What is inertial propulsion?

What is inertial propulsion?

By definition, a reactionless drive or inertia propulsion engine is any form of propulsion not based around the expulsion of fuel or reaction mass. The name “reaction mass” comes from Newton’s Third Law of Motion, usually expressed as, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”

Is gyroscopic propulsion possible?

Gyroscopic Propulsion. Warning – Gyroscope propulsion is currently just speculative research and is not accepted by the scientfic community.

Is Quantum drive possible?

Built upon the basis of quantized inertia, the IVO Quantum Drive is the world’s first, commercially viable and available, pure electric propulsion technology to achieve legitimacy via thermal vacuum testing.

Can a gyroscope generate lift?

The concept is to produce a gyroscope based device that can produce sufficient amounts of lift/force to be detectable and useful. In an extreme case this may mean that the machine could lift its own weight and hence is able to fly or just to push something along.

Does the EmDrive really work?

In major international tests, the physics-defying EmDrive has failed to produce the amount of thrust proponents were expecting. In fact, in one test at Germany’s Dresden University, it didn’t produce any thrust at all.

How does a Gyrosphere work?

The Gyrosphere reaches speeds of five mph and has a built-in computer monitor to identify the prehistoric wildlife that can be observed. To prevent harassing the animals, the vehicle will automatically roll backwards toward a safe distance if it is too close to an animal.

How close are we to making a warp drive?

Though significant, we’re still a long way before interstellar travel and warp drive becomes a reality. However, with advancements in technology, the answers we’re looking for might be close enough. According to Star Trek, warp drive was invented in 2063.