Magnetic spaceship and plasma for space travel.

Before the sun lit, a long time ago, it was small like the moon, built of basi­cally the same mate­r­ial as the moon, cos­mic dust. It grew quickly to the size of the Earth still out of the same cos­mic dust as the moon and Earth are built from. As it grew it became pos­si­ble to with­hold ele­ments in a gaseous form as the Earth and larger plan­ets do. It still grew, hold­ing lighter and lighter gasses. As it grew the atmos­pheric pres­sures turned gasses to liq­uids. It got so big the force of grav­ity caused so much fric­tion it got hot and began to burn.
Now it burns and as the mate­r­ial burns it is released in the state of plasma. So in my mind the plasma has to be the same mate­r­ial as the sun was made of. Just as lead, gold, rock etc. falls from the sky in the form of solids, it blasts off the sun in the form of plasma. Each ele­ment we have stud­ied so far has four states that we know of; solid, liq­uid, gas and plasma.
Some or all this plasma is mag­netic. As it passes the moon some of it hits the moon and some passes by. The Earth is mag­netic so it attracts a lot of plasma that would not hit it if it was not mag­netic. There is a story of how the Earth’s mag­net­ism pro­tects us from the plasma. I, Trevor HM Cooper, must dis­agree. The Earth’s mag­ne­tos­phere does pro­duce the Aurora Bore­alis by suck­ing the plasma in towards the poles. What pro­tects us from the plasma is the atmos­phere. The plasma is com­ing at us at 27,000 degrees hot. When the plasma hits the atmos­phere, the heat is absorbed by the atmos­phere. The colour­ful bore­alis is the burn­ing of the atmos­phere. (In my under­stand­ing) As the plasma cools it returns to a gas before it hits land, or us. Dif­fer­ent ele­ments con­tinue to cool to a liq­uid when still above the sur­face. Some of the ele­ments still con­tinue to cool and becomes a solid and set­tles as a dust on the land.
When the plasma approaches the mag­netic space­ship it is sucked into the Plas­ma­Core were there is no atmos­phere to absorb the heat. So the Plas­ma­Core will fill with 27,000 degree hot plasma. We need to cover the ends of the Plas­ma­Core with semi-permeable mem­brane. (Not shown in the video) We must cool it. As it is packed into the Plas­ma­Core, will the pres­sure com­pact it into a gas like we do with oxy­gen? When we pack oxy­gen into a con­tainer it liq­ue­fies. Will the plasma become a gas just by con­cen­trat­ing it in the Plas­ma­Core. What hap­pens to the heat? We must deal with the heat, col­lect­ing the energy, con­vert it to elec­tric­ity, or dis­perse it. When the plasma returns to a gas, we can use the gas to pro­duce thrust sim­ply by allow­ing it to escape in a con­trolled fash­ion.
We can also col­lect the gas for study pur­poses. Cool it to a liq­uid to study. Cool it to a solid to study and col­lect­ing energy, in the form of elec­tric­ity, at each stage along the way. We can then wire the elec­tric­ity back into the mini mag­ne­tos­phere to con­trol its strength.
I have men­tioned, some ware, how the spin of the first three floors around the Plas­ma­Core and the outer two floors spin­ning in the oppo­site direc­tion around the first three floors, pro­duces sta­bil­ity. It also pro­duces mag­net­ism, hav­ing things like cop­per, lead, and oth­ers ele­ments within the space­ship. We will also har­ness the mag­net­ism to col­lect elec­tric­ity. We plan to use elec­tric­ity col­lected from cool­ing the plasma to enhance the mag­net­ism of the space­ship, col­lect­ing more plasma from the sur­round­ing space, allow­ing us to go either way.
We also use mag­net­ism, via MAGlev tech­nol­ogy, (See Japan­ese Trains) to con­nect the Plas­ma­Core to the first three floors and outer two floors and the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tion all together. Even robotic arm will also travel along mag­netic tracks.
What we end up with is a mag­netic space­ship. If Mars and Venus were still stars, we would have a Mag­netic Star ship. But ‘to the stars’ is not planned for this gen­er­a­tion, in this ship. That is for the next gen­er­a­tion
The Plas­ma­Core was designed by the peo­ple who were look­ing for the God Par­ti­cle. We need a minia­ture Hadron Col­lider. In the video, we show the Plas­ma­Core with red. It is the hol­low cen­ter of the space­ship, shown with­out the semi-permeable mem­brane cover, in the video. We left one meter for the wiring and hard­ware of the tech­nol­ogy needed to move the plasma from one end to out the other. The Plas­ma­Core is 10 meters in diam­e­ter. This is why we want to con­trol the mag­net­ism of the whole space­ship, want­ing to turn it down when expelling the plasma to pro­duce thrust. Then turn up the mag­net­ism to col­lect more Plasma, always keep­ing the mini mag­ne­tos­phere strong enough to pro­tect the liv­ing within.
Under­stand, we may want the mag­net­ism turned down most of the time because we are col­lect­ing TOO much plasma. We may want the mag­net­ism turned up all the way, most of the time, to col­lect as much plasma as pos­si­ble. We have never done this before and MUST be pre­pared for all pos­si­bil­i­ties. We may need to turn up the mag­net­ism as we travel fur­ther from the source, the sun, to be sure we col­lect enough plasma to manoeu­vre the space­ship.
I you have read this and are going to make a com­ment, use words like Plas­ma­Core, mag­net­ism or star ship so I know you read the arti­cle and not just com­ment­ing with­out read­ing it.


  1. That big of an issue? With a lit­tle nuclear war end­ing life on Earth, a comet smash­ing into this planet caus­ing mass extinc­tion. Humans get­ting off this beau­ti­ful planet will be a great evo­lu­tion­ary leap. Every thing in this bolg is a BUG ISSUE.

  2. We started by show­ing every one what the Heavy Lift Vehi­cle (Rocket) will look like at then we showed every one what the six used rock­ets will look when attached cleaned and ren­o­vated at Then we added to allow peo­ple to con­tact us as you did.

  3. Yes you can back­link to us, any arti­cle or page you want.

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