How CID works
Close up of magnet rotors orbit
In this test, the trust is pointed straight up.
No magnets on rotor running at very high RPM. no gyroscopic precession.
CID moves forward against the torque of the rope, power is turned off and then unwinds releasing the potenial energy that was stored in the rope.
Full video with sound 24 mins.
CID is covered in plastic to stop any reaction of the rotors with the air, like a propeller on a plane.
CID is suspended from the ceiling, a laser is pointing at a string. This is the zero mark. CID is turned on and it pulls to one side and stays, CID is turned off and on and each time it pulls to one side but never oscillates back and forth over the zero mark.
In this experiment, we have tapped in all the rotors on CID. As you can see there is no gyroscopic precession.