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Charles L. Morton
Charles L. Morton (Abstracts)
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  • Morton Experiment: Report #2 (2000) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    Charles Morton has contributed additional thoughts and details about his thruster experiments. These are essentially printed verbatim in this summary of new material. Some statements are unclear in meaning and consistency of dimensional units. We have left it to the reader to pursue these discrepancies.

  • The Morton Electric Thruster (1999) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    Charles Morton has contributed numerous thoughts, comments, and descriptions of his experiments to ESJ over the years. His propulsion concepts are simple and worthy of careful investigation. In some respects, his concepts compare to those of Townsend Brown, but it is clear that Morton has introduced original ideas. The ESJ Lab is planning to set up Morton?s experiments and would like to hear from network experimenters interested in contributing knowledge and/or time toward what we shall call the ?Morton Project.? The experiments are to be done in collaboration with Mr. Morton, and the results will be published.

  • Aluminum Dust Experiments (1996) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    Effects of applying RF, microwaves, and DC currents to metal dust are investigated.

  • Morton?s Space Drive (1992) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    Charles L.  Morton outlines a series of high-voltage experiments and suggests some kind of resonant pulse emission that produces thrust. The thrust levels cause light motions of a device suspended in pendular fashion. He says a steady thrust was finally achieved in his experiments.