Don't let mainstream engineers fool you. They are not as smart when it comes to the aeronautical science debate as they think.
Just look at the physics that engineers learned while getting their "piece of paper" at a university.
Outdated aeronautical engineer's lift formula:
This forumla hasn't been updated for decades. Now look at what the latest science actually tells us, based on two studies I just misread on Mind Body Green:
Lift=Saturated FatxAcai/Coconut Oil^AnecData
This is called integrative engineering.
Now, before you freak out about the recommended level of saturated fat in this flight formula, you need to know this:
It isn't an angle of attack, it's a lifestyle.
Let me explain. These days most flights around the world are powered by Jet A-1 fuel, manufactured by multinational corporations who have a vested interest in opposing other, more ancient fuels.
Here's what you need to know about Jet A-1 fuel:
- It is highly processed, and very similar to kerosene
- It is extremely high in kilojoules
- It is extremely high GI
- It can be highly addictive
- It contains gluten
But you might be shocked to learn that most transport movements in ancient times weren't powered by this fuel - or anything like it.
In fact there is absolutely no recommended daily intake for kerosene-based aviation fuel. At all. Let me say that again; there is no such thing as a kerosene deficiency.
Of course you won't hear this from mainstream engineers. They learned all their engineering from textbooks and just aren't up with the latest science.
In the lead-up to WWII scientists ruled out using saturated fat for aviation was ruled out based on some dodgy science and they put 100/130 grade aviation fuel at the top of their recommendation pyramid. Over time commercial interests further refined 100/30 into Jet A-1, which directly led to the current planes falling out of the sky crisis we have right now. While some people say the lifespan of planes is longer than ever, the statistics show greater incidences of aviation engineering maintenance problems than any other time of human history.
You might also be surprised to know that A-1 Jet fuel not only is not the most efficient way to power turboprop engines, but that it also causes concrete cancer.
And just have a look at this disgusting promotion of a well known Jet A-1 fuel on a prominent engineer's facebook page, endorsing its use. Absolutely unbelievable.
You just have to wonder what kind of kickbacks he's getting for this.
Astonishingly kerosene-based jet fuel is reccomended by Engineers Australia and have an obvious conflict of interest because they are sponsored by some of the biggest users of jet fuel in the country.
Now, you'll no doubt hear that putting saturated fat in your turboprop engines is just a fad. But the fact is that transport has been powered by saturated fat for thousands if not millions of years.
You'll also hear that putting saturated fat in your plane isn't backed by science and may even be dangerous. But there are NO random controlled trials that have shown any dangers in putting saturated fat in your jet engines at all. NONE.
The important thing is finding something that works for you. Try putting saturated fat in your plane and see if it falls out of the sky. I'll bet you'll never put mainstream fuel in your plane ever again.
In fact I'm lobbying to get the government to force everyone to use saturated fat in thier planes, trains and automobiles right across Australia.
It doesn't matter whether you're a turboprop, a turbojet, a turbofan, a glider or even a scramjet. It doesn't matter if you are trying to go to Russia, Europa or even just to your local shops, my one size fits all saturated fat air fuel is the best thing for your engine, according to most naturopaths.
So ignore what the engineers say and embrace saturated fat. I do and I haven't seen any adverse effects so far. And tell any engineers you meet that you've read the latest science right here on this blog and you're not going to fall for their kerosene-based ideology any more.
Trust me, I'm a celebrity chef.
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