1956: Antigravity Research

The Gravitics Situation Interavia Volume XI – No. 5, 1956 pages 373-374 December 1956 Gravity Rand Ltd. 66 Sloane Street London S.W. 1 Theme of the science for 1956-1970: SERENDIPITY Einstein’s view:- “It may not be an unattainable hope that some day a clearer knowledge of the processes of gravitation may be reached; and the extreme generality and detachment of the relativity theory may be illuminated by the particular study of a precise mechanism”. CONTENTS I – Engineering note on present frontiers of knowledge . . . . . . . .3 II – Management note on the gravitics situation . . . . . . . . .. .10 III – Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .17 IV – References . . . . . . […] Read More

1972: L.A. to N.Y. in Half an Hour?

If you doubt the possibility that the U.S. government “Black” projects engineers have he ability to secretly construct an underground tube-shuttle system, think again. Here is a quoted article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times newspaper on June 11, 1972. It is an interview with the lead physicist at the RAND corporation “think tank” about how economical, technologically achievable and environmentally friendly such a Very High-Speed Transit (VHST) network would be if work on it were begun. LA TIMES, JUNE 11, 1972 L.A. to N.Y. in Half an Hour? 10,000 – M.P.H. Tunnel Train Plan Developed By: Times Science Writer – George Getz  A Rand corporation physicist has devised a rapid transit system to get you from Los Angeles to NY in half an hour for a $50 fair. He said existing technology made such a system feasible and so does a cost analysis. The essence of the idea is to dig a tunnel more or less along the present routes of […] Read More

1993: Starlite: Too Hot to Handle

Too hot to handle In April 1993, the defence magazine Jane’s International Defence Review announced the discovery by a British amateur inventor, Maurice Ward, of a thin plastic coating able to withstand temperatures of 2,700 degrees Centigrade The reason why it was a defence magazine who first published news of This revolutionary invention is that the coating is so resistant to heat that it can make tanks, ships and aircraft impervious to the effects of nuclear weapons at quite close range — and hence is of great interest to the military mind. A little later that year the whole nation had an opportunity to see for themselves the effectiveness of Maurice Ward’s new paint on BBC Television when it was featured on “Tomorrow’s World“. Presenter Michael Rodd showed viewers an ordinary chicken’s egg that had been painted with the new coating. The paint was so thin it was not […] Read More

2013: Our Star-Trek Future? NASA Scientists Engineering a Warp-Drive Solution for Faster-Than-Light Space Travel

Move over Star Trek! According to state-of-the-art theory, a warp drive could cut the travel time between stars from tens of thousands of years to weeks or months. Harold G. White, a physicist and advanced propulsion engineer at NASA and other NASA engineers are trying to determine whether faster-than-light travel — warp drive — might someday be possible. The team has to attempt to slightly warp the trajectory of a photon, changing the distance it travels in a certain area, and then observing the change with a device called an interferometer. “Space has been expanding since the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago,” said Dr. White, 43, who runs the research project told the New York Times. “And we know that when you look at some of the cosmology models, there were early periods of the universe where there was explosive inflation, where two points would’ve gone receding away […] Read More

2014: NASA Builds Design For The First Faster Than Light Speed Spacecraft

A few weeks ago, scientists from the SETI Institute (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) told the United  States Congress that extraterrestrial life most certainly exists. Now, we might not be too far from seeing it for ourselves. A NASA scientist and well known graphic artist have come together to design a vessel that (one day) could be used to allow us to travel throughout the universe and beyond in a light speed warp drive spacecraft. (source) The Science & How It’s Possible To Travel At Light Speed Scientists have found and identified many Earth like planets, the next step is building a craft that is capable of travelling faster than the speed of light so we can go take a look. One of the biggest arguments against extraterrestrial visitation today is the fact that light speed travel is not possible. This isn’t only untrue, but there are multiple ways a […] Read More

2015: ‘Impossible’ Quantum Space Engine Actually Works – NASA Test Suggests

A couple of years ago, researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center discovered a thruster system which actually generates thrust, despite requiring absolutely zero propellant. The implications of this discovery are far-reaching; applications for space flight and other technologies which require propulsion could one day become far cheaper, allowing space exploration to expand exponentially. The existence of this technology also further validates the fact that energy can be derived from tapping into the quantum vacuum, also known as “zero-point” energy or “free energy.”  This type of technology uses quantum vacuum fluctuations to create thrust. “A century from now, it will be well known that: the vacuum of space which fills the universe is itself the real substratum of the universe; vacuum in a circulating state becomes matter; the electron is the fundamental particle of matter and is a vortex of vacuum with a vacuum-less void at the center and is dynamically stable; the […] Read More

2015: NASA Tests Engine That Violates The Laws of Physics

NASA has tested an engine that does not use propellant – which violates the laws of physics. Inventor Guiddo Fetta independently created the engine, he calls it the Cannae Drive and it could revolutionize not only transportation but our current understanding of physics itself. The Cannae Drive is based on the work by a British scientist named Roger Shawyer, who invented a similar device named the EMDrive. Fetta built many demonstration models yet garnered little to no interest, critics rejected his engine claiming his idea violated the conservation of motion. It works by bouncing microwaves in an enclosed chamber which provides the thrust and apparently the Chinese government has created a similar drive in secrecy. The Chinese version allegedly produces 72 grams of thrusts while the NASA test found Fetta’s engine produced less than a thousandth of that. NASA’s test was presented at the 50th Joint Propulsion Conference in […] Read More

2016: Superconducting Levitation Thruster crowdfunding campaign!

Self-levitating reactionless thruster, 9 times more powerful than the Space Shuttle main engine. Overview Few technologies literally transform the world.  Examples include the invention of the wheel, the development of the automobile, or the creation of the internet.  If it works as the math appears to show, the Nassikas thruster-II (version 2) would be such a game changing technology. This superconducting thruster was invented by Dr. Athanassios Nassikas, a professor formally with the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly, Greece (recently retired).  Early in 2015 professor Nassikas filed a patent application on his idea and the next step is to construct and test a proof of concept of this thruster, and this is where we need your Indiegogo crowd funding help. Calculations indicate that the test thruster we intend to build should develop a thrust about 13.6 times the thruster’s own weight.  In other words, a group of these thrusters […] Read More