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November 10, 2005

Space Oddity

You can only wonder what Boris Volfson has got parked in his garage. What he has in his file cabinet is USPN 6,960,975 (pdf). If you want to sell your anti-gravity powered spaceship with hollow superconductive shield, you better first take a patent license from Boris. Either that, or go intergalactic to evade infringement. As to the patent office granting this, it's a spacetime anomaly indeed.

This is a patent abstract to die for.

A space vehicle propelled by the pressure of inflationary vacuum state is provided comprising a hollow superconductive shield, an inner shield, a power source, a support structure, upper and lower means for generating an electromagnetic field, and a flux modulation controller. A cooled hollow superconductive shield is energized by an electromagnetic field resulting in the quantized vortices of lattice ions projecting a gravitomagnetic field that forms a spacetime curvature anomaly outside the space vehicle. The spacetime curvature imbalance, the spacetime curvature being the same as gravity, provides for the space vehicle's propulsion. The space vehicle, surrounded by the spacetime anomaly, may move at a speed approaching the light-speed characteristic for the modified locale.

So, exactly how does it go?

By creating a spacetime curvature anomaly associated with lowered pressure of inflationary vacuum state around a space vehicle, with the lowest vacuum pressure density located directly in front of the vehicle, a condition could be created where gravity associated with lowered vacuum pressure density pulls the vehicle forward in modified spacetime.

And the physics behind it...

Analyzing physics laws defining the cosmological constant, a conclusion can be drawn that, if a levitating, rotating superconductive disk subjected to high frequency magnetic fields affects the cosmological constant within a locality, it would also affect the vacuum energy density. According to the general relativity theory, the gravitational attraction is explained as the result of the curvature of spacetime being proportional to the cosmological constant. Thus, the change in the gravitational attraction of the vacuum's subatomic particles would cause a local anomaly in the curvature of the Einsteinean spacetime.

Do you remember the 'flux capacitor' from the DeLorean time machine in the movie series "Back to the Future"? Yep, the Borismobile has one. But you probably had that figured out already.

By creating alternative anomalies and modulating their parameters, the space vehicle's crew would dilate and contract time and space on demand. The space vehicle, emitting a vacuum pressure modifying, controllably-modulated gravitomagnetic field in all directions, would rapidly move in the uneven spacetime anomaly it created, pulled forward by gravity or pushed by the repulsion force. The time rate zone of the anomaly is expected to have multiple quantized boundaries rather than a single sudden boundary affecting space and time in the immediate proximity of the vehicle. Speed, rate of time, and direction in space could be shifted on demand and in a rapid manner. The modulated light-speed could make the space vehicle suitable for interstellar travel. Because of the time rate control in the newly created isospace, the accelerations would be gradual and the angles of deviation would be relatively smooth. The gravity shielding would further protect pilots from the ill-effects of gravity during rapid accelerations, directional changes, and sudden stops.

With its 47% energy conversion efficiency, the Borismobile goes from zero to light speed in less than year. That's real performance and economy you simply can't get in other anti-gravity ships nowadays. And it stops on a dime.

Posted by Patent Hawk at November 10, 2005 12:06 AM | Prosecution

Comments

He might not have a garage. Look at the address on the patent; He lives in an apartment.

Posted by: Josh at November 10, 2005 6:03 AM