Dear readers, This new year starts with interesting news. The work on the PNN spaceship is proceeding at slow pace on request of Laureti himself because he has some personal commitments to attend to, however if everything goes well the construction has been postponed to next February so the waiting is not too long. Meanwhile […]Read more "To Mars and back- hypothesis for a PNN spacecraft"
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"
Dear readers, today I would like to propose you another selection of Laureti’s comments about the rising awareness -by other scientists- that EmDrive might not work by recoiling on quantum substrates, (that is, for now , the most accepted hypothesis even if it’s basically science fiction) as they shyly start to mention the fact […]Read more "About E.M thrusters orbital tests"
Have we found the sail for the sea above our own? Dear readers today news are exciting! I’m reporting an excerpt from the description of PNN prototype Fert242 written by Emidio Laureti. The post is long but I kindly invite you to take your time and read it until the end, because it describes the physical behavior of PNN like […]Read more "F242 – The game changer"
Can this scenery be just one year away? Since its online debut ASPS has beckoned a lot of detractors. After the umpteenth provocation, on February 16th 2012 Emidio Laureti decided to place a bet with them: If PNN, from now to 5 years, won’t be able to: transport in a single mission to Mars in less […]Read more "The bet"
A representation of gravitational waves To conclude black holes and gravitational waves trilogy, I propose A.Loinger’s considerations about gravitational waves: A.Loinger: The case of gravitational waves is more subtle (in comparison with black holes – E.N). Until Einstein’s death, the great majority of physicists, Einstein included, had well grounded doubts about a real physical existence […]Read more "Black holes and gravitational waves – Part III"
A friendly conversation between popular physicist A.Einstein and A.Eddington, astrophysicist. Probably it never involved black holes existence.. In part I we’ve read Laureti’s informal opinion about an article that clearly demonstrates what happens when speculation gets out of hand. In this part we’ll cover an interesting excerpt by professor Angelo Loinger (University of Milan) about black holes. A.Loinger: None, I […]Read more "Black holes and gravitational waves – Part II"