Gyrolev timing

The Idea


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Reveal to the world that the solution exists


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Organizations start developing prototypes


1st Successful Prototype Test


Unlimited applications including Space Travel



Currently searching

Currently we are searching for Companies (Aerospace, Aviation, Automotive, Defense, Technology, etc), Physics Research Laboratories, Universities or Government Entities that could be interested in reviewing our invention and could be interested in developing the first prototype of Gyrolev.


Based on the invention a lot of work in terms of research / development will be required. Complete teams of Mathematics, Physics Engineers, Computing Engineers and Mechanicals Engineers will be required.


Calculations, tests, prototypes among other things related to Rocket technologies are being made for years and years by thousands and thousands of engineers in all areas and sometimes they still just explode killing innocent astronauts or destroying expensive satellites.


It will be a great help hearing what we have to say to complement the information included in texts / videos and also we are ready to answer possible questions that in our minds have very clear answers but we did not write in the texts / videos, for example practical solutions for developing the inside mechanism.


Example Question: "I'm sorry to rain on the parade, but the Gyrolev model is simply incomplete force & dynamics modeling. For example, the hammer thrower is using their feet. The acceleration of the ball has to come from somewhere"


Answer: "There is no hammer thrower. The weight (ball in the schemes but not necessarily a real spheric shape) can have is own propulsion system, receiving power from the track he is using to circulate in the sphere. The sphere itself does not need to be a closed sphere. It can be only made by a structure that support the tracks. Also, the first prototypes will be giants, do not think they will be small (for the moment). "


Example Question: "When an increase in thrust is desired... is your device designed to operate at a set RPM.. or can the system be accelerated to provide an increase in thrust?"

Answer: "The system can be accelerated to provide an increase in thrust. The only limit will be the energy available (If the source is atomic (like a nuclear reactor that submarines currently uses) we could have lots of energy available, together with great autonomy (not very limited like the liquid or solid combustible of a rocket that burns all in a fraction of time). "


Example Question: "You haven't shown how the rotating masses are connected or made to accelerate."


Answer: "Well, we have some practical ideas about putting the masses rotating without having a central machine to do it. For example they could be propelled magnetically in tracks existing in the inner wall of the sphere. In this case we could use electrical power to give propulsion independently to each rotating mass with the ability to control them (speed, position, etc) in a fraction of seconds, with the help of "intelligence" (computers and programs) (as an example there is the ABS - Anti-locking Breaking System). Some anti-lock systems can apply or release braking pressure 15 times per second. Some "intelligence" is being used in the ABS system. It is not purely mechanical. Much more practical ideas exists.



"What are the propulsion / forces nature uses for moving planets, stars, galaxies? Gravity, and Anti-gravity (Anti-gravity is nothing more then centrifugal force)"


Light bulb
In addressing the question of who invented the incandescent lamp, historians Robert Friedel and Paul Israel list 22 inventors of incandescent lamps prior to Joseph Swan and Tomas Edison. They conclude that Edison's version was able to outstrip the others because of a combination of three factors: an effective incandescent material, a highervacuum than others were able to achieve (by use of the Sprengel pump) and a high resistance that made power distribution from a centralized source economically viable.

Léon Foucault
Before the 17th century scientists believed that there was no such thing as the "speed of light". They thought that light could travel any distance in no time at all. Later, several attempts were made to measure that speed:

  • - 1667 Galileo: at least 10 times faster than sound
    - 1675 Ole Roemer: 200,000 Km/sec
    - 1728 James Bradley: 301,000 Km/s
    - 1849 Hippolyte Louis Fizeau: 313,300 Km/s
    - 1862 Leon Foucault 299,796 Km/s
    - Today: 299792.458 km/s


Dean drive

The Dean drive is a device intended to be a reactionless thruster that was invented by Norman L. Dean. Dean claimed that it was able to generate a unidirectional force, in violation of Newton's Third Law of Motion. Such a violation is generally considered to be impossible in physics. While it is theoretically possible for a mass that moves in one direction to have its momentum balanced by something other than a reaction mass, there is no known theoretical mechanism for a mass to be moved one way while nothing moves the other way, at least in a flat space-time.

An actual functioning "reactionless thruster" would, of course, have enormous application, completely changing human transport, engineering, space travel and more.