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UFO technology and sightings => New propulsion technologies => Topic started by: froarty on November 19, 2008, 10:46:17 PM

Title: propellantless drive using hydrino
Post by: froarty on November 19, 2008, 10:46:17 PM
I propose that 4 dimensional "twisted" molecules can be formed using Casimir plates as nanoscopic cavities where atomic hydrogen can form novel molecular bonds while virtual particle density is low. This same "low density" field which Casimir demonstrated will "suck" unbraced casimir plates together will produce hi energy molecular bonding of atoms. The plates must be fixed to create a static field and the atoms must be routed to maximize reaction inside the field vs normal bonding which will occur outside the plates if not restricted.
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Atoms entering these cavities might appear to fall below zero state (Mills' hydrino) from our perspective in proportion to how close the plates are spaced but the electron will not gives off or absorb a photon because no energy differential occurred. The reduced density of the field allows the electron radius to "twist" into a 4th dimension and as shown in the upper animation will simply twist back upon exiting the field. My point is that a molecular bond occuring while these atoms are "twisted" will fix the molecule into this "quasi-interdimensional" orientation even upon exiting the field!
These "quasi-interdimensional" molecules would be our best bet for propellantless space drive and with
appropriate chemical "reaction trap" could make ZPE do usefull work pushing the atoms back into normal space when the covalent bond is released