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APEC 11/25: Superforce, UAP Tracking & Prime Numbers

Conference Details

Salvatore Pais & John Brandenburg will discuss the “Superforce”, Mitch Randall will explain passive radar for UAP tracking, Hugh Deasy will explain his research into Prime Numbers and applications for breakthrough propulsion, and Jack Sarfatti will discuss UAP Physics. This November APEC turns 3, so we’ll be celebrating with conference attendees and participants, as well as hearing updates from our lab partners and finishing off the event with an open discussion by conference attendees!

12:00pm PT – Hugh Deasy – Prime Numbers, Local Space Drives & Warp-Drives

Hugh will provide insights into Prime Numbers based on custom computer program analysis he has used to investigated some features of prime numbers. He believes that his research has led to what may be a fundamental discovery about prime numbers, which could potentially be related to Searl’s “Law Of The Squares” and have propulsion and energy-generation applications. He will also discuss a competing idea to the IVO quantum drive (to be launched on SpaceX transporter 9 on Nov 7th), and will offer suggestions for one avenue of design for a hyperspace propulsion system.

1:00pm PT – Mitch Randall – Passive Radar for UAP Tracking & Research

Mitch Randall will discuss a novel approach to tracking Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) using passive radar detection. This technology works by comparing reflected radio & other common electromagnetic signals against locally known source locations, thereby allowing the radar to detect moving airborne objects without sending a signal. Randall hopes that this technology will be adopted by citizen investigators of the UAP phenomenon, and could potentially provide a national UAP detection network similar in architecture to the old “SETI @ Home” distributed signal processing network.

2:00pm PT – Salvatore Pais & John Brandenburg – The Superforce

Dr’s Salvatore Pais and John Brandenburg participate in a joint discussion of Pais’ new publication on the “Superforce” and it’s relationship to the Pais Effect. Dr. Pais has described the “The Superforce” as a “Fundamental Force of Unification” that can also described as the “Planck Force”, and is found in the field equations of Einstein’s General Relativity theory. Dr. Brandenburg has discussed the the Pais paper in past events, and in this presentation he will discuss it jointly with Dr. Pais to provide context on how to harness it for propulsion applications.

3:00pm PT – Jack Sarfatti – David Grusch & UAP Physics

Dr Jack Sarfatti will discuss a summary of UAP related claims compiled from the David Grusch narrative on Reddit, and offer his insights into how his research into gravitational metamaterials and advanced relativitistic physics can explain contemporary sightings. Dr. Sarfatti’s approach to a low-power warp-drive is based on the conventional & well-accepted principles of relativity theory.

4:00pm PT – Lab Partners – Experimental Research Updates

Learn about hands-on engineering & technical research on advanced propulsion experiments by our lab partners. Mark Sokol & the Falcon Space team will describe recent work on NMR / EPR gravity-modification experiments, Jarod Yates & Charles Crawford will provide updates on the Graviflyer, Bryan St. Clair will discuss research being done into new inertial propulsion experiments, and other labs are anticipated to share updates as well during this time.

5:00pm PT – APEC’s 3rd Birthday Party!

The Nov 25th Conference marks APEC’s 3rd year of events, with nearly 60 total events since we started the conference in Nov 2020. We are proud to support the Alt Propulsion Community and thankful for being able to help scientists, engineers & independent researchers spread the word about their innovations. We’ll be spending this segment celebrating APEC’s Birthday, as well as participating in Open Discussion with conference presenters and attendees.


Links & Resources

• Cover Art: “Birthdays In Space” by Bob Ranew
• Pais & Brandenburg: The Superforce
• Mitch Randall: Passive Radar for UAP Tracking
• Hugh Deasy: Prime Numbers & Warp-Drives