Physics of the Electromagnetic Control of Spacetime and Gravity

  title={Physics of the Electromagnetic Control of Spacetime and Gravity},
  author={Lance Williams},
Colonization of the stars is a virtual impossibility for our civilization, owing to the nature of space and time described by the theory of relativity. To overcome this barrier will require a breakthrough in physics beyond the current content of relativity theory. Research in fundamental physics for the past century has been focused on the quantum. For the purposes of practical interstellar travel, however, a classical extension to relativity is also of interest. Here we consider classical… 


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