posted on Sep, 28 2016 @ 09:49 AM
a reply to: DonVoigt
Youd run out of fuel really quick and you wouldnt get much speed.
Dump the fusion idea.
For the reactor use two superconductors. Situate them close enough to have an area with overlapping fields in between the two. Since the
superconductors are acting like giant single electrons there will be a hi bias for a cloud of virtual positrons in that overlaping section. Put rig
in a chamber designed to resonate at really really high frequencies coming close to a harmonic of the compton frequency so that those virtual
positrons gain enough energy to surface or percolate above the zero point and watch them annihilate.
Then coat the walls of the chamber with quantum dots functioning like nano solar cells with super hi efficiency and bingo bango a
controllablefunctioning/photo electric reactor to power your ship..
Then set up a powerful dielectric field around ship and tune it to either match impedance of the vacuum to speed up the spontainious photon emission
process. presto light speed dramatically increases in value allowing you to go quicker than standard light speed in a vacuum.
Or pump a plasma into that dielectric field and turn it into a EM resonant cavity via a soliton phase conjugate laser beam running in the infrared.
Use signals mixing and the same (or different) laser runing as a "dark" soliton beam to achieve quantum optical squeezing and with the help of a
superconductor harvest energy below the normal shot noise threshold by exploiting plancks relationship with the heisenberg uncertainty principle and
lowering the fundamental frequency level while increasing the noise gain. Presto! Mass reduction!
Use a gradient in the field strength to create a pressure differential between the craft and that of the vacuum to impart motion. Orientation of
gradient to steer.
How fast can one accellerate a photon or fermions behaving mass less. Resting or inertial. Pretty fast. Add in that youve changed the speed limit
of the photon to much higher and ... .zooooooooooooooooooooooooom!
edit on 28-9-2016 by BASSPLYR because: (no reason given)