Quasi Moto


Bibliography, files, etc.

 

Davis & Dean Drive

Dean, Norman L., US Patent 2,886,976, "System for Converting Rotary Motion into Unidirectional Motion".

Campbell, John W., "The UltrafeebleInteractions", Astounding SF, Vol. 64, # 4, Dec. 1958, pg. 6 et seq.

Campbell, John W., "The space Drive Problem", Analog, Vol. 65, # 4, June 1960, pp. 83-106.

Campbell, John W., "Report on the Dean Drive", Analog, Vol. 65, # 1, Sept. 1960, pp. 4-7.

Campbel, John W., "Instrumentation for the Dean Device", Analog, Vol. 66, # 3, Nov. 1960, pp. 95-99.

Davis, William O., "The Fourth Law of Motion", Analog, Vol. 69, # 3, May 1962, pp.83-104.

Davis, Stine, Victory, and Korff, "Some Aspects of Certain Transient Mechanical Systems", American Physical Society Paper FA10, 1962 Spring Meeting, Washington, DC, April 23, 1962.

Von Schelling, H., "Stochastic Approach to the Laws of Motion", General Electric Company Report # 63GL106, Advanced Technology Laboratories, July 1, 1963.

Dean, Norman L., letter, Analog, Vol. 71, # 3, May 1963, pp. 4 et seq.

Dean, Norman L., letter, Analog, Vol. 72 # 5, Jan. 1964, pp. 92 et seq.

Davis, William O., private laboratory notebook from September 30, 1969 to July 7, 1961.

Davis, William O., "The Huyck Dynamic Systems Research Program: Theoretical Background, Experimental Work, and Some Implications", unpublished Huyck Corporation report circa 1961.

Davis, William O., "Some Unusual Implications Inherent in the Huyck Dynamic Systems Research Program", unpublished Huyck Corporation report circa 1961.

Davis, William O., "The Energy Transfer Delay Time", Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 138, Article 2, pp. 862-863, Feb. 6, 1967.

Beller, W., "Consultant's Report Overrides Dean Space Drive", Missiles and Rockets, June 12, 1961, pp. 24-25 et seq.

Campbell, John W., "That Fourth Law of Motion", Editorial, Analog, May 1962, p. 4.

Clough, R.L., Jr. "Mysterious Walking Box", Popular Mechanics, March 1963, pp. 167-168.

Dean, Norman L., letters to the editor. Missiles and Rockets, June 26, 1961, p. 6.

Damperwolf, R.F., "Engine with Built-in Wings", Popular Mechanics, Sept. 1961, pp. 131-134 et seq.

La Fond, C.D., "The Controversial Dean System Space Drive", Missiles and Rockets, May 1, 1961, pp. 33-34 et seq.

Nhoi, N., "Trust from Energy", The Washington Post, Oct. 25, 1979, p. G8. Advertisement.

 

Robert L. Cook

Barrow, R., "Robert L. Cook vs. Newton's Ghost", Pursuit, Fourth Quarter 1986, p.170-172.

Author Unknown, "Inventor to test propulsion device that could lead to cheaper launches", Innovations, Satellite News, Washington, D.C., Dec.21, 1981.

Dickinson J.,Cook R.L., "The Death of Rocketry", CIP Systems Inc. 1980, ISBN: 0-9604584-0-9.

Dynamic Analysis Number D-71-77, "United Air Lines Test Center and Process Engineering Report", Sep. 1971, p. 4.

Holt, Alan, "Newton Defied?", excerpt, Science Digest, May 1982, p.78 et seq.

Rose, J.Rose, (FAA DER WE-753  Professional Engineers Licence #: C-12160),  letter attesting to the validity of Cook's Inertial Propulsion (CIP) engine. Dec. 8 1982. private corresponce with R.L. Cook.

 

NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program

Bondi, H., "Negative Mass in General Relativity", Reviews of Modern Physics, 29:423-428.

Dinowitz, S., "Field Distortion Theory", Physics Essays, 9:393-418.

Froning, H.D. and Barrett, T.W., "Inertial Reduction and Possible Impulsion by Conditioning Electromagnetic Fields", AIAA 97-3170, 33rd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference 1997.

Haisch, B. Rueda, A., and Puthoff, H.E., "Inertia as a Zero-Point Field Lorentz Force", Physical Review A, 49:678-694.

Heron, M.L., "A Proposed Experiment on Absorber Theory", J. Phys. A, 7:1965-1969.

Lamoreaux, S.K., "Demonstration of the Casimir Force in the 0.6 50 6 m Range", Phys. Rev. Letters, 78:5-8.

Li, N., Noever, D., Robertson, T., Koczor, R., and Brantley, W., "Static Test for a Gravitational Force Coupled to Type II YBCO Superconductors, Physica C, (to be published Sept-Oct, 97).

Millis, M., "Challenge to Create the Space Drive", Journal of Propulsion and Power, 13:577-582.

Milonni, P.W., "The Quantum Vacuum", Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

Misner, P.W., Thorne, K.W., and Wheeler, J.A., "Gravitation", W.H. Freeman and Company, NY.

Podkletnov, E. and Nieminen, R., "A Possibility of Gravitational Force Shielding by Bulk YBa2 Cu3 O7-x Superconductor, Physica C, C203:441-444.

Puthoff, H.E., "Gravity as a zero-point-fluctuation force", Phys. Rev. A, 39:2333-2342.

Ringermacher, H., "An Electrodynamic Connection", Classical and Quantum Gravity, 11:2383-2394.

Vargas, J., "On the Geometrization of Electrodynamics", Foundations of Physics, 21:379-401.

Woodward, J.F., "A Stationary Apparent Weight Shift From a Transient Machian Mass Fluctuation", Foundations of Physics Letters, 5:425-442.

Woodward, J.F., "Method for Transiently Altering the Mass of an Object to Facilitate their Transport or Change their Stationary Apparent Weights", US Patent 5,280,864.

Yilmaz, H., "Toward a Field Theory of Gravitation", Il Nuovo Cimento, 107B:941-960.

 

Robert  L. Forward / BPP Program

(this is just a small selection)

Forward, R.L., "Practical Anti-Gravity Still Far Off", gravity research, Missiles and Rockets, Sept. 11, 1961, p. 28 et seq.

Forward, R.L., "Guidelines to Antigravity", Second Award Essay, Gravity Research Foundation, New Boston, N.H. 1962; American Journal of Physics Vol. # 31, March 1963, p.166-170.

Forward, R.L., "Gravity and Antigravity", Aerospace Engineering, Nov. 1962, p. 56 et seq.

Forward, R.L., "Gravity and acceleration aren't always equivalent", Monitor, New Scientist Aug. 17, 1981.

Forward, R.L., "Extracting Electrical Energy from the Vacuum by Cohesion of Charged Foliated Conductors", Physical Review B30, August 15, 1984, p. 1700-1702.

Forward, R.L., "Exotic Propulsion in the 21st Century", AAS Paper 86-409, Proceedings American Astronomical Society 33rd Annual Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, Oct. 27-29 1986.

Forward, R.L., "Breakthrough Physics", AFAL SR-87-001 (october 1987), Special Report on the Air Force Contract F04611-86-C-0039 for the period Jan. 27, 1987 through June 30, 1987.

Forward, R.L., "Negative Matter Propulsion", J.Propulsion Vol. 6, Jan-Feb. 1990, p. 28-37.

Forward, R.L., "Exotic Power and Propulsion Concepts", Proc. Vision-21, Space Travel for the Next Millennium, NASA/Lewis Research Center, Cleaveland Ohio, (3-4 April 1990).

Forward, R.L., "Advanced Space Propulsion", Aerospace America 28, # 7, 60-64 July 1990.

Forward, R.L., "Nullor Space Drive", Paper AIAA-90-2364, AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE 26th Joint Propulsion Conference, Orlando, Florida   July 16-18, 1990.

Forward, R.L., "Report on the NASA/JPL Workshop on Advanced Quantum/ Relativity Theory Propulsion", with Gary L. Bennet and Robert H. Frisbee, Paper AIAA 95-2599, 31st AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, San Diego, CA, July 10-12, 1995.

Forward, R.L., "Far Out Physics", Analog SF/SF 95, August 1975, p. 147-166.

Forward, R.L., "Goodby Gravity", Omni,1, #5, Jan. 1979, p. 88-91.

Forward, R.L., "Spin Drive to the Stars", Analog SF/SF 101, April 27, 1981, p. 64-70.

Forward, R.L., "The Power of Negative Matter", New Scientist, 125, #1708, March 17, 1990 p. 54-57.

Forward, R.L., "Mass Modification Experiment Definition Study", Report # PL-TR-96-3004, Phillips Lab, Edwards Air Force Base, California. 1996.

 

Miscellaneous

By Quantum, "Full Circle", The Fringe of the Field, Electronic Technology, May 1960, p. 185 et seq.

Farral, A.W., "Inertial Drive", Product Engineering, March 14, 1966, p.63.

Epstein, Lewis, "A Self Propelling Mechanism", The Physics Teacher, Sept. 1970, Vol. 8, p. 332.

Bull, Harry W., "5. Entirely New Reaction Methods ", American Journal of the Rocket Society, # 29, Sep. 1934, pp. 7-8.

Bull, Harry W., "Mysterious New Aircraft Powered by Reaction Motor", Popular Science Monthly, Jan., 1935, p. 172.

 

 

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