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Ion PROPULSION

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Ion Propulsion – How it works.

One of the unique features of the ParaNetic magnet is that it is not a physical object and is best described as a “projected” or “virtual magnet”.  In addition to it not being physical, a ParaNetic magnet has two north poles with a single south pole sandwiched in-between.

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If a permanent magnet is placed at the point where the ParaNetic magnetic fields switch with the north pole facing in and it is pushes past 50%, the ParaNetic field will rapidly expel that magnet out the opposite side.

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This capability is the foundation for building the ParaNetic Ion propulsion engine.

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In addition, the ParaNetic Ion propulsion engine uses its ability to rapidly change the orientation of its magnetic field as well as its ability to create a magnetic tunnel for the projectile to pass through as it exits the ParaNetic magnetic field projector.

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The ParaNetic Ion propulsion engine is approximately the same size as a hockey puck, however it can be scaled either up or down.

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