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Dr. Charles A. Yost
cay@electricspacecraft.com
Tel: 828-683-0313

73 Sunlight Drive
Leicester, NC 28748
United States

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Yost, Dr. Charles A.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Charles_Yost)
Aerospace Engineer, Editor of Electric Spacecraft Journal (Deceased)

Topics: Gravity, New_Energy, Aether
Interests: Magnetic Propulsion, New Energy
Nationality: USA
Born: Monday, July 10, 1933
Died: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 (Age 71)

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Edited Journals:
Electric Spacecraft Journal

Books:
1983The Tesla Experiment: Lightning and Earth Electrical Resonance

Abstracts Online:
1991Electrostatic Concentric Field Generator Experiments
1991Flying into Orbit
1991Can Hot Surfaces Be Cooled Electrically?
1991T. T. Brown and the Bahnson Lab Experiments
1992Electric Propulsion Research: A 1991 Review Including United States Air Force Reports
1992Dipolar Force Field Propulsion System
1992The Chukanov Plasma Ball
1992Ball Lightning Conference
1992Princeton Electric Propulsion Research
1993Electrostatic Longitudinal Waves: The Tesla/Kovac RF Rectifier and the Making of Electrostatics
1993Speculations Related to Electric Field Propulsion
1994The Sectorless Wimshurst Electrostatic Generator
1994Longitudinal Electrodynamic Wave Experiments
1994A Talk with John Searl
1994The Alzofon Papers: Gravity Control
1995Electrostatic Force Flow Visualization
1996Electrostatic Force Experiments
1996Fringe Science Conferences
1996T. Townsend Brown Notebooks
1996IANS Conference Summary
1996ESA Conference Summary
1996Electric Propulsion Patents 1928-1995
1996Thoughts on Electromagnetics
1997Electric Field Propulsion Concepts from Independent Researchers
1997Red and Green Energy
1998NASA Explores Space Travel Concepts
1997Analysis of Don Kelly's Magnet Drop Tests
1997Gravity Drop Experiments with Magnet Plates
2000Morton Experiment: Report #1
2001Electric Weather Forces
2002A Proposed Electrodynamic Thrusting Mechanism
2002Naudin?s Lifter Phenomenon
1992Electric Forces Applied to Basic Weather Phenomena
1984Electric Weather Forces: A Tesla Vision
1990High Voltage Concentric Field Generator Design
1996Electric Space Craft Propulsion

Event Attendence:
1996-04-253rd International Symposium on New EnergyConference
1992-07-28Third International Symposium on Ball LightningConference
1990-08-011990 International Tesla SymposiumConference
1984-08-10Tesla Centennial SymposiumConference

Biography

Charles Anthony Yost

Asheville ? Charles Anthony Yost, 71, died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at his home on Sunlight Drive, Asheville.

Charles was born on July 10, 1933, in Boston, the son of Charles William and Winnie Tuminski Yost. After completing his military service, he earned his B.S. degree in aeronautical engineering in 1962 from Northrop University, Inglewood, Calif. As a research engineer for NASA projects, he developed and analyzed parachute recovery systems for Apollo spacecraft and ejection seating for military aircraft.

In the late 1960s, Charles developed Temper (memory) Foam under a NASA contract. Originally designed to improve crash protection for airline passengers, this foam has recently gained popularity in the mattress-making industry. Charles purchased property in Little Sandy Mush (Madison County) in 1967 to pursue research into high-voltage experiments and to begin manufacture of visco-elastic cushion materials. Charles was on the faculty of AB-Tech in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

In 1976, Charles sold the Temper Foam formula and developed several improved visco-elastic formulations trademarked as SunMate, Pudgee and Foam-in-Place Seating. These cushion materials are manufactured by his company, Dynamic Systems Inc. (DSI), and are used worldwide in many industries.

DSI has received awards and recognitions from NASA for successfully marketing aerospace technology in commercial applications. In 1991, DSI received the Governors Cup (14 state area) in honor of its valuable contributions to the economic development of the South."

Charles first love was research. He built a telescope for his high school during his teen years and always wanted to travel through outer space. Even before his days with NASA, he began thinking of ways to power spacecraft with electricity instead of fuel powered rockets. Charles was always fascinated by fundamental concepts of physics and their relation to constructs of a more metaphysical nature. In 1991, he began publishing the Electric Spacecraft Journal as a means of networking with others interested in seeking electrodynamic field propulsion techniques for space travel by investigating electrostatics, electromagnetics, atomic physics, and gravity, inertia, energy and aether concepts.

Charles was respected in many circles. He strove to live simply and meaningfully. He never wanted his businesses to focus on profitability, but instead be driven by research and development with a primary goal of providing customers with a high quality product and personal level of service.

Charles was as generous with his time as he was with his resources. He enjoyed helping students at every level with projects in the arts, science, business and marketing. He was an avid supporter of the arts and was deeply concerned about the environment.

Charles set up the Sunlight Foundation in 2004 to enable the continuation of scientific and educational studies long after his demise. The purpose of the Foundation is to encourage individual research in the natural and physical sciences where the motive is compatible with natural ecological balances and peaceful human coexistence.

Charles was a member of the Asheville Family Business Forum, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, The American Association of Physics Teachers, the Electrostatics Society of America, the Natural Philosophical Alliance, the American Vacuum Society and the Society of Scientific Exploration.

Surviving are his wife of 27 years, Sandra Thacker Yost; son, Robin William Yost of Leicester; daughters, Julie Ann Yost and Susan Yost Carswell of Asheville; and brother, Robert Albert Yost of Chesterfield, Mich.

Plans for a memorial service and celebration of Charles life will be announced later. Memorial contributions should be made payable to the Sunlight Foundation and designated to the Charles A. Yost Scholarship Fund, 322 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748; Hospice of Madison County; or to the charity of your choice.

Asheville Area Alternative Funeral & Cremation Services is assisting the family. 258-8274.

Published: 2005-04-05

Charles Yost, Editor of ESJ, Dies
Charles Yost, the executive editor of the Electric Spacecraft Journal, passed away on March 29 after a bout with cancer.  Yost is perhaps best known as the NASA engineer who developed Temper (memory) Foam.  Plans for a memorial service will be announced later.
 
The Electric Spacecraft Journal is hopeful that it can continue publication and has named Richard Hull the new executive editor. - Infinite Energy #61

The following autobiography/editorial appeared in the first ESJ published after Charles Yost's departure:

I have been listening carefully to those experimenting with electric force propulsion techniques. Electric force propulsion is, after all, the primary focus of the Electric Spacecraft Journal. The ESJ was founded in 1990 in order to network individuals interested in electric spacecraft - not the ion propulsion type, but rather an electric force field type. The effort was successful. The connections so established permitted me to carefully research claims and concepts shrouded in too much speculation to be tested with scientific rigor. This has proven to be quite an extraordinary experience for me.

I first decided that a flying saucer could be designed to operate on electrostatic principles in 1950 when I was 17 years old. By that time, I had already become an accomplished amateur astronomer. I had designed and fabricated a ten-inch reflector telescope and an observatory cover. I then became interested in rocketry. I learned from local college rocket enthusiasts how to make and launch sophisticated rockets, and even tried my hand at making hydrazine propellant. (You were allowed to do things like that in high school back then.) All the while, I pursued a parallel interest in electrostatics, Nikola Tesla, and building Tesla coils.

I had avidly pursued the rigorous and technical disciplines of science and engineering. I earned a degree in aeronautical engineering from Northrop University in California which, at the time, was a no-nonsense university. I have worked on advanced fighter aircraft, intercontinental ballistic missiles, antiballistic missiles, and spacecraft. Through my R&D work on the Apollo project (1962-1966), I became totally disgusted by the limitations of rocket technology. I became totally focused on discovering a means of electric propulsion, or flying saucer technology. I had high hopes of uncovering secrets in the work of Tesla and T.T. Brown.

Skipping ahead many years, after ESJ was formed, the first order of business was to evaluate all claims of electro-gravitics in terms of engineering feasibility. It was apparent that T.t. Brown and Agnew Bahnson, Jr. had adequately demonstrated that direct-current electro-gravitic propulsion was not going to be viable. Likewise, John Searle and many others appeared to b little more than wishful thinkers. Claims that the B-2 bomber operated on electro-gravitics principles were equally false. While at Northrop Corporation, I had participated in electrical geodynamics investigations. I knew related research was underway, but it had no application here. In spite of all the hype, electro-gravitics is almost certainly an illusionary construct. Today, proponents of electro-gravitics, rather than explaining observations in terms of established phenomena, which can easily be done, prefer to promote presumptuous hypotheses.

So what has been accomplished? We have decided to turn our attention away from hopes of an electro-gravitic connection and explore other types of electric propulsion. I commend the present effort of Jean-Louis Naudin and others (amateurs in the best sense) to repeat previous investigations and to go beyond. Performing experiments and being objective about the results is an act of bravery. Fair interpretation is a burden of responsibility, since many individuals will blindly follow their predetermined conclusions rather than the facts.

Science evolves through the collection of more information as well as gaining insights into the human thought processes. The effort to discover a means of electric propulsion continues, but are we learning and changing fast enough to avoid self-extinction?

By Richard Hull:

It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my longtime friend and fellow researcher Charles Yost. He lost his fight against pancreatic cancer on 29 March 2005. He left behind two companies and a foundation dedicated to research. He also had family and many friends that loved him dearly.

Charles founded Electric Spacecraft, Inc. (ESI), in the late '80s. In the early '90s he began to publish the Electric Spacecraft Journal (ESJ) as a vehicle for researchers and theorists to share information about work that might impact electric space propulsion.

It was against this backdrop that I received the first issue of ESJ, gratis. I was interested in meeting Charles and arranged to drive down to Leicester, NC, which is a short 20-mile drive northwest of Asheville. We had near instant rapport with each other, as many of our ideas and desires for research were inline. Over the ensuing fifteen years, we took road trips together to a number of conferences and paid visits to each other's labs. Charles and I rarely went more than four to six months without a forma visit of a few days.

One of Charles' most endearing qualities was his love of laughter. Once discovered it led to many humorous moments. Even during experiments we conducted together, we would challenge one another to dovetail a humorous artifact into the work.

Charles was most meticulous and precise, as an engineer is most often seen to be. He was also acutely aware of the needs of others. He designed the research center with the intention of allowing other, less fortunate but inspired, individuals to have a place where they might come and perform simple test of their ideas. His efforts were a bit frustrated in that he never seemed to find the right, serious individuals he was looking for. In the last few years he was somewhat too busy with expansion plans for his larger, money-making interest, Dynamic Systems, Inc. (DSI), to devote his full time and attention to ESI. On my many visits he would bemoan the fact that his dreams for spacecraft research were not progressing at a pace that pleased him.

I think that as far back as 1998 he realized that he would not complete his full plan for Electric Spacecraft during his lifetime. It was about then that he asked me if I would take over should anything happen to him. I responded in the affirmative, but little more was done regarding this critical request until 2003, when he started to actively organize his affairs concerning the transfer he envisioned for ESI/ESJ. On each successive visit Charles seemed a bit more anxious and more focused on research and a smooth transition. I still can't say whether he felt weary or was in ill health, as he always appeared to be the same old Charles I had come to respect and love. I had no inkling of any impending problems until later in 2004 when he was visibly more anxious and reticent on my summer visit. He had shoved the legal transfer into high gear. Even at the New Year's 2005 visit he was rather chipper and laughing a lot.

I was stunned to my very fiber to learn in late January that Charles was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. My heart fell to very slow ebb, and with each week's call to him, I could tell by his voice that my friend was failing. By the time I could arrange a hurried visit in late March, he was almost gone.

I had a last sad and very close visit with my friend for three days in late March. Susan Yost Carswell, managing editor of ESJ, and Charles' wife, Sandee, told me over the phone just prior to my visit that they felt Charles was holding on for my visit. I felt that they were just being kind to me, but once there, I was inclined to really believe them. Charles had a brief two-day rally as lawyers and trust directors gathered about his bed. I feel he needed to have a feeling of closure regarding his earthly affairs, with all his loved ones and trusted friends gathered about him.

Each night during my visit, I would stay at Charles' bedside from about 10:00 pm into the early morning hours, and he would talk, albeit weakly and almost in whispers. Under the influence of the morphine for his pain, he would repeatedly seek my assurance that all would continue with ESI and exhorted me to work with all concerned to stay the course. Sandee and Susan were there to relieve me around 3:00 am each morning so I could sleep.

As I left Sunday morning around 9:00 am, I held my friend's hand for the last time. We both knew it, and each of us was visibly moved. Surprisingly, I did not feel the weak grasp of a dying man, but the firm grasp, on both our parts, of two friends knowing it was the last they would ever communicate with one another in this life. Leaving Charles there was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do in my life, and I will long remember the moment of our parting.

A form of blessed relief for everyone in pain during this sad episode, especially Charles, must certainly have occurred with his passing two days later. He is at rest and peace at last. I will never forget him or abandon his dream as long as I have my faculties and powers.

By Leslee Kulba:

I first met Charles Yost in 1990, when a mutual friend responded to my search for meaningful employment with the introduction. Charles was just starting up a journal to network people who didn't fit the scientific mold, but might have good ideas, anyway. I fit in; I had never pursued an advanced degree in physics due to my philosophical convictions about noncontradiction; particularly when it came to relativity and quantum mechanics. So, imagine my delight when, not long after joining ESI, Charles shared with me a copy of Galilean Electrodynamics.

Charles had the incredible mind it take to be the Renaissance man he was. He would always be reading physics texts or theosophical dissertations by the volumes. I would never cease to be amazed at the notes he would bring me to type in the morning. Whether they were legal documents, machine designs, or physics problems, there would often be philosophical and theological marginal notes that betrayed an unmistakable yearning for peace on earth and good will toward men.

Though it could be said that we were both passionate about understanding the universe and questioning institutional assumptions, Charles and I had extremely different approaches to physics. His willingness to accept fringe ideas often got on my nerves. I fancied myself a draconian Baconian, the last living Newtonian mechanic, a champion of the philosophy that there is no virtue in charlatanry. Charles, however, believed fantasy had a way of inspiring pathways toward greater accomplishments. He had a penchant for magic, myth, and mystery that put him on a par with alchemists and wizards of old. Charles' uncanny intuition was best summed up by his daughter, Susan, when she said his plans were often illogical, but almost always correct. A few times, Charles and I argued over things he wanted to put in the journal until we were both on the verge of tears. I don't know that one of us turned out to be "right" more often than the other.

It used to be fun to talk with Charles about fundamental principles of physics. He told of a deep meditative state he had achieved in which he visited the electron. Everything was before him, but the knowledge was so expansive and intense, he did not know where to start asking questions. So the whole experience remained incomprehensible to him. Charles had his own theory about the electron, which he could never convey to my understanding. He used to say all electrons were a window into another dimension. We also argued a lot about dimensions. He always seemed to be putting a spin on the topic that I thought was irrelevant. His favorite bone of contention with me was his argument that there was no time. I can only assume he's got it all figured out now.

One of the things I most respected about Charles was his meekness. He absolutely refused to print anything negative. More importantly, non-imposition was as fundamental a tenet to Charles as noncontradiction was to me. Charles' strong feelings against man's inhumanity to man caused him to have zero tolerance for the application of technology to destructive purposes. Though the journal received many papers about "death rays' and other warheads, we would never print them. Charles understood well the connection between knowledge and responsibility. On his death bed, he said it was probably best that he did not figure out a mechanism for electric propulsion, as prevailing mentalities would surely figure out a way to use it to more efficiently destroy each other.

Perhaps Charles' most outstanding quality was his generosity. He was always inviting people to visit his laboratory, and hardly a person left with empty arms. I am most grateful to Charles for giving me a paycheck to sit around and figure out what I thought were sensible explanations for electromagnetic phenomena. Researching pace weather and reading the words of Tesla were two other great ways to earn a living. We are only now learning of ways in which Charles contributed silently to the research efforts of many.

By Susan Yost:

I've been sorting through many of my father's personal effects these past few months and learning new things about him in the process. For example, my whole life I believed my father was an atheist, but in fact, he believed in a Creator. He even prayed. He would often write out his thoughts on loose pieces of paper or in notebooks. Topics circled around whatever happened to be perplexing him at the moment whether it be the nature of the atom, the intricacies of human relationships, or the economic socio-political state of the world. He maintained a universal perspective of things, always considering the individual parts in relation to the whole. As an engineer, he was adept at extremely detailed thinking, but it was in the after-hour musings when he really let his mind open up to the great philosophical questions of creation, time, the universe and religion.

Charles didn't discount any belief system. His points of contention lay with people of selfish motivation. He was a generous, open-minded and accepting man who helped many people, directly and indirectly, while he pursued a dream to build a better spacecraft.

In 1967 he started a manufacturing business primarily to generate income for his electrical research. Today that company employs 30 people and provides support for their families as well as his own. The company produces a cushion product he invented that improves the health and safety of its users.

In 1990, he founded Electric Spacecraft, Inc. and began publishing ESJ as an avenue of expression for himself and others interested in exploring areas of science related to electric propulsion. His goal was to connect garage tinkerers, amateur experimenters, and armchair theorists scattered around the globe and attempt to combine their efforts so that they might begin to make progress toward discovering a more efficient means of space travel.

In the last two years of his life, Charles made his last contribution to science by establishing the Research Center Trust and the Sunlight Foundation. The objective of both of these organizations is to ensure that research into the mysteries of the natural world would continue through others with goals similar to his. The mission statement of the Foundation states that it is ". to enable and assist all phases of individual research in the natural and physical sciences . [seeking] the pursuit of knowledge and understanding only where the motive is compatible with natural ecological balances and peaceful human coexistence." ESJ is a small but vital part of this larger vision. Dissemination of ideas, experiments and results through publication is one of many ways the Foundation hopes to accomplish its mission.

In the weeks before he died, Dad told me that he had always considered himself a servant, that he was put on this Earth for the purpose of using his knowledge and his skills to help others. He wanted to create an environment where people were constantly learning and growing. I told him he more than achieved that goal.

After the events of 9/11, the memoirs of this exceedingly optimistic man began to reveal disappointment in the human race, questioning its ultimate destiny and the futility of man's existence. Charles was in awe that over the span of centuries, mankind repeatedly chose the path of destruction and self-importance over helping each other to build a better world. In spite of this, he continued to persevere.

In my younger days, I admit, I often thought Dad was selfish, sacrificing family needs to attend to business or to isolate himself in the lab. But I was too close to the parts to see the whole. Looking back, I understand that a great deal of his life was spent orchestrating and building the different entities which came together in the end to secure a future for those he cared about most - his family, his employees, his peers and the promising minds of the generations to come.

As part of the Research Center Trust, I and 8 others have been given the task of maintaining the balance: to keep his business alive and strong, to care for his family and to protect the land from overdevelopment. Above all, we are to uphold our duty to create an environment conducive to learning and growing by encouraging intelligent, honest, open-minded people to work together and to willingly share ideas that will somehow further the evolution of mankind in a more positive direction. "When you come to the finishing line, you realize what is really important - taking care of people." - CAY

Publications:

  • Human Survival in Aircraft Emergencies, (NASA CR-1262), National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Springfield, VA (1969) 55pp. (B0006CCTAQ).

Journals Edited by Dr. Charles A. Yost



Name: Electric Spacecraft Journal
Editors: Richard L. Hull (Executive Editor), Leslee A. Kulba (Technical Editor), Dr. Charles A. Yost (Founder)
ISSN: 1067-7399
Status: Active
Founded: 1991
Website: www.electricspacecraft.com/journal.htm
Contact Name: Leslee A. Kulba
Email: contact@electricspacecraft.com
Address:322 Sunlight Drive
Leicester, NC 28748
United States
Telephone: 828-683-0313
Description:

The Electric Spacecraft Journal is a journal of individual exploratory research, publishing articles by amateurs and professionals from the fields of engineering, physics, education and science. Most contributors also participate in the Network. We strive to present alternative concepts and combine research efforts to work toward a common goal: making achievable "quantum leaps" in space travel.

Electric Spacecraft, Inc. is a network of interactive researchers from around the world seeking electrodynamic propulsion techniques for space travel by questioning assumptions and testing the limits of institutionalized science. Garage tinkerers, armchair philosophers, and university physicists are invited to share objective data and well-reasoned hypotheses offering new insights into the nature of electrostatics, electromagnetics, atomic physics, gravity and inertia, and energy. ESI's Electric Spacecraft Journal, provides a forum for thought-provoking submissions to be read and debunked or expanded upon by others in the network.


Books by Dr. Charles A. Yost



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The Tesla Experiment: Lightning and Earth Electrical Resonance

by Dr. Charles A. Yost

Pages: 38
Publisher: Tesla Book Company
Year: 1983
ISBN: B000714NIW

Websites: www.electricspacecraft.com www.amazon.com/Tesla-Experiment-Lightning-Electrical-Resonance/dp/B000714NIW/ref=wl_it_dp?ie=UTF8&coliid=I1XRT2DKDG16UD&colid=1474UGHYBLDL0
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Description

In 1983 Charles Yost claimed to have replicated Tesla's discovery of lightning-induced standing waves in the spherically conducting terrestrial transmission line. This a first-hand account of the author's investigation of the signatures generated by natural atmospheric electrical discharges. It documents a successful attempt to find evidence of terrestrial resonance as Tesla claimed to have done in Colorado Springs in 1899.

Papers by Dr. Charles A. Yost



Electrostatic Concentric Field Generator Experiments

(1991)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 1, pp. 27-33
Keywords: electrostatic concentric field generator, electrostatics, experiment, high voltage

Lookup: electrostatics (3), experiment (56), field (99), generator (14), voltage (6), electrostatic (5), high (9)

Abstract:

Yost designed his own version of a concentric field generator, or a device that charges with a radial gradient. It consisted of a rotating Plexiglas disc with twelve metallic segments. Static charge could be increased by grounding the brushes, spinning the disc in a magnetic field, or increasing the number of segments.




Flying into Orbit

(1991)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Leslee A. Kulba
322 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; lkulba@electricspacecraft.com, (828) 683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 2, pp. 27-32
Keywords: aerodynamics, drag, energy requirement, escape velocity, lift, power requirement

Lookup: drag (4), energy (303), velocity (55), power (15)

Abstract:

This article describes the energy required to reach earth's escape velocity. A simple analysis is given, ignoring the many losses and complications that accompany the present state of technology.



Can Hot Surfaces Be Cooled Electrically?

(1991)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 2, pp. 25-26
Keywords: air friction, charged air cooling, electrical cooling

Lookup: drag (4), energy (303), velocity (55), power (15), electrical (9), charged (10)

Abstract:

An article published in the October 27, 1969 issue of Design News indicated that a charged air spray could effectively cool hot surfaces. The technology has potential for application in the aviation and aerospace industries, as even in rarefied atmospheres, air friction can heat vehicle surfaces to temperatures in the thousands of degrees.



T. T. Brown and the Bahnson Lab Experiments

(1991)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 2, pp. 6-12
Keywords: Biefeld-Brown, T. T. Brown, canopy, electrogravitics, electrokinetics, ion wind, levitation

Lookup: electrogravitics (3), levitation (2), brown (4), wind (3)

Abstract:

Yost reviews the notebooks of Agnew Bahnson and T. T. Brown. The notes mention a variety of experiments evolved to verify theories of electrogravitic lift.



Electric Propulsion Research: A 1991 Review Including United States Air Force Reports

(1992)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 3, pp. 37-39
Keywords: energy, flow, evolution

Lookup: energy (303), evolution (13), flow (2)

Abstract:

The following represents formal report information on electrogravitics that has been received by ESJ up to December 1991.



Dipolar Force Field Propulsion System

(1992)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
James E. Cox
PO Box 71151, Reno, NV 89570-1151, United States; bootstrapcox@yahoo.com, (775) 453-3586
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 5, pp. 11-13
Keywords: dipolar force, Hall effect, polarized particles, polarized rotation, synchronized polar alignment

Lookup: physics (44), force (74), particle (38), effect (63), rotation (22), hall (4)

Abstract:

In US Patent #4,663,932, dated May 12, 1987, James E. Cox describes a method for alternating magnetic and electric fields to spin polarized particles. He concludes that electrically-neutral, polarized gases can be accelerated for thrust. The mechanism has been likened to the Hall effect.



The Chukanov Plasma Ball

(1992)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 6, pp. 26-29
Keywords: plasma balls, synthetic ball lightning

Lookup: physics (44), force (74), particle (38), effect (63), rotation (22), hall (4), ball (3), lightning (5), plasma (17)

Abstract:

One of the highlights of the 1992 Third International Ball Lightning Symposium was the interesting and impressive demonstration of what Dr. Kiril Chukanov and Mr. Genco Genov termed ?ball lightning.?



Ball Lightning Conference

(1992)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 6, pp. 23-25
Keywords: ball lightning, fireballs, International Symposium on Ball Lightning

Lookup: ball lightning (3), ball (3), lightning (5)

Abstract:

The Third International Symposium on Ball Lightning was held at the University of California ? Los Angeles, July 28-30, 1992. A small and informal gathering was designed to report and focus on the phenomenon of ball lightning.



Princeton Electric Propulsion Research

(1992)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 6, pp. 8-17
Keywords: electrodynamic propulsion, ion propulsion, MPD, magnetoplasmadynamics, plasma, thrust

Lookup: plasma (17), propulsion (15), electrodynamic (10)

Abstract:

Following are excerpts from Princeton University?s Electric Propulsion Laboratory research reports. This cursory introduction to the material is intended to convey an idea of the research scope, methodology, detail, and specific problem areas of Magneto Plasma Dynamic (MPD) thrusters.



Electrostatic Longitudinal Waves: The Tesla/Kovac RF Rectifier and the Making of Electrostatics

(1993)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 8, pp. 7-13
Keywords: charge oscillation, charge transfer, earth resonance, electric fields, longitudinal electric waves, RF, rectification, Tesla, wiggle wand, propulsion

Lookup: tesla (32), propulsion (15), electric (45), fields (36), earth (34), resonance (6), waves (40), charge (49), longitudinal (7)

Abstract:

The possibility that Nikola Tesla may have used high-voltage radio frequencies in conjunction with electrostatic fields to transmit power continues to grow.



Speculations Related to Electric Field Propulsion

(1993)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 10, pp. 25-32
Keywords: aether, antigravity, T. T. Brown, electrogravitics, fields, John Hutchison, longitudinal electric wave, propulsion

Lookup: fields (36), aether (102), antigravity (11), propulsion (15), electrogravitics (3), john (3), electric (45), wave (35), longitudinal (7), brown (4)

Abstract:

Electric field propulsion and efforts to prove that a relationship exists between electric and gravitational fields have not been accomplished. Our interpretations of gravity, mass, electrical charge and the meaning of dimensions need closer investigation if electric field propulsion is to be developed. In this article, the longitudinal electric wave is viewed as a factor necessary for developing field propulsion, and experiments are suggested in order to establish the existence and properties of such a wave.



The Sectorless Wimshurst Electrostatic Generator

(1994)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 11, pp. 15-18
Keywords: Richard Ford, Wimshurst generator

Lookup: fields (36), aether (102), antigravity (11), propulsion (15), electrogravitics (3), john (3), electric (45), wave (35), longitudinal (7), brown (4), generator (14)

Abstract:

Charles A. Yost and Richard A. Ford have developed a 12-inch diameter sectorless Wimshurst generator capable of creating 12-inch sparks. With appropriate rigging, the generator becomes an inexpensive source of very steady, high-voltage current, with many uses for educators and experimenters.



Longitudinal Electrodynamic Wave Experiments

(1994)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 12, pp. 18-19
Keywords: longitudinal electrostatic waves, wiggle wand

Lookup: fields (36), aether (102), antigravity (11), propulsion (15), electrogravitics (3), john (3), electric (45), wave (35), longitudinal (7), brown (4), generator (14), waves (40), electrostatic (5), longitudinal (7)

Abstract:

This article describes continued electrostatic experiments using a charged plastic rod, called the ?wiggle wand,? which add to experiments conducted in 1993. This continuation was prompted by a Russian patent application (see article this issue page 20) provided to Yost at the Institute for New Energy?s conference in Denver in May 1994.



A Talk with John Searl

(1994)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 12, pp. 6-11
Keywords: John Searl, Searl levity disk

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Abstract:

The purpose of this article is to clarify the description of the Searl levity disk design as most recently related directly by John R. R. Searl in personal conversations, to the Institute for New Energy (INE) conference audience in Denver, and in his Book 4.



The Alzofon Papers: Gravity Control

(1994)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 13, pp. 7-14
Keywords: experiment, gravity, gravity modification

Lookup: gravity (124), experiment (56), modification (2)

Abstract:

Experiments have been performed with sophisticated laboratory equipment which provide encouraging results in support of a theory that gravity can be regionally modified around an object. These experiments are based upon the theory of Dr. Frederick E. Alzofon. This paper presents a review of the published work of Dr. Alzofon; however, the extensive mathematical derivations of the original papers have not been included.



Electrostatic Force Flow Visualization

(1995)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 16, pp. 7-19
Keywords: coherent thread, corona, electron theory, high-voltage, ion flow, schlieren imagery

Lookup: theory (173), electron (46), voltage (6), high (9), flow (2)

Abstract:

Yost examines the discharge from the electrodes of a DSI Wimshurst generator. Schlieren imaging reveals a coherent thread constantly emanating from charged, pointed negative electrodes, and cumulus puffs at the negative electrode upon discharge. Corona effects of different-shaped cathodes and anodes are observed in the dark under a microscope.



Electrostatic Force Experiments

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 18, pp. 32-37
Keywords: charge transfer, E-field, electrostatic inflation, electrostatic spin, electrostatics, ionization transmission, jumping chain, levitation, propulsion, polarization transmission, wiggle wand

Lookup: electrostatics (3), propulsion (15), levitation (2), field (99), charge (49), electrostatic (5), polarization (6), spin (14), e (4), ionization (3), transmission (6)

Abstract:

Charles A. Yost presents some ideas of how electrostatics might produce propulsion. The only other forces recognized in this paper are those experienced from acceleration and gravity. In other words, this article is limited to the Newtonian forces.



Fringe Science Conferences

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 18, pp. 18-20
Keywords: IANS, International Symposium on New Energy, SSE, Society for Scientific Exploration

Lookup: electrostatics (3), propulsion (15), levitation (2), field (99), charge (49), electrostatic (5), polarization (6), spin (14), e (4), ionization (3), transmission (6), new (119), energy (303), scientific (5)

Abstract:

Yost attended two conferences which, combined, covered the wide field known as fringe science ? from overunity devices and Tesla speculations to alien visitation and the paranormal. He has attended such gatherings since 1984, both as a presenter and a spectator. Despite being an engineer and a practitioner of hard science, Yost has been venturing out onto the fringe since he was a teenager. His explorations have encompassed the metaphysical and the spiritual to a degree that has embedded strong positive impressions of this reality. The two conferences reviewed here shared much the same outlook and mindset, but were handled quite differently.



T. Townsend Brown Notebooks

(1996)

Townsend Brown
United States, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Townsend_Brown
Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 18, pp. 13-17
Keywords: electrogravitics, flying saucer, gravity, T. T. Brown

Lookup: gravity (124), electrogravitics (3), brown (4)

Abstract:

Charles Yost offers excerpts from the 1955 to 1977 lab notebooks of T. Townsend Brown (1905-1985).



IANS Conference Summary

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 19, pp. 32-36
Keywords: Correa, gravitomagnetics, hydrosonic pump, IANS, International Symposium on New Energy, pulsed abnormal glow discharge, overunity, Patterson power cell

Lookup: overunity (2), new (119), energy (303), power (15), discharge (8), cell (5), pulsed (3), abnormal (2), glow (2)

Abstract:

ESJ editor, Charles A. Yost, travelled to Denver, Colorado earlier this year to attend the Third International Symposium on New Energy, sponsored by the International Association for New Science. In ESJ 18, brief synopses of his impressions of some of the lectures were presented. In this issue, we summarize selected papers taken from the conference proceedings.



ESA Conference Summary

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 19, pp. 28-31

Abstract:

ESJ editor, Charles A. Yost, travelled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin earlier this year to attend the 24th Annual Meeting of the Electrostatics Society of America. This article offers summaries of some of the presentations and general impressions of the conference. The photo above shows attendees asking questions of Glenn Schmieg following his presentation.



Electric Propulsion Patents 1928-1995

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 19, pp. 16-27
Keywords: T. T. Brown, electric propulsion, electrokinetics, flying machines, Ernest Okress, patents, propulsion, James F. Woodward

Lookup: propulsion (15), electric (45), brown (4)

Abstract:

Edited abstracts of patents related to electric propulsion are summarized. The report begins with patents grated to T. T. Brown for a gravitro-electric motion machine and ends with a summary of some of the latest vehicle designs for electric space flight. These patents are in the ESJ files.



Thoughts on Electromagnetics

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Leslee A. Kulba
322 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; lkulba@electricspacecraft.com, (828) 683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 19, pp. 6-15
Keywords: accelerating charge, causality, electromagnetic theory, LBPH, light propagation, location of charge, Maxwell?s equations, permeability, permittivity, phase of B and E, radiation

Lookup: radiation (40), electromagnetic theory (3), permittivity (2), causality (3), maxwell?s equations (3), light propagation (3), theory (173), light (157), electromagnetic (46), equations (52), charge (49), maxwell?s (6), e (4), propagation (8), phase (4), accelerating (2)

Abstract:

With the ESJ Forum, we present differing views on a selected topic. The contributors are often far more knowledgeable about the subject than we are at ESJ. But, even the most knowledgeable have different opinions, and we expect the forum to generate much critical argument. It is our hope that by including such diverse views, we will facilitate interactive learning and understanding. In this issue, the discussion centers on commentary about electromagnetics that was sparked by ESJ 18.



Electric Field Propulsion Concepts from Independent Researchers

(1997)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 22, pp. 24-32
Keywords: acoustic propulsion, T. T. Brown, charge deposition, coherent thread, levitation, longitudinal waves, pulsed electrostatic fields, Tesla, Wardenclyffe, wiggle wand

Lookup: tesla (32), longitudinal waves (2), levitation (2), fields (36), waves (40), propulsion (15), charge (49), electrostatic (5), longitudinal (7), brown (4), pulsed (3)

Abstract:

Twenty-four poster papers were presented to NASA at the Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop, August 12-13, 1997. One paper presented materials submitted by various ESJ networkers pertaining to the use of interactive electrodynamic fields for propulsion. According to one concept, pulsed electrostatic potential waves would be generated and transmitted in longitudinal form from the surface of electrodes. Intense, nonlinear, polarizing waves would thereby extend into the surrounding space, and it is possible that a precision system could pulse, phase and direct them to develop reaction forces on surrounding objects, media and space fields.



Red and Green Energy

(1997)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Leslee A. Kulba
322 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; lkulba@electricspacecraft.com, (828) 683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Dr. Peter Graneau
205 Holden Wood Road, Concord, MA 01742, United States; petergraneau@aol.com, (978) 369-7936
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 22, pp. 12-13
Keywords: relative definitions, location of energy, multiparticle analyses, potential energy

Lookup: energy (303), relative (11), potential (25), definitions (3)

Abstract:

The following summarizes ideas presented by Peter Graneau at the Northeast Regional Meeting of the Natural Philosophy Alliance at the University of Connecticut ? Storrs. Sign conventions for energy and forces in electrostatics and electrodynamics present paradoxes which may be resolved with minor changes to classical perspectives.



NASA Explores Space Travel Concepts

(1998)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 23, pp. 20-38
Keywords: alternative propulsion, Breakthrough Propulsion Workshop, Casimir effect, gravity, inertial electrostatic confinement, Marc Millis, NASA, rotating superconductors, tunneling, warp drive, zero-point en

Lookup: gravity (124), nasa (2), casimir effect (3), effect (63), alternative (4), drive (2), propulsion (15), electrostatic (5), inertial (35), point (20), zero (16), superconductors (2), casimir (3), breakthrough (2), confinement (3)

Abstract:

NASA?s first Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop took place August 12-14, 1997 at NASA?s Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, OH. It was organized by Marc Millis to survey revolutionary concepts for space travel. An outline of the proceedings and summaries of the papers presented follows.



Analysis of Don Kelly's Magnet Drop Tests

(1997)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Donald A. Kelly
1226 Jasmine Way, Clearwater, FL 33756, United States, (727) 446-0480, amasci.com/freenrg/seaback.html
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 25, pp. 28-29
Keywords: error analysis, experiment, experimental error, gravitomagnetics, gravity, plates

Lookup: gravity (124), experiment (56), analysis (5), experimental (6)

Abstract:

The following report summarizes an analysis of the magnet plate drop test data provided by Don Kelly. It indicates that significantly slower drop times can be produced by a falling plate being tilted such that one edge will impact first, delaying the time at which the impact switch will be triggered. In addition, there are a number of variables not isolated that could cause widely scattered data. To this extent, the experiment needs to be more tightly controlled. The slower drop times reported by Kelly, as a result do not establish a magnetic-gravitational interaction.



Gravity Drop Experiments with Magnet Plates

(1997)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Leslee A. Kulba
322 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; lkulba@electricspacecraft.com, (828) 683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 25, pp. 27
Keywords: experiment, gravitomagnetics, gravity, plates

Lookup: gravity (124), experiment (56)

Abstract:

Don Kelly has measured the falling times of flat plates containing various arrangements of magnets. His results indicated that magnetic plates fall mores slowly than nonmagnetic plates. This is a summary by ESJ of the magnet drop experiment results provided by Don Kelly.



Morton Experiment: Report #1

(2000)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 30, pp. 14-17
Keywords: electric propulsion, experiment, thrust

Lookup: experiment (56), electric (45), propulsion (15)

Abstract:

In ESJ 29 (pp. 6-8), Charles Morton described experiments he conducted in which he was getting thrust from a simple LC circuit with a spark gap. Some crude initial experiments were performed in the Electric Spacecraft laboratories to investigate possible causes of the observed thrust and how it might be increased.



Electric Weather Forces

(2001)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 32, pp. 11-18
Keywords: Colorado Springs, earth resonance, lightning, longitudinal electric waves, Ogawa, Tesla, weather control

Lookup: tesla (32), lightning (5), electric (45), control (2), earth (34), resonance (6), waves (40), longitudinal (7), colorado (2), springs (2), weather (2)

Abstract:

In spite of earth?s immense size, lightning signature data is shown to have voltage pulses at periods coincident with harmonics of earth?s diameter. This suggests that the earth behaves like a giant dipole antenna. Nikola Tesla concluded this from his studies of lightning electrical wave nodes at Colorado Springs in 1899.



A Proposed Electrodynamic Thrusting Mechanism

(2002)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 33, pp. 22
Keywords: lifters, space charge, thrusting mechanism

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Abstract:

Probable charges are mapped to provide one explanation for lifter forces.



Naudin?s Lifter Phenomenon

(2002)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 33, pp. 18-21
Keywords: asymmetrical capacitors, Biefeld-Brown effect, levitation, lifters, T. T. Brown

Lookup: levitation (2), effect (63), capacitors (4), brown (4)

Abstract:

Lifters are devices capable of lifting their own weight. They are a ?modern version? of the Townsend Brown electrokinetic apparatus. The lifters are using the Biefeld-Brown effect to levitate. A basic lifter cell is composed of three Townsend Brown asymmetrical capacitors joined so as to form a triangle assembly. There has been much debate about the cause of the phenomenon.



Electric Forces Applied to Basic Weather Phenomena

(1992)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com
Keywords: Electric Force, Weather

Lookup: weather (2), electric force (4), electric (45), force (74)

Abstract:

In Proceedings of the 15th International Aerospace Conference on Lightning and Static Electricity (Atlantic City, NJ). U.S.



Electric Weather Forces: A Tesla Vision

(1984)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com

Tesla 84: Proceedings of the Tesla Centennial Symposium , pp. 77-88


1984, Tesla Centennial Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, United States
Keywords: Weather, Force, Tesla

Lookup: force (74), tesla (32), weather (2)




High Voltage Concentric Field Generator Design

(1990)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com

Proceedings of the 1990 International Tesla Symposium , pp. 5:85-106


1990, 1990 International Tesla Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, United States
Keywords: High Voltage, Concentric Field, Generator

Lookup: generator (14), field (99), voltage (6), high (9)




Electric Space Craft Propulsion

(1996)

Dr. Charles A. Yost
73 Sunlight Drive, Leicester, NC 28748, United States; cay@electricspacecraft.com, 828-683-0313, www.electricspacecraft.com

Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on New Energy


1996, 3rd International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, CO, United States
Keywords: Magnetic Propulsion, Antigravity

Lookup: antigravity (11), magnetic propulsion (4), magnetic (55), propulsion (15)


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