The following is a collection of the most promising ideas for Warp-Drive, “anti-gravity”, and advanced propulsion, accompanied by a testable hypothesis.
Here are some interesting papers on intertia, inertial mass, relative mass, and zero point energy.
THE CASE FOR INERTIA AS A VACUUM EFFECT:
A REPLY TO WOODWARD AND MAHOOD
York Dobyns, Alfonso Rueda, & Bernard Haisch
3251 Hanover St., Palo Alto, CA 94304
Foundations of Physics, in press, Jan. 2000
Gravity and the quantum vacuum inertia hypothesis
Alfonso Rueda and Bernard Haisch
Review of Experimental Concepts for Studying the
Quantum Vacuum Field
E. W. Davis, V. L. Teofilo, B. Haisch, H. E. Puthoff, L. J. Nickisch
Anti-Gravity with Present Technology: Implementation and Theoretical Foundation
F.E. Alzofon, Boeing Aerospace Co, Seattle, WA
AIAA/SAE/ASME 17th Joint Propulsion Conference
July 27-29, 1981 /Colorado Springs, Colorado
PhOENIX: the Physics Of Entanglement Networks and Information eXchanges: Is a theory of topological combinatorics which describes the connected-ness or entanglement of the Universe.
Introduction to PhOENIX Combinatoric Relativity Theory which produces the grand matrix through multiplicities of entangled quanta.
Here is the first paper:
(LINK CRT PAPER)
Here is a map showing the visual “knot” structures of PhOENIX and how they relate to the fundamental particles in physics, such as quarks, leptons, hadrons, baryons, photons, etc. as closed-loop knots:
Photons are interpreted as a connected point of information exchange between two vertices. Leptons are single vertex particles, while Hardrons and Baryons are bundles of 3 or more vertices entangled together.
The following video is part 1-4 of a series made by Ken in 2012 to explain the fundamental particles and his matrix formulations for phoenix theory:
01 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Principle of Existence
02 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Particles of PhOENIX
03 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Particles of PhOENIX
04 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Photons of PhOENIX
Here is a more complete particle map: