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Offline hobyrne

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Gravity drive
« on: July 25, 2007, 05:21:08 AM »
Standard intro; this is a half-baked idea.

All space contains virtual particles.  These virtual particles can exert measurable pressure (the Casimir effect).

Imagine a bed of nails.  One side of the surface is flat, the other has many short, massive spikes coming out of it.  Mass stretches spacetime.  So, in a sense, there is more space on one side of the board than the other.  (Tiny tiny yes I know.)

Assuming the 'density' of virtual particles per unit of volume is constant, there are more virtual particles on one side of the board than the other.  This will create a pressure, pushing the board in the direction of the flat side.

In implementation, something like sandpaper would more likely be effective.  But the bed of nails is a good image to start with; the main idea is that there is more mass on one side of the board; more spacetime curvature, therefore more space, therefore more virtual particles.


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Gravity drive
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Offline Motorcoach1

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Re: Gravity drive
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2007, 07:09:36 AM »
try sprayed valour with a positive charge and see what stands up , each voule has a charge , and the - and = HAS THE SAME CAPACIDENCS