APEC 6/10: WARP Reactor, VEM Drive & UAP Update

Dr. Michael G. Anderson will discuss the WARP Reactor concept, David Pares will describe new experiments with the Variable Electromagnetic Drive, and Gary Stephenson will provide a detailed update on the science, technology & policy in the ongoing UAP investigation and our lab partners will provide updates on the latest research & experimental headlines. We’ll also be hearing community news headlines from our media partners, and finishing off the event with an open discussion and ad hoc presentations by conference attendees!

0:00 – Introduction: Tim Ventura

3:25 – Michael G. Anderson: WARP Reactor Concept
Michael will discuss a WARP Reactor concept promising orders of magnitude increase of intense ion beam energies and respective radiation yields at a fraction of the size and cost over existing z? pinch class accelerators. This breakthrough design allows the economically viable study of new Relativistic High Energy Density (RHED) Physics regimes for probing the intersection between General Relativity and Quantum Field Theory along with game? changing direct applications from rep?rated Magnetized Liner Inertial Fusion (MagLIF) devices for energy production and advanced propulsion to multi?pulse compact flash x? ray/neutron radiography sources for assessing our Nation’s aging nuclear weapons stockpile.

1:06:27 Gary Stephenson: 2023 UAP Investigation Update
Gary will provide a detailed overview of the current UAP investigation, including science & technical research into reverse-engineering propulsion systems. He’ll be reviewing the contributions of key groups & figures such as Eric Davis, Hal Puthoff, Bob Baker, Paul Murad, and more – and describing key avenues in advanced propulsion research to replicate documented UAP flight performance. Gary will also discuss AARO, the Wilson Memo, Puthoff’s “Ultraterrestrial” hypothesis, the Einstein-Oppenheimer letter, the Reagan Library’s Majestic 12 Briefing, and more.

2:02:20 – David Pares: Variable Electromagnetic Drive Update
For the last seven years, the Quantum Electrodynamics R&D team has been developing a proprietary Variable Electromagnetic (VEM) Drive that compresses the fabric of space. The VEM Drive requires no liquid propellant that chemical or ion drive to move through space. David will be discussing the team’s continuing research & test results which have progressed beyond VEM Drive v18 which was measured to produce up to three pounds of thrust during testing.

3:02:10 – Lab Partners: Experimental Research Updates
Learn about hands-on engineering & technical research on advanced propulsion experiments by our lab partners. Mark Sokol & the Falcon Space team will describe recent work on NMR / EPR gravity-modification experiments, as well as Mark’s gravity-plating experiment and several other projects. Falcon Space continues to grow rapidly & add new equipment for machining & fabrication of experimental systems, and is a regular presenter at APEC. Bryan St. Clair will discuss research being done into new inertial propulsion experiments at St. Clair Tech – with replication assistance from colleague Ross Small. Other labs are anticipated to share updates as well during this time.

3:52:10 – Media Partners: Current News & Events
Learn about emerging tech stories, trends & headlines from our media partners, who will provide an overview of top headlines along with details of their latest stories & online coverage. APEC is proud to work on conjunction with a variety of community-focused independent media outlets to help share news & raise awareness about continuing research in breakthrough propulsion technologies.

4:19:38 – Panel Discussion
Conference Q&A and general discussion will take place during APEC’s panel discussion. This is a regular part of each conference and allows attendees to communicate, collaborate & update each other on research, trends, and news items important to the community.

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