Jonathan W Campbell

Recently a U.S. patent {518} on a thrusting capacitor, by Campbell, has been issued and assigned to the U.S. Government (NASA), and made available for commercial licensing. The patent write-up states that thrust from capacitors is well known, but has been too small to be practical. The patent purports to remedy that impracticality. A version of the NASA device has been replicated by the Naudin researchers also. So an adaptation of Brown's work has been patented by the U.S. government with intentions of licensing. This would appear to validate much of Brown's approach and efforts.

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