Why Does Newtonian Mechanics Forbid Inertial Propulsion Devices When They Evidently Do Exist?

Why Does Newtonian Mechanics Forbid Inertial Propulsion Devices When They Evidently Do Exist?

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In this fifth edition, we inquire into why the physics elite refuse to acknowledge the existence of inertial propulsion that is due only to interior machinations and involves no propellers, exhaust gasses, nor traction against something exterior ... which would then enable cost effective space travel and exploration. Such devices may be found aplenty and viewed in operation on the Internet and have also been used by Boeing in their smaller satellites for several years ... although this has been company confidential until (Boeing supervisor) Michael Gamble's COFE7 talk in 2015.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.05mm | 127.01g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508744661
  • 9781508744665
  • 1,833,013

About Dr Dennis P Allen Jr

The author is a Ph.D. graduate of the University of California at Berkeley in mathematics (1968) whose thesis adviser was Prof. (Emeritus) John L. Rhodes. He has done research for Bell Laboratories and taught mathematics at Michigan Technological University; and has also authored six books, three of which are in alternative physics, one in mathematics concerning the Lebesgue measure and the continuum problem, and a memoir giving his philosophy of science and his view of truth based upon his life experience of working in mathematics and physics.show more