This year Colorado Aerospace Day was Monday, March 24 2014. A full day event organized by the Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR), Colorado Space Coalition (CSC) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
The Xodus One Foundation was a Breakfast and Lunch sponsor. Here is the YouTube video of the event . You can see me 1:50 minutes into the video, third row from the bottom, first person from the left.
Imagine a world where gravity modification engines on semiconductor chips, float and propel rockets, aircrafts, and helicopters by the year 2020. This revenue opportunity is estimated to be $30 billion. Imagine, interstellar journeys that take minutes if not seconds, a world with commercial traffic between the stars, across our Milky Way, and within our lifetimes by 2040.
Xodus One Foundation is the foremost pioneer in interstellar propulsion physics. Founded in October 2013, the goal of the Foundation is to facilitate humanity’s achievement of commercial interstellar propulsion by 2040 by raising funds and disbursing grants to researchers with access to accredited multimillion dollar labs.
Photonics West 2014, held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Feb 4-6, was a great 3-day conference, but I learned a very important lesson.
I was very pleased that I did attend AIAA’s new SciTech 2014, Jan 13-17, held at the Gaylord National Resort, Maryland.
Newsletter Dec 24 2013
Wishing you a very Happy Holidays.
As Founder & Chairman I would like to introduce you to the opportunity to be part of the ground breaking future of the Xodus One Foundation (XOF).
Xodus One Foundation is the foremost pioneer in interstellar propulsion physics. The goal the Foundation is to facilitate humanity’s achievement of commercial interstellar propulsion by 2040. The Foundation expects to accomplish this by raising funds and disbursing grants to researchers with access to multimillion dollar labs.
The Foundation’s key contribution is the evaluation and prioritization of experiments to be conducted with these grants. These experiments(1) are RSQ-blind. That means these are experiments that the RSQ (Relativity, String & Quantum) theories are unable to propose, and therefore blind to.
The Founder & Chairman, Solomon has 4 engineering physics patents pending and completed a 12-year study into the physics & engineering of Gravity Modification, published under the title “An Introduction to Gravity Modification, 2nd Edition”.
Solving gravity modification and doing it in 12-years is a very significant achievement as Michio Kaku’s estimate was ‘several hundred years’ (April 2008 Space Show interview).
Solomon expects to similarly accelerate the technological innovation of interstellar propulsion, through the Xodus One Foundation. It is not about achieving consensus with the theoretical physics community, but about discovering the new physics before others do.
(1) A discussion on RSQ issues is available in Solomon’s paper published in the Journal of Modern Physics, Special Issue on Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Vol. 4 #8A, August 2013, New Evidence, Conditions, Instruments & Experiments for Gravitational Theories.