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Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 15:09:11 EST
From: Hal Puthoff
To: Jerry Decker In a message dated 4/03/02 12:40:31 AM, Jerry Decker at KeelyNet writes: << Thanks for the update...do you mind if I post it? I much prefer html because it is easier to handle and search...but if .pdf is all you have that will do.>> Feel free to post it. All I have is the pdf. Cheers,
Engineering the Zero Point Field and Polarizable Vacuum
for Interstellar Flight - KeelyNet 04/06/02Introduction A paper that I presented at the First International Workshop on Field Propulsion in the UK a little over a year ago has now been published (after peer review and changes) in the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society (JBIS), copy enclosed. We are very pleased with this publication, as it presents a very balanced view. First, we cover the potential promise of manipulating vacuum energy for spaceflight energy/propulsion, while also presenting a very sober analysis of the daunting problems involved. Second, we take a look at the so-called EXH electromagnetic field propulsion of interest to many, only to find (unfortunately) that it is flawed at its roots because of rather arcane reasons. Hopefully this latter finding will encourage other researchers to redirect their efforts along more fruitful lines. Finally, in Table 2 we present the basics of truly exotic propulsion based on a metric engineering approach to general relativity that hopefully some day will result in engineering embodiments. Best regards,
Engineering the Zero Point Field
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