
Principles of
gravity manipulation and “Stargate” technology via Quantum Vacuum
Journal of Theoretics, Vol. 4, No. 4, August 2002 (preprint)
Carlos Calvet
Abstract
By expressing natural constants in terms of Planck units, we found that Universal
Gravitation Constant is the inverse of vacuum density matterequivalent and the square of
Planck time, being the former equal to Planck mass divided by Planck volume. The
corresponding new equation of gravitation reveals that gravitation can be manipulated via
vacuum energy. “Weak gravity shielding experiments” are interpreted as the
likely result of uploading photons from E.M.fields to vacuum by using superconductor
arrangements.
In addition, from Coulomb’s constant, we derived the “Planck charge”
and the corresponding density of virtual vacuum pairs. Planck charge can be understood as
6 strings existing in a Planck volume, equivalent to the 6 dimensions supposed to exist at
string level. By combining both models, it results that quantum vacuum is a
sixdimensional space that links elementary particles through the “other side”,
thus allowing entangled particles to display wellknown nonlocality properties. In
consequence, strings are not mutually isolated KaluzaKlein spaces, but all strings are
interconnected via quantum vacuum.
Matter waves produced by BoseEinstein condensation are therefore the likely result
of fusing supercold KaluzaKlein spaces together, and represent an “event
horizon” that marks a path between spacetime and quantum vacuum. By condensing large
amounts of solid matter, socalled “Stargate” technology could be in reach
within several decades or less.
Key words: Gravitation, zero point energy, inertia, electrogravity,
Coulomb’s Constant, Planck charge, virtual pairs, quantum vacuum, event horizon
In two articles [1], [2], we derived respectively the Universal Gravitation Constant (G) from Planck
units and demonstrated that, spacetime and quantum vacuum (QV), are two different
spaces.
Because Newton’s equation of gravitation has two components (a constant
G and a variable mass component [m_{1}m_{2}/d^{2}),
these two components can be treated separately, since they are independent.
In consequence, gravitation can be considered a combined force, consisting
of G (as demonstrated, a QV function) and conventional “mass attraction”,
the latter produced by gravity fields and/or spacetime geometry according to
the corresponding theories. This principle of independence allowed us
to calculate inertia for mutually attracting and/or otherwise accelerated bodies,
finding that inertia has a very high value, so that its fundamental effect is
probably that of marking a clear distinction between fermions (matter) and photons
(light), the latter not being affected by inertia.
While “mass attraction” depends only of mutually attracting masses
and their relative position or distance, G (a socalled, “nonderivable
constant”) resulted to be effectively derivable and is the exact inverse
of “vacuum mass density equivalent” (5.156x10^{96} kg/m^{3})
(Planck mass divided by Planck volume) and the square of Planck time, the former
having already been predicted before as a approximate value, e.g. in 3. The
new equation of gravitation resulting from substituting G by Planck units reveals
that vacuum density (analogous to Zero Point Radiation ZPR) affects gravity
inversely. This means that, if we managed to increase ZPR, gravity would decrease
and viceversa. (In fact, the very small value of G 6.673x10^{11} m^{3}kg^{1}s^{2}
already suggests that there is “something” that weakens mass attraction.
We found in [1that this “something” is ZPR).

 

