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James E. Cox
"Jim"
bootstrapcox@yahoo.com
Tel: (775) 453-3586

PO Box 71151
Reno, NV 89570-1151
United States

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Cox, James E.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/James_Cox)

Interests: Gravity
Nationality: USA

Edited Journals:
AntiGravity News and Space Drive Technology

Abstracts Online:
1992Dipolar Force Field Propulsion System
1992Toroidal Spark Gap Engine
1994Toroidal Spark Gap Engine Tests

Event Attendence:
2000-06-24AntiGravity Research ConferenceConference
1999-06-27Reno Antigravity ConferenceConference


Journals Edited by James E. Cox



Name: AntiGravity News and Space Drive Technology
Editors: James E. Cox, Ronald J. Kita
Status: Discontinued
Founded: 1997
Ended: 1999
Website: www.padrak.com/agn
Contact Name: James E. Cox
Address:PO Box 71151
Reno, NV 89570-1151
United States
Telephone: (775) 323-5796 ext. 127
Description:

AntiGravity News and Space Drive Technology reports and networks on research and data in the antigravity fields, and researchs and promotes the experiments that will eventually lead to development of practical antigravity propulsion systems that can be used to alliviate the problems of current transportation systems. AGN publishes a lengthy bi-monthly technical review and newsletter concerning antigravity history, research, data, and results, since July 1997.

A bimonthly newsletter published by J. E. Cox Enterprise, the newsletter's Table of Contents for all of the issues and some complete text files are at the AGN website at www.padrak.com/agn/. At $36 per year for U.S. and $48 per year foreign, this newsletter became a leading publication in the strange, politically un-popular, and developing world of antigravity. Ron Kita phone 215-345-0461.


Papers by James E. Cox



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.



Toroidal Spark Gap Engine

(1992)

James E. Cox
PO Box 71151, Reno, NV 89570-1151, United States; bootstrapcox@yahoo.com, (775) 453-3586
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 5, pp. 6-10
Keywords: do-it-yourself, launching device, toroidal spark gap engine

Lookup: physics (44), force (74), particle (38), effect (63), rotation (22), hall (4), toroidal (3), device (2)

Abstract:

Large electromagnetic thrusts in air can be obtained from the discharge of advanced capacitors into a toroidal spark gap engine (TSGE). Details of how to build a small model are presented. A fully-developed, air-breathing TSGE pulse-jet could launch a small delta wing vehicle into earth orbit, powered from a concentrated solar beam generator located and operating already in Barstow, California. Many technical issues must be addressed, such as thermal management, the existence of waste solar heat on the vehicle, and improving engine performance.



Toroidal Spark Gap Engine Tests

(1994)

James E. Cox
PO Box 71151, Reno, NV 89570-1151, United States; bootstrapcox@yahoo.com, (775) 453-3586
Electric Spacecraft Journal, No. 11, pp. 26-29
Keywords: electrodynamic pulse, high-voltage discharge, plasma generation, toroidal spark gap engine

Lookup: physics (44), force (74), particle (38), effect (63), rotation (22), hall (4), toroidal (3), device (2), plasma (17), toroidal (3), voltage (6), electrodynamic (10), generation (9), discharge (8), high (9), pulse (2)

Abstract:

James E. Cox tested and videotaped the forces generated by his six-gap toroidal spark engine. He found it created a short-lived, high-pressure plasma pulse capable of producing dramatic effects. This is a continuation of his work which was presented in ESJ 5 (?Toroidal Spark Gap Engine,? pp. 6-10).

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