Authors: Eric W. Davis
This paper describes the physical features of traversable wormhole -stargates, which were derived from classical general relativity, and how they can be created. A summary of the engineering-physics parameters characterizing wormholes is provided to demonstrate the technical challenges facing laboratory efforts to create them. A real stargate can be derived from standard wormhole physics and its features are presented. The characteristics and performances of UFO phenomenon are delineated and a hypothesis is proposed that these can be understood as manifestations of traversable wormhole-stargate technology. A recent alternative theory of gravity is also presented, which supports faster-than-light motion that appears to parallel traversable wormhole and/or warp drive physics. This alternative model has also been shown to provide a natural explanation for much of the UFO phenomenon.
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[v1] 25 Mar 2007
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