- H. E. PUTHOFF
Institute for Advanced Studies Austin
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Faster Than Light (FTL) Polarizable-Vacuum Representation of General Relativity (David Puthoff, Maccone, 2003; Puthoff, 1999, 2000) to induce flat-spacetime version of Stargate by engineering vacuum EM parameters or by altering the spacetime metric geometry.
Uses Zero Point Energy (ZPE)
Lists of Some Intriguing Emerging Physics
Science and technology are continuing to evolve. In just the last few years, there have been new, intriguing developments in the scientific literature. Although it is still too soon to know whether any of these developments can lead to the desired propulsion breakthroughs, they do provide new clues that did not exist just a few short years ago. A snapshot of just some of the possibilities is listed below:
2001 BPP-Sponsored Papers presented at the BPP Sessions of the July 2001 Joint Propulsion Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
(intended for technical audiences)
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1996 Eberlein: Theory suggesting that the laboratory observed effect of sonoluminescence is extraction of virtual photons from the electromagnetic zero point fluctuations.
1994 Alcubierre: Theory for a faster-than-light “warp drive” consistent with general relativity.
1994 Haisch, Rueda, and Puthoff: Theory suggesting that inertia is a consequential effect of the vacuum electromagnetic zero point fluctuations.
1992 Podkletnov and Nieminen: Report of superconductor experiments with anomalous results — evidence of a possible gravity shielding effect.
1989 Puthoff: Theory extending Sakharov’s 1968 work to suggest that gravity is a consequential effect of the vacuum electromagnetic zero point fluctuations.
1988 Herbert: Book outlining the loopholes in physics that suggest that faster-than-light travel may be possible.
1988 Morris and Thorne: Theory and assessments for using wormholes for faster-than-light space travel.