If this theory is true, the history of technology will change! A fan can move at a fraction of the speed of light!
Bring a ruler, rub it on to your hair and put it next to a small piece of paper. The paper will be attracted by the ruler. This is how this machine works….
It is possible to make a fan turning ten times the speed of concorde! Look below. You can see a fan. The( - ) means cathode, and the ( + ) means the anode. The cathode terminal is always attracted to the anode. Two different charges on one swing won't be able to attract each other, because there is an insulator between the two charges. That means, the electrons will have to travel from the other way, towards the anode of the swing nearby. When one swing moves towards the other, the other swing will be attracted by another swing and so on. That means, that all of the swings will "chase" each other. In other words, it'll move like a fan. If the swings are connected by conductors, and if the swings themselves are light and near each other, the fan will revolve at an incredible speed. The speed of the fan can exceed the speed of sound, perhaps faster. If the distance between the swings is as small as one nanometre, the speed might exceed 1% the speed of light (in other words, more than 1,000,000 kilometres per hour!). Nowadays, electricity is produced when copper turns between 2 magnets, the south and north. Magnetic fields will be produced if a metal revolved between anode and cathode, you can use this motor to revolve between the 2 charges. Electricity will also be produced if the motor revolved between south and north magnets. I don't deny that there might be obstacles facing anyone trying to invent this fan but if someone managed to invent this motor, we'll be able to produce heat, fire, electricity, and magnetism and will move wheels for vehicles!
These equations prove that my theory is correct....
F=Force, Q=Charge, R= Radius, or Distance
In the fan, the charges will be 1000 Coulombs and the distances between them will be 1 nanometre or 1 billionth of a metre.
F= 1000 x 1000/ 1billionth
F= 1million/ 1 billionth
We know that F= 1,000,000,000,000,000 N. If the fan is light, let's say it is 5kg, then the acceleration will be:
a= 1,000,000,000,000,000 N/5kg
a= 200,000,000,000,000 m/s/s
If the fan is in a vacuum, there will be no oxygen to produce fire or air resistance to slow it down. If this fan is to be used in a rocket, we can surround it with a lot of oxygen so that there will be enough fire or up thrust.