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Subject: How does a DST work?

Date: Sat Apr 25 17:56:35 1998
Posted by Charles Boehm
Grade level: 10-12
School: homeschooled
City: Sapulpa State/Province: OK
Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
ID: 893544995.Ph

I recently heard of a device called a DST that uses gyroscopic forces to create reactionless lateral motion, but was informed that the  few people who built one of these simple devices were denied credibility and a pattent.  Does this deviice work? The idea makes sense but has anyone ever tried it out?  If you are unsure, plese give me as much information on it  that you can find so II can experiment with the idea myself.  If it works, I promise to thank you  publicly when my face is in a  paper.

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