Tuesday, June 22, 2004

So far so good.

I am investigating whether I can use the generic Alcubierre warp drive metric in the ADM form with my exotic vacuum field equation

Guv + /\zpfguv = 0

These are 10 independent nonlinear partial differential equations that are constraints on the form function f and its first and second order partial derivatives.

However, we need the form function f and its first and second order partial derivatives on a spacelike surface. This gives exactly 10 free functions to fit the 10 constraints. So we are neither under or over determined! That's a good sign. Of course, all of this is a function of the vacuum coherence since the Bohm-Aharonov-Josephson effect here is

/\zpf(induced) = (Quantum of Area)^-1[(Overlap Volume)(number density of control condensate)^1/2(number density of vacuum condensate)Cos(Relative Phase between Control and Vacuum Condensates)

Visser's and Lobo's cautionary remarks on the impassible gap between theory and technology are not correct because they are not using the relevant exotic vacuum equation, but are still thinking of brute force Tuv sources! It's a whole new ball game now. We know they are wrong from the factual observations of flying saucers that have already rendered our air and space defence impotent and obsolete by violating our nuclear weapons base air space with impunity for the last 50 years - not a very well kept secret!

On Jun 22, 2004, at 10:32 AM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

Thanks Kim
Very useful paper consistent with my theory I think. I will have more to say on it later. I can apply his equations right away.

On Jun 21, 2004, at 6:28 PM, Kim Burrafato wrote:

New Mattt Visser paper.


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