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タイトル：Quantum Vacuum Energy, Gravity Manipulation and the Force Generated
by the Interaction between High-Potential Electric Fields and Zero-Point-Field
学会誌 ：International Journal of Astrophysics and Space Science
Vol. 2, Special Issue Number 1, December 2014
The idea of manipulating and using the energy associated to electrodynamic
quantum vacuum, also known as Zero Point Energy (ZPE), for technological
applications as, for example, interstellar space propulsion, represents one of
the most challenging question both in theoretical and applied physics.
During the past years B.Haish, A.Rueda and H.E.Puthoff proposed a model
according to which inertia could be considered as the electromagnetic
reaction force to interaction between a body and quantum vacuum zero
point field (ZPF), opening interesting perspectives about manipulating
inertia by electromagnetic fields.
Nevertheless this theory, although interesting from both a theoretical
and applicative point of view, is for from being complete and presents
some questionable points.
More recent results have suggested a novel model of quantum vacuum,
ruled by “Planck metric” and characterized by an energy density field,
able to give a novel interpretation of mass and gravity in terms of variation
of such energy density.
In this paper we’ll propose an extension of this model allowing the
theoretical possibility of inertia and gravity strength manipulation, as well as
a more fundamental theoretical explanation of some assumptions of the
Haish, Rueda and Puthoff model.
In particular, it will be shown that not only inertia but gravitational
“constant” as well can be expressed as functions of quantum vacuum
energy density, analyzing their relationships with the electromagnetic field,
described by vector potential.
Finally we will discuss the possibility of space propulsion system by
considering the interaction between the zero-point field of the quantum
vacuum and the high potential electric field generated in an asymmetrical
capacitor, showing the resulting force is driven by quantum vacuum