Multifunctional Anti-Men toy

In order to understand the flying discus, one should distance him self from the common thrust-force-speed thinking. No thrust is needed for the discus – it is a system, which builds and rocks itself up during flight, and systems in system “awaken” each other – the most and foremost focus is to gently dealing with nature. The discus accomplishes very high cruising speed (up to Mach 5 – its around 5.600 km/h), yet focus is not on breaking new speed records. Important here is, everything has multiple functions, no obstacles are counteracted, all side effects are used. Compared to conventional aircrafts, the many multifunction´s result to an enormous weight reduction (up to 90%).
The two counter-rotating rotor discs are magnetically mounted (there is no single point of contact between the rotor discs and the platform, hence no frictional losses) and this magnetic bearing is also the drive of the rotor discs. The two rotor discs with their rotor blades and the air intake are also responsible for fetching water from the air to operate the steam output, and therefore using frictional heat of the edge tip region (as a side effect to cool this area). Both of the counter-rotating rotor discs are forming the discus-surface and protect the passenger area like a nutshell – they are also flywheels, energy storage and the drive of the rotor discs. The air intake on the air-foil surface is also (and especially) a drag-reduction (up to 80%) – in order to save energy. The batteries in the two rotor discs with their own weight (by centrifugal force multiplied weight) are also power generators.
The fact of the discus is also to fly safe. We are not sitting at the window 30 cm next to death, inside the discus is well protected. Even during an emergency landing passengers and flight personnel are much better protected then with current aircrafts. For example there is a failure of the rotor discs and a pending emergency landing, the two rotor discs will be “locked” (no longer rotationally movable) and “air bags” – filling the entire rotor discs –, such as car airbags will be in inflated at an instant. Thus forming two large air bubbles: the inner space, the cavities of the rotor discs. During an emergency landing on the water the entire disc floats – thus a sinking is impossible. During an emergency landing on land, passengers and flight personnel are well protected by the rotor discs air-cushion-buffer-zones. No rigid hull breaks apart, nothing breaks up and no explosion possible (because not even one drop of kerosene is carried). The roof-light and the sight dome in the middle part is the emergency exit.
And yet it is clear to me that this new technology in our current masculine focused time (on the front always a tip of mega-potency-presentation) encounters resistance, but it should be time now to radically think about environmental protection while flying. For the benefit of our nature (or rather: the rescue of our planet) we will have to renounce some – or maybe just the crashing loud, kerosene guzzling and environmentally destructive thrust-men-toys …
Wolfgang Rainer Fuchs, Austria

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