Online Poll: Should NASA Resurrect BPP?
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For the latter part of the 1990's, NASA financed Marc Millis and the
Breakthrough Physics Propulsion group to investigate anomalous phenomenon
that might lead to new propulsion technologies. They closed this project in
2002, and we're looking for your feedback about what it did right, and what
it could do better...
NASA supported the Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project to seek the
ultimate breakthroughs in space transportation: (1) propulsion that requires
no propellant mass, (2) propulsion that attains the maximum transit speeds
physically possible, and (3) breakthrough methods of energy production to
power such devices. Topics of interest include experiments and theories
regarding the coupling of gravity and electromagnetism, the quantum vacuum,
hyper fast travel, and super luminal quantum effects. Because the propulsion
goals are presumably far from fruition, a special emphasis is to identify
affordable, near-term, and credible research that could make measurable
progress toward these propulsion goals.
It should be noted that the BPP Project was the only officially sanctioned
NASA effort to research cutting edge technologies like Antigravity &
FTL-drives. Since the closure of the BPP Project, the landscape of AG
research has matured into a massive Open-Source effort that could now
greatly benefit from a liason project to interact in an official capacity
with NASA, leading us to wonder if perhaps there might not be several
benefits to resurrecting the project to capitalize on the latest & greatest
in bleeding-edge space technology research.
Cast your vote in our online poll, and instantly see how your results stack
up against our audience feedback!
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