Robert Patterson Speaks on Vortex Mechanics and the Ram Implosion Wing
Addressed the ExtraOrdinary Technology conference in Salt Lake City on
Saturday, July 31, 2004, 2:30 pm. Reverse-teardrop shape is created
aerodynamically on existing vehicles through the installation of a hyperbolic
shaped wing that allegedly builds a vortex ahead of the vehicle, resulting in 3x
Review by Sterling
D. Allan, T.
Pure Energy Systems
Ram Implosion Wing
Fitted to Rear Roof of Vehicle
The idea is to borrow the energy
of your opponent.
This was the theme of Robert Pattersons presentation on creating a method of
gliding through a medium without resistance, whether on the surface of the
earth, under water, or in space.
When the Chicken lays an egg, which end comes out first: the tapered end or
the blunt end? Patterson said that the blunt end comes first, and the taper
helps push the egg out. This might seem counter-intuitive to the way our
automobiles are shaped today, he continued. The solution he presented was a
retrofit device that fits on the car to create a vortex out in front of the car,
artificially creating the blunt end for the egg effect. Combine the push and
pull into one smooth motion, is the idea, he said.
Another analogy that he used was the whip action ducting that has a crack
the whip type of effect at the vortex. The Tornado-in-a-can
is another manifestation of the unusual properties of this vortex phenomenon and
the unexpected energy gain achieved. Jokingly, he said the average toilet is a
hypervortex super conversion system.
At the conclusion of his presentation, Patterson took a group of conference
attendees to the parking lot to show them a Ram Implosion Wing built by another
attendee at the conference. It was mounted on the top of his van toward the rear
of the vehicle. Resembling a rams horn, it is like an AWACS antenna on an
aircraft. The main portion of the symmetrical wing is hyperbolic, with a final
upward taper toward the end of the turn at the extremes of the wing. The
horizontal orientation of the wing is parallel to the plane of the road.
It appeared to be composed of some kind of foam, covered over by fiberglass,
topped with a coat of paint. Patterson recommend that the surface be
dimpled similar to a golf ball to decrease the laminar viscosity as it goes
through the air.
Patterson claims his invention can triple mileage, all other factors remaining
the same. His associate, also present, vouched for the claims and shared a few
anecdotal stories in private. He said that the vortex went nearly 100 feet
in front of the van, and that he could effect a small trailer on a car in front
of him by steering left and right. He also said that when he passed a semi
truck that the normal grabbing of the vehicle in the semi's wake was absent.
Patterson said he is presently in negotiations with a company to produce the
In tests, he said he has gotten
100 27 miles per gallon from a
V-8 van. If the wing can be automated by computer, he predicts that much greater
mileage can be expected.
Patterson described unusual phenomenon he as observed while driving a vehicle
thus fitted. We watched flies on the hood stay in place until we were
traveling over 60 mph. Streamers on the surface of the vehicle stand
perpendicular, rather than parallel to the vehicle.
The wing works on some of the principles of vortex physics described by Viktor
Schauberger, who Patterson cited several times
Patterson revealed that he invented the wing shape by studying ancient
archeology and artifacts. He has found what he believes to be many references to
modern physics in ancient statues. In his presentation, he spent several minutes
giving his interpretation of the symbols found on a 6000 year old Japanese
statue that resembled an astronaut, proposing how it contains many clues about
knowledge of quantum physics and energy.
He said his design for the Ram Impolosion Wing was a result of studying that
statue for several years. He claims to have back-engineered an optical waveguide
from ancient schematics. He said he has also built a quantum electro-gravitic
device. When he built a lifter, it started spinning on its own. He commented
that quantum physics is encoded in every ancient artifact unearthed. He also
stated that we are nickels and dimes away from wormhole technology.
His unique talent of combining ancient knowledge with modern science made for an
interesting presentation. He is preparing a book to be published soon.
- Tornado in a Can -
pulverizes down to micrometer powder; demonstrates an "overunity"
phenomenon. (MSNBC; April 26, 2004)
Implosion Wing Developments - Recent replications claim to confirm
effect in which special aerodynamic shape is alleged to create an air vortex
that increases vehicle mileage and decreases airflow disturbance. (PESN;
March 8, 2005)
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Aug. 15, 2004
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