Edwards-casimir quantum vacuum drive, Physics

Edwards-Casimir quantum vacuum drive

A hypothetical drive exploiting the peculiarities of quantum mechanics through limiting allowed wavelengths of virtual photons on one side of the drive (the bow of the ship); the pressure produced from the unrestricted virtual photons toward the aft produced a net force & propels the drive.

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