March 6, 2014 Leave a comment
Imagine a world where gravity modification engines on semiconductor chips, float and propel rockets, aircrafts, and helicopters by the year 2020. This revenue opportunity is estimated to be $30 billion. Imagine, interstellar journeys that take minutes if not seconds, a world with commercial traffic between the stars, across our Milky Way, and within our lifetimes by 2040.
Xodus One Foundation is the foremost pioneer in interstellar propulsion physics. Founded in October 2013, the goal of the Foundation is to facilitate humanity’s achievement of commercial interstellar propulsion by 2040 by raising funds and disbursing grants to researchers with access to accredited multimillion dollar labs.
The Founder & Chairman, Solomon has 4 engineering physics patents pending and completed a 12-year study into the physics & engineering of gravity modification, published under the title “An Introduction to Gravity Modification, 2nd Edition”. In 2007 he discovered the new formula for gravitational acceleration g=τc2, where τ is the change in time dilation divided by the height across this change. There is no mass in this equation, thus lending itself to both propulsion physics and force field shielding. All peer reviewed conference & journal papers and videos of some early experiments are available at http://www.iseti.us/.
Imagine cities on the Moon, Mars and other planets protected by force field shields and not by expensive brick & mortar. With g=τc2 this is now theoretically possible as the physics has been solved.
Solving took 12-years. This is a very significant achievement as the famous string theorist, Michio Kaku, estimated (April 2008 Space Show interview) that gravity modification will take ‘several hundred years’ to solve. A for-profit company (FPC) is being set up to complete the engineering solutions to gravity modification. It is expected that the final engines designs will be implemented on semiconductor chips.
Having proved that gravity modification can be solved in about a decade, Solomon expects to similarly accelerate the technological innovation of interstellar propulsion through the Xodus One Foundation. The Foundation’s key contribution is the managing, prioritization and evaluation of RSQ-blind experiments. These are experiments that RSQ (Relativity, String & Quantum) theories are blind to, and therefore, unable to propose.
For donor contributions and FPC inquiries, please contact:
Benjamin T Solomon
Founder & Chairman
Xodus One Foundation
1624 Market St., #207
Denver, CO 80202