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Mustafa's Space Drive: An Egyptian Student's Quantum Physics Invention Remember the name, because you might see it again: Aisha Mustafa, a 19-year-old Egyptian physics student, patented a new type of propulsion system for spacecraft that uses cutting edge quantum physics instead of thrusters. First, a little background: One of the strange quantum facts at work in Mustafa's engine idea is that there's no such thing as a vacuum, devoid of particles, waves, and energy. Instead the universe's supposedly empty spaces are filled with a roiling sea of particles and anti-particles that pop into existence, then annihilate each other in such a short space of time that you can't readily detect them. Mustafa invented a way of tapping this quantum effect via what's known as the dynamic Casimir effect. Mustafa's Space Drive: An Egyptian Student's Quantum Physics Invention
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LENR-CANR.org

This site features a library of papers on LENR, Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, also known as Cold Fusion. (CANR, Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reactions is another term for this phenomenon.) The library includes more than 1,000 original scientific papers reprinted with permission from the authors and publishers. The papers are linked to a bibliography of over 3,500 journal papers, news articles and books about LENR. This website includes:
Immanuel Velikovsky

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Lost Secrets of the Ark;The Real Power of GOLD
Beautiful Universe

Morphic Resonance

Electric Universe Theory

Big Bang

maverick science.com maverick science.com » Home Click ○ ● top left toshow/hide background “The inertia of the human mind and its resistance to innovation are most clearly demonstrated not, as one might expect, by the ignorant mass--which is easily swayed once its imagination is caught--but by professionals with a vested interest in tradition and in the monopoly of learning. Innovation is a twofold threat to academic mediocrities: it endangers their oracular authority, and it evokes the deeper fear that their whole, laboriously constructed intellectual edifice might collapse. The academic backwoodsmen have been the curse of genius from Aristarchus to Darwin and Freud; they stretch, a solid and hostile phalanx of pedantic mediocrities, across the centuries.” (Arthur Koestler, The Sleepwalkers [New York, 1959], p. 427.)
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Society for Interdisciplinary Studies - Home Page | Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Society for Interdisciplinary Studies - Home Page | Society for Interdisciplinary Studies A registered educational charity. Registered under the Charities Act, 1960 - registration no. 286264 The oldest and most up-to-date Society for information and research into cosmic catastrophes
Aeon Journal of Myth and Science Aeon Journal of Myth and Science AEON is a journal of myth, science, and ancient history specializing in archaeoastronomy and.comparative mythology. The journal explores the evidence for global catastrophes and interplanetary upheaval in the recent past, seeking out the implications for the affected disciplines. Aeon is designed to encourage independent investigation, to speed up the process of communicating findings to others, and to foster a wider debate as to the interpretation of new data. Subscriptions are $40 per year ($55 outside North America) and entitle the subscriber to three book-length issues. For a list of back issues and examples of previously published articles, click on the buttons to the left. Aeon is published about once a year or so.