Pioneering Astrophysics in a Pennsylvania Garage

Authors: Savior F. Eason

A little bit about my own research in my garage, and astronomical discoveries such as; -A new star based on the fusion of new exotic particles, fueled by core seeming to signal itself to be some sort of singularity, a concentration of Quantum displacement -A new kind of collapsar -Waves of temporal displacement, how this could be applied to space tech and what this means, and how gravitational waves have already proved hyper-space -Artificial spatial displacement replicated on a mind-blowing scale -Universe power sources, The nature of dark matter and dark energy exposed, and "Project: Junkship" -A new kind of celestial object -Explaining my own fully operational invention, "The Navigator", which would generate Quantum waves using planck-scale ripples in Space-time made using natural gravity, and use them to create a full-map of our entire universe beyond what we could observe or ever observe -The true nature of Hyperfluid space-time and "Hyperstrings" exposed in the latest data, as well as a true faith-leaping challenge I've tasked myself with in "Project: Portal" and other related projects. -"Pioneer" expeditions, Extraterrestrial searches, and laser probing data -Energy applications of Neurotomic Waves, Planck energy tests, and additional Quantum tests of Neurotomic waves, plus what these waves actually are -How the navigator detected the cosmic Mandelbrot -The irony of my research, how I plan on getting this out into the public more(Besides through this paper) It also ends with my own cosmic perspective and my philosophy for my research, which I think all scientists should live by to be successful and think bigger. (The paper additionally describes where to get more updates on my research)

Comments: 44.5 Pages. Quantum experimentation methods self-funded/Auto-sourced, and NSA approved. Other proofs or links to them not provided in paper

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[v1] 2018-11-27 13:50:21

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