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22 November 2014


Memorandum on acquisition of exclusive rights to know-how
"Unitsky General Planetary Vehicle"

The owner of the exclusive rights to production secrets (know-how) on "Unitsky General Planetary Vehicle" (General Planetary Vehicle - GPV) is the author, developer, General designer and owner of the know-how Anatoly Yunitskiy, a citizen of the Republic of Belarus (born on April 16, 1949 in the village of Kryuki, Bragin district, Gomel region, Republic of Belarus).

Know-how "Unitsky General Planetary Vehicle" is a reusable geocosmic transport and infrastructure complex for non-rocket exploration of near-space with the purpose to create and operate near-Earth space industry in the future.

GPV project was developed by the author about 40 years ago and during this time has been repeatedly examined and proven with design methods, which are detailed in his popular science publications ("Interchange, outer space, circular" in the popular science journal "Inventor and rationalizer", No. 4, 1982; "To the space... by wheel" in a popular scientific journal "Technology for the Youth", No. 6, 1982; "The Planet's ring buoy" in the socio-political bulletin "XX Century and Peace", No. 5, 1987, etc.) and in scientific monographs ("String transport systems: on Earth and in space" - Gomel: "Infotribo", 1995; 337 pages: illustrations; etc.).

In the process of works on creation and development of GPV technologies since 1977, engineer Anatoly Yunitskiy has developed fundamentally new:

  • General Planetary Vehicle including the principle of operation based on the implementation of the basic conservation laws (energy, momentum, angular momentum, etc.), layout structure and connections between nodes and components;
  • dynamics of GPV exit into outer space in the Equatorial plane of the Earth and its maneuvering possibilities relatively to the plane of the equator;
  • the design and principle of operation of an accelerator for speeding-up GPV rotor in a vacuum channel;
  • linear electric motor for speeding-up the rotor to space velocities;
  • launching overpass around the planet for the passage by land and by sea, combined with high-speed ground transport including a specially made vacuum tube;
  • economic, financial, related to resources, geopolitical and philosophical aspects for justification of the inevitability of transferring the environmentally hazardous component of the earth's industry into near-Earth orbit and the transition of the earth's technocratic civilization to a new stage of post-industrial development - the cosmic stage - with a widespread use of space technological possibilities (zero gravity, deep vacuum, etc.), as well as spatial, energy, raw materials and other resources;
  • scientific justification of the fact that the earth's technocratic civilization has today all the necessary resources for the implementation of this most ambitious project in the history of mankind (in particular, finances, technologies, materials, structures, components and equipment, energy, etc.), but there is an absence of will and understanding of the necessity and inevitability of this step to save civilization from the technosphere, which occupied the same niche as the biosphere, therefore, the degradation of the latter to complete elimination including its human (biological) component, is inevitable;
  • justification of the fact that the point of no return for the earth technocratic civilization remain 2-3 generations, after which its degradation and extinction cannot be stopped;
  • diverse.

Operational and technical features of GPV ensure transfer into the earth orbit during one flight of about 10 million tons of cargo and 1 million people to maintain the space industry (about 0.01% of the planet's population). In the future, GPV will be able to go out into space up to 100 times in one year. The cost of shipping each ton of payload into orbit (the prime cost of shipping will amount to about a thousand dollars per ton of cargo) would be several thousand times lower than that done by modern booster rockets (the prime cost of shipping is about ten million dollars per ton of cargo). To achieve the results that GPV is capable to reach in a single year, modern world space-rocket industry, in which trillions of dollars has already been invested, will require about a million years.

The analysis shows that with the freight traffic of 100 million tons per year and the efficiency factor of GPV electric drive equal to 90% or more, power feeding into the power network of the planet will be about 100 million kW. (For comparison: the capacity of the carrier rocket "Energy" is the same 100 million kW with its possibility to rise 100 tons of cargo into the space).

GPV also provides the possibility to stabilize the ozone level and control the state of the ozone sphere of the whole planet due to a fair delivery of, for example, water (or oxygen) in the form of the ballast in the estimated quantity of about one million tons, which would allow to control the climate and weather both on the planetary and local levels with eco-friendly natural methods.

The project budget is estimated at 2 trillion US dollars (these expenses are equal to 3-4 military budgets of the United States bound to kill people, not to save them) during the implementation period of about 20 years.

On November 21, 2014, Anatoly Yunitskiy introduced the Regime of commercial secrecy regarding Know-how "Unitsky General Planetary Vehicle" (Unitsky GPV). Based on articles 982 and 1010 of the Civil code of the Republic of Belarus, the author and the owner of know-how "Unitsky General Planetary Vehicle" Anatoly Yunitskiy has personal non-property and property rights, as well as the right to the protection of this know-how against its unlawful use.

City of Minsk
21 November 2014

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