|Posted on 5 May, 2015 at 13:30|
Ladies and Gentlemen,
It has been a very busy several months and actually over a year and a half of intense work on the oscillations of a Hypersphere, in motion at normally sub-light velocities.. First we are active with our Societies. The H.G Wells Society and the British Interplanetary Society, in particular. We encourage you, who would like to get involved, to join these two Societies in particular. Active membership is a great way to interface with our kindred in thought and imagination, and even in constructs of such grand schemes as we enjoy to explore in time and space.
In relation to experiments, there have been endeavours made for at sea, at the surface and meters/feet below with total submersion. Also in aircraft and onboard orbital spacecraft.
Though a Hypersphere is capable of tunneling and entanglement, there are other sub-light uses. One is an element of a cubic array, as a macroscopic quantum computer, amongst other provocative novelties, that most organizations have failed even to dream of. Sadly, most organizations related to "empire building" have through human history missed great opportunities, whilst ignoring the so many quieter voices in the wilderness. Again, I emphasize it is the amateur, and disregarded, but driven individual, that makes the grandest discoveries, ... so to you as such, keep trying!
In the coming months results shall be forthcoming after allowing for the digestion of such informative results (data reduction, as the preferred terms of such as commonly expressed).
The orbital effects are interesting as it showcases upon the Hypersphere's underlying footprint, over prescribed surface areas upon the Earth, and in the future any other celestial body.
Thank you all for your encouragements and sharing!
Robert B Cronkhite