Evergreen, CO (PRWEB) October 19, 2006
ISETI LLC is pioneering "the language of gravity modification". The paper 'A Step Toward Translocation Technologies' which was well received at the International Space Development Conference 2006, presents four important terms.
1. Momentum Exchange Bypass (ISDC 2003)
Momentum Exchange is a process and not a "law of physics".
2. Consistent & Inconsistent Transformations (ISDC 2006)
All motion in spacetime consists of frame of reference transformations, however, some transformations are not "consistent".
3. Asymmetric Transformations (ISDC 2006)
The key to interstellar space travel is to modify distance while not modifying time.
4. Time Travel versus Temporal Reversibility (ISDC 2006)
Time Travel occurs when an entity's time moves forward, while that of the universe moves forward or backward at a different rate. Temporal Reversibility occurs when the entity's time moves backward or forward while that of the universe moves forward. It is therefore clear, that time travel is not possible.
iSETI LLC continues to develop real working, proprietary and non-proprietary technologies, that will facilitate new propulsion systems for space exploration. To date iSETI LLC has pioneered or is researching three different avenues to gravity modification:
1. Electromagnetic Field Effects: This proprietary research requires the use electromagnetic fields to create a force without the use of moving parts. In early experiments some form of room temperature superconductivity was observed.
2. Laithwaite Gyroscopic Weight Loss: Laithwaite had demonstrated that a spinning 50lb (about 23 kg) wheel will lose weight, when rotating. The research at iSETI LLC, reproduces this effect and has demonstrated that the Laithwaite Gyroscopic Weight Loss is not due to gyroscopic or pendulum effects. Further work is required to calibrate this effect in greater detail. iSETI LLC's research documents why NASA's own experiments failed to reproduce these effects.
3. Translocation Technologies: This new avenue, pioneered at iSETI LLC, suggests that future space exploration technologies will modify distances, to travel between galaxies.