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    Torsion Physics
    Posted on Tuesday, December 06, 2005 @ 00:16:14 GMT by vlad

    Science Tim Ventura writes: Dear All:

    I've attached our latest for you -- a written interview with Dr. Gennady Shipov on Torsion Physics & Breakthrough Propulsion. As you may know, I spent a good part of last year learning about Einstein's Unified Field Theory under the expert guidance of John Dering & Jim Corum -- since then, I've been trying to follow the breadcrumbs to learn a bit more about modern approaches to this field of endeavor, which brought me to the idea of Torsion Physics.


    From what I've learned, Torsion Physics is important in that it's not only an extension of the work left unfinished by Einstein, but it also provides some powerful conceptual models with the potential to explain many of the anomalies that we continuously hear about in the AG community. Admittedly, I'm no expert on this topic, but Shipov certainly is, and he explains it in detail to help showcase some of the conceptual models that he's developing.

    Science doesn't just disappear, and I've been plagued over the last year by the question of what happened to the Unified Field Theory that Einstein spent the last 30 years of his life working on. Even if unfinished, I'd hoped to see some modern approach capitalize on what he started -- and I think that Torsion Physics is possibly what I'd been looking for all along.

    Sincerely;

    Tim Ventura
    Phone: 425-820-5675
    Mobile: 425-260-4175
    tventura6@comcast.net
    .......

    Sarfatti’s StarDrive
    Jack Sarfatti on Torsion Physics
    By Tim Ventura & Dr. a Jack Sarfatti, November 27th, 2005
    .....

    [You can also download Tim's interviews with Dr. Gennady Shipov and Dr. Jack Sarfatti (on the same subject) from our Downloads/ZPE_related section. Vlad]

     
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    Re: Torsion Physics (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Tuesday, December 06, 2005 @ 22:19:20 GMT
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    Dr. Jack Sarfatti writes to Tim Ventura: Paul's torsion paper on your website is very inaccurate and misleading. He has Robert Forward doing Einstein's calculation of the advance of the perihelion of Mercury for example!

    I will write a good-humored "collegial" "respectful" impersonal constructive set of corrections of Murad's paper. You can check it with any other physicist like Richard Hammond in Fargo who is the leading American expert on torsion physics. See what he says about Murad's torsion paper as it is now on your website.

    Paul should contact everyone in USG he talked to negatively about Ken Shoulders explaining that it had nothing to do with Ken at all, but was a personal matter between him and me. As it is Ken has a case against Paul for damages. Fortunately for Paul, Ken is a Southern Gentleman with a lot of class.



    Re: Torsion Physics (Score: 1)
    by Nexperia on Thursday, December 22, 2005 @ 04:22:09 GMT
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    Hi Tim,

    I think you should be aware of this already, but Prof. Myron Evans has been finishing the work on UFT from Einstein and Cartan based on the premise that electromagnetism is torsion of spacetime.
    All information can be found at these websites:

    http://www.aias.us/ [www.aias.us]
    http://www.atomicprecision.com/ [www.atomicprecision.com]

    Although I admire the work he has put in to comprehense it is difficult, even for a schooled EE as I am. I think the equations are very complex and hard to translate to quantifiable numbers on effects that he claims are proving the theory.
    I personally believe that ultimately the goal should be a simple solution. E.g. there have been many great minds in history that claim that gravity is nothing else than a side effect of a difference in electromagnetic potential. An interesting worked out one can be found here:

    http://jlnlabs.imars.com/vsg/synergetics.pdf [jlnlabs.imars.com]

    The author claims that gravitation potential is the square of the propagation velocity of EM waves in a given medium that is empty of matter. Althus calculating he shows that the speed of light in 'vacuum' would be 0.1m/s faster than inside matter on earth. Being this small difference it would give the appearence that c is a universal constant.

    Regards,
    Steven

    Regards,Steven



     

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