Marsden – Tethered Levitation using Inertial Drive
Posted by keelynet on March 22, 2014
03/15/14 – Mike Marsden’s Amazing MacQuan inertial drive, tethered levitation
MacQuan stands for a “Macroscopic version of the Inner Quantum workings of matter.” These two incredible demonstations show weight loss and then tethered levitation. Through a series of spinning discs, this machine converts angular acceleration and angular deceleration into linear acceleration.
Running at 1,000rpm, the weight of the machine was 32lbs and when spinning the scale went to zero. No one seems to know anythnig about Mike Marsden but apparently his son Adrian Grey Marsden has this to say on his website.;
My father is an inventor among other things. Below is his life’s work: MACQUAN-ONE. The first movie is a promotion video I did for him. The second clip is it in action.
Also see 02/28/14 – The American Gyro ‘Gyradoscope’ Inertial Flyer and 02/28/14 – The Jerk Drive – Throwing our Weight Around and 02/28/14 – A Buffet of Approaches for Taming Gravity and Everything that Follows for more info on inertial propulsion, flight/thrust and gravity control.
Mike Marsden R.I.P. – 04/24/12 – The direction in which there was a time in which could be seen the videos of Mike Marsden and levitation Mac Quan 1 works again, but the author of “Adrian Grey” page tells us that his father Mike Marsden has died, and that has not been built on Mac Quan 2. (It appears he was still alive in 2011, see below.)
Answer: R S – 23/08/2011 19:19:53 – I have conversed with him for almost a year now. He seems to have disappeared recently though. I pieced it together from our conversations and pictures, as well as a detailed review of the video. It seems to use the inherent kinetic energy in a angularly (spinning) ballanced connected mass pair with a center of gravity, and he slightly converts this energy into a linear energy.
He does so through acceleration and decleration. The Mac Quan 1 does NOT spin at one constant spin, rather it accelerates and decelerates. The trick is that he channelizes and redirects the obvious energy from acceleration and deceleration into ONE direction. He does this through a spiraling (almost corkskew like) coriolis effect. The effect looks like a wave.
That is why in the second video there appears to be a Yin Yang, or sinusoidal wave. It is supposedly based on math, although he won’t really explain. I believe he is being fairly secretive about it because he is getting it patented probably. In my opinion, it is just a manipulation of the basic laws of physics.
Instead of pushing Mass in one direction to create your “Equal and Opposite Reaction”, you are simply channelizing ENERGY or consumed work in one direction to get your “Equal and Opposite Reaction”. He calls it “Mass Displacement” or “Mechanical Light”.
Answer: R S – 26/08/2011 17:48:19 – The machine you saw is essentially a double ellipsograph (aka trammel). The ellipsograph pairs are locked into place on each side and forced to spin in circles. There are parallel connections between the pairs on each opposite side of the machine. This parallel force is how it works I think. Normally, if a machine was spinning in a circle, and a projectile was launched from the center of that spinning circle, it would of course travel in a STRAIGHT line.
However, in relation to the spinning circle, it would actually appear to travelling in a curve like pattern, called the “coriolis effect”. The overall Mac Quan 1 IS the spinning circle. The weights in his machine are not allowed to be “thrown away” due to centripetul force. They are held in place by parallel connections, and ultimately form what appears as a “Figure 8” or Yin Yang shape.
There is a difference in centripetul forces in each sides pairs. I believe this difference is “Transferred” up through the parallel connections, to a different region of the machine altogether. That is why he calls it “Mass Transfer”. It carves out a perfectly sinusoidal wave. This is just a very rudimentary explanation.
I cannot divulge specifics about the internals of the machine as I think he is getting it patented. I truly think this thing works. I have been following inertial propulsion for years and I think this guy finally has figured it out.
Another commenter states; “The videos are of poor quality and are said to be taken by the inventors son. Adrian Grey Marsden, instead of setting the camera on a tripod, waves the camera around like a conductors baton making the quality poorer still. The killer for me though is that, while demonstrating a machine that is purporting to be able to lift more than its own weight and so likely to vanish skywards that it is tethered, the video starts off with the machine being propped up on blocks. The blocks are then removed and we are expected to believe that the machine is now straining upwards against the tethers. The tethers far from being of flexible rope that would need to be properly knotted to prevent them coming loose from all the upward straining and vibration are clearly made of ridged metal wire that has been bent back over itself at the end. I believe these stiff wire “tethers” are thus not tethers at all but are supports for the machine to suggest that the machine is airborne. I cannot imagine the amount of desperation that leads to fakery.”
In the first video he says he is Mike Marsden of the “US Classic Billiards Research and Development Facility in Tell, Texas”.
I found a US Classic Billiards in Rockwall and Brownsville.
Just so happens I grew up almost next door, so I know Tell, Texas.
I can assure you there is no such group or building because Tell has maybe 32 people living there.
It shows him getting out of car with a building behind that says ‘Laguna Mall (or Mail) Enterprise Center.’
Looking for some track of Mike Marsden’s death, I found Nature’s Advocate: Nancy Marsden – Marsden and her husband, Mike, have been married for 14 years. Together they own U.S. Classic Billiards in Brownsville. They manufacture pool tables for the Valley.
I found no obituary for Mike (Michael) Marsden using obituaries and the Social Security death index. There was a Michael K. Marsden, deceased in 2008 in Grayson, Texas which is north of Dallas.
Thats a fur piece from Brownsville at about 605 miles. The note purporting to be from his son claimed he died and the notice was posted in 2012 but a prior contact said he was conversing with him in 2011 when he disappeared.
I find no records that fit (though others might so please share) so I suspect he ain’t dead, maybe in hiding after announcing he’d achieved antigravity and showing videos of it.
I have no idea when the videos were originally made. I also did a patent application search on Google Patents and the USPTO with nothing relevant so he must not have been able to apply or what? I want to thank Ross Small for sharing this amazing information with us all. – JWD Clink the link to watch the videos. – Mike Marsden’s Amazing MacQuan inertial drive, tethered levitation
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