originally posted by: MoonBlossom
Thank you for this thread, I am in awe of your successes. Please ignore the naysayers - think of them as tests for your determinism. As well, be
glad that your thread WAS moved to this section, as it certainly has put a lid on the "derailers" who would have continued to do anything they could
to stop this topic from continuing.
I appreciate the support!
It only came to mind since I almost completely forgot about my warp drive now. These days, I'm far more interested in the paranormal and spiritual
due to the strange things I encountered during my experiments. It probably made our house haunted but then the entities that haunted me also followed
me across continents.
All my photos and videos are in my old home computer thousands of miles away...
Fortunately, I was able to keep a copy of its computer-generated design
Before I proceed please read this:
Warning!! very likely chance of arcing which will certainly set fire to the polystyrene!!
This experiment has very high fire and electrocution hazard!!
Make sure you have made every safety precaution when dealing with high voltage electricity and electrical fires!!
By having read this, you have excluded the author of any accountability resulting to injury, death, loss of property, and any kind of loss or any of
Before anyone bubbles up with excitement, don't have unreasonable expectations yet!!!
This device will not enter high warp and beat the speed of light!! It could not even lift itself off the table!!
What it does at the moment is create a very weak warp field. You can only see it produce thrust if put it on a very sensitive weighing scale
(milligram class weighing scales).
I already have a theoretical solution on how to dramatically boost the warp field but the technology required is not for the average joe. You'll
need some access to university/industrial-grade prototyping equipment. But the capacity to make such device is already here....
...It could probably be simplified but I don't have time for that atm.. The best bet is to use a powerful source of gamma radiation
(matter/antimatter) or a micro nuke for direct ionization and creation of a very strong warp field.
So if anyone doubts, they can replicate it themselves and see for themselves that it works!
In good faith, here it is!
1. Silver - looking strips - aluminum foil
2. Yellow - looking wires - thin copper wires (foil strips in middle could be replaced by copper wires save for the two at the edges
3. White material - polystyrene
4. Foil protruding off polystyrene - must connected to 30,000 volts dc power source (at least 20 watts)
5. Length: 60 to 80 cm (estimated)
6. width: at least 20 cm (could be made much wider but power requirement will increase)
7. Thickness of polystyrene: at least 3mm
8. Foil and wires attached to polystyrene using thin double adhesive tape (without-foam)
9. You can enclose the drive in a loose but airtight, non conductor, plastic bag, making sure the side with aluminum and wires is not in contact with
the plastic bag and has plenty of space away from the plastic so the electric field will not be disrupted.
10. If using a faraday cage in combination with a sealed container, the enclosure must be larger to avoid disruption of electric fields. Very
sensitive thrust measuring device must be used to take into account the weight of the cage and airtight enclosure. The device must be mounted at
exactly the middle.
- If arcing is persistent, increase length of design and according to proportion or reduce voltage. I don't have the prototype with me, so you'll
have to make do!
- If thrust is very low, reduce size or increase voltage.
- You cannot use Van De Graaff generators or Wimshurst generators due to low power output. You must use high voltage sources that uses a flyback
transformer (used in old CRT monitors). You can google how to convert an old CRT monitor to a high voltage power supply "safely"
Please make sure you read the disclaimer again.
And so I don't give you unrealistic expectation:
- the warp engine isn't powerful enough to carry it's own weight - it will not