and near something with a much more intense gravitational field like the Sun, it could lead to the Stargate Effect, a quick launch to distant stars. Enough revolutions near and around the Sun (eg. “The Voyage Home”, Star Trek, 1985) to quickly achieve speeds near the speed of light (c) are possible. The “Mach Forces” on the body, which increase but in smaller increments of time become much smaller right before true near-c speeds, and are not lethal with testing on inertia-sensing robots first. The fatal crushing of the body does not happen if time intervals for each new speed shrink exponentially for the higher speeds, as acceleration rate and calibrated new time intervals are controlled with a computer. The Woodward Force could very well be the counterpart to the common gravitational force, the same way electric and magnetic fields or forces, called one force or the electro-magnetic force, are perpendicular to each other. According to my theory designed to explained the Unified Field Theory Effect, the forces are asymmetric in strength. The weaker the force, the more asymmetric the counterpart force, and the more asymmetric the attractive versus repulsive magnitudes of the force. Gravity is highly repulsive only when two very dense black holes are near one another, and the attractive nature of gravity with less dense objects like Earth and Sun, an equivalent strong force even if 90 millions miles apart.

Hyperbolic decay for average impact force. As the force gets higher because of space ship accelerating toward the speed of light, the tolerance on the human body with each new fixed time interval as the speed increases becomes less. But you can still accelerate at very high magnitudes, just for shorter intervals of time. The body consistently tolerates Mach 10 (10 times the Earth’s gravitational acceleration constant at sea level, or 9.8 m/s^2) when propelled upward in conventional rockets, keeping you safely pressed in your seats, although uncomfortable. Mach 43 has been survived for a few seconds for some astronauts. Far higher Mach’s can be tolerated to quickly speed up to the speed of light, possibly with the Mach/Woodward or Stargate Effect, but only for a tiny fraction of a second, where you feel and observe nothing. This can be safely and inexpensively tested with inertia sensors, as used for car bags and seat belts.

Because of scaling, where a space/air craft with fixed shape and constant density, has the mass proportional to volume go up by the cube, but the surface area of the wing, needed to be large for more lift, only goes up by the square, what is called “scaling” limits the size of your air craft in the atmosphere for benefiting from Bernoulli lift. That is why you can not fly with a turbo prop anything bigger than the Spruce Goose, unless you replace streel and aluminum with ceramic composites consisting of carbon (graphene, CNT’s) matrices, for something much stiffer to withstand air forces and rough landings but much less dense. It is like dividing 2^3/2^2 = 2, 3^3/3^2 = 3, 4^3/4^2 = 4, and so on. Relative viscosity is also higher for the smaller objects, which is why the bumble bee is perfectly aerodynamically stable, not just because of the benefit of scaling for smaller objects. That is why a human cannot fly by flapping his or her arms, but can swim with the same movements because of water molecule density and the proximity of molecules. When it comes to rotational air/space craft, bigger is better. Even higher density is better. The bigger radius, bigger moment of inertia, not just from higher radius but higher mass from filled and higher density objects, means more torque to offset gravity and Bernoulli restrictions when in the atmosphere, but higher speeds when not inhibited by air resistance or gravity in outer space. Filled shells versus concentric shells have higher moments of inertia independent of mass, and although air/space craft must have air-filled chambers for people and cargo, more mass shifted outward toward the rim from water or U-92 byproducts means even higher moments of inertia for quasi-torus effect. A filled torus has the highest moment of inertia of any round object, Mass x Radius^2, as all other round objects (spheres, cylinders, etc.) have a coefficient in front of Mass x Radius^2 less than 1.

The Spruce Goose, the work of Howard Hughes. Hughes Satellite was also the result of Hughes who knew artificial satellites would be paramount to the human standard of living in the future, who understood you can save money and lives at the same time, one reason I take sensors and robots very seriously.
A torus or ring has a higher moment of inertia than a disc or sauce. Moment of inertia is a redefined value for mass as applies to the properties of rotating objects. When higher, the angular momentum and torque is higher. The Spruce Goose is the largest an airplane with a turbo prop can be because of the limitations of scaling. If a plane has the same shape and density but increases in size, the mass, proportional to the volume, goes up by the cube, whereas the surface area of the wings go up by the square. So if a small model plane flies, the larger version may not necessarily fly. With graphene and carbon matrix composites, bigger planes will be possible with more stiffness but lighter mass. Saucers and torus’s being relatively flat means scaling is less of a factor. But rotational objects have torque going upward to offset gravity, and more volume (higher radius), more density leading to higher moment of inertia, and that means gravity is offset. Combined with gyroscopic inertia and lateral Bernoulli lift, flying saucers are ideal as the vision of the flying car. Once more, once in outer space, there is no atmosphere or gravity, so the increased benefit of more torque from bigger and heavier vehicles will be exploited. The blue area is a hypothetical extended dome when you want a disk saucer, not a true torus, but the bagel-slice bicycle wheel torus with hub in the middle, three concentric shells, the two outer ones being spherical, the inner one being a cube, where the outer shells are separated by variable-pressure viscous oil to allow humans in the middle cube chamber (probably two-story) to simulate 9.8 m/s^2 gravity all the time, either through real gravity at first, or compromised centrifugal forces from the craft spinning, to create a gyroscope effect and not be ripped apart when at the outer rim of the craft, is my first prototype and last objective for a human-occupied space craft.
Same craft as above, only at a slanted side view. Differential pressure zones are offsetting as they quickly mates and gas/water molecule pushing of interior walls of torus in direction opposing desired CCW direction is negligible.
A gyroscope, much like a spinning top or the Earth, has nested loops that spin and precess. The precession of the equinoxes for the Earth, where the imaginary axis from the south pole to the north pole, precesses or sweeps out an ellipse every 26,000 years, causing ice ages at the half-cycles every 13,000, plus-or-minus 2,500 years. A flying saucer that employs this strategy, with at least three nested or concentric shells, can bring stability to the innermost shell where the astronauts reside so they get less “sea sick”.
Natural decay of curved top of airfoil (named for Swiss mathematician Jacob Bernoulli, who accidentally discovered natural e, for y = ln x or the tapering function) means the slowest possible climb and descent of air molecules on top for low pressure, and high pressure with flat bottom and faster moving air molecule, for lift.

See frisbees explained for an example of how a toy prototype influences flying saucer concepts. This was largely the result of the work of Enrico Fermi and Richard Feynman for explanations on gyroscopes, gyroscopic inertia, and rotational aerodynamics.

The flying disk or frisbee behaves like a spinning top. There is precession, or the leaning of the top from side to side, because of the acceleration of gravity causing an increase in the spin rate, hence a change in angular momentum or torque. The top would wobble indefinitely except for friction from air and friction between the top bottom tip and the table. The top is not perfectly radially symmetric, leading to nodal points, or a precession within a precession, like a hula-hoop. The top is only affected by the Earth’s gravity, causing one nodal point cycle, but the Earth, which behaves likes a spinning top, is affected by the gravity of the Sun and the Moon, causing two nodal point cycles, leading to two mini-ice-age cycles of about 1,000 and 300 years, unlike the major ice ages caused by the 26,000-year precession, with the major ice ages at the half cycles, every 13,000 years plus and minus 2,500 years for 5,000-year ice sheets 1,000-3,000 feet thick north of the Columbia and Ohio Rivers..
A frisbee, flat on the bottom, with no internal combustion driving/spinning force, has a terminal angular speed once released by hand, like a spinning top. And like a spinning top, it will lean from one side to the other, therefore accelerate radially, leading to a torque, also called gyroscopic inertia, pushing the saucer upward. With no torque, you must have lateral movement like a wing as an airfoil on an airplane to cause Bernoulli lift. The displacement between the center of mass and the center of pressure means the angular momentum vector L points in an angle with respect to the opposite of the gravity vector g, and causes more precession and more torque, until gravity and air friction force the frisbee downward.
His nth Bow: Outreach: The Physics of Frisbees
Electrolysis to separate hydrogen from oxygen in water. Some of the power created by a flying saucer with H2 and O2 burning and pushed down a turbine, pushing against gear teeth of outer shell to cause spin, will be used to spin generator and power recycled hydrogen and oxygen once it is expended and recollected in reservoir, making energy conversion less efficient. But with high centrifugal forces from spin and oxygen being much heavier than hydrogen, the oxygen will collect along out perimeter of reservoir, the hydrogen inward, after internal combustion, with some water condensation fall out, and less electrolysis will be required for long term travel without refueling.