This phenomenon is from the electrostatic media we use

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
I was looking for bulk suppliers of electrostatic media and came across this article.

It's a long article so here is the synopsis:

At the plant where these 20 ft wide rolls of electrostatic media are being cut, there is an area under the roll between where the roll comes off the main roll and the area where it is being cut that has an INVISIBLE WALL that a person cannot pass through! The electrostatic force is so strong it cannot be penetrated.

At the end of the article they speculate on the benefits of this turned on it's side so a person could stand on the wall.

I wonder if the same conditions couldn't be copied and made into a self generating machine that would rise and keep a certain distance above the ground. It wouldn't take much to propel it forward if none of the forward propulsion was devoted to lift.
:shrug:

http://www.eskimo.com/~billb/weird/unusual/e-wall.html
 

Scott Stone

New member
That would be cool. Sounds like a force field. Can you imagine the applications for this, besides the normal military applications?
 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
That would be cool. Sounds like a force field. Can you imagine the applications for this, besides the normal military applications?

Funny how different men and women think. I was thinking of the flying applications and Shelly said "That would be good to have to turn on at night and when you're gone to keep people from breaking into your property. :love2:
 
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