Dear readers, Laureti recently shared on ASPS webpage some details about F432 experimental setup and the incredible physics behind electromagnetic propulsion. He is now quite confident, after numerous experiments, that Newtonian mechanics can’t be applied to PNN thrust. This could mean (while we keep our feet on the ground waiting for resolutive in-space tests) that […]Read more "More experimental evidences for PNN inertia"
F242 on ballistic pendulum. The rigid pole passes through the prototype so it can be moved vertically. Dear readers, F242 thrust has been improved up to 2.56 grams! I would like to share with you the details of this achievement through a direct translation from the original article on ASPS website written by Laureti: As I […]Read more "F242 is now at 2.56 grams of thrust"
Just a quick post. I created English subtitles for the PNN presentation video that was shot at Sheraton Hotel Rome on May 3rd 2005. In the presentation we see Massimo Ceccarelli, ASPS’s vice president, discussing about PNN potentialities and presenting prototype P26MR05. Unfortunately the video doesn’t show any experiment. The meeting was attended by Boeing and […]Read more "2005 PNN roadshow video"
An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. An object in motion continues in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. – Newton’s First law This law describes the behavior of any object when it is acted upon […]Read more "As if one wasn’t enough: can PNN break another fundamental law?"
The TDS VF2 – thrust: 1/32g (2013 specs.) It is time to have a look at the state of the art of E.M engines: TDS VF2 . If you’re new to the blog, for a better comprehension, I invite you to read my last post, where I deepen the working principle of electromagnetic propulsion. [Important: please read the note […]Read more "ASPS’s Electromagnetic engine TDS VF2"
In this post I would like to discuss another concept of electromagnetic propulsion: a patent application  for an engine that, as we’ll see, is closer to PNN-E than EmDrive. The name on the patent is Harold Ellis Ensle. There is no information about him on the web, so I suppose he’s a private inventor. Fig 1. Ensle’s Engine […]Read more "The Harold Ensle’s Engine"
There are good chances that PNN, besides the amazing potentialities we’ve covered in previous post, can break the ultimate barrier: the speed of light. Will PNN be the key for FTL travels? Let’s discover how it might be possible.. First we must know why, with our current technology, the speed of light (from now on “c”) is far away […]Read more "Breaching the light speed barrier"