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Achieving near light speed to faster than light speed via wave propagation and electromagnetic field propulsion


Aeronautics and Aerospace Open Access Journal
Shivam Mathur, Adnaan Mukhtar

Abstract

Background: As man aims to go beyond the reach of the solar system, technologies that are capable of achieving such distances pose serious problems. One being that spacecrafts are not fast enough to reach destinations and hence it takes extremely a long time. The solution to this would be near light speed or faster light speed travel. It is debated highly that such travel is not possible due to conventional physics, but when man breaks the norms and looks outside the box solutions can be found. The closest star Proxima Centauri is a few light years away and with conventional engines it can take decades and centuries to reach. The use of antigravity and antimatter engines have also been researched widely at many institutions like NASA and other agencies which make major leaps in this field however very rarely have significant solutions been found, this is why the following paper is going to be discussing how NLS and FTL light speed can be achieved.The type of propulsion source proposed would be wrap drives along with field propulsion in order for the spacecraft to bend space to get to destinations faster. This solution might reduce the time it take to reach stars by a huge amounts. To put things into better perspective spacecrafts might be able to reach Proxima Centauri in a few years (3-5 years) with this technology.

Keywords

antimatter, antigravity, positron, graviton, unified field theory, special relativity, quantum entanglement, anti-graviton electromagnetic field propulsion, quantum field theory, wormholes, space time distortions, wrap drives, black holes, wormholes, negative charges, positive charges, blinding of space time, helical engine

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