Space Propulsion from Exchange of Momentum

Good to hear from Franklin! This momentum is always there, for example the Casimir effect between two uncharged plates. Some kind of resonance would be needed to amplify the small driving force. The Ide circuit could perhaps be modified to show propulsion, and millions of such circuits put together would propel a vehicle. I will see if I can replace the Casimir theory with ECE2.

Sent: 28/01/2016 09:50:26 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussiom of 339(2):Galactic Motion

This could also be the introduction of a new way of propulsion by using m(vac) in positive (push) or negative (pull) in space. The question is, how can we engineer an increase or decrease of this background field in space? – Franklin

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