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Erasmus Profile Erasmus : I believe that the human race is destined to become an aggressively space faring species – or to face extinction. Our current circumstances demand a resolution of our problems- humanity learning to travel through space.Our history ... (Censored). Commandant Commandant :

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : The key achievements or technologies that we need to fulfil this destiny are: achieving orbit in a cost-effective manner (and rocket propulsion I believe it is too costly a solution for achieving orbit), and to develop ‘massless’ propulsion for travel through space.


Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : The key technology in both situations will be the generation of gravity.
If we can generate gravity, we can achieve orbit with the spaceship of the same mass as on the surface of the planet. You can leave orbit and return to the planet. And then without refuelling can leave the planet and return to orbit.

Our technology today is incapable of “take-off and land” THEN “take-off and land” for any aspect of access to orbit or space. Planes can go up and back, and then up and back. But planes go into the air, not to orbit and, do so as long as their fuel supply lasts.

We are tied to energy production through the burning of chemical fuels with oxygen. And Oxygen is heavy. As soon as a plane achieves a significant height above the surface of the earth (say 90,000 feet or 30,000 m), oxygen becomes a scarce commodity as the atmospheric pressure drops. And remember atmospheric pressure halves every approximately 10,000 feet. Atmosphere of any sort is getting pretty scarce by 90,000 feet or 30,000 m.

The current edge of our orbital technology is proposing scram jets. If we can get up enough speed in the first 30 km of flight (i.e. 30,000 m), we only need to carry a little bit of oxygen to complete the process of burning the chemical fuel. It is not the fuel that is the problem, but the need to carry oxygen to combust it that exponentially increases the weight of “orbit achieving” rockets.

Gravity Well
Earth's Gravity Well

 

If we can generate gravity, we can travel for distances through space for long periods of time and arrive at our destination with a spaceship of the same mass as left our planet. And then without refuelling, the same spaceship can return home. The same situation as for achieving orbit.

Goo Goo : Gravity is the key.

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : But energy is the key as well. Fission based nuclear power plants are heavy and are too dangerous to use for the exponential generation of thrust energy in the first phase of achieving orbit. Fission encompasses predominantly the 'weak nuclear interaction'.

But fusion is also too difficult as well. The high cost in energy and weight terms of containment for the fusion reaction is showcasing a technology that has too high a base weight for energy output. To this day we have barely been able to create and sustain a fusion reaction, much less achieve a fusion reaction with positive energy output. Fusion as a technology focuses on the 'strong nuclear interactions' to achieve high energy output.

Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : Perhaps gravity is the key again.

If we can generate gravity, we may be able to make our fusion power plants/engines much smaller and much more efficient. Less weight for more containment and with higher and scalable energy output, even achieving exponential power output increments with safety.

Both fission and fusion rely on the production of heat and electricity to create the energy or thrust for drive. However, gravity generation ‘directly’ and efficiently creates drive thrust. Gravity as a drive technology bypasses many losses and inefficiencies inherent in the interconversion of energy with both fusion and fission powering of rockets.

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : The most basic problem in working with gravity is that it is a weak force and is hard to detect. You cannot see it. You are hard pressed to see its effects – with small amounts. Chances are we will never ever detect a single graviton. We have direct evidence for every other particle and force within the standard model of matter. But not for gravity.

Goo Goo : Gravity is hard to detect. If we cannot use our senses directly, we must use science and instrumentation. We need to use thought and imagination.

Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : The key issue of course is “What is Gravity”?” We already know many of our ideas are wrong. Gravity is a force. But gravity can escape from a black hole therefore must be massless. This challenges our scientific mantra that energy is equivalent to mass. How can gravity be a force which has energy but still has no mass?  Our senses tell us one reality. Science tells us another. So what is right?

What is Gravity

Goo Goo : What is Gravity? A question scientists have asked since discovering the Apple.

Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : To understand gravity, we first need to understand the nature of force and matter, in which milieu gravity exists.

Goo Goo : As with our previous sites, we’re going to review the relevant information to developing a solution to this technological breakthrough.

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : First we will look at the structure of matter and energy.


Erasmus Profile Erasmus : Secondly we’re going to look at the interactions of photons with atoms: in particular “atomic Valence shells” and a peculiar property called “Spin”. They open the door to our understanding of the quantum world. And they are likely relevant to the generation of gravity.

But I believe our knowledge of how force and matter works and interacts, also highlights things that we do not experience in our 3D+T (3DT) space-time. If we are limited to our reality (3DT), a number of energy equations do not balance.

Kinkajou Profile Kinkajou : Ah I see. And you believe gravity and the world beyond the brane (x3DT) is at the heart of these interactions.

Erasmus Profile Erasmus : Yes indeed. There is a lot of evidence that the synthesis of gravity is possible. And the key to any achievement, is knowing that it is possible. Starting with a simple belief that we can do it.
We are clever little monkeys and I’m sure we can do it. Once we look at the problem from the right direction. The discussion of matter and forces is important. Without realising what is and how it works, it is impossible to see the problems inherent in our logic.

 

 

 

 

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