Robertson, Glen A.
December 30, 2020
An acceleration vacuum energy density displacement (VEDD) model for space propulsion is developed from the gravity–VEDD model and the Chameleon Acceleration model (CAM). The acceleration-VEDD model gives a more realistic hint toward making a space drive than any other space drive model. This fact is more prevalent since the development of the gravityVEDD model, which implies that the thin-shell in the CAM is an energy shell of quantum energy fluctuations (ESQFs), which represents an existing VEDD quantum field about all objects. Whereby, the VEDD quantum field about an object acts like a static warp field, which when asymmetrically manipulated causes the object to accelerate with or without mass ejection. The resulting asymmetric change to an object’s VEDD quantum field has a striking resemblance to a warp bubble at any speed.