Benjamin T. Solomon is a member of the Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion Technical Committee of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, the founder of iSETI LLC, and founder of the Xodus One Foundation researching interstellar propulsion physics and technologies.

Ben  has published numerous peer-reviewed conference and journal papers on gravity modification and interstellar propulsion, and recently completed a 12-year study into the theoretical and technological feasibility of gravity modification. He is the author of the book An Introduction to Gravity Modification: A Guide to Using Laithwaite’s and Podkletnov’s Experiments and the Physics of Forces for Empirical Results. (Read the first 25 free pages.) He discovered the generic force field equation for macro (gravity, electromagnetism & mechanical) forces, g = ô c2, where ô is the change in time dilation divided by the change in distance; gravitational, electromagnetic & mechanical noninertia Ni fields, the photon’s spatial probability field and the Var-Gamma distribution.

He has defined gravity modification as the modification of the strength and/or the direction of the gravitational effect without the use of mass as the primary source of this modification; and consists of two parts, field modulation and field vectoring. Field modulation is the ability to attenuate or amplify a force field. Field vectoring is the ability to change the direction of the force field.

Ben earned his BSc in Electrical & Electronics Engineering at Aston University, United Kingdom in 1979. He earned his Master of Arts in Operations Research at Lancaster University, United Kingdom in 1982. He earned his MBS in Banking & Finance at University College Dublin, Ireland in 1995. He earned his Certificate at the Professional Program in Relativity, Gravity, and Cosmology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2006.