APEC 6/26: Induced Matter Theory & Pulsed Inertial Engines

June 26, 2021| Events|6 Minutes|By Tim Ventura

Detlef Hoyer discusses space travel by reduced effective mass after induced matter theory, Matthew Szydagis discusses propulsion applications of dark matter & dark energy, and Bryan St. Clair talks about his work with pulsed inertial engine technology. We will also hear updates from Falcon Space & associates, and we’ll be finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

Part #1 – Detlef Hoyer – Space Travel by Reduced Effective Mass after Induced Matter Theory

In this presentation, physicist & PhD theoretical electrical engineer Detlef Hoyer approaches the challenge of space travel from Cartesian first principles, and begins with a thorough analysis of the actual challenges involved with reaching even the nearest star system. He will discuss Cartesian ideas on mechanical & geometric physics, Faraday’s idea of electric & magnetic lines of flux, and contrast this with Newton’s law of gravity, where force grasps directly from a mass point over a distance to the center of another mass. Hoyer will also discuss modern physics that has arisen from these principles, and describe an approach to reducing effective mass that comes as a result. Dr. Hoyer has done considerable work in the realm of applied Kaluza-Klein Theory, which influences his approach to breakthrough propulsion physics.

Part #2 – Detlef Hoyer – Space Travel by Reduced Effective Mass after Induced Matter Theory – Q&A Session

Detlef Hoyer answers questions related to his presentation.

Part #3 – Tim Ventura & Franc Milburn – ODNI UAP Report Overview

Tim Ventura provides an overview of the “Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” report released on June 25th by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and highlights some of the key findings described in the publicly available summary. Franc Milburn joins this session to provide his thoughts & analysis on the ODNI UAP Report, as well as his opinions on its findings. Milburn is the author of the “The Pentagon’s UAP Task Force”, published through the Begin-Sadat Center at Bar-Ilan University.

Part #4 – Tim Ventura & Franc Milburn – ODNI UAP Report Overview – Q&A Session

Tim Ventura and Franc Milburn answer questions related to their presentation.

Part #5 – Matthew Szydagis – Dark Matter & Dark Energy: What are They and can Either be Used as a Propellant?

One of the most enduring scientific mysteries of the 20th-21st centuries is the missing ~95% of the mass-energy content of the Universe, in the forms of dark matter and dark energy, the former binding galaxies together with additional gravity, the latter exuding an anti-gravitational-like effect that accelerates cosmic expansion. The different models for dark matter will be reviewed such as Supersymmetry and extra dimensions, as well as the quantum zero-point energy and chameleon particle explanations for dark energy. Modified-gravity theories, very common in propulsion ideas, will also be reviewed, showcasing evidence both against/for them, but concluding dark matter and dark energy are more likely explanations for anomalous observations in astronomy. Speculation as to how one or both of these mysteries, once properly understood, could be utilized by an advanced civilization to propel an interstellar craft potentially relativistically will be the cornerstone of this talk.

Part #6 – Matthew Szydagis – Dark Matter & Dark Energy: What are They and can Either be Used as a Propellant?

Matthew Szydagis answers questions related to his presentation.

Part #7 – Bryan St. Clair – Pulsed Inertial Engine Technology

Pulsed Inertial Engine Technology is an Open Source vehicle propulsion project which builds on an Incredible framework developed by Brandson “Roy” Thornson nearly 50 years ago in the ’70s and ’80s. In this presentation, Bryan St. Clair will describe how this technology can propel a vehicle without an external connection to the surrounding environment. Bryan is the founder of Stclairtech R&D, a fully independent research and development organization with a background in the automotive industry and a current focus on emerging alternative technologies.

Part #8 – Bryan St. Clair – Pulsed Inertial Engine Technology

Bryan St. Clair answers questions related to his presentation.

7:00pm PT – Open Discussion & Ad Hoc Presentations

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. A number of topics are discussed including: UAPs, Alexey Chekurkov’s Graviflyer, Glen “Tony” Robertson’s work with superconductive gravity shielding at NASA, etc.

Links & Resources:
• Detlef Hoyer: AIAA Publication
• Matthew Szydagis: Publications On ResearchGate
• Bryan St. Clair: StClairTech: Pulsed Inertial Engine Technology
• Falcon Space Facebook | YouTube
• Jeremy Rys: Alien Scientist Website