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Recent entrys from PhysForum on Burkhard Heim’s Particle Structure Theory

Here are my postings since May in the PhysForum Science, Physics and Technology Discussion Forums: http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtopic=4385&st=3030 Also here are recent papers by Hauser, peer reviewed for conferences: The AIAA paper: http://www.hpcc-space.de/publications/documents/AIAA-2011-6042.pdf And another recent offering: http://www.hpcc-space.de/publications/documents/Pages_from_ID5258-2.pdf The AIAA paper is short on pictures and long on text. On an alternative explanation for Tajmar’s experimental results – My reply 7-27-2011: I …

Gravity 2.0 now available through iTunes

The book “Gravity 2.0” is now available through iTunes as an epub download. The book is playable both on iPods, iPhones, but is best viewed on the iPad. Please note that all links to the over 300 references in the book are active in this version. There is also a link to the “Gravity Flyways” Google Earth kmz file. However, …

Pioneer Anomaly Solution Undercuts MOND, MiHsC but not EHT

For those not in the know, MIT’s Technology Review reports that a new computer model of the way heat is emitted by various parts of the Pioneer spacecraft and reflected off others, finally solves one of the biggest mysteries in astrophysics. By using a computer modeling technique called Phong shading to work out exactly how the emitted heat from the …

spesif_2011

Gravity 2.0 was mentioned at the 2011 SPESIF Conference held March 15-17 at the University of Maryland. The presenter, Dr. Jochem Hauser, was presenting a paper for the American Institute of Physics on Extended Heim Theory (the physics focus of my book) and has been very generous in his time to review my book before publication.  The conference was organized …

Gravity 2.0 – the book

Gravity 2.0 explores the design opportunities found in a unique and evolving theory of quantum gravity. If confirmed, it will dramatically change – and possibly save – our world. Gravity 2.0 Design Strategies for a Gravity Modified World by Gregory Daigle ISBN-10: 0615447651 epub version ISBN-13: 978-0-615-44765-0 epub version Read a preview of the book before purchasing. When ready to …

Gravityship Flyways

In May of 2009 I made the first mention of an upcoming book on gravity modification for designers. After several delays I would like to announce that the book was published in digital format and available for Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook and on iTune’s iBooks for the iPhone and iPad in March of 2011. See the next post …

Emerging Physics – Part 2

Ordinary and Non-Ordinary Matter, Imaginary Matter and Space Drives – Part 2 of Emerging Physics In the paper “Emerging Physics for Novel Field Propulsion Science”, Drs. Jochem Hauser and co-author Walter Dröscher delve deeper into their descriptions of ordinary and non-ordinary matter. In Extended Heim Theory (EHT) Ordinary Matter (OM) describes all messenger particles (gauge bosons) including the graviton, photon, …

Black Swans: GME-2 And Orbo

“Black swans” are the extraordinary exceptions of scientific discovery most likely to increase economic competitiveness and cause profound shifts in our ordered world.  On November 21 I presented at MinneBar, the Minnesota Bar Camp’s “unconference” on the topic of black swans. It was held at the corporate headquarters of Best Buy in Minneapolis. After a little background on myself and …

New D&H paper on Gravitational Field Propulsion… a must read

Walter Dröscher and Jochem Hauser have published a new paper for the 45th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit and Dr. Hauser presented it last month in Denver, Colorado. The title is “Gravitational Field Propulsion” and it is accessible at: http://www.hpcc-space.de/publications/documents/AIAA-2009-5069-885Gravitational_Field_Propulsion.pdf . Be sure to read the corrections here: http://www.hpcc-space.de/ It is to date the most comprehensive and complete overview …

A Clean Energy excerpt from gMOD – The Book

There are several companies working on prototype wind power plants to capture the ambient energy in high altitude wind. Integrated into inflatable balloons the wind plants are floated aloft to altitudes as high as 12,000 meters above ground level. A recent global assessment of wind power at high altitudes has shown that the highest wind power densities are near 10,000 …

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