APEC 6/11: Quantumloop Field-Propulsion & Quantized Weight

Conference Details

Shreesh Holla will present on the QuantumLoop field propulsion technology, Jim Buckeyne will propose a mathematical model for Quantized Weight, and David Pares will discuss the Variable Electromagnetic Drive. Mark Sokol & Aidan Schaffer will provide detailed lab updates in preparation for their upcoming experimental marathon, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

12:00pm PT – Shreesh Holla – Quantumloop Anti-Inertial Propulsion

Quantumloop is a breakthrough field propulsion technology as a unique thermodynamic non-equilibrium heat engine for anti-inertial propulsion by harnessing inertia/“vacuum” energy – a highly scalable electric propulsion technology for high speed, extremely low power consumption. Applicable across marine, space, aerial, and land – no propellers needed for marine. The technology is a novel superstring propulsion technology where vacuum momentum is inserted into the system satisfying conservation laws while not needing reaction mass. At a ~TRL4 stage.

2:00pm PT – Jim Buckeyne – Quantized Weight

Jim has been been working on using 3D rotation vectors for rotations, rather than quaternions, matrices, complex numbers, etc. This eventually overlapped Quantum Mechanics spin, and let him to investigating possible applications. In his presentation, he will re-frame the existing 4D spacetime as 7D (3 linear velocity, 3 spin, and 1 time). Jim also has lots of demos that he will share to support his conceptual model.

4:00pm PT – David Pares – The Variable Electromagnetic Drive

For the last seven years, the Quantum Electrodynamics R&D team has been developing a proprietary Variable Electromagnetic (VEM) Drive that compresses the fabric of space. The VEM Drive requires no liquid propellant that chemical and ion drives require to move through space. The team has performed replicable demonstrations that the VEM Drive (Version 18) can produce up to three pounds of pull solely on battery power, and plans to construct a more powerful set of drives capable of achieving autonomous lift for space propulsion applications.

6:00pm PT – Mark Sokol – Lab Updates

Mark Sokol and Aidan Schaffer will discuss the latest updates to the lab in preparation for their upcoming experiment marathon. This includes the addition of a Vacuum Vapor Deposition machine for thin-film metamaterial manufacturing for use in various experiments including Alzofon.

They will also attempt to manufacture the now infamous “UFO SKIN SAMPLE” consisting of Bismuth Zinc and Magnesium along with their oxide layers for test in the EPR Alzofon setup.

Additionally, they will also going to be giving the Podklenov Gravity Impulse Experiment another shot with a much more accurate replication including a custom-made acrylic vacuum chamber and massive Helmholtz coils.

Aidan will also present on his replication attempt of the Manelles thermoelectric conversion device and a custom-made magnet conditioner that allows the creation of scalar magnetic fields in a ferrite magnet.

7:00pm PT – Open Discussion

Conference guests interested in presenting experimental info to the group are invited to participate at this time, and our presenters will be available to take questions & discuss experiments.


Links & Resources

• Shreesh Holla: Quantumloop Propulsion
• Jim Buckeyne YouTube Channel | Bell’s Inequality | CHSH Game  | GitHub Physics Software Repository
• David Pares: QEM-R&D (VEM Drive)
• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website