The Radiometer Composite Force Tests

I call the radiometer force a composite force as it includes the deceleration of the rarefied gas molecules to give the net acceleration of the vanes.  The test objective was to show the internal force could also be directed outward to cause the acceleration of a body.   I  note  in the complexity of the rarefied gas reaction is the simplicity of the vanes rotating with the input of energy. 

Radiant energy can either be inputted into the macro momentum of the vanes or with excess heating of the vanes remove excess energy. With the radiometer vanes braked, I observed charring with  an excessive energy input.  In contrast to the attached parts of Newtonian physics (which I call the "completion physics") I observe the radiometric force is semi free of the vane surfaces and the force imparted takes place over a time interval.

My observations are focused on the application of the mechanical properties taking place in the radiometer.  

I keep my copyright on my 1999 radiometer paper which supports the possibility of generating an internal force for propulsion. As per my 1999 paper I gifted the originality of this possibility  to the public in the hope that  the application of such a radiometric force may find eventual use in non polluting "engines". 

I am presently working on a succeeding paper to the above to be focused on the radiometric force itself. However I am coming to some issues  such as "conflicts" with Newton's physics. 

December 2, 2016. lance@pon.net