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New Concepts, Ideas, and Innovations in Aerospace and Technology and Human Science
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Authors: Alexander Bolonkin 
Book Description:
New concepts, ideas, and innovations in aerospace, technology, and human science promise revolutions in aerospace, technology and human life. In aerospace these include the new method of flight - AB levitation. This method allows humanity to flight as bird, riches very high speeds and free flight to space; the electrostatic ramjet and beam space propulsions; electrostatic magsail; high speed solar sail; a transfer of electricity in long distance at space; the space thermonuclear propulsion, the new electrostatic engine which can be used as driver for space launcher and accelerator of space ships, as an engine in new electrostatic high speed train; etc. In technology these include the new mini-thermonuclear reactor, utilization of high altitude wind energy, protection from tsunami, control of local and global weather, converting of deserts and polar Earth regions in 'evergreen' gardens, high altitude gas pipeline, and so on. In human science we include electronic immortality of people. The author summarizes some revolutionary concepts, ideas, innovations, and methods for scientists, engineers, students, and the public.

Table of Contents:


Part A.

New concepts and ideas in aerospace pp.1-2

AB Levitation and Electricity Storage pp.3-32
Electrostatic AB Ramjet Space Propulsion pp.33-66
Beam Space Propulsion pp.67-94
Space Magnetic Sail: Some Common Mistakes; and the Electrostatic Magsail pp.95-104
The High Speed Solar Sail pp.105-114
Transfer of Electricity into Outer Space pp.115-138
Thermonuclear Propulsion pp.139-152
New Method of Atmospheric Reentry pp.153-160
Solid Space Tower pp.161-172
Electrostatic Linear Engine and Cable Space Launcher pp.173-188
Optimal Electrostatic Space Tower (Mast, New Space Elevator) pp.189-204
AB Levitrons and their Applications to Earth’s Motionless Satellites pp.205-220

Part B

New ideas in technology pp.221-222

1. Micro (Mini) - Thermonuclear Reactor pp.223-262

2. Utilization of Wind Energy at High Altitude pp.263-286

3. Control of Regional and Global Earth weather pp.287-306

4. Conversion of Deserts and Polar Earth Regions into Gardens pp.307-318

5. Cheap Textile Dam Protection of Seaport Cities against Hurricane Storm Surge Waves, Tsunamis, and Other Weather-Related Floods pp.319-330

6. A Low-Cost Natural Gas/Freshwater Aerial Pipeline pp.331-344

7. Air Observation System pp.345-378

8. Extraction of Freshwater and Energy from the Atmosphere pp.379-396

Part C
New ideas in human science. pp.397-398

Electronic society and electronic immortality

1.The Twenty - First Century: The advent of non-biological civilization? pp.399-412

2. The Twenty - First Century ‑ the beginning of human immortality? pp.413-422

3. Science, soul, paradise, and artificial intelligence pp.423-
4. Breakthrough to immortality. pp.433-444


1. Space Research: Organizing For Economy and Efficiency pp.445-458

2. System of Units and Other Useful Values pp.459-462

3. Data Useful For Calculations And Estimations And Aerospace And Technical Projects. pp.463-474

General References pp.475-486

Index pp.487-509

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008 4th quarter
   Pages: pp.509
   ISBN: 1-60021-787-7
   Status: AV
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