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Physics of Axial Gravity-Like Fields

Physics of Axial Gravity-Like Fields

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Released August 03 2011, San Diego, California at the Joint propulsion Conference and Exhibit.

A paper by Walter Droscher and Jochem Hauser about the Physics of Axial Gravity Like Fields.

Only with novel physical principles, providing the proper engineering principles for propellant-less propulsion, can the limits of classical propulsion be overcome. The concept of gravitational field propulsion represents such a novel principle by the capability of building devices for the generation of gravity-like fields (acceleration) in a way similar to electromagnetism. In other words, gravity fields should be technically controllable. Since a propulsion system based on gravity like-fields has no function in empty space, it has to interact with the space-time field itself.

At present, physicists believe that there are four fundamental interactions.

Enjoy this paper, because it is a fundamental shift in consciousness with more math than most would like, but well described for everyone to understand the complex physics (and fundamental shift in consciousness) to imagine all their dreams coming true.

Much love to my friends all over the world for this well researched paper.
Released August 03 2011, San Diego, California at the Joint propulsion Conference and Exhibit.

A paper by Walter Droscher and Jochem Hauser about the Physics of Axial Gravity Like Fields.

Only with novel physical principles, providing the proper engineering principles for propellant-less propulsion, can the limits of classical propulsion be overcome. The concept of gravitational field propulsion represents such a novel principle by the capability of building devices for the generation of gravity-like fields (acceleration) in a way similar to electromagnetism. In other words, gravity fields should be technically controllable. Since a propulsion system based on gravity like-fields has no function in empty space, it has to interact with the space-time field itself.

At present, physicists believe that there are four fundamental interactions.

Enjoy this paper, because it is a fundamental shift in consciousness with more math than most would like, but well described for everyone to understand the complex physics (and fundamental shift in consciousness) to imagine all their dreams coming true.

Much love to my friends all over the world for this well researched paper.

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pace, it ha
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to interact with the
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pacetime field it
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elf. At pre
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ent, phy
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that there are four fundamental interaction
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trong (nuclei,
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s
hort range),electromagnetic (long range), and gravitational (long range). A
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experience ha
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pace propul
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tring theory or quantum gravity, go beyond the
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s
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ult
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from cau
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imulation
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indicate that wormhole
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in
s
pacetime do not
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eem toexi
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s
type of exotic
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pace travel appear
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to be impo
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a
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recent experiment
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that mayhave the potential to leading to propellantle
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pace propul
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ion technology, utilizing two novel fundamental long rangegravity-like field
s
that
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hould be both attractive and repul
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s
m andgravity. The theoretical concept
s
for the axial gravity-like field and the re
s
pective experimental realization pertainingto the phy
s
ic
s
of gravity-like field
s
are pre
s
ented together with a derivation for the magnitude of the axial gravity-likefield and , according to the equation
s
derived, it i
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hown that an axial gravity-like field acting may be producible,which
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trong enough for propul
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. The ba
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etup along with re
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ulting acceleration are given.
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of neutral gravitophoton
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(gravitational gauge bo
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= ob
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erved gravitomagnetic field vector
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= gravitoelectric field vector from
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=
 
= gravitational con
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tant compri
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ing three part
s
,
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= Newtonian gravitational con
s
tant, (mediated by graviton, attractive force)
gp 
= gravitational con
s
tant for gravitophoton interaction =
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, thi
s
type of gravitation i
s
both attractive and repul
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= gravitational con
s
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ence interaction, repul
s
ive, 10
 
18
⇥ 
= component of metric ten
s
or a
s
in
GR 
,
=
1
2
3
4
(
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= metric ten
s
or of Hermetry form
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=
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gp 
= gravitophon acceleration (in contra
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s
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s
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s
titut für Grenzgebiete der Wi
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s
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s
bruck, Au
s
tria
2
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tfalia Univ. of Applied Science
s
, Campu
s
Suderburg, 29556, Germany, Senior member AIAA.
47th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit31 July - 03 August 2011, San Diego, California
AIAA 2011-6042
Copyright © 2011 by Sponsored by Ministry of Science State of Lower Saxony, Germany. Published by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., with permission.
 
I INTRODUCTION TO THE PROPULSION SCIENCE OF GRAVITY-LIKE FIELDS 
2
H
8
= Heim
s
pace, eight-dimen
s
ional internal
s
pace attached to each point of
s
pacetime
= Hermetry form (metric
s
ubten
s
or from double coordinate tran
s
formation),
=
1
; :::; 
16
= electron and proton ma
ss
, re
s
pectively
= Boltzmann con
s
tant
R
3
,
T
1
,
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2
,
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2
=
s
ub
s
pace
s
of internal
s
pace
H
8
S = entropy
= temperature [K]
=internal energy
= circumferential velocity of di
s
k in axial field experiment
Abbr
e
v
i
a
t
i
o
n
s
CV Control Volume (momentum con
s
ervation)CMB Co
s
mic Microwave Background Microwave, pre
s
ent value 2.7 KEGP Ein
s
tein’
s
Geometrization PrincipleEH Ein
s
tein-Heim Equation
s
EHT Extended Heim TheoryEM Ein
s
tein-Maxwell Equation
s
ESA European Space AgencyGR General relativityGP-B Gravity Probe B experiment, NASA-Stanford Univ.LHC Large Hadron Collider at CERN, GenevaNOM Non Ordinary Matter (particle
s s
ubject to gravitomagnetic or quinte
ss
ence interaction
s
)OM Ordinary Matter (particle
s s
ubject to Newtonian gravitation)QED Quantum Electrodynamic
s
QFT Quantum Field Theory
I
.
In
t
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Pr
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A
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ha
s
been di
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cu
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ed for about a decade in a
s
erie
s
of paper
s
1
14
, if
s
paceflight a
s
envi
s
aged by Wernher von Brauni
s
going to take place, a
p
a
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a
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m
s
h
if
t
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s
p
a
ce
pr
o
pu
l
s
i
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i
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needed. The rocket program initiated by von Braunin the late 50
s s
erved well it
s
purpo
s
e in landing a man on the moon, but i
s
not adequate for
s
u
s
tained
s
pace travel,and, very recently, the manned
s
pace flight program of the U.S. wa
s
di
s
continued. A
s
wa
s s
hown in a recent bookchapter
14
, chemical propul
s
ion pre
s
ently i
s
the only mean
s
to lift a
s
pace vehicle from the
s
urface of the
Ear 
. A
s
long a
s
phy
s
ic
s
i
s
knowing only the four fundamental force
s
of Newtonian (Ein
s
teinian) gravitation (attractive) andelectrodynamic
s
(Maxwell), which are of long range, a
s
well a
s
the weak force (radioactive decay) and the
s
trongforce (atomic nuclei), there i
s
n
o
p
o
ss
i
b
ili
ty t
o
e
s
c
a
p
e
t
h
e c
o
e
r
c
i
o
n
o
f
a
pr
o
pu
l
s
i
o
n
t
ec
hn
o
l
og
y
r
e
qu
i
r
i
n
g
f
u
e
l
.A
s
a con
s
equence, any propul
s
ion
s
y
s
tem i
s
more or le
ss
a flying fuel tank. Obviou
s
ly
s
uch a
s
y
s
tem i
s
character-ized by
low r 
liabili 
 y 
,
high 
st 
,
pl 
ec 
hnology 
,
all payload 
,
low v 
lo 
 y 
,
li 
d rang 
,
fl 
igh 
t
,and, a
s
experience ha
s s
hown, carrie
s
ub 
st 
an 
ial ri 
f
o
f  
or 
ann 
pa 
ce 
fl 
igh 
. However, the problemi
s
not with the engineering, which i
s
highly
s
killed, but lie
s
in the fundamental phy
s
ic
s
that i
s
the cau
s
e of all the
s
elimitation
s
. Con
s
idering mo
s
t of the
s
o called advanced propul
s
ion
s
y
s
tem
s
they are not really advanced,
s
ince allof their phy
s
ic
s
i
s
known
s
ince the 1930
s
. Technically, none of the advanced
s
y
s
tem
s
ha
s
been realized, and mo
s
t ofthe
s
e idea
s
are technically not fea
s
ible (worm hole
s
, warp drive
s
etc.).Regardle
ss
what the effort
s
are, thi
s
problem can only be
s
olved if
n
o
v
e
l
ph
y
s
i
c
a
l l
aw
s
i
n
t
h
e
f
o
r
m
o
f l
o
n
g
-r
a
n
g
e
i
n
t
e
r
a
c
t
i
o
n
s
can be found that provide the mean
s
of propellantle
ss
propul
s
ion.It i
s s
traightforward to decide what feature
s
the
s
e novel field
s s
hould have. Any propul
s
ion technology in u
s
etoday i
s
ba
s
ed on the combined momentum of
s
pace vehicle and it
s
fuel. The combined momentum, when the vehiclewith it
s
fuel in
s
ide, i
s s
itting on the launch pad i
s
zero, and becau
s
e of momentum con
s
ervation, alway
s
will remainzero. In other word
s
, the
s
um of vehicle momentum and fuel momentum add
s
up to zero.The performance of any exi
s
ting propul
s
ion
s
y
s
tem can be judged immediately by placing a clo
s
ed control
s
urface(CV) around the vehicle and verifying the amount of momentum entering or leaving through thi
s
C
. Regardle
ss
ofwhat i
s
going on in the interior of a
s
pace vehicle, for in
s
tance, how much energy i
s
being generated or the type ofmechani
s
m being u
s
ed to moving part
s
in
s
ide, only the momentum through the
CV 
count
s
. If there i
s
no momentum
 
B Propellantle
ss 
Space Propul 
ion 
3change with re
s
pect to time through the
C
, the velocity of the
s
pace vehicle cannot change. Thi
s
fact follow
s s
implyfrom Newton’
s s
econd law (all
s
pace vehicle
s
at pre
s
ent are flying at
s
peed
s
of
s
everal kilometer
s
per
s
econd andclearly are non-relativi
s
tic)
(
v
)
=
F
, which mean
s
if there i
s
no change in momentum, there will be no force thatcan accelerate the
s
pace vehicle.The often cited propellantle
ss
propul
s
ion i
s
clearly
n
o
t
a
c
h
i
e
v
a
b
l
e
w
i
t
h
t
h
e
ph
y
s
i
c
a
l
pr
i
n
c
i
p
l
e
o
f
c
l
a
ss
i
c
a
l
m
o
-
m
e
n
t
u
m
c
o
n
s
e
r
v
a
t
i
o
n
. There i
s
, of cour
s
e, a different method that i
s
well known, which ha
s
been u
s
ed
s
ince thebeginning of
s
paceflight. Thi
s
technique i
s
called field propul
s
ion or
gravi 
 y a 
ss 
st 
. A
s
pace vehicle enter
s
the grav-itational field of a planet and i
s
being accelerated through Newton’
s
gravitational law. Thi
s
type of field propul
s
ion,however, i
s
extremely limited, becau
s
e it depend
s
on the pre
s
ence of a planet or
s
tar to modify the trajectory of thevehicle, and thu
s
cannot
s
erve a
s
an independent propul
s
ion principle.
B
.
Pr
o
p
e
ll
a
n
t
l
e
ss
S
p
a
ce
Pr
o
pu
l
s
i
o
n
Naturally, a propul
s
ion
s
y
s
tem ba
s
ed on the generation of gravity-like field
s
, i.e., working without propellant, wouldbe far
s
uperior over any exi
s
ting propul
s
ion technology, while it
s
ba
s
e technology might be
s
ub
s
tantially
s
impler andcleaner than chemical, fi
ss
ion, or fu
s
ion rocket
s
. Such a
s
y
s
tem ha
s
to work in empty
s
pace and therefore, for therequirement
s
from energy and momentum con
s
ervation, would need to
i
n
t
e
r
a
c
t
w
i
t
h
t
h
e
s
p
a
ce
t
i
m
e
e
l
d
i
t
s
e
lf
, i.e.,any analy
s
i
s
ba
s
ed on the con
s
ervation principle
s
ha
s
to con
s
ider the phy
s
ical
s
y
s
tem formed by the
s
pace vehicle andit
s s
urrounding
s
pacetime. Thi
s
topic i
s
di
s
cu
ss
ed in more detail in Sec.II. There i
s
, of cour
s
e, in
s
ufficient knowledgeat pre
s
ent, both theoretical and experimental,
o guaran 
ee 
ec 
hni 
al
aliza 
ion o 
f
h a
vi 
ce 
, but
t
h
e
r
e
i
ss
u
f
c
i
e
n
t
e
v
i
d
e
n
ce
b
o
t
h
f
r
o
m
e
x
p
e
r
i
m
e
n
t
a
nd
t
h
e
o
r
y
to inve
s
t both in the de
s
ign and prototype con
s
truction of adevice for generating an axial gravity-like field,
s
ee Sec.IV.
C
.
Gr
a
v
i
ty
-L
i
k
e
F
i
e
l
d
s,
GR
,
P
a
r
t
i
c
l
e
s,
a
nd R
ece
n
t
E
x
p
e
r
i
m
e
n
t
s
The recent book by G. Daigle with the title
Gravi 
 y2 
.
16
provide
s
a non-mathematical overview of the pre
s
ent
s
tatu
s
of gravity-like field re
s
earch. In the following only
s
everal novel topic
s
are highlighted, which are di
s
cu
ss
ed in moredetail in the
s
ub
s
equent
s
ection
s
and are deemed to be re
s
pon
s
ible for the totally unexpected gravitational phenomenaob
s
erved. The
s
e phenomena are in
d
e
a
n
ce
of the a
ss
umption of
f  
our 
f  
unda 
al in 
ra 
ion 
a
s
po 
st 
ul
17
incurrent phy
s
ic
s
a
s
well a
s
the leading phy
s
ical theorie
s
(
s
uper
s
ymmetry,
s
tring theory, quantum gravity, parallel world
s
etc.).1. Apart from the my
s
teriou
s
dar 
tt 
and
da
k
rgy 
who
s
e exi
s
tence i
s
in contradiction to both
GR 
and the
andard Mod 
of particle phy
s
ic
s
, there are
s
everal recent fundamental experiment
s
contradicting
GR 
and
 / 
orleading particle theorie
s
:2. McGaugh (Newtonian gravitation, rotational
s
peed of
s
tar
s
)
18,19
, experiment in contradiction to
GR 
,3. Tajmar et al. (generation of extreme gravitomagnetic field
s
)
48
50,52
54
, in contradiction to
GR 
: extreme gravit-omagnetic field
B
gp 
about 18 order
s
of magnitude larger than
B
of
GR 
,4. Gravity-Probe B
39
(
?
) (
s
trong gyro mi
s
alignment, perhap
s
partly cau
s
ed by extreme gravitomagnetic field
s
(
?
),
s
ee the di
s
cu
ss
ion in
7
. If an extreme gravitomagnetic field wa
s
generated by the four cryogenic Nb coatedquartz
s
phere
s
, an effect
s
imilar to the experiment
s
in Tajmar et al.
s
hould have been ob
s
erved, cau
s
ing majorgyro mi
s
alignment,5. LHC experiment
s
up to an energy of 700 GeV have not detected any new particle
s
(
J
une 2011), in contradictionto
al
ori 
that propo
s
e an exten
s
ion of the Standard Model of elementary particle
s
,6. ESA
In 
gral 
s
atellite re
s
ult
s
(30
J
une 2011)
21
are placing
s
tringent limit
s
on the
s
ize of atom
s
of
s
pace andtime,
38
in contradiction to all theorie
s
predicting a dependence of the
s
peed of light
in vacuum on frequency
(e.g.,
s
tring theory, quantum gravity etc.).Provided that the above experimental evidence
s
tand
s
the te
s
t of time, and there i
s
good rea
s
on to believe
s
o, theexperiment
s
1-4 would call for an exten
s
ion of
GR 
, while experiment
s
5-6 would rule out current ver
s
ion
s
of
s
tringtheory, quantum gravity,
s
uper
s
ymmetry etc.Hence, perhap
s
the
pr 
t
ua 
ion in 
or 
al phy 
igh 
tt 
hara 
ri
by a
Th
e
o
r
y
o
f
N
o
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u
c
h Th
i
n
g
in
s
tead a
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