A Test of the Radiometric Force

I am applying  radiometric mechanics to the form of propulsion in the "Encapsulated radiometric engine", patents summary by MIT and others: https://www.google.com/patents/US20060000215

A. The patent holders have substantially increased the radiometric force/power of the small force I was working with in my radiometer vacuum chamber.

B. The force/power is generated in close proximity to the plates. My statement: the pressure differential would still be maintained if the plates were to be enclosed.

C. This possibility of inputting molecular energy into macro motion will be "seen" when the energy flow from near the molecular level is diagramed in the transfer of energy to the "vehicle" macro motion.

D. Patent figure 6 comes closest for the internalization of accelerative force by directing the internally generated radiometric force/power to a drive shaft on bearings to which is attached an external propeller.

E. In the patent summary applications, neither the prior patent holder or the following patent holders seem to have "seen" that the plates could provide a propulsive force/power from within the "vehicle" enclosure  to more directly propel a "vehicle".

F. The force/power being applied to the plates is as a "composite" force/power with the deceleration phase of the de-energized gas molecules having transferred energy to the net macro acceleration of a "vehicle".


1. The force/power created across the plates could be directly applied to propel a "vehicle".

2. There would then be reduced need for heat pumps and bearings and gears. Excess heat could be controlled by reducing the power and also could be expelled through radiant energy. The mechanical simplification is  the force/power applied is being reduced to near the molecular level.

3. The casing itself serves as the "drive shaft".

From my radiometer studies, I feel when "the parts" are "semi attached" and when the force is applied over time that it could be possible to contain the propulsive force within "a vehicle". Such a "vehicle" would use the inertia of the vehicle itself as "the base" for the application of the radiometric force/power.

Yet In this internalized mechanics, it is as if the force does not "know" an outside" physics. The necessary physics and pressure differential is taking place in and near the plates in applying power to a "vehicle". The nano pores or apertures serve to maintain the pressure differential in then transferring the molecular momentum to the macro plate and "vehicle" momentum. However, the plates could overheat if the "vehicle" would be braked without reducing the power.

The reduction of molecular energy to macro motion maintains the lower pressure on the other side of the plates. The plates can  be rigidly attached to the "vehicle" casing as the plates would still be free to move, though now as an internal component of the "vehicle" macro motion. Larger size openings are to be left for the re-circulation of the now  de-energized molecules. An interesting point is the de-energized molecules only return to the base velocity of the "vehicle" itself.

The patent holders refer to "prior art".  In my 1999 web paper I diagramed the hypothetical internal propulsion of a "vehicle". I continue gifting my insights for general use, including my insight the radiometric force could be contained within a "vehicle" to be directly applied to propel such a "vehicle".

I still remember that very light weight small strip dancing energetically down that fixed rod of my radiometer trial from the minute force I was working with. Yet I could not maintain the vacuum chamber seal for more than a short while. Yet in observing that small energized strip for a few seconds I found the confirmation (subject to re-verification) of that which my intuition leads me to think might be possible - the internalization of an accelerative force.

With the much enhanced force/power plates of the patent holders, I feel it could be feasible to now use a force, at atmospheric pressure, to be applied within "a vehicle", to propel a "vehicle". Although I do not know the magnitude of the force/power, It seems there could be some additional "light at the end of the tunnel" for alleviating carbon dioxide buildup.

A Test

Enclose a series of plates permanently fixed to the interior of "a vehicle" which is free to move. Leave sufficient openings around and/or in the plates for the recirculation of the de-energized gas molecules. Apply, as in the above patents, the power source to the enclosed plates.

As a safety, on the application of force/power, I would take the precaution to step to the side of the "test vehicle".   Then upon the positive confirmation of the test, as the "vehicle" is braked to a stop, promptly turn off the force/power to avoid overheating plate damage. The energy would now no longer be directed to the "vehicle" and would instead be directed to the individual plates. Note: I would also leave a few vents in the casing to expel any excess pressure as heat and energy management.

In the patent summaries I find references to rotating devices, drive shaft, and external propeller. It is as if the patents "revolve around" what I feel the "core" of what the patents are pointing to: the application of an internal force/power to directly propel a "vehicle". In view of the substantially increased radiometric force/power by the patent holders and my observations of the radiometer force, I feel it would be time to retest the statement: "The  internalization of a force is not possible". I predict an unique test outcome of these special case radiometer properties.


1. The patents are respected.

2. The molecular movement of radiometric mechanics, as a process, allows a freedom of movement which would not be in Newtonian physics. Yet Newton's physics is also molecular motion in the form of gears and levers and wheels and propellers. I sense the special case of radiometric mechanics would then underlie Newton's "completion physics".

3. I feel the positive confirmation of the test could put this "on the table" for others to carry forward the testing and the application of the radiometric force properties.  January 18, 2017  LT