Aug 23, 18 / Lib 11, 02 18:49 UTC
Gravity Tech ¶
In order to get lots of heavy things into orbit and to maintain a gravitation field so that we don't waste away, we are going to need a system that can modify gravitational fields. We will need to leverage gravity (or rather, its field gradient) and make devices that harness, reproduce, resonate with, or otherwise tap it's potential.
NASA points out that we now understand enough about the links between gravity and the other forces to let us speculate, rather than merely make conjecture. So, let’s speculate…
On the theoretical side, research on topics like anti-matter, dark energy and hyperdimensional geometry are pushing us ever closer to a unified theory.
Experimentally, there have been a number of studies on cold-fusion, the JET propulsion lab’s EM drive and more speculative efforts attempting to recreate Podkletnov’s work on gravity shielding and impulse generation, though these have not been successfully reproduced.
My own efforts are in building one of these.