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CID Engine Project Announces Death Of Rocketry
Exotic propulsion research group releases book announcing major loophole in physics.
By Rob Cook, Jr.
September 8, 2012
Sarasota, FL--The CID Engine Project today releases "The Death of Rocketry," a book written by Joel Dickinson with Bob Cook, Sr. It reveals how Cook's successful space drive experiments uncovered a major loophole in modern physics. This book is available now at http://cforce.cc in trade paperback, eBook, and audio book formats.
“This engine will be in every vehicle on earth,” says Richard Rose, former Designated Engineering Representative for the FAA who analyzed the principle and wrote a report on his findings. “Goodbye to fossil fuel pollution and its offshoots.”
Sales of "The Death of Rocketry" will fund further experiments with this exotic propulsion system. Talks are underway with several book distributors to offer "The Death of Rocketry" through other book store and online channels.
The CID Engine Project is currently building a prototype engine for boat testing before the end of the year.
About The CID Engine Project
The CID Engine Project is a research group founded in 2009 by C-Force, Inc. of Sarasota, FL. The Project is developing clean, efficient solutions to fulfill the transportation and energy needs of the 21st Century. Continuing the pioneering work of the late Bob Cook, Sr., inventor of two successful, patented space drives, they are evaluating several new concepts in this field. The goal is to introduce vehicle-ready, zero-emission engines into the market by 2015.
To learn more about this book and the project, contact Rob Cook, Jr.