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Theoretical and Experimental Research on Field Propulsion Using the Developments of the BSM-Supergravitation Unified Theory

Authors: Stoyan Sarg

The Basic Structures of Matter - Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG) is based on an alternative space concept. The developed models provide a vision for the possible material structure of the elementary particles and the superfine structure of the physical vacuum called the Cosmic Lattice (CL). The properties of the CL elementary node and its interaction with the elementary particles give clues to the connection between gravity and inertia on one side and the electric and magnetic fields on the other. Mass appears to be not equivalent to matter but its measurable parameter, so it could be changed by proper modulation of the parameters of the physical vacuum. BSM-SG predicts an unique gravito-inertial effect which was verified by experiments and was called Stimulated Anomalous Reaction of Gravity (SARG). It is activated by a Heterodyne Resonance Method invoking Quantum Mechanical interactions between oscillating ion-electron pairs and the space-time continuum.

Comments: 4 pages, Included in Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Natural Philosophy Alliance, v. 7, 485-488, 23-26 June, 2010 at California State University, Long Beach, California

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