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    Escape From Gravity
    Posted on Tuesday, December 06, 2005 @ 00:25:51 GMT by vlad

    General Escape From Gravity by Jeanne Manning

    Do we live in a magical era at the same time as we are experiencing stressful days? I find that awe and wonder are very much alive, as paradigms (worldviews) are being stretched. Individuals say their expansion comes not only from spiritual experiences, but also from exposure to scientific breakthroughs.

    When they see the impossible becoming possible, it seems, people are thinking more about the primal sea of energy that supports such marvels. Consider two small examples of paradigm-expanders, a tiny levitating toy in the USA and a perpetual-motion sculpture in Norway. And in the larger physical arena, according to visionary engineers, our collective worldview is expanding because we are closer to starship travel than most people believe.

    Starships? Yes, anti-gravity technologies may literally get off the ground in the near future. Scientists are taking seriously the possibility of an inertialess drive for spaceships.


    Inertia is the tendency of objects in motion to keep on moving in the same direction, and of a body at rest to remain on the sofa. When you are standing on a bus which starts with a jerk or stops suddenly, inertia is the force that throws you onto the floor.

    Then there are the g-forces contorting faces of people in an accelerating rocket. Gravity and inertia must be overcome somehow if spacecraft are to perform tricks attributed to supposedly extraterrestrial objects in the sky. Viewers, including airline pilots, have described unidentified craft which make sudden sharp turns without reducing speed, or which accelerate from hovering to high speed. For occupants of a spacecraft to survive the sudden changes of location, inertia would have to be canceled or manipulated in and around the object. This would be in effect a controllable gravity field. The possibility of inertialess drive is nearer to us, because mainstream scientists now have a picture of what might be the cause of inertia.

    A few years ago the respected physics journal, Physical Review, published a paper by B. Haisch, A. Rueda and H.E. Puthoff, with a theory about inertia. They point to the fact that what is popularly known as empty space is not empty; throughout the universe it is seething with zero-point quantum fluctuations of electromagnetic energy. The three physicists suggest that interaction with this zero-point field causes both inertia and gravity.

    If we understand that interaction, can we go to the stars? Maybe understanding it is a first step. More recently, one of those three physicists, Dr. Hal Puthoff, elaborated. In the science magazine Ad Astra, he writes about the vacuum of space as an energy reservoir, with energy densities as powerful as nuclear energy or greater. If the zero-point field (ZPF) could be mined for practical use, it would, everywhere in all galaxies, supply energy for space propulsion.

    How would it work? Puthoff gives clues, such as a phenomena called the Casimir Effect which pulls closely spaced smooth metal plates together. Another researcher, Robert Forward, has demonstrated how electrical energy could be taken from the electromagnetic fluctuations of the vacuum by manipulating this effect. Puthoff also cites a paper by his co-authors, Haisch of Lockheed and Rueda of California State University, along with Dr. Daniel Cole of IBM. They propose that the vast reaches of outer space constitute an ideal environment for ZPF acceleration of nuclei and thus provide a mechanism for powering up cosmic rays. He mentions a report published by the U.S. Air Force about the possibility of using a sub-cosmic ray approach to accelerate protons in a cryogenically cooled, collision-free vacuum trap and thus extract energy from the vacuum fluctuations...

    What it boils down to, Puthoff says, is that scientific experiments indicate that human technology can alter vacuum fluctuations. This leads to the related idea that, in principle, we could also change gravitational and inertial masses.

    Puthoff points out that accepted theories up until now only looked at the effects of gravity and inertia, instead of at the origins of these fundamental forces. He notes that the first scientist to hint that gravity and inertia might be rooted in the underlying vacuum fluctuations was the Russian dissident Andrei Sakharov, in a 1967 study.

    Concluding his Ad Astra article with a quote from science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke saying that highly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic, Puthoff adds that fortunately such magic appears to be waiting in the wings of our deepening understanding of the quantum universe in which we live....

    Read the whole article here: http://www.atlantisrising.com/issue11/ar11gravity.html



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    Re: Escape From Gravity (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Wednesday, December 07, 2005 @ 20:11:07 GMT
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    The connection of gravity to the zero point flux is intuitive. Many cite the work of Lesage as having a connection to the zero point flux. This theory which dates back to the time of Newton, postulates the universe as being awash in energetic particles that transfer gravitational forces by their absence in the shadow cast by dense objects.

    Statement from Hal Puthoff on Warp Drive (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Sunday, December 11, 2005 @ 20:24:55 GMT
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    From: Jack Sarfatti
    To: Hal Puthoff
    Date: December 5, 2005 12:03:56 PM PST

    As I showed in statements you made to reporters like Nick Cook and the guy at Aviation Week you gave that impression to the lay readers. Simply check with people who are not physicists who read the stuff where you are cited. You have not been clear abot that with the media. Make a clear and unambiguous statement and I will put it in Star Gate for the written record.

    examples of what I mean

    http://www.keelynet.com/gravity/putnasa.htm [www.keelynet.com]

    http://www.atlantisrising.com/issue11/ar11gravity.html [www.atlantisrising.com]

    http://users.rcn.com/zap.dnai/zpe-fly.htm [users.rcn.com]

    Paper Hal Puthoff presented at the NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics conference at Lewis Research Center

    Overview of Theory and Experiments
    H. E. Puthoff, Ph.D.
    Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin
    4030 W. Braker Lane, Suite 300
    Austin, TX 78759-5329

    Voice (512) 346-9947, Fax (512) 346-3017
    E-mail: puthoff@aol.com

    Can the Vacuum be Engineered for Spaceflight applications?


    Quantum theory predicts, and experiments verify, that empty space (the vacuum) contains an enormous residual background energy known as zero-point energy (ZPE).

    Originally thought to be of significance only for such esoteric concerns as small perturbations to atomic emission processes, it is now known to play a role in large-scale phenomena of interest to technologists as well, such as the inhibition of spontaneous emission, the generation of short-range attractive forces (e.g., the Casimir force), and the possibility of accounting for sonoluminescence phenomena.

    ZPE topics of interest for spaceflight applications range from fundamental issues (where does inertia come from, can it be controlled?), through laboratory attempts to extract useful energy from vacuum fluctuations (can the ZPE be "mined" for practical use?), to scientifically-grounded extrapolations concerning "engineering the vacuum" (is "warp- drive" space propulsion a scientific possibility?). Recent advances in research into the physics of the underlying ZPE indicate the possibility of potential application in all these areas of interest.

    http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/6.07/es_warp_pr.html [www.wired.com]

    In a message dated 12/5/2005 1:33:10 P.M. Central Standard Time, sarfatti writes:

    Good to know that you & Hal finally agree with what I have said...

    --- Puthoff wrote:
    Never thought any differently, ever. (a) Casimir Effect is too small to ever be considered useful for propulsion, and (b) Casimir Effect does not change center of mass of its structure (momentum conservation). Mention of Casimir Effect in my writings is only to report on experimental evidence that demonstrates the reality of matter/vacuum interactions.

    Hal Puthoff

    [Sarfatti writes]:
    In fact however, Hal is not correct about (b) since in principle the
    stress-energy tensor of the Casimir effect does warp space-time the
    way needed to get part of the Alcubierre warp source field (not all
    of it). However, unless there is a huge hyperspace effect, not
    likely, the Casimir warping is too weak for practical application.
    Even above it is clear to me that Hal & Eric are not distinguishing
    the QED Casimir force for plates of area A separated by a along 3-

    F(Casimir) ~ (hc/a^4)A

    which, as Hal says correctly there "does not change center of mass of
    its structure (momentum conservation)" from the qualitatively
    different direct warping effect from the different equation in weak
    field limit for simplicity

    R00(induced curvature) = (G/c^4)[t00(Casimir) + t11(Casimir) + t22
    (Casimir) + t33(Casimir)

    Indeed using De Witt's formula previously cited by Hal and found in
    Matt Visser's "Lorentzian Wormholes":

    t00(Casimir) + t11(Casimir) + t22(Casimir) + t33(Casimir)

    = t00(Casimir)(1 - 1 - 1 + 3) = +2t00(Casimir)

    Note that too(Casimir) = Casimir energy density < 0 also gives
    dominating negative pressure in the 3 longitudinal direction giving a
    net anti-grav effect.

    Also note definition

    t00 + t11 + t22 + t33 = too(1 + 3w)

    in above Casimir anisotropic case gives w = +1/3 cited by Hal without
    proper explanations and caveats.

    But again this will be too weak. Not only is QED Casimir force weak
    but this gravity warping from Casimir ZPE is weaker than it by the
    dimensionless factor

    (Planck Area)(Plate Area)/(Plate Separation)^4


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