Horizon engineering: a new way to move objects using the quantum vacuum

Dr McCulloch will present a talk on the engineering applications of his new theory that combines quantum mechanics and relativity, predicts galaxy rotation without dark matter and predicts that a new kind of force can be extracted from the quantum vacuum. This suggests a new way to move or launch objects into space.

He will discuss new experimental tests of the theory, which have just been awarded $1.3million by the US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Event Information

Event Status
Places Available

Event Date
28/03/2019

Time
18:30

Price
Free

Location
Harrison Building, University of Exeter, N Park Road, Exeter, Devon EX4 4QF

Speaker(s)
Dr Mike McCulloch

Event Association
University of Plymouth

Event Contact
David Bray (davidbray3@gmail.com) or Boksun Kim (boksun.kim@plymouth.ac.uk)

Additional Information
Parking space is available on campus

Sandwiches will be provided at 18:30   
 
The venue is marked 23 on the map below:

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/visit/directions/streathammap/


Regional Group
Devon and Cornwall





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