Electronics Engineer, Operations Research
Interests: Antigravity, Magnetic Propulsion
Benjamin Thomas Solomon is the founder and principal investigator at iSETI LLC, Interstellar Space Exploration Technology Initiative, and Co-Chairman of the A03.1 Theories, Models and Concepts track of the Space, Propulsion, & Energy Sciences International Forum, SPESIF 2010 to be held at Kossiakoff Center, Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory
The principal objectives of iSETI LLC are:
- To document, research and replicate, puzzling gravity related anomalies that are reproducible, and repeatable.
- To conceptualize, theorize, and build proprietary gravity modification technologies.
- To send the first return trip astronauts to Alpha Centauri - nearest visible star - within our lifetime.
Gravity modification will change the laws of physics as we know it, therefore, it is necessary to rebuild our concepts on gravity from scratch. Note, however, that any new hypothesis on gravity must still explain know gravitational behavior in addition to providing new avenues and predictions.
He started building and testing his proprietary electrical circuits when in the US in 1999. To eliminate experimental error, he had built circuits that should work (and they do), and circuits that should not work (and they don't), under identical conditions. These experiments led him to rethink how the known laws of physics would work in a universe where gravity modification would be feasible.
The 3 major original discoveries of his research are:
- The discovery of the new formula for gravitational acceleration:
- g = tau c2 where tau = dt/dr, the change in time dilation over the change in distance. That gravitational acceleration can be described solely by the transformations present in the local region of spacetime without any reference to its mass source. Extensive testing shows that this equation is the correct description of acceleration for all non-nuclear forces. This formula is the key to developing gravity modification and force field technologies as mass is no longer a consideration.
Published papers & presentations:
- 2009 - An Approach to Gravity Modification as a Propulsion Technology, Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum (SPESIF-2009), Huntsville, AL, February 24-27, 2009.
- 2007 - Gravity Modification: A Review Of Concepts Developed, International Space Development Conference, May 25-28, 2007, Dallas, Texas
- 2006 - A Step Toward Translocation Technologies, International Space Development Conference, May 07, 2006, Los Angeles, CA.
- 2006 - Laithwaite Gyroscopic Weight Loss: A First Review, International Space Development Conference, May 07, 2006, Los Angeles, CA.
- 2005 - Does the Laithwaite Gyroscopic Weight Loss Have Propulsion Potential?, 8th International Mars Society Conference, August 13, 2005, Boulder, CO.
- 2003 - A New Approach to Gravity & Space Propulsion Systems, International Space Development Conference, May 25, 2003, San Jose, CA.
- 2002 - The Future of the Launch Industry, International Space Development Conference, May 23-27, 2002, Denver, CO.
- 2001 - An Epiphany On Gravity, Journal of Theoretics Vol. 3-6, Dec 3, 2001.
- 2001 - Wormholes Create Unresolvable Paradoxes, Journal of Theoretics Vol. 3-4, Aug 6, 2001.
- 2001 - Propellantless Repeatable Entry Spacecrafts, International Space Development Conference, May 24-28, 2001, Albuquerque, NM.
- 2001 - Post-Newtonian Propulsion Technology, International Space Development Conference, May 24-28, 2001, Albuquerque, NM.
2006 Certificate, Professional Program in Relativity, Gravity, and Cosmology [8.06s], Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1995 Master of Business Studies, Banking and Finance, University College Dublin,Ireland
1982 Master of Arts, Operations Research, University of Lancaster,United Kingdom
1980 Post-Graduate Diploma in Operations Research, University of Lancaster,United Kingdom
1979 Bachelor's Degree, Electronics Engineering, University of Aston in Birmingham,United Kingdom