Comment: When I was in electronics school, an instructor told me...

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When I was in electronics school, an instructor told me...

He used to be assigned to "high power transmitters," which the Navy used to use from transmitting long distances before the advent of satellite communications. He said, when those who parked bikes in the parking lot at the facility, they had to use chains to HOLD THEM DOWN. I watched a YouTube video in which a senior manager at Boeing explained you could coil a certain number of turns of a certain gauge wire and apply a certain level of voltage and IT WOULD FLOAT.

Google NASA and "Biefield-Brown Effect". You will find that NASA tested the "Biefield-Brown Effect," and found it did, indeed reduce the weight of an object. Some dismiss "Biefield-Brown" as the effects of an "ion wind". However, if you read extensively on Thomas Townsend Brown, you will find that Brown conducted many of his experiments in a vacuum, where ion wind should not exist. Besides, if this aircraft is operating in the atmosphere, it should not make a difference. Add to your search "lifter" and you will find videos to demonstrate real ion wind and plans for building your own lifter.