IMT – EXPERIMENTS
Being able to identify experiments that will ratify a theory is an exciting step forward in proving a theory and having it accepted by the general scientific community.
Below we explore some of the experiments and analysis that I would like to undertake in the short to medium term. This would help me prove my theory and begin to realize my theory through real world application.
Most of the experiments below are related to Matter/Antimatter Field Theory (MAFT) which lends itself to a number of experiments and is not only the best place to start in terms of realizing IMT in practical applications, but the best way to prove IMT.
MATTER / ANTIMATTER REACTION
The most obvious experimental direction is to attempt to manipulate the manifold / field, to expose matter to its antimatter counterpart, thus creating a matter/antimatter reaction.
Instead of having to store the antimatter, something that seems inherently dangerous, the reaction could be allowed to take place in-situ, providing the ability to control the exact amount of fuel to sustain the right reaction energy.
Based on the notion that the manifold is a field, breaking down the field could be as simple as (and I say that with full humility for the actual task) creating a mirror field to the manifold.
While being able to break down the manifold may seem unlikely, there is already known science that suggests this is possible, and these observations offer investigative opportunities to manipulate the manifold/field, with some of these opportunities being discussed in the Weak Force section of this document.
A matter/antimatter reaction could be used for power generation and propulsion, both sorely needed commodities in this new age of space travel, with multiple projects in both the private and government sectors aimed at creating permanent bases on the Moon, and even Mars.
While IMT doesn’t provide for anti-gravity, it does provide for blocking or limiting the strong force through the manifold, ergo, blocking or reducing gravity.
This is an exciting possibility, especially in concert with my overarching goal of building a propulsion system.
This investigation takes us in the complete opposite direction of the other experiments listed here. While they focus on manipulating the manifold to increase exposure to the antimatter, this experiment tries to block it completely.
The ramifications of blocking matter’s access to it’s antiparticle, especially in light of IMT is intriguing to say the least. At this stage I haven’t even entered into any thought experiments on this, other than, to identify that we can draw on some of the insights from the other experiments listed here.
While the focus of other experiments here highlights opening the barrier, we can use this as a starting point to look at what it would take to flip this around and instead block it.
In terms of a propulsion system… imagine a platform below the main ship, its only requirement is to lift itself, irrespective of the weight of our main ship above. This platform would block gravitational forces from a planet
(in this case earth) until our main ship was clear of the planets gravity.
At that time the ship would be clear to head out into space. If there was a requirement to land on another planet or moon, the platform could simply be taken with the ship. Another option would be to have platforms waiting at the destination.
A point to note here, is while the platform would need to be attached to the ship for practical reasons, it could not be done in any way that caused it to be molecularity bonded with the ship or any of it’s material or this
would most likely result in a translation of, at least some, if not all, of the gravitational force effecting the platform.