“There is an error in the equations. We know what it is. We already have the means to travel among the stars but these technologies are locked up in Black Projects…and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.” – Ben Rich, Former Director of Lockheed Martin
The author in his thesis “Pakistan and the Global Game for a New World Order” highlighted the importance of advanced new technologies in determining geo-strategic outlook of Pakistan in the next hundred years. Pakistan’s position on the world map and its role in reshaping of the world order has directly to do with its ability to advance her in technology. While money determines the movement of civilization, technology determines the future of a civilization. With the age of global climate change and the global call [international community] for a gradual shift from 19th century carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases omitting technologies, the need for new technologies and alternate energy resources has become the call of the day since the dawn of 21st century. But what is more significant is that the ones who will hold the patents and supply of these new technologies will determine the course of the world order through financial revenues and through technologies essentially the future of civilization.
The author claims that civilization has reached to a point where we will eventually witness rise in transhumanism, where technology in the age of Artificial Intelligence [AI] will transform the social fabric of the civilization. The following research highlights that US Military Industrial Complex under her black projects in alliance with the international bankers and their multi-national corporations has surpassed rest of the civilization in technology. The rest of the civilizations including Chinese, Russian Orthodox Civilization, Hindu civilization and Islamic Civilization with the global south are merely following suite and trends that are established by the Western power structure led by the international private bankers who owns 80% land of Israel according to Jewish writer Simon Schama. The ability of these private elements to put global technocracy on the rise is essentially putting the matrix of the nation-state system into a great danger. How will Pakistan in this age of realpolitik respond to this challenge? The only way Pakistan can respond to the challenge in the domain of advanced military technology is to develop everything at home. Since 19th century technologies, more or less there are five established global norms of technology-energy use such as;
1- Petroleum – 35.3%
2- Natural Gas – 24.9%
3- Coal – 19.9%
4- Renewable Energy – 9.1%
5- Nuclear Electric Power – 8.3%
Most of the major shares are already owned by the aforementioned two houses of international bankers. However, this article only deal with the domain of technology and it will not reinvent the wheel by highlighting conventional technologies and the use of these aforementioned domains of energy use for public or for military purpose, rather unconventional technologies under classified military projects that have directly to do with zero point energy or anti-gravity propulsion systems and other classified technologies linked to it. The hunt for zero point energy by anyone in the general public has took a form of a taboo since 1960’s and have always been discredited by the international gravity establishment and hierarchies as it is linked with anti-gravitational, electro-gravitic propulsion system and overall interconnected variables in the unified field theory that to some extent defies pre-established Newton’s law of gravity and Einstein’s theory of relativity, when it comes to absolution motion of the matter in a local axis.
This article is part one of a five part series and it provides an introductory proposal to Pakistan Aeronautical Complex [PAC], SUPARCO, NESCOM and AVRID to search for alternative sources of energy and propulsion systems through research and development programs. The five part series of the blueprint can be divided into three main domains of research;
1- The blueprint and theory of Zero Point
2- Experiments and models of Zero Point
3- The secret history and the application of Zero Point
0.2: The Blueprint
The blueprint of Project Basr cannot be understood without having an understanding of the background to the subject. The author has intentionally established a format to give historical background and application of secret technologies in the last two parts. The first part is based on NASA’s model for Propulsion Physics which was penned down by Marc G. Millis in 1998; this model can be used to unify Pakistan’s institutes for military technology under the leadership of leading scientists, engineers and researchers.
In 1996, NASA established the Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program to seek the ultimate breakthroughs in space transportation; propulsion that requires no propellant mass, propulsion that attains the maximum transit speeds physically possible, and breakthrough methods of energy production to power such devices. However, they only made public after working on these areas for almost four decades under black budget programs [see part III and IV].
Topics of interest in this public program include experiments and theories regarding the coupling of gravity and electromagnetism, vacuum fluctuation energy, warp drives and wormholes, and superluminal quantum effects. Because these propulsion goals are presumably far from fruition, a special emphasis is to identify affordable, near-term, and credible research that could make measurable progress toward these propulsion goals. The methods of the program and the results of the 1997 workshop are presented. This Breakthrough Propulsion Physics program, managed by Glenn Research Center, is one part of a comprehensive; long range Advanced Space Transportation Plan managed by Marshall Space Flight Center.
New theories and phenomena have emerged in recent scientific literature that have reawakened consideration that propulsion breakthroughs may be achievable – the kind of breakthroughs that could make human voyages to other star systems possible. This includes literature about warp drives, wormholes, quantum tunneling, vacuum fluctuation energy, and the coupling of gravity and electromagnetism. In 1996, the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) was tasked to formulate a comprehensive strategy for advancing propulsion for the next 25 years and they were requested to make this strategy more visionary than previous plans. This strategy, called the “Advanced Space Transportation Program (ASTP),” spans the nearer-term technology improvements all the way through seeking the breakthroughs that could revolutionize space travel and enable interstellar voyages.
The first step toward solving a problem is to define the problem. To determine the specific technical goals of the program, the “Horizon Mission Methodology” was used. This method forces paradigm shifts beyond extrapolations of existing technologies by using impossible hypothetical mission goals to solicit new solutions. By setting impossible goals, the common practice of limiting visions to extrapolations of existing solutions is prevented. The “impossible” goal used in this exercise was practical interstellar travel. From conducting this exercise, the three major barriers to practical interstellar travel were identified and then set as the program’s technical goals.
MASS: Discover new propulsion methods that eliminate or dramatically reduce the need for propellant. This implies discovering fundamentally new ways to create motion, presumably by manipulating inertia, gravity, or by any other interactions between matter, fields, and space-time.
SPEED: Discover how to attain the ultimate achievable transit speeds to dramatically reduce travel times. This implies discovering a means to move a vehicle at or near the actual maximum speed limit for motion through space or through the motion of space-time itself (if possible, this means circumventing the light speed limit).
ENERGY: Discover fundamentally new modes of onboard energy generation to power these propulsion devices. This third goal is included since the first two breakthroughs could require breakthroughs in energy generation, and since the physics underlying the propulsion goals is closely linked to energy physics.
The objective of the Project Basr is to produce near-term, credible, and measurable progress toward conquering these three goals. The underlined terms are some of the programmatic features needed to conduct such visionary work in formal institutions such as SUPARCO, PAC and NESCOM. Closely related to the need for near-term progress, is the need to measure this progress. The Research Priority criteria, discussed later, include means to quantify progress. For these four areas of crucially important;
1- Relationship between electrodynamics and gravitational fields: is gravity an electromagnetic wave, which can be controlled by amplifying the frequency?
2- The significance of shape power: from vortexes to beetle levitation wings and honeycomb shapes etc.
3- New propulsion systems: with the study of rare earth materials: Mironite, Purest Titanium, Niobium-titanium scalenohedral crystals anti-gravity effect, the significance of element 115 [Uup] with antigravity etc.
4- Why objects lose weight when place above the beam of a rotating [spiral] superconductor: what is the significance of gyroscopes when it comes to anti-gravity propulsion system?
This program is born out of the collaborative networking of individual researchers who explored such topics out of their own interests. This program will continue such collaborative networking. This networking must be open to all the departments of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, SUPARCO, NESCOM and AVRID. Additionally, government labs, universities, and industries, and credible individuals should also take part in it. Also, this program should be opened up for collaboration to the international community. Collaborative networking has the following advantages;
– A diverse, multidisciplinary team provides a well-rounded and more objective program.
– Expertise and talent are scattered across the world, and are not centralized at a single lab. Collaboration boosts credibility.
– Collaboration opens the way for collateral support (where researchers seek support from their host organizations while retaining open information exchange).
– Collaboration allows phased peer reviews, first with the constructive team, then with external reviewers.
To simultaneously focus emerging sciences toward answering the needs of space travel and to provide a programmatic tool for measuring the relative value and progress of research, this program can establish the prioritization criteria listed below. This evaluation system has already gone through three iterations including two trial runs. The features of the system that are discussed in this report include:
– Near-term focus on long range goals: long-range goals are broken down into smaller, affordable, near-term steps. Also, from this point of view, “success” is defined as learning more about reaching the breakthrough, rather than actually achieving the breakthrough. Negative test results are still results, indicating progress.
– Metrics of progress: recognizing an opportunity, problem formulated, data collected, hypothesis tested & results reported and applications conceptual design formulated.
– Credibility criteria with vision: concentration on credible empirical data (how nature is observed to work) rather than depending on current theories or paradigms (how nature is interpreted to work), compare the new idea’s value to existing approaches, ensure that the new idea can be put to a test, and look for the characteristic signs of non-credible science.
Following are the most relevant scientists and their works which should be considered as part of the research program;
1- L. Krauss (Case Western Reserve Univ.), “Propellantless Propulsion: The Most Inefficient Way to Fly?”
2- H. Puthoff (Inst. for Advanced Studies at Austin), “Can the Vacuum be engineered for Spaceflight Applications? Overview of Theory and Experiments”
3- R. Chiao (Univ. of California at Berkeley) & A. Steinberg, “Quantum Optical Studies of Tunneling Times and Superluminality”
4- J. Cramer (Univ. Washington), “Quantum Nonlocality and Possible Superluminal Effects”
5- R. Koczor & D. Noever (MSFC), “Experiments on the Possible Interaction of Rotating Type II YBCO Ceramic Superconductors and the Local Gravity Field”
6- R. Forward (Forward Unlimited), “Apparent Endless Extraction of Energy from the Vacuum by Cyclic Manipulation of Casimir Cavity Dimensions”
7- B. Haisch (Lockheed) & A. Rueda, “The Zero-Point Field and the NASA Challenge to Create the Space Drive”
8- A. Rueda (California State Univ.) & B. Haisch, “Inertial Mass as Reaction of the Vacuum to Accelerated Motion”
9- D. Cole (IBM Microelectronics), “Calculations on Electromagnetic Zero-Point Contributions to Mass and Perspectives”
10- P. Milonni (Los Alamos), “Casimir Effect: Evidence and Implications”
11- H. Yilmaz (Electro-Optics Tech. Ctr.), “The New Theory of Gravitation and the Fifth Test”
12- A. Kheyfets (N. Carolina St. U.) & W. Miller, “Hyper-Fast Interstellar Travel via Modification of Space-time Geometry”
13- F. Tipler, III (Tulane U.), “Ultra-relativistic Rockets and the Ultimate Future of the Universe”
14- G. Miley (U. of Illinois), “Possible Evidence of Anomalous Energy Effects in H/D-Loaded Solids– Low Energy Nuclear Reactions”
15- E. Podkletnov, R. Nieminen (U. of Tempere), “A possibility of gravitational force shielding by bulk YBa2Cu3O7−x superconductor”
Toward Eliminating Propellant Mass
The findings from the aforementioned scientists explain that it is known that gravity, electromagnetism and space-time are coupled phenomena. Evidence includes the bending of light, the red-shifting of light, and the slowing of time in a gravitational field. This coupling is most prominently described by General Relativity. Given this coupling and our technological proficiency for electromagnetics, it has been speculated that it may become possible to use electromagnetic technology to manipulate inertia, gravity, or space-time to induce propulsive forces.
Another phenomenon of interest is the Casimir Effect, where closely spaced plates are forced together, presumably by vacuum fluctuations. One explanation is that this force is the net radiation pressure of the virtual vacuum fluctuation photons, where the pressure is greater outside the plates than within, since wavelengths larger than the plate separation are excluded. The force is inversely proportional to the 4th power of the distance. Even though this effect can be explained by various theories, the idea that the vacuum might create these forces leads to speculations that an asymmetric vacuum effect, if possible, could lead to a propulsive effect.
There are many unsolved issues regarding these speculations, including whether these phenomena can lead to controllable net-force effects and whether such effects can be created, even in principle, without violating conservation of momentum and energy. Although it is presently unknown if such propellant-less propulsion can be achieved, several theories have emerged that provide additional research paths. It should be noted that all of these theories are too new to have either been confirmed or discounted, but their potential utility warrants consideration.
Toward Achieving The Ultimate Transit Speed
Special Relativity states that the speed of light is an upper limit for the motion of matter through space-time. Recently, however, theories using the formalism of General Relativity have suggested that this limit can be circumvented by altering space-time itself. This includes “wormhole” and “warp drive” theories. A wormhole is a shortcut created through space-time where a region of space-time is warped to create a shorter path between two points. A warp drive involves the expansion and contraction of space-time to propel a region of space-time faster than light. The notion of faster-than-light travel evokes many critical issues. Issues include causality violations, the requirement for negative energy, and the requirement for enormous energy densities to create the superluminal effects. Theoretical approaches have been suggested to address these issues, including the use of quantum gravity.
It has also been suggested by the aforementioned scientists [in literature review section] that the light speed limit may be exceeded if velocities could take on imaginary values. In addition, there are theories for “nonlocality” from Quantum Physics that suggest potentially superluminal effects. These theories not only present challenging physics problems, but are intriguing from the point of view of future space travel. Do these theories represent genuinely possible physical effects, or are they merely mathematical curiosities? Wormholes, if they exist, may be observable through astronomical searches. The characteristic signature of a negative mass wormhole (possibly a traversable type) has been specified to aid this search. Regarding possible experiments, it has been suggested to use the strong magnetic fields that are momentarily generated by chemical and nuclear explosions and lasers to test the space-warping effect of magnetic fields.
Towards New Mode of Energy Production
The scientists suggest that, since the first two breakthroughs could require breakthroughs in energy generation, and since the physics underlying the propulsion goals is closely linked to energy physics, it is also of interest to discover fundamentally new modes of energy generation. The principle phenomena of interest for this category are, again, the vacuum fluctuations. It has been theorized that this energy can be extracted without violating conservation of energy or any thermodynamic laws. It is still unknown if this vacuum energy exists as predicted, how much energy might be available to extract, and what the secondary consequences would be of extracting vacuum energy.
It has been suggested to continue experimental work to study the Casimir effect, not only to address these energy questions, but to explore the more general physics of geometry and temperature effects on the Casimir effect. Techniques have been suggested for using micromechanical technology to study Casimir effects. Not only are micromechanical structures an emerging technology, but the dimensions of such structures are similar to the dimensions required for Casimir effects. Also, should any viable device be engineered, these methods might be adaptable for high-volume manufacturing. On another vein, it has been suggested to continue the study of the son-luminescence effect and its relation to vacuum fluctuation energy. On a more conventional vein, ideas were raised at the workshop by Tipler and LaPointe for seeking alternative methods of antimatter production.