The research and development of gravitational engines is predicated on the notion that one can modify the existing spacetime curvature in the vicinity of an object. In doing so, one lessens the affects of gravity on the object in question by decreasing the object's weight. In order to understand how interacting curvatures behave, one needs to understand the nuance interacting systems share and how to manipulate them. This is the reason why we developed a multiple source Riemannian curvature tensor. To fully understand spacetime curvature and gravity fields requires a more profound understanding of curvature beyond the manifestation of a two dimensional surface.
Our experiments have shown that electromagnetic fields are able to modify gravitational curvature locally. This allows us to postulate that there exists an underlying relationship between spacetime curvature and electromagnetic fields.
Gravitational engines diminish the affects of the Earth's gravity by reducing the object's weight. To date our testing has confirmed a 1.1% weight loss, a 5.21% weight loss, and a 4.16% weight loss. All weight loss experiments show a one directional loss, providing a solid platform for future development. We estimate reaching 100% weight loss within 10 months and a commercial product 12 months from that point.
The prototype configuration as shown in this section was designed to verify theory with application. The actual gravitational engine design is not shown because of privacy concerns.
Funding is needed for RF signal generation, laboratory equipment, and engineering staff. Funding will be earmarked for electrical circuit development, electromagnetic radiation signal processing, electromagnetic radiation shielding, metallurgical testing, health science, mechanical engineering, software development, security systems, and control systems management integration.
Our goal is to design a reliable, high quality, durable product that will preform according to the highest quality and assurance standards established by the ISO 9001 AS9100 aerospace quality management system and supplier quality assurance.