Greg Meholic on Faster-Than-Light Physics
Aerospace engineer Greg Meholic describes Faster Than Light particle physics in a fluid-dynamics model with applcations for Breakthrough Propulsion Physics. Meholic is a communications session co-chair for Section-F of the STAIF Conference, focusing on emerging space propulsion physics technologies. Based on the characteristics Meholic’s model of superluminal spacetime, the ‘trans-space’ method of FTL travel would allow a particle to traverse sublight space by traveling through the superlight continuum without incurring the penalties of special relativity or causal relations. In addition, the spacetime construct and superluminal realm of the ‘trispace’ universe may offer a different perspective than the current ideologies that could better represent physical phenomena including universal expansion, the zero-point field, dark matter, and the source of inertia.