Robertson, Glen A.
March 23, 2021
Engineering a warp drive for a spacecraft will be the most intriguing engineering feat of the next century. However, all warp drive metrics fall short of any real engineering information to develop one. For this reason, warp drive has been widely considered unphysical by the engineering community and the reason why the author began developing a new acceleration model, called Chameleon Acceleration Model (CAM) as it is rooted in the thin-shell mechanism in Chameleon Cosmology. In a previous paper and repeated in this paper, the author connects gravity is to an energy shell of quantum fluctuations (ESQFs) about all objects to produce a quantum gravity model. In another previous paper and repeated in this paper, the quantum gravity model is extends to the CAM by showing that the thin-shell in Chameleon Cosmology is an ESQFs. The quantum gravity model and the CAM show that acceleration to include gravity produces asymmetric ESQFs about accelerated objects, which has similarities to warp drive models. Such that, new engineer acceleration methods are possible toward a realistic quantum warp drive.