Hyperaccelerator Theory: How to Use Electromagnetism, Superconductors and Particle Accelerator Technology to Reach Near-Light Speed

Hyperaccelerator Theory: How to Use Electromagnetism, Superconductors and Particle Accelerator Technology to Reach Near-Light Speed

by Jason P Doherty

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Hyperaccelerator Theory: How to Use Electromagnetism, Superconductors and Particle Accelerator Technology to Reach Near-Light Speed by Jason P Doherty

We are going to travel to the stars. I'd like to help get us there. In the interest of that, I offer this theory, and the accompanying inventions and ideas to humanity. Please take it from here. Thank you.

This brief document is intended for those who understand superconductors and particle accelerators, as well as the concepts of electromagnetism and velocity, that they might learn how to and assist in propelling mankind into deep space at unprecedented near-light speed velocities.

Please read. Thank you.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154453018
Publisher: Jason P Doherty
Publication date: 07/08/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,127,858
File size: 140 KB

About the Author

Jason is the maternal grandson of German rocket scientist Wernher von Braun's mathematician assistant, Harry H Merrywell, who was U.S. Navy, U.S. Army Technical Team Chief Warrant Officer 2, and fought in World War II and the Korean War. Notable collaborations include Industrial Records founder and cultural pioneer Genesis P-Orridge, Invisible Records founder Martin Atkins, actor Thomas W. Ashworth, (L.A. Law, Criminal Minds) and avant gard artist Steven Johnson Leyba. Jason is also a sometime musician, and enjoys playing Stratocasters. Since 2007, Jason has written several interesting books, including A.I. Civil Rights, the seminal text on the subject. His newest work is a theory on attaining near-light speed travel using electromagnetism, superconductors, and particle accelerator technology. Find more of Jason's work at www.jpdBooks.com Jason lives.

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