Propellantless propulsion: Recent experimental results exploiting transient mass modification

@inproceedings{Mahood2008PropellantlessPR,
  title={Propellantless propulsion: Recent experimental results exploiting transient mass modification},
  author={Thomas L. Mahood},
  year={2008}
}
  • Thomas L. Mahood
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • An assortment of papers have been published over the years setting forth theory suggesting inertia stems from the gravitational effects of the totality of matter in the universe (Mach’s Principle). This has been supported by positive results of experimental attempts by Woodward to transiently modify the inertia of test masses. By rapidly oscillating the energy density of the test masses (i.e., charging and discharging high-energy capacitors), apparent transient mass shifts of up to ±10% of the… CONTINUE READING