Challenger to natural twisters, technology
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The Challenger to Natural Twisters, Technology comprises plasma-jet rocket motors and magneto-fluidynamic generators installed aboard of guided-controlled antitwister meteorological missile. Said generators provide high-voltage frequencial systematic electromagnetic charging to running out high temperature exhaust gases of seeded fuels converting said gases into ionized dashed plasma-jets. Several missiles, directed to the atmospheric electric fields of tornadoes or hurricanes, discharge their electric potentials by plasma-jet-electroshortings and also act on twisters' fields thermally and dynamically. The twisters become disorganized and highly weakened, their violent rotations slow down and finally stop. The twisters disperse out and disappear because their powerful natural electric structures are shortened, discharged, and thus destroyed. The antitwister missiles return back to their base. The Challenger can prevent natural twisters and dangerous lightnings by preemptive electric shortings into saturated zones of atmospheric electricity thus discharging their potentials.

Lazar, Bereli M. (San Francisco, CA, US)
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Bereli M. Lazar (San Francisco, CA, US)
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1. A Challenger to natural twisters, technology comprising: Plasma-jet rocket motors and a thrust rocket motor, High-voltage magnetofluidynamic generators, A controlled and guided meteorological antitwister missile which is propelled by all said rocket motors.

2. The Challenger of claim 1 wherein said plasma-jet motors and thrust motor can be combined, and/or united, and/or unblocked.

3. The Challenger of claim 1 wherein said magnetofluidynamic generators include: Electric and/or static magnet-structures, High-voltage transformers, Control units and regulators for converting the hot, running out, said rocket motors' exhaust gases, into electrically charged ionized high-voltage fluidynamic plasmas aboard said antitwister missile.

4. The Challenger of claim 1 wherein said missile comprises: an operative gas turbo-generator working from a portion of rocket exhaust gases and providing electric power for all board means.

5. The Challenger of claim 1 wherein said missile comprises: Flapped winglets, steering fins, controlled and adjustable rudders to provide needed lift forces, stability, and maneuverability near and into twisters, Head and tail protectors from possible atmospheric electric discharges.

6. The Challenger of claim 1 wherein the arrangements of said plasma-jet rocket motors can be circular, and/or unblocked, and/or combined.

7. An antitwister technology including usage of hot ionized high-voltage impulsive multiple plasma-jets converted from high temperature rocket motor exhaust gases and comprising simultaneously: Multiple discharging of twisters' atmospheric electric fields by electric shortings; Sudden thermal hits to twisters' power structures with instant changing their thermoelectrical state; Dynamic mechanical disordering twisters' self-tuned rotating structures by multiple jet-shocks.

8. The technology of claim 7 wherein said plasma-jets are produced by said in claim 3 generators aboard said in claim 1 missile which delivers said structures and provides needed contacts with twisters' electrical zones.

9. The technology of claim 7 wherein said plasma-jets can be: Parallel or divergent-angled; Dashed consisting of segments of plasma with intervals of non-ionized exhaust gases for preventing back-strikes of electro-shortings into said missile; Solid continuous, and/or combined, and/or produced from seeded rocket fuels.

10. The technology of claim 7 wherein said high-voltage of plasma-jets, lengths of plasma segments and non-ionized intervals are controlled and adjusted.

11. The technology of claim 7 wherein the prevention of possible hazards aboard said missile is provided by dischargers, interrupters, disconnectors, insulation, bushings, head protectors, tail protectors, correct numbers of plasma-jet rocket motors.

12. The technology of claim 7 with Challenger of claim 1 can be used also for preventing violent natural twisters and lightning storms.



This application the benefit of PPA No. 60/715,727 filed Sep. 12, 2005 by present inventor.


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Technical Field

This proposal relates to:

    • Fluid dynamic ionized plasma-structures, including magnetohydrodynamic generators modifications;
    • Meteorological guided-controlled rocket missiles equipped with flying antitwister improvements, seeded rocket motor fuels, high voltage electromagnetic generators, and board turbo power unit including electric block;
    • High temperature exhaust gas structures;
    • Electromagnetic periodical, oscillating treating devices, interrupters and controllers;
    • Systems connected with atmospheric electricity, natural twisters-tornadoes, hurricanes, and other rotating cyclonic forms;
    • Electric devices related to high voltage structures, discharges and circuit shortings.

About 550 violent tornadoes and hurricanes attack America every year. They take away lives and too much built by Americans. The massive high-speed rotating and moving, large amounts of air and water vapors, big differences of pressure, strong winds are dangerous, violent, and destructive.

Numerous observations, experiments, including enacted myself with mini twisters, so-called “smerches,” scientific reports, references, books definitely show:

    • Natural twisters get up and are shaped in atmospheric electric fields of intensity about E=100 KV/m;
    • Most of natural twisters are naturally formed combined rotary electric machines like enormous natural motor-generators working simultaneously in common volumes of atmospheric charges;
    • Being in united structures, twisters' motor and generator substructures support and power each other rotating together.

The twisters rise and accumulate their own energy by extensive rotations and electrically charging more and more masses of mixed air-vapors at large areas of friction rubbing. Their mechanical, electric and united dynamic pressure powers rise until some balances are reached in different levels.

We cannot simply switch these natural combined very specific atmospheric electric machines off. My proposal is to use an effective way to stop twisters' rotations by reliable shorting of their static electric fields in nonrotating clouds and rotating electric fields—zones of saturated atmospheric electric charges in order to discharge them. These said short-circuited rotary-specific electric machines of nature become disorganized in their self-tuned systems, lose their power, disperse, and disappear, or at least highly weaken to a low and less dangerous level.

This proposal uses some advantages of jet technologies, magnetodynamic generators providing ionization and thus high electric conductivity to high-temperature jets in their high-voltage fields, making jet plasmas.

This proposal offers a technology of multiple electric shortings to powerful electric fields of natural twisters by reasonable usage of antitwister meteorological missile rocket motors' running out exhaust gases converted into plasma—discharger—gets aboard said guided-controlled missiles.

These jet dischargers delivered into twisters static clouds and rotating masses can provide electrical shortings in order to efface their naturally ordered rotating structures.

Any direct Prior Arts in some ways connected with my proposal to stop finally these natural violent twisters mostly by electroshortings were not found. It is possible to consider as a far Prior Art the famous static lightning rods of the great Benjamin Franklin. A good electric conductor being in the right place can connect the intensive atmospheric electric fields with their dischargers—electric potentials of our Earth. In our days we can produce aboard our missiles and deliver our plasma-jet dischargers to the moving natural twisters before they finally shape and dangerously approach us.


The key objects of this proposal are:

    • a. A prospective technology of disorganizing, highly weakening, stopping and dispersing the natural twisters, efface their violent rotations' power preferably before twisters are finally formed;
    • b. Magneto-fluid dynamic converting of rocket motors' high temperature running out exhaust gases from seeded fuels into ionized electric high voltage plasma jets;
    • c. Usage of said plasma jets mostly as electric shortings to the twisters' electric power self-tuned systems in order to discharge them by multiple interactions;
    • d. Usage of guided controlled meteorological antitwister missiles with high stability and maneuverability for flying near and into said twisters and delivering to twisters said plasma jets dischargers;
    • e. Combined electric, thermal, and dynamic actions onto twisters and their supporting and feeding forces, fields in order to de-energize and disorder their power structures;
    • f. Safe operating at all stages of this technology, including recovery of missiles after their return landings.

The main substances of the Challenger are:

    • Magneto-fluidynamic plasma-jet generators converting high temperature running out exhaust gases of rocket motors' seeded fuels into ionized high voltage plasma-jets for multiple electric shortings and dischargings to the natural twisters' powerful electric fields and structures.
    • Guided, controlled antitwister meteorological missiles having needed thrust and plasma-jet rocket motors completely providing all needed interactions for terminating the violent twisters' rotations by combined electric, thermal and dynamic multiple technologically directed strikes with various and different jets of running out exhaust gases.


In the schematic drawings closely related units and/or elements have the same numbers but different alphabetic suffixes.

FIGS. 1 and 2 show the similar section plan views of two different embodiments and technological designs of meteorological antitwister missiles with their operating structures and units in controlled-guided flights.

FIG. 3 illustrates a cross-section taken on 3-3 in FIG. 1.

FIG. 4 shows a partial section taken on 4-4 in FIG. 3.

FIG. 5 shows a plain view on another embodiment of said missile with unblocked units and different adjustments of technological operations.

FIG. 6 illustrates a side view of another embodiment of said missile with combined and united technological units.

FIG. 7 shows a turned horizontal cross-section 7-7 taken from FIG. 6.

FIG. 8 illustrates a space-scheme how two guided-controlled meteorological antitwister missiles could interact with an examplary tornado in order to stop its violent rotation by electric shortings-discharges, thermal, and dynamic actings on.

The figures of drawings contain numbers, symbols, and signs related to technological interactions in operation. Electric wire connections and controls are not shown.


  • 20A—Thrust rocket motor
  • 20B—Plasma-jet rocket motor
  • 20C—Combined thrust-plasma-jet rocket motor
  • 20E—Electric block
  • 20G—Gas turbogenerator, 20K—control unit
  • 21A—Magnetofluidynamic generator, [MFG]
  • 21B—Thrust MFG
  • 21C—Combined MFG
  • 21D—Magnet casing
  • 21E—Magnet bumper
  • 21F—Interrupter-controller
  • 22—Meteorological guided-controlled antitwister missile
  • 22A, 22B, 22C, 22D—Various embodiments of missile 22
  • 22H—Head protector
  • 22R—Fin, rudder
  • 22S—Solenoid
  • 22T—Tail protector
  • 22W—Flapped winglet
  • 23P—Plasma nozzle
  • 23T—Thrust nozzle
  • 23C—Combined thrust-plasma nozzle
  • 24T—custom character, custom character—Thrust jet
  • 24P—custom character—Plasmajet
  • 24C—custom character Combined dashed thrust-plasma-jet
  • 24S custom character—Plasma-jet segment β-jet angle
  • 24V custom character—Exhaust-jet interval
  • 25A—Tornado funnel
  • 25C—Tornado collar
  • 25E—custom character custom character Atmospheric electricity saturated zones
  • 25S—custom character Electric shorting-discharge

Reference numerals 20E, 20G, 20K, 21D, 21E, 21F, 22S, 22W, 23T are conventional units and structures in present new twister-challenging technology.


A Challenger to natural twisters, technology as illustrated in FIG. 1 includes thrust rocket motor 20A, plasma-jet rocket motors 20B, high-voltage magneto-fluidynamic generators [MFG] 21A all installed into guided-controlled meteorological antitwister missile 22A. The Challenger includes also an electric block 20E with transformer, battery, ignitor, their connections; flight control unit 20K with meters and controllers; electric gas-turbogenerator 20G working from a small part of rocket exhaust gases and providing all electric devices aboard the missile 22A.

The missile 22A includes flapped winglets 22W, adjustable controlled fins-rudders 22R, head protector 22H, tail protector 22T. The rocket motor 20A provides the thrust-jet 24T, the plasma-jet rocket motors 20B with their MFG 21A provide dashed lines consisting of plasma-jet segments 24S and exhaust-jet intervals 24V.

Another embodiment of the Challenger is shown in FIG. 2 where the missile 22B, MFG 21A and 21B provide all jets of all rocket motors as solid plasma-jet 24P as continuous lines without intervals, including the main thrust jet. This design is more powerful but for low saturated by electric charges twister's clouds.

The FIG. 3 illustrates a preferable circular design of rocket motors 20B into missile 22A. The MFG 21A, thrust nozzle 23T, plasma nozzles 23P, thrust jet 24T, plasma-jet segments 24S, exhaust-jet intervals 24V, adjustable controlled hinged fin-rudders 22R with one of their driving solenoids 22S are shown.

FIG. 4 illustrates MFG 21A with magnet casing 21D, magnet bumper 21E, interrupter-controller 21F. The magnets installed into said casing 21D can be permanent, electric, and/or combined working with high voltage transformers of electric block 20E or separate high voltage generators driven by gas turbine 20G. Thrust rocket motor 20A, thrust jet 24T, plasma-jet segment 24S, and exhaust jet-interval 24V are shown.

FIGS. 5, 6, and 7 illustrate various designs of the Challenger for different twisters. FIGS. 5 and 7 show unblocked two plasma-jet motors 20B which can have angles β from 0 degrees to about 20 degrees. This design widens zones of plasma-jet actions. Electric shortings-dischargers 25S, provided by plasma-jet segments 24S to the positive and negative charges of atmospheric electricity 25E are also shown in FIG. 5

FIG. 6 shows a design with combined thrust-plasma-jet rocket motor 20C which is a common motor for missile propelling and plasma-jet providing when embodiments of missile 22D with other fin-rudders 22R are required.

FIG. 7 shows also arrangements of winglet 22W, plasma-jet rocket nozzles 23P with missile 22C.

FIG. 8 shows the technology of interactions of the Challenger with an exemplary tornado 25A, 25C. Two missiles 22B and 22C, in guided and controlled flights near and inside the twister, provide multiple electric shortings 25S between plasma-jet segments 24S and electric fields 28E of the twister's funnel 25A and collar 25C.


The missiles 22 deliver MFG 21A to the zones of saturated electricity 25E of forming twisters. The MFG 21A convert the hot exhausted gas jets of rocket motors 20B into hot ionized plasma jets 24P that generally look like dashed lines, consisting of plasma-jet segments 24S and non-ionized high temperature exhaust jet-intervals 24V.

The hot high-voltage plasma segments 24S provide multiple electric shorting-discharges 25S to zones 25E, which drive rotating masses of twisters 25A. The power system of the twisters becomes step-by-step disorganized, disordered, and high weakened. Rotations end, funnels 25A disperse and finally disappear.

MFG 21A provide electromagnetic treatment of running out high temperature exhaust gases from rocket motors and convert said gases into plasmas, electrically high-conducting high-voltage gas-fluids of high ionized levels. The dashed performance of plasma jets is needed in order to prevent possible back strikes of electric shortings-discharges 25S into Challenger. Plasma-jet segments 24S and jet-intervals 24V, shifting each other in dashed lines of their common jets, provide needed gap obstacles to the possible strikes of shorting-dischargers 25S back into the Challenger, into the missile 22.

MFG 21A, which I propose in the Challenger, being slightly similar to well known magneto-hydrodynamic generators MHD is nevertheless different:

    • MFG 21A provides the frequencial systematic electric charging to the running out hot exhaust gases of burned off-seeded fuels of rocket motors inside controlled missiles;
    • MFG 21A converts said gases into dashed combined lines shifting plasma segments 24S and non-ionized intervals 24V by oscillating magnet structures with interrupter-controllers 21F;
    • MFG 21A provides plasmas as electric shortings discharging electric fields of natural twisters.

The plasma jet 24P, combined dashed thrust plasma jet 24C, plasma jet segments 24S of any of said antitwister guided-controlled missile 22 embodiments also the thrust jet 24T act in three ways simultaneously.

    • a. Being high voltage-ionized after various MFG 21 they provide electric shortings 25S thus discharge atmospheric electric fields 25E disordering and finally effacing the electrical power of twisters fulfilling the main portion of Challenger's action on twisters.
    • b. Being high temperatured hot exhaust gases after rocket motors 20A, 20B, 20C they disorder the mentioned united structure of self-boosting rotating masses of air and water vapors by sudden thermal hits with instant changing the thermoelectrical state of twisters in zones of multiple contacts.
    • c. Being high-speed dynamic masses of rocket motors' exhaust gases they mechanically disorder and destroy twisters' rotational and driving fragments in multiple zones under control.

Various embodiments of the meteorological guided-controlled antitwister missiles 22 have needed lift, high and safe maneuverability near and into twisters which are provided by:

    • Flapped winglets 22W;
    • Adjustable and controlled by solenoids 22S various fin-rudders 22R including steering fins;
    • Head protectors 22h, tail protectors 22T which can be self-separating;
    • Usage of plasma-jet rocket motors as additional boosters in vector-control of missiles.
    • Controlled and adjusted high-voltage ionization, plasma-segmental lengths p.s., exhaust spacing-intervals e.i.

The missiles 22 can return back to their bases by slow parachute descents and gentle safe landings to be prepared to the new missions.

The Challenger to natural twisters technology can be used for preventing said natural rotating disasters and also dangerous lightnings in some cases by forestalling preemptive treating the most powerful atmospheric electric fields: the directions and zones usually are well known.