New Physics for Space Technology / Re: EM Drive Developments - related to space flight applications - Thread 9« Last post by sanman on Today at 06:30 PM »
I was just wondering - if Squeezed Light can be possible, can Stretched Light also be possible? Or is that what they call Amplitude Squeezed Light?
Regardless of how it's accomplished, we can all see what the converse situation would look like - a lower signal-to-noise ratio that raises the background noise. Shall we call it excitation of the Vacuum Fluctuations?
Consider that if those background fluctuations are what you're trying to push off of, then your Action-Reaction could benefit from a more vigorously fluctuating (hotter?) Vacuum.
In my model, that would be "warp drive", or K < 1, c/K > c.
I look at it this way. The QED Zero Point Field, (ZPF) is the lowest allowed energy state for an oscillator in a potential. So the oscillators that make up matter (atoms) do not naturally drop below this minimum energy state. The atoms are driven by the ZPF of the vacuum to be in equilibrium with it. The presence and interaction with external matter causes damping, or a loss of power from the oscillator-vacuum system. The particle falls, looking for equilibrium in an asymmetrical environment. In other words, the symmetry is broken. Gravity has a symmetry, just as other forces in the SM have a symmetry. They exist only when the symmetry is broken.
The frustrum is an (asymmetric) resonant cavity with photons supposedly bouncing back and forth - but couldn't this "resonant" bouncing really amount to a delocalization?
Isn't that exactly how they refer to electron-delocalization in SP2 aromatic carbon -- "resonance" states?
If QED cavity resonance really does amount to delocalization, then perhaps its more diffuse nature could lead to greater coupling - analogous to the way the more diffuse corona-discharge can have greater coupling with a fuel-air mixture as compared to the sharper arc-discharge. So, to me, that sounds like the possible means of augmenting Action-Reaction by a Photon Rocket.
But the idea of "stretched light" (Amplitude-Squeezed Light?) and a correspondingly "smeared out" photon seems to also be a way of making light more diffuse at the individual photon level, which perhaps could also achieve better coupling with the Vacuum.
So which way is better? Should they both be tried together, for possible enhanced results?
Then there is the idea of Gamma-Gamma photon coupling at higher energies (shorter wavelengths) - so when your energy is high enough, you're no longer as bosonic and you're more interactive.
Could there be possible interplay between:
1) the choice of frustrum dimensions and material
2) the choice of light frequency to pump the cavity with
3) the level of LightSqueezing applied to the photons