Drew is a second-generation Space Coast native who grew up knowing that moon landings and Star Trek were both real. Now a professional Aerospace Engineer by trade, he run his own space program out of a private airfield north of the Kennedy Space Center when not building rockets for others. Starting with balsa wood and flyback transformer lifters more than 20 years ago, he has developed the propellantless propulsion system now branded as the Exodus Effect. Based around the Asymmetrical Electrostatic Pressure concept, my propulsion team and I have created, tested and documented more than 1500 separate “thruster” test articles in air, oil, and vacuum. Ongoing research includes meta material investigation, electrostatic field interactions, RF based thrust generation and all manner of bread making. Of them all, bread making is by far the most difficult and rewarding. On any given Sunday, my hanger is the only place on earth that has fresh pizza and operational warp drive.