Funding Request

Astrophysicists like Robert Nemiroff have shown, using Hubble photographs, that quantum foam does not exists. Further, the famous string theorists, Michio Kaku, in his April 2008 Space Show interview stated that string theories will require hundreds of years before gravity modification is feasible.

Therefore the need to fund research into alternative propulsion technologies to get us into space cheaper and quicker. We can be assured that such space technologies will filter down into terrestrial technologies.

I was surprised to find that the Cannae Drive received private placement funding in 2011 & that they are doing joint testing with NASA.

This video explain how this can be achieved and the benefits of doing so. The two organizations that are actively engaged in this endeavor are Propulsion Physics, Inc. and the Xodus One Foundation.

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Thank you for you funding efforts.

The Future-Propulsion Community

The future propulsion community are those who believe in or are actively researching rocketry, gravity modification & interstellar propulsion engineering & physics.

In this video I discuss the 3 groups within the future propulsion community. These groups are the Nay Sayers – they don’t believe that it is in the near future, Advanced Rocket – that only rockets can do this, & New Physics – that a new physics will solve this soon.

I also discuss briefly the European/French and Chinese interest in my work.

The Experiments that Started this Investigation into Gravity Modification

The video blog shows 2 of the 400 experiments I conducted between September 1999 and at least April 2001, may be later. I used various weight measuring scales, battery packs and power supplies. These experiments convinced me that something was a miss with contemporary physics, thus leading to my 12-year study into gravity modification.

This study has been published under the title “An Introduction to Gravity Modification, 2nd Edition”.  It documents the new massless formula g=(tau)c^2, for gravitational, mechanical & electromagnetic accelerations; the discovery of Non Inertia (Ni) Fields and non-Gaussian photon probability, and the subsequent unification of photon shielding, transmission/cloaking, invisibility and resolution into a single phenomenon.

Ground Zero of Interstellar Propulsion

Private Space exploration is gaining a lot of attention in the media today. It is expected to be the next big thing after social media, technology, and probably bio fuels . Can we take this further? With DARPA sponsoring the formation of the 100 Year Starship Study (100YSS) in 2011, can we do interstellar propulsion in our life times?

The Xodus One Foundation thinks this is feasible. To that end the Foundation has started the KickStarter project Ground Zero of Interstellar Propulsion to fund and accelerate this research. This project ends Fri, May 9 2014 7:39 AM MDT.

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Background & History of the Foundation

The Xodus One Foundation[1] is a Colorado 501(c)(3) non-profit founded by Benjamin T Solomon[2] in October 2013 with the objective of raising funds and disbursing grants to researchers with access to multimillion dollar labs, for the purpose of discovering the physics of interstellar propulsion.

The Xodus One Foundation and its Founder, Benjamin T Solomon, have been active in this outreach at the DARPA[3] sponsored 100 Year Starship Study[4]; AIAA’s SciTech 2014 Conference[5] held National Harbor, Maryland; SPIE’s Photonics West 2014[6] in San Francisco, California; and is a sponsor of the Colorado Space Business Roundtable’s (CSBR)[7] Colorado Aerospace Day (2013[8] & 2014[9] ) held in third week of March.

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Commercial Interstellar Propulsion by 2040

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.

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The Ground Breaking Future of the Xodus One Foundation

Newsletter Dec 24 2013

Dear Reader
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).

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Andrew Beckwith


Director, Chief Science Officer 2013 – Current


Mission: Revisit singularity theory as seen in the AM journal entry and JAM journal entry with an idea of using wormhole physics to explore faster than light travel methodologies.

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Benjamin T Solomon


Founder & Chairman, 2013 – Current

Principal Investigator, iSETI LLC

Author of An Introduction to Gravity Modification, 2nd Edition

Mission: To make commercial interstellar propulsion a reality in our lifetimes.

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About Xodus One Foundation

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.