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Prospects for a Breakthrough in Field Dependent Propulsion

A.C. Holt, NASA Johnson Space Center
A paper from AIAA/SAE/ASME 16TH JOINT PROPULSION CONFERENCE
June 30-July 2, FIELD-DEPENDENT "PROPULSION"
1980, Hartford, Connecticut
AIAA-80-1233
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A commentary on Prospects for a Breakthrough in Field Dependent Propulsion from Padrack.com
RS Electrogravitic References: Part 6 of 19
I have recently come into possession of a paper on magneto-gravitics and field resonance systems, presented by A.C. Holt from NASA Johnson Space Center to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics' 16th Joint Propulsion Conference, June 30-July 2, 1980. Holt presents a project using an already existing system known as the Coherent Field and Energy Resonance System (CoFERS) [probably located at Los Alamos Labs' High Magnetic Field Research Laboratory]. CoFERS utilizes a toroidal-shaped energy guide with megagauss magnetic field sources located along radius vectors equally spaced around the toroid. CoFERS is shaped like a thick flying disc.
Holt goes on to say: "By converying [sic] an object's normal space-time energy pattern to an energy pattern which differs substantially from the normal pattern, the gravitational forces acting on the object are changed. The object's new pattern interacts with the surrounding space-time and virtual energy patterns, such that the interactive forces are substantially altered. The alteration of the characteristics of the continuous field of force results in the apparent motion of the object through space-time." [...] "Since the gravitational forces acting on the propulsion system can be quickly altered to achieve the desired motion, the spacecraft can make right-angle turns at very-high velocities without adversely affecting the crew or system elements. The effective gravitational field the spacecraft/aircraft experiences can be nearly simultaneously reoriented at a 90-degree angle, resulting in a smooth continuous motion as far as the occupants are concerned." [...] "The gravimagnetic system is perhaps best suited for use in and around ... a large mass such as the Earth."
"While the gravimagnetic system is likely to be the first field-dependent propulsion system developed, the field resonance system will bring stellar and galactic travel out of the realm of science fiction. The field resonance system artificially generates an energy pattern which precisely matches or resonates with a virtual pattern associated with a distent [sic] space-time point. According to the model, if a fundamental or precise resonance is established, (using hydromagnetic wave fine-tuning techniques), the spacecraft will be very strongly and equally repelled by surrounding virtual patterns. At the same time, through the virtual many-dimensional structure of space-time, a very strong attraction with the virtual pattern of a distant space-time point will exist. ...this combination of very strong forces will result in the translocation of the spacecraft from its initial position through the many-dimensional virtual structure to the distant space-time point. [ ... ] "A space-time 'jump' already appears to be supported by astrophysical research."
Should you wish the entirety of this report, "Prospects for a Breakthrough in Field Dependent Propulsion" by A.C. Holt, you can order it from AeroPlus Dispatch, 1722 Gilbreth Road, Burlingame, CA 94010; phone: (800)-662-AERO. The paper/conference number is AIAA-80-1233 (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, June 30-July 2, 1980 - 16th Annual Conference. -- Rich Boylan


There is also a great article discussing the work of A.C. Holt in the Electric Spacecraft Journal: Issue No. 5, June 30, 1992.


URL: http://padrak.com/ine/RS_REF6.html

Jerry E. Bayles
http://www.electrogravity.com/QVP/QVehProp.htm