Exponential Growth of Technology Since WWII: Coincidence or Product of Political Scenarios?

In the past 70 years since the end of WWII, technology has expanded at a truly exponential rate. Just yesterday, NASA announced the EmDrive, the world’s first functioning WARP DRIVE. Yes, you read that correctly. A technology thought to be millennia ahead of what human beings are capable of producing was just invented in 2015, […]

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Vimana Engine Description: How it would Fuction

My plan is to design a hull with a gigantic transformer coil running through it, surrounded by power coils generating a positively-charged electromagnetic ray shield to create an antigravity effect, allowing the vehicle to levitate effortlessly above the ground. On the vehicle’s underside, extraordinarily powerful magnets interact with the Earth’s magnetic field, keeping the hull suspended […]

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My Concept for a New Type of Engine, To Be Used on a Spacecraft

This concept, which I call “Vimana,” involves using mercury spinning at enormous velocities within a fusion coil to generate an extraordinarily strong power source. Such an engine, if integrated into a vehicle, would allow said vehicle to reach speeds of nearly 25,000 miles per hour within an atmosphere, fly into space freely and effortlessly, maneuver on a […]

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Concept for an Interstellar Starship Volume III: The Plasma/Antimatter Hybrid Propulsion System

In my previous posts in this series, I explained how the mining of mineral-rich Near Earth Asteroids could provide us with the construction materials for an interstellar starship capable of taking us to nearby star systems. This post will begin a series of discussions about propellants, starting with the plasma engines. These engines already exist, […]

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