In the year 1966 I discovered that a VandeGraaff generator gave off an
explosive-like effect when it discharged. The explosion passed through
plastic boxes but was reflected from metal. This effect and several other
tests indicated an electro-magnetic nature but I was not able to find any
physicist or engineer who could explain what the explosion was in
scientific terms. One amateur told me it reminded him of a discovery
called "the Brown-Biefield effect", but I was never able to find any more
information on the subject.
The effect was to increase repulsion electric force ahead of the moving
charge but to decrease attraction. Behind the moving charges, attraction
increased but repulsion decreased. At right angels, charges seemed to
move in the opposite direction to motion. Once again science failed to
give me any answer as to what was happening. But now I was pretty sure I
knew what caused the explosion in the VandeGraaff.
The spark fired through a glass tube toward a metal plate with a hole in
it. From the tube came a beam of energy unlike anything I had ever heard
of. Plastic and glass ionized instantly, fluorescent tubes lit up, but
unlike the VandeGraaff explosion, this beam of force passed through
Some PhDs theorized I may have generated X-rays but the force was so
powerful that it sent bits of paper flying. This would require millinos
of watts power if it were radiative pressure. Other PhDs said the field
was high velocity ions, but the field showed no response to magnetic
fields. One sure test of an ion beam is that it bends in a magnetic
This led me to theorize that perhaps the field of matter may collapse at
relativistic velocities. SO I tried several experiments in which
uncharged bodies were accelerated at low velocity. sure enough,
accelerating ball and tops attract each other while decelerating bodies
Matter is not stable; it continuously breaks down into photon-like
particles and fires them into other matter around it. Matter is also
absorbing other particles which are fired into it. This creates standing
wave fields around matter.
This field apparently collapses and expands with changes in velocity. It
also creates a strange kind of radiative pressure called relativistic
waves, which consist of standing waves in motion.
To define its effect on a gravity or electric field, one can say:
F = static force plus or minus hv/dt
Please keep in mind that relativistic waves only move when matter moves;
they don't radiate in the same way light does. But they have a
fantastically high frequency even at low velocity.
But relativistic waves do expand or collapse with changes in velocity and
this reate of change can easily exceed the speed o flight.
The craft model can develop several ounces of thrust yet no mass enters or
leaves it. The effect is somewhat identical to a charge in motion, as
though some charge continuously accelerated from one end of the craft to
the other yet it repels and attracts both charges.
All tests indicate the beam is of a photon-like nature, yet it only
requires a few watts of input power.
In theory, a full-scale craft could be built, which could develop several
tons of thrust and exceed several times the speed of light. In many ways
it would be identical to the space warp of science fiction.
It is my theory the craft model absorbs these photon-like particles at the
attraction end of the craft and ejects them at the repulsion end. No test
has ever indicated the presence of high velocity ions or any kind of mass,
yet the beam feels like wind in spite of the fact it can blow through
solid steel and glass.