Category Archive for: ‘Applications’


Design implications from Chapter 7 of the upcoming Nova Book

In the upcoming book, New Frontiers in Space Propulsion, chapter 7, Elementary Primer of Field Propulsion Physics, was authored by Walter Dröscher and Jochem Hauser.  They make several interesting points about generating extreme gravitomagnetic fields that have not previously been addressed in their writings but which add new depth to their writings on the topic.  This will likely be expanded upon in …

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Article on Terrestrial and space applications of gravity-like fields now available

The published version of my article, “Terrestrial and space applications of gravity-like fields: A designer’s perspective” is now available. My thanks to Mehta Press and to the steadfast efforts of Prof. Jochem Hauser in making sure that the article was listed this current year.

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Speculative Post: Connections between LENR and gravity modification.

Some time ago the thought occurred to me that the apparent violation of conservation of energy reported by Steorn might also be found in experiments to produce gravity-like fields, though at first glance the two would appear to be completely unrelated. In April of 2007 while under an NDA to Steorn, I posted some very speculative threads within their private …


Swarming and DigiGrav

Nearly a decade ago when I was teaching Second Life to my students, I would occasionally come to a new “sandbox” where, upon landing, I was immediately hit with a barrage of swarming objects. They visually blocked my vision in every direction and made navigation around that territory impossible. That swarming behavior was a relatively new feature of Second Life …

Design Factors

Design factors for gravityships and gravitecture+

Until it becomes a discipline in its own right with its own set of best practices, gravity design will likely begin as an intersection of other design disciplines.  Other design disciplines may include: Industrial/Product Design Interface Design Transportation Design Architecture Urban Design Experience Design …and other non-design disciplines: Social demography Cultural studies Sports kinesiology Medicine …and likely several others. The …


Terrestrial and space applications of gravity-like fields

This is a preprint of an article accepted for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Space Exploration, ©2014 Mehta Press: Terrestrial and space applications of gravity-like fields. Publication date Aug/Sept 2014. ABSTRACT: Extended Heim Theory (EHT) suggests two additional gravity-like fundamental forces and proposes the possibility of propellant-less propulsion for space flight. If sufficiently safe and cost …


Upcoming article on design and gravity-like fields

There will be an upcoming special edition of the Journal of Space Exploration (JSE) entitled “Journal of Space Exploration on Spaceflight Perspectives from Novel Concepts of Spacetime, Gravitation, and Symmetries”. It is being orchestrated by Dr.rer. nat. Jochem Hauser, Professor(em) HPC, Campus Suderburg, Ostfalia University. There will be seven papers including one I authored entitled, “Terrestrial and space applications of gravity-like …

LENR Aircraft

LENR for Aircraft

Though the Swiss effort to power vehicles through applying LENR technology (see blog “First Research for Powering Vehicles with LENR” on July 14) was impressive in it’s aggressive timeline approach, other researchers are intent on studying the long-range application of LENR to aircraft. There is a May 2012 NASA study (NASA/CR-2012-217556) entitled “Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research, PhaseII: N+4 Advanced …


Steorn In €50 Million A Year HephaHeat Bonanza

On July 20 I mentioned in this blog that physicist Brian Ahern had proposed asymmetric magnetism as the basis for LENR. Steorn, an engineering firm in Dublin, had previously claimed that its Orbo power generation technology operated through the application of asymmetric magnetism. The Sunday Times Ireland’s business section recently contained a surprising new article on intellectual property development firm …

How commercial is LENR?

Since I’ve broached the topic of LENR, the question now is “How commercially viable is LENR?” In part, that has been address in Tyler van Houweligne’s slideshow, “Is Commercial Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) the Real Deal?” available here: It is a well considered compilation of research and opinions, and though the tone may be influenced toward the affirmative …

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