A Blueprint for a Quantum Propulsion Machine

Today, Alex Feigel at the Soreq Nuclear Research Center, a government lab in Yavne Israel, suggests an entirely new way to modify the momentum of the quantum vacuum and how this can be exploited to generate propulsion.

Feigel’s approach combines two well-established ideas. The first is the Lorentz force experienced by a charged particle in electric and magnetic fields that are crossed. The second is the magnetoelectric effect–the phenomenon in which an external magnetic field induces a polarised internal electric field in certain materials and vice versa.

Technology Review: A Blueprint for a Quantum Propulsion Machine

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1 Comment

  1. Dr. Marvin Candle

    December 15, 2009 at 2:34 pm

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