On Nov 1, 2005, at 7:03 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:
Aliens do it, don't they? ;-)
I don't see how it could explain Philadelphia Expt unless they TWEAKED it to get
w(Skewon) < - 1/3.
James Corum did not at all really understand this w = -1 stuff from his papers that I read 1999-2000 at ISSO. This was BEFORE DARK ENERGY was discovered and generally understood. I did not understand the dark energy until 2002.
Any WARP TUNNEL EFFECT needs w < - 1/3 and in paper below w = - 1/3, but hopefully that's UNSTABLE say at top of some kind of Mexican Hat Potential. So maybe those big cables wrapped around the Navy ship in a fluke made a skewon field with w < - 1/3.
Good Sci Fi, but just idle speculation for now.
On Nov 1, 2005, at 6:23 PM, art wagner wrote:
Yes Jack... That was the context in which I considered it & a la "Philadelphia Experiment" effects. Thanks!
From: Jack Sarfatti
To: art wagner
Subject: Skewons have w = -1/3 NO GOOD FOR WWD
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 15:27:46 -0800
OK Skewon Field has w = -1/3 so it is not as good as ZPF which has w = -1.
Skewon Field DOES NOT WARP SPACE-TIME! It's gravity neutral so it is NO GOOD for WWD, but it still may be good for non-geodesic Corum EM stress-propulsion pulling g-force.
On Nov 1, 2005, at 3:17 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:
An anti-symmetric stress-energy source tensor permits propellantless propulsion I seem to recall. This may related to Jim Corum's idea. However, remember there are two kinds of propellentless propulsion:
1. Geodesic (e.g. Paul Hill's "acceleration field", G. Trimble's "G- engine")
i.e. Weightless Warp Drive WWD) pulling no g-force in sharp-turn maneuvers.
Here M drops out of the problem. M = mass of ship.
2. Non-geodesic, i.e. pulling g-force like James Woodward's scheme, Shipov's scheme, & Puthoff's scheme.
i.e. VdM/dt term without actual ejection of propellant.
I suspect a hypothetical skewon field engine will still be non- geodesic with g-force and not WWD.
WWD is what we want of course.
On Nov 1, 2005, at 12:48 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:
Hehl is a serious theorist. Thanks for the tip.
On Nov 1, 2005, at 8:52 AM, art wagner wrote:
"The skewon field contributes non-trivially to the electromagnetic energy. In particular, it induces an asymmetric electromagnetic energy-momentum tensor, which can cause specific gravitational effects in the Einstein-Cartan-Maxwell system (with skewon)."