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United States Opts Out of Space Program Too Soon
by Jay M Horne   
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Last edited: Friday, July 29, 2011
Posted: Friday, July 29, 2011

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A corkscrew shaped spacecraft with alternate thrusters could drill through space after the spiral propulsion has made the surrounding matter dense near the speed of light helping it to overcome light speed.

 We all are subtly informed on the attributes of space.  It is a vacuum, well almost.  With NASA’s space program just now falling off like a dead cask of a katydid, I guess it will have to be Russia to implement the first engine and shuttle that will break the light barrier and provide us with interplanetary travel.  The theory of propeller acceleration is nothing new.  Airplane propellers corkscrew the medium of the wind and air in our atmosphere pulling the wind in and pushing it over and under the wings to provide lift.  A boat motor, for instance, cuts through the medium we know as water in a corkscrew type of fashion, intrinsically moving the boat forward as a drill bit bores it’s way into brittle wood.

 

The theory of space being a vacuum is based in scientifically evident principals, such as, light can travel in a vacuum, sound cannot, this is why space is assumed to be a vacuum, devoid of any mass.

Others argue that, if we all derived from a singularity, one-point, a single substance, then in-fact even the space between us and our moon, would indeed share similar qualities as our own bodies, and in-turn posses a minute fraction of ’something’.

This is but a whisper in the community of quantum physicists though.  But let us assume for a moment that the least about of matter was present in the vacuum of space.  Wouldn’t a corkscrew design and shape of a shuttle provide a possible way to ‘pull’ ourselves through the galaxy like a boat through water?

The slightest collision in space will cause an equal and opposite reaction, based on newton’s laws, upon one another.  This is why jet propulsion is so inefficient.  You push one-way and the same push is exerted in the opposite direction. Building even upon this simple fact, any other minute forces that can be used in transportation through a vacuum are terribly valuable to the user, because of the absence of resistance in a vacuum.  A tiny force, can be multiplied over and over, only further speeding an object to it’s terminal velocity, which in a vacuum has still not ever been achieved as far as I know.  Much like flicking a top that is already spinning to keep it going or make it faster.Let’s look at another example, when a door opens inside a home, often times it pulls shut another door left slightly ajar because of the shift in the vacuum itself.

 

SO let us assume, now that the space program has been dropped (IRONICALLY) that we create a propulsion engine that ignites Hydrogen and oxygen in a spiral motion as it is expelled.  Let us also assume that the craft itself is constructed in a corkscrew fashion to take advantage of the pulling principal through matter as it nears the speed of light and gains density.  For if the vacuum of space contains the minutest amount of matter, then that matter around it will grow denser as our craft grows faster do to Einsteins relativity.  But because our craft is equipped with alternate thrusters to keep the craft spinning in it’s original direction, it will snag into the new denseness and drill itself into the higher speed beyond light as the hydrogen propulsion cuts out and the drilling/pulling motion begins.  This could make it possible to utilize both form and force to our advantage, and send a craft niminally further than ever before.  

-Jay Mathis Horne

Author of Hubudi (2011)

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