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From: Jack Sarfatti Subject: Re: Woodward's book on Star Gates
Date: October 21, 2011 12:37:41 PM PDT
To: "jfwoodward

Yes, the first option you describe below is what my DARPA NASA Orlando paper was all about in its first part.
I am giving a paper 11-11-11 at SLAC APS on the second part entanglement signals with nonorthogonal coherent sender states entangled with a single receiver qubit. This is nonunitary post-quantum theory.

On Oct 21, 2011, at 7:04 PM, "jfwoodward wrote:

Well, what I have in mind is to point out that either you can propose to "soften" spacetime by arguing that the coupling constant should be taken as a coupling coefficient and that two modifications are possible: one, that c is the medium velocity rather than vacuum velocity; and two, that negative energy can be achieved using metamaterials (and explaining why the negativity cannot be written off as a difference in the group and phase velocities), as you have. 
Or you can look for enormous exotic mass in the bare properties of normal matter, and show how it can be exposed, my approach.

What I am proposing is that you write a little essay -- for dummies -- explaining your "softening" approach.  If you want to include things like "mass shell" and/or "Feynman propagators", that engineers are likely to be unfamiliar with, explain the terminology.  Better yet, avoid jargon unless it is really essential.  Assume that you are explaining your ideas to someone, an intelligent adult, who knows little or no physics.

Have Millis and Davis been selected to edit the papers from the conference?  My impression has been that all of the papers were to be published in the JBIPS.  It seems to me unlikely that the organizers would turn over editorial control to Millis and Davis.


I think they are the referees for that issue. I may be mistaken.

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From: JACK SARFATTI To: "jfwoodward
Subject: Re: Woodward's book on Star Gates
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 21:26:56 -0700

For real dummies

Einstein's field equation has the algebraic form


A = BC

so far all the Pundits think B is constant and then C is way too big to make a wormhole and a warp drive. However with metamaterials it may be possible to make a very big B that enables us to get the same A for a much smaller C.

also when B is negative we get anti-gravity.

A = induced warp-wormhole curvature

B = coupling of induced warp-wormhole curvature to applied stress-energy current densities

C = applied stress-energy current densities


On Oct 19, 2011, at 8:40 PM, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. wrote:

Well, to physicists, perhaps so.  But for aerospace engineers, even those with more physics background than usual, perhaps not.  And while the material on entanglement signaling is interesting, it's not directly germane to the issue of making wormholes and warp drives.  I can present your basic argument, but I'd prefer to have you do so.  But it should be addressed to the target audience.  In my experience at least, they don't have a graduate command of quantum field theory.

Besides, you are already having the paper published, aren't you?

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From: JACK SARFATTI To: "jfwoodward
Subject: Woodward's book on Star Gates
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 08:48:02 -0700

I think my paper is pretty clear.