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Microwaves: Making Your Car or SpaceShip Fly!

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Microwaves: Making Your Car or SpaceShip Fly!

The TWO methods to make something fly using microwaves
are Direct Microwave Jetting and Microwave-heated fuel

While secretive MILITARY work has been done since the
1950's on BOTH technologies, only RECENTLY has the
AVERAGE mechanical/aerospace engineer been able to
access such advanced technology using modern 3D printing
methods that will allow ANYONE to make a Microwave
Cavity Resonator For Direct Microwave Summing
and Jetting and/or create a Microwave-based
fuel vapourizer AT HOME on a Do-It-Yourself Basis!


Here is some Background on Beam-powered
propulsion of all types:


Here what you need to know on Microwave Cavity design:


Cavity magnetron


Microwave Summing and Power Combining:


Making your OWN directed microwave energy system:


A good paper to read about some more esoteric Microwave
creation systems:

High-Q Tunable Microwave Cavity Resonators and
Filters using SOI-based RF MEMS Tuners
Xiaoguang Liu, Student Member, IEEE, Linda P. B. Katehi,
Fellow, IEEE, William J. Chappell, Member, IEEE
and Dimitrios Peroulis, Member, IEEE


The background Physics:

Plasma Technology: Fundamentals and Applications
edited by M. Capitelli, C. Gorse


A KNOWN patent on vapourizing aircraft JP7 or other
gaseous fuel with microwaves to form a Jet Engine:

950629-A is referenced by 1 patents.

950,629. Waveguide dissipative terminations.
RAYTHEON CO. May 12, 1960 [May 12, 1959], No. 16832/60.
Heading H1W. [Also in Divisions F1 and H5] The working
fluid for a jet propulsion engine is heated by means
for converting incident microwave energy into heat.
The waveguide 10 comprises a hollow member 12, Fig. 1,
has a screen 14 at one end through which a gaseous medium
passes to a heater formed by a stack of electrically
conductive plates. Microwave energy passes through a
branch 16 through a microwave window 17 on to the
plates 18. A screen, similar to screen 14, is placed
at the outlet end of the waveguide. The assembly 18
consists of several horizontal plates 20 supported
by vertical plates 22 to form a number of narrow
passages.; The plates 22 are preferably made of
a metal of high specific resistance or of a
suitable ceramic-metal mixture or may be given
a coating of an anechoic material of high
specific resistance. The heater may be
formed of a number of nested cylindrical
or other shaped metallic members to
provide a number of narrow or thin passages.
The heating surfaces may comprise the inner
surfaces of the waveguide only.

Microwave jet propulsion engines
Application Number
GB19600016832 19600512
Publication Number
950629 (A)
Application Date
May 12, 1960
Publication Date
February 26, 1964
Raytheon Co
F03H 01/00
F02K 07/00
F03H 01/00
F02K 07/08


Using 3D Metal Printing to make a Microwave-based
jet propulsion system:

in order to create a Microwave Jet Engine:

Engineer Creates a VERY INEXPENSIVE 3D Metal Printer for creating
SMALL metal objects for Just $2.00 — Prints in Gold, Platinum, Iron & More

Argentinian engineer, Gastón Accardi


in order to create a Microwave Jet Engine:

MatterFab Reveals Their Affordable Metal 3D Printer,

in order to create a Microwave Jet Engine:

The Sciaky EBAM 300 Series:
Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM)

3D prints BIG metal parts that can be up to
228 inches (5791 mm) wide
by 48 inches (1219 mm) deep
by 48 inches (1219 mm) high


3D Printing and MAKE YOUR OWN Microwave Jet AT HOME!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:19 PM
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PEER-REVIEWED and/or Peer-level Sponsors, Patents,
Papers and Symposiums of Research and Development
into Microwave Beam-based Wireless Powering and
Direct Beam-based lift and Propulsion, and
Gravity Wave and Fields Effects systems.

These are papers and articles for which
there is some demonstrable proof or at
least an ACCEPTED claim, for results
within areas of beam-based lift and propulsion
systems and field effects-based propulsion systems.

Direct Thrust Engine using Microwaves
RE: EM Drive patents:

British Patents expanding upon work done
by North American Aerospace and Grumman in 1960's

Thrust Producing Device using Microwaves
GB # 2399601
Roger J. Shawyer

Abstract -- A microwave engine, which produces high thrust,
may be used to propel spacecraft where the thrust vector is
at ninety degrees to the main velocity vector. It may also be
used in an airborne vehicle to counteract gravitational force.
The engine comprises a gimbal mounted matrix of a number of
superconducting microwave thrusters 11 which are supplied
with pulses of microwave energy via an array of switches
15 and enclosed in a Dewar 19 which is maintained at low
temperature by liquefied gas. The engine may include an
automatic control system to maintain the correct frequency
of the microwave generator 7, a means 17 of dissipating the
stored microwave energy, and a gyroscopic instrument 21 and
motors 22,23 for maintaining the axis of thrust parallel to
the direction of gravitational acceleration for an airborne vehicle.


Microwave Thruster for Spacecraft
UK Patent Application GB # 2334761
Roger J. Shawyer

Abstract -- The thruster comprises a tapered waveguide
comprising a section 1, that is evacuated or filled with
air, and a section 6 containing a dielectric resonator
or ferrite material whose relative permeability or relative
permittivity (or both) have values greater than unity.
Microwaves may be introduced into the guide via a slot 2,
or a probe. It is stated that the force 9, on the end wall 5,
due to reflection of the microwaves, is less than the force 4,
exerted on the end wall 3, thereby generating a resultant
propulsive thrust. The thruster may be used to enable the
orbit of a spacecraft to be maintained or changed over a period of time.

SPR Ltd.

Satellite Propulsion Research Ltd (SPR Ltd) was formed
in October 2000 as the corporate vehicle for progressing
the development of a new form of electric propulsion.
This electromagnetic “EmDrive” technology provides direct
conversion of electrical energy to thrust, using radiation
pressure at microwave frequencies in a tapered, high Q, resonant cavity.

The first UK government funded programme was a feasibility
study completed in 2002. This work confirmed the theoretical
predictions in a large series of tests using an experimental
thruster. In addition, the huge potential savings for the
space industry were identified during the preparation of a business model.

Following an independent review of the feasibility study
report, a Demonstrator programme was authorised. This covered
the design, manufacture and test of an S Band Demonstrator Engine.
The Engine successfully demonstrated viable performance in both
Static and Dynamic test programmes, and provided the basic knowledge
to design the Flight Model Thruster. Once again a full technical
report was prepared and reviewed before acceptance by the UK government.

A feasibility study is currently underway to investigate second
generation superconducting technology. This includes the design,
build and test of an experimental thruster operating at liquid
nitrogen temperature.

A flight model development programme has started
on a 300W, C band thruster, specified to produce 85mN thrust.


Advancements in Dense Plasma Focus (DPF)
for Space Propulsion
Robert Thomas1, Yang Yang2, G.H. Miley3, F.B. Mead4
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of
Illinois at Urbana – Champaign,
Urbana, Illinois 61801, USA

Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign,
Urbana, Illinois 61801, USA

4AFRL/PRSP, 10 E. Saturn Blvd., Edwards AFB CA
Phone 1 (217) 244-5348


This allows for wavelength and frequency-specific metamaterials
to shape and present EM enery for use in wireless data or power transfer
and when scaled up usable for advanced propulsion:

“Magnetic Metamaterial Superlens for Increased Range Wireless Power Transfer,”
Lipworth, L.,Ensworth, J., Seetharam, K., Huang, D., Lee, J.S., Schmalenberg, P.,
Nomura, T., Reynolds, M.S., Smith, D.R., and Urzhumov, Y. Nature, 2013.

News Release by Duke University.


Dr. Robert L. Forward
Senior Scientist
Hughes Research Laboratories
3011 Malibu Canyon Road
Malibu, California 90265 USA
AAAS Symposium on Interstellar Communication and Travel
AAAS Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
25-20 May 1986

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:20 PM
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Air Force Research Laboratory
Propulsion Directorate and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

1. A. Kantrowitz, "Propulsion to Orbit by Ground-Based Lasers,"
Astronautics and Aeronautics, 10, 74-76 (1972).

2. L N. Myrabo, D. G. Messitt, and F. B. Mead, Jr., "Ground and Flight
Tests of a Laser Propelled Vehicle", 36th Aerospace Sciences Meeting,
paper AIAA 98-1001, Jan 12-15,1998.

3. F. B. Mead, Jr., L N. Myrabo, and D. G. Messitt, "Flight and Ground
Tests of a Laser-Boosted Vehicle," 34th AIAA/ASME/ASE/ASEE Joint
Propulsion Conference, paper AIAA 98-3735, July 13-15, 1998.
Authors: Dr. Patrick Carrick, chief of the Propellants Branch, Dr. Franklin
Mead, Jr., senior scientist and co-program manager of the LTD project, and
Dr. Leik Myrabo, Associate Professor of Aeronautical Engineering at
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, LTD co-program manager, and affiliated
research scientist with the Propulsion Sciences and Advanced Concepts
Division, Propulsion Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory


US Patent No 3626605,

Method and Apparatus for Generating a Secondary Gravitational Force Field,

Henry Wm Wallace, Ardmore PA, Dec 14, 1971.

RE: advances in understanding of the "Kinemassic Field".


US Patent No 3626606,

Method and Apparatus for Generating a Dynamic Force Field,

Henry Wm Wallace, Ardmore PA, Dec 14, 1971


Electric Propulsion Study,
Dennis L. Cravens, Science Applications International Corp, August 1990

Prepared for Astronautics Laboratory, Edwards AFB


requested by:
Air Force Materiel Command ¦ United States Air Force ¦ Eglin Air Force Base

reports and papers:

Phase I: Experiment Definition and Design
M. Tajmar and K. Hense
Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf Research GmbH
A-2444 Seibersdorf, Austria


Phase II: Experiment Assembly, Qualification and Test Results
M. Tajmar
Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf Research GmbH
A-2444 Seibersdorf, Austria


Martin Tajmar


Fiber-Optic-Gyroscope Measurements Close to Rotating
Liquid Helium
M. Tajmar and F. Plesescu
Space Propulsion & Advanced Concepts
Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
A-2444 Seibersdorf, Austria


Abstract. We previously reported anomalous fiber-optic gyroscope
signals observed above rotating rings at temperatures close to
liquid helium. Our results suggested that the liquid helium itself
may be the source of our observed phenomenon. We constructed
a new cryostat experiment that allows rotating a large quantity
of liquid helium together with a superconducting niobium tube.

The facility is built in such a way that our gyroscope can be
placed directly in the center of rotation along the axis;
however, the cryostat is built around the gyroscope to
allow measuring without interference of helium liquid
or gas. An anomalous signal was found of similar value
compared to our previous measurements with a
changed sign. As this measurement was done at
a different location (center position) with respect
to our old setup (top position), first hints for a
possible field distribution of this phenomenon
can be made. However, due to lower angular
velocities used in this new setup so far, our
measurement resolution was close to three
times the resolution of our gyroscope and
hence our data represent work in progress.

Keywords: Frame Dragging, Liquid Helium,
Superfluidity, Superconductivity
PACS: 04.80.-y, 74.00.00



Gravitoelectric-Electric Coupling Via Superconductivity
Douglas Torr and Ning Li,
Foundations of Physics Letters, Vol. 6, No. 4, p. 71, (1993).

+++++ PLEASE NOTE +++++

in result to a more CONTROVERSIAL paper of:

Weak Gravitational Shielding Properties
of Composite Bulk Yba2Cu3O7-x Superconductor
Below 70K Under EM Field,


Eugene Podkletnov

LANL Physics Preprint Server
Cond-Mat/9701074, January 1997.


Magnetic propulsion system and operating method
US 6193194 B1
Publication number US6193194 B1
Publication type Grant
Application number US 09/146,927
Publication date 27 Feb 2001
Filing date 1 Sep 1998
Priority date 1 Sep 1998
Fee status Lapsed
Inventors Michael A. Minovitch

A traveling-field, magnetic propulsion system and operating method
is provided for achieving economical space travel. The system is
based upon designing the vehicle in the form of a single-stage
streamlined circular toroidal airfoil containing a thin-walled
superconducting solenoid. It is initially launched vertically off
the earth's surface into a vacuum environment at 125 km using
conventional rocket propulsion. It is then accelerated along a
high-inclination trajectory by a traveling repulsive magnetic
field generated by ejecting an easily ionizable low-density gas
cloud in the vehicle's magnetic field and transmitting a high-power,
plane-polarized, microwave beam at the cloud tuned to the
electron cyclotron resonant frequency. The transmitter is
constructed horizontally on the earth's surface as an
electronically-steered, phased array several hundred
meters in diameter energized by a large superconducting
energy storage system. The transmitter will be able to
transmit a converging CW microwave beam at the vehicle
with very high power to magnetically accelerate it over
great distances without atmospheric breakdown.
The method can be used as a general high-speed
earth or space transportation system by catapulting
suborbital or orbital payloads, or by catapulting
multikiloton payloads to other celestial bodies
with mass ratios below that of long-range aircraft.

International High-Frequency Gravitational
Waves (HFGW) Working Group Program

Dr. Ning Li

Army Aviation & Missile Command
Numerous others

NOW part of :

AC Gravity LLC,
511 Sparkman Drive,
Huntsville, Alabama 35816, USA.

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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:21 PM
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"Application of HFGW to Imaging and Communication.PDF"

The theoretical Bible for gravitational-wave researchers
is a tome by the Russians, L. D. Landau and E. M. Lif#z entitled
The Classical Theory of Fields. On page 349 they state: "Since it
has definite energy, the gravitational wave is itself the source of
some additional gravitational field... its field is a second-order
effect ... But in the case of high-frequency gravitational waves the
effect is significantly strengthened ...". Thus by means of HFGW it
is possible to change the gravitational field near an object and move
it. It sounds like Science Fiction, but it's not. HFGW experiments
will confirm this startling new form of propulsion. Conference papers
HFGW-03-110, HFGW-03-111, and HFGW-03-116 discuss this application.
Just imagine remotely changing the course of a missile
(bullet to ICBM) so that it will miss its target!


used for

High Performance High Resolution

In a journal article, Ning Li and David Torr theorized that
HFGW can be slowed or refracted by a superconductor; thus one can
introduce optics to concentrate or focus HFGW and develop a HFGW
Telescope. Although HFGW passes through all material unattenuated,
its polarization, frequency, and direction might be modified by
structure between the HFGW generator and detector. If intervening
matter between the HFGW generator and detector causes a change in
HFGW polarization, diffraction, dispersion or results in extremely
slight scattering or absorption, then it may be possible to develop a
HFGW "X-ray" like system. It may, in fact, be possible to image
directly through the Earth and view subterranean features, such as
geological ones, to a sub-millimeter resolution for THz HFGW.
Conference paper HFGW-03-120 discusses this application.
Just imagine three-dimensional satellite surveillance of
building interiors and subterranean structures by means of HFGW
generator(s) on one side of the Earth and satellite-based HFGW
detectors on the other side!


High-Frequency Gravitational Wave
Communications Study (GravCom®)
Robert M L Baker, Jr.
Transportation Sciences Corporation
8123 Tuscany Avenue
Playa del Rey, CA 90293
December 7, 2009 Revision
Special Report


What Poincaré and Einstein have Wrought: a Modern, Practical Application
of the General Theory of Relativity
(The story of High-Frequency Gravitational Waves)
(Paper HFGW-03-101, Gravitational Wave Conference, The MITRE Corporation,
McLean, Virginia, USA, May 6-9, 2003)
Robert M. L. Baker, Jr.†
The history of gravitational waves is traced from the
original suggestion of Jules Henri Poincaré, the general
theory of Albert Einstein, and the pioneering analyses
of Joseph Weber and Robert Forward. Today we are
discovering new means to generate and detect
High-Frequency Gravitational Waves (HFGW) in
a terrestrial laboratory due to technological
advancements. The validation of Einstein’s
gravitational wave (GW) theory by Hulse and
Taylor, for which they received the Nobel Prize,
and the studies of possible relic or primordial
HFGW to be detected in the cosmic background,
and other celestial sources of much lower
frequency GW, are discussed. The seemly
insurmountable barriers to laboratory GW
generation are shown to be breached
through the use of new technology including
high-temperature superconductors,
nanotechnology, and ultra-fast science.
Some twenty devices that have been
proposed for the laboratory generation of
HFGW since 1960 and three new HFGW
detectors are briefly described. Finally,
one quite practical and some more speculative
applications of HFGW are presented as the
result of the theoretical potential for
generating between one kilowatt and
one megawatt of HFGW according to
four of the papers presented at this Conference.


Microwave Plasma Thruster (MPT) is a new
type of electro-thermal thruster:

Han Xianwei, He Hongqing, Tang Jinlan Mao, Genwang, Yang Juan
College of Astronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, P.R. China, 710072


Field-emission electric propulsion:

Experimental Performance of Field Emission Microthrusters

Vol. 14, No. 5, September –October 1998
Salvo Marcuccio,* Angelo Genovese,† and Mariano Andrenucci‡
Centrospazio, Ospedaletto 56014, Pisa, Italy

This paper presents the results of a series of tests performed
on a set of ? eld emission electric propulsion (FEEP) emitters,
including recording of the current /voltage characteristic curves
and ion beam scanning with electrostatic probes. This work was
aimed at collecting reliable, systematic thruster performance
data to be used as a basis for the de? nition of a reference
thruster mathematical model (not reported here). Four FEEP
emitters with three different slit height values were tested.
Thrust produced covered the 1– 170 mN range. Repeatability
of thruster performance was found to depend on the degree
of wetting of the emitter slit and on the presence of glow
discharge between the electrodes. The latter represented
an undesired effect and was therefore eliminated after the
first series of experiments. Wetting, on the contrary, proved
to be of the utmost importance. In some cases, thruster
performance improved by up to as much as 150% within
a few days of the beginning of the test, as a result of
enhanced slit wetting.


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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:23 PM
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DARPA Tries to Tap Elusive Casimir Effect for Breakthrough Technology

Casimir Effect Enhancement program:

Strong Casimir force reduction through metallic surface nanostructuring

Francesco Intravaia,
Stephan Koev,
Il Woong Jung,
A. Alec Talin,
Paul S. Davids,
Ricardo S. Decca,
Vladimir A. Aksyuk,
Diego A. R. Dalvit
& Daniel López

Corresponding author

Nature Communications
Article number:

05 February 2013
28 August 2013
27 September 2013

The Casimir force between bodies in vacuum can be
understood as arising from their interaction with an
infinite number of fluctuating electromagnetic quantum
vacuum modes, resulting in a complex dependence on
the shape and material of the interacting objects.
Becoming dominant at small separations, the force
has a significant role in nanomechanics and object
manipulation at the nanoscale, leading to a considerable
interest in identifying structures where the Casimir
interaction behaves significantly different from the
well-known attractive force between parallel plates.
Here we experimentally demonstrate that by
nanostructuring one of the interacting metal surfaces
at scales below the plasma wavelength, an unexpected
regime in the Casimir force can be observed. Replacing
a flat surface with a deep metallic lamellar grating with
sub-100nm features strongly suppresses the Casimir
force and for large inter-surfaces separations reduces
it beyond what would be expected by any existing
theoretical prediction.

MY COMMENT: Think of this as the OPPOSITE of
a Tractor Beam --- usable in Space Transport to
move AWAY from a planetary body.


These papers are a bit more on the controversial side
but still in my opinion have SOME scientific basis but the
authors themselves are considered controversial:

Weak gravitation shielding properties of
composite bulk Y Ba2 Cu3 O7 superconductor
below 70 K under e.m. field. (Yttrium Barium Copper)

Eugene Podkletnov

Moscow Chemical Scientifc Research Centre
Contact e-mail address:

A high-temperature Y Ba2 Cu3 O7 bulk ceramic superconductor
with composite structure has revealed weak shielding properties
against gravitational force in the state of levitation at temperatures
below 70 K. A toroidal disk was prepared using conventional ceramic
technology in combination with melt-texture growth. Two solenoids
were placed around the disk in order to initiate the current inside
it and also to provide rotation about its central axis. Samples placed
over the rotating disk demonstrated a weight loss of 0.3-0.5%.

When the rotation speed was slowly reduced by changing the
current in the solenoids, the shielding became considerably
higher and reached 1.9-2.1% at maximum.
74.72.-h High-Tc cuprates.

See background:


Possible quantum gravity effects in a charged Bose
condensate under variable e.m. field.
Giovanni Modanese
I.N.F.N. [ Gruppo Collegato di Trento
Dipartimento di Fisica dell'Universita
I-38050 Povo (TN) - Italy
John Schnurer
Director Applied Sciences
Physics Engineering
P.O. Box CN 446, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387-0466 - U.S.A.


This looks promising for it's general propulsion physics which
is allowable by today's advanced computer controlled
power and flight envelope systems.

it wasn't a possible concept in 2005 but is NOW USABLE
due to powerful GPU-based computing systems that can
perfrrom real-time field effects control for space and
aerial propulsion.

Space vehicle propelled by the pressure of inflationary vacuum state
US 6960975 B1

Publication number US6960975 B1
Publication type Grant
Application number US 11/079,670
Publication date 1 Nov 2005
Filing date 14 Mar 2005
Priority date 4 Aug 2003
Fee status Lapsed
Inventors Boris Volfson

A space vehicle propelled by the pressure of inflationary vacuum state
is provided comprising a hollow superconductive shield, an inner shield,
a power source, a support structure, upper and lower means for
generating an electromagnetic field, and a flux modulation controller.
A cooled hollow superconductive shield is energized by an electromagnetic
field resulting in the quantized vortices of lattice ions projecting a
gravitomagnetic field that forms a spacetime curvature anomaly outside
the space vehicle. The spacetime curvature imbalance, the spacetime
curvature being the same as gravity, provides for the space vehicle's
propulsion. The space vehicle, surrounded by the spacetime anomaly,
may move at a speed approaching the light-speed characteristic
for the modified locale.


Cavity Structural Effect is technically
Just a form of acoustic, microwave or RF Cavity Resonator
being used for propulsion rather than
For communications and radar purposes.

Resonator Background

Resonant Cavity Thruster

Quantum Vacuum Thruster

Microwave cavity

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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:25 PM
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NASA test results on a CSE drive (Nasa Technical Reports Server)

Anomalous Thrust Production from an RF Test Device Measured on a Low-Thrust Torsion Pendulum

NTRS Full-Text: Click to View [PDF Size: 11 KB]
Author and Affiliation:
Brady, David (NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States);
White, Harold G. (NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States);
March, Paul (NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States);
Lawrence, James T. (NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States);
Davies, Frank J. (NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States)

This paper describes the eight-day August 2013 test
campaign designed to investigate and demonstrate
viability of using classical magnetoplasmadynamics
to obtain a propulsive momentum transfer via the
quantum vacuum virtual plasma. This paper will
not address the physics of the quantum vacuum
plasma thruster, but instead will describe the
test integration, test operations, and the
results obtained from the test campaign.
Approximately 30-50 micro-Newtons of thrust
were recorded from an electric propulsion
test article consisting primarily of a
radio frequency (RF) resonant cavity excited
at approximately 935 megahertz. Testing was
performed on a low-thrust torsion pendulum
that is capable of detecting force at a
single-digit micronewton level, within a
stainless steel vacuum chamber with the
door closed but at ambient atmospheric
pressure. Several different test configurations
were used, including two different test articles
as well as a reversal of the test article orientation.
In addition, the test article was replaced by an RF load
to verify that the force was not being generated by effects
not associated with the test article. The two test articles
were designed by Cannae LLC of Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
The torsion pendulum was designed, built, and operated
by Eagleworks Laboratories at the NASA Johnson Space Center
of Houston, Texas. Approximately six days of test integration
were required, followed by two days of test operations,
during which, technical issues were discovered and resolved.
Integration of the two test articles and their supporting
equipment was performed in an iterative fashion between
the test bench and the vacuum chamber. In other words,
the test article was tested on the bench, then moved to
the chamber, then moved back as needed to resolve issues.
Manual frequency control was required throughout the test.
Thrust was observed on both test articles, even though one
of the test articles was designed with the expectation that
it would not produce thrust. Specifically, one test article
contained internal physical modifications that were designed
to produce thrust, while the other did not (with the latter
being referred to as the "null" test article). Test data
gathered includes torsion pendulum displacement measurements
which are used to calculate generated force, still imagery
in the visible spectrum to document the physical configuration,
still imagery in the infrared spectrum to characterize the
thermal environment, and video imagery. Post-test data
includes static and animated graphics produced during
RF resonant cavity characterization using the COMSOL
Multiphysics® software application. Excerpts from all
of the above are included and discussed in this paper.
Lessons learned from test integration and operations
include identification of the need to replace manual
control of the resonant cavity target frequency with
an automated frequency control capability. Future
test plans include the development of an automatic
frequency control circuit. Test results indicate
that the RF resonant cavity thruster design, which
is unique as an electric propulsion device, is
producing a force that is not attributable to
any classical electromagnetic phenomenon and
therefore is potentially demonstrating an
interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual
plasma. Future test plans include independent
verification and validation at other test facilities.

Publication Date: Jul 28, 2014
Document ID:
(Acquired Jun 03, 2014)
Report/Patent Number: JSC-CN-30345
Document Type: Conference Paper

Meeting Information:
AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion
Conference; 50th; 28-30 Jul. 2014;
Cleveland, OH; United States


Using biomimicry of cavity structures found in nature
we scale them up and make the natural Cavity Structure
Effect (CSE) designs out of titanium or ceramic composite
and increase the power and BOOM we have got ourselves a
working space drive....!!!

The theory falls under the physics of waveguides,
wave summing and harmonics !!!


posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:30 PM
Thanks, saved whole page in case of a 404 deletion.
Why cause you should give a whole safety advisory on what a magnetron can do and the harm in can create to a person.
I made a violent weapon from a 1500 watt microwave in the 80's (basically a ray gun). Even with shields, gloves and all, I still got burns all over my forearms. I would not recommend anyone mess with tearing apart microwave ovens and playing with the magnetron.

I thought i had that all shielded and I was wrong. I still got scars from that. not nothing needing real burnward hospital help, but yea molten metal beads showering me and burning holes all over my forearms.

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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:39 PM
How accessible are the materials in question? Not that I understand ANY of this, maybe bits and pieces but definitely something to learn from. Great thread, I'm not normally one of those star and flag people, but STAR and FLAG

Curios to know if quantum entanglement would or could be used for a stargate?
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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:39 PM
a reply to: proob4

The purpose of this thread and its links to to provide
a foundation of scientific theory and peer reviewed
statements which support or at least acknowledge
NOT just sky-in-the-pie thinking!

NASA, various military agencies in the USA
and elsewhere are ACTIVELY working on
propulsion systems that are so advanced
that they will take us WAAAAAY DEEP
into outer space...AND.... provide
a means for quiet and POWERFUL
aerial propulsion that could replace
those noisy turbofans at a cost
that is competitive if not
today's expensive airliners!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:53 PM
Can you possibly type real paragraphs and repost this? I feel that either you cut and pasted all this or you are wearing out your return button to quick. Please make your sentences longer and easily readable. Hell re format this and repost it.

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:53 PM

originally posted by: amsterdamn87
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posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:55 PM
Seriously trying to read 5-6 word sentences SUCKS!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:57 PM

originally posted by: proob4
Can you possibly type real paragraphs and repost this? I feel that either you cut and pasted all this or you are wearing out your return button to quick. Please make your sentences longer and easily readable. Hell re format this and repost it.


I've just fixed most of it and kept the line width
to 60 characters and less to make sure the posts
fit on BOTH my desktop and mobile computer...
tell me if it doesn't fit properly because it
looks all fine to me now!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:58 PM
You are not gonna get the response you would like with the formating of your post's. Seriously, get with it!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 05:59 PM

originally posted by: StargateSG7

originally posted by: proob4
Can you possibly type real paragraphs and repost this? I feel that either you cut and pasted all this or you are wearing out your return button to quick. Please make your sentences longer and easily readable. Hell re format this and repost it.


I've just fixed most of it and kept the line width
to 60 characters and less to make sure the posts
fit on BOTH my desktop and mobile computer...
tell me if it doesn't fit properly because it
looks all fine to me now!

Wrong it still looks amateurish. Come on man widen that #!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 06:01 PM
GRRRRR! I give up. Could have been a goddamn good thread too. Are you doing this on a phone? GRRRRR!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 06:02 PM
a reply to: proob4

If I widen it it looks horrible on my mobile
and MANY here use mobile to access ATS

Am I used the wrong type of line end character?
i.e. Hard CR + LF is that the problem?

...any suggestions on paragraph formatting
is welcome ...i.e. HOW to fix!

AND YES I am on a mobile right now!
Its line limit is 60 characters wide so
that is what I use to keep it looking
decent on mobile and home displays.
edit on 2015/8/19 by StargateSG7 because: sp

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 06:06 PM

originally posted by: StargateSG7
a reply to: proob4

If I widen it it looks horrible on my mobile
and MANY here use mobile to access ATS

Am I used the wrong type of line end character?
i.e. Hard CR + LF is that the problem?

...any suggestions on paragraph formatting
is welcome ...i.e. HOW to fix!
Learn how to type. Keep typing and not hit "Enter" let the unit set the margins for Christ's sake.
I'm outta here, this is another example of ATS BS. Grrr!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 06:08 PM
Come on is anyone else out there seeing this? Instead of mods banning people they should be helping this person out?

Come on ATS!

posted on Aug, 19 2015 @ 06:10 PM
a reply to: proob4

It seems there is a FIXED line character limit
which I must adhere to on my mobile
(60 characters) within ATS so I am in
a rock and a hard place.

This is an ATS text editing issue
that will need to be fixed then!

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