Hello,

In the past few weeks, I stumbled on a relatively new theory called Quantized Inertia by a physicist named Mike McCullough. I believe this may be a key part of how UAPs are able to move so quickly and effortlessly. I don’t believe it explains everything, but I think that being able to reduce the effect of inertia tremendously, the effect of any other type of propulsion is multiplied dramatically.

TLDR: Ok, you don’t care about the details, how can you turn this into some kind of drive? Well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnNKC82wUmY&t=689s

For those that are interested in more information about it, here’s a quick explanation of QI:

Quantised inertia explains inertia, for the first time, by combining relativity and quantum mechanics.

According to relativity, an accelerating object will see a Rindler horizon in the direction opposite to that of its acceleration vector. This is because information travels at the speed of light.

An accelerating object will see itself surrounded by so-called Unruh radiation. The horizon splits virtual particles, so that they become real radiation.

Quantized Inertia combines these two predictions by saying that the horizon damps (reduces) the Unruh radiation on one side of the object. The resulting gradient in the quantum vacuum pushes the object back against it acceleration, explaining inertia (McCulloch, 2007, 2013).

Quantized Inertia further predicts that for objects with very low accelerations, such as stars at the edges of galaxies, the Rindler horizon moves so far back that it is close to the cosmic horizon so the waves of Unruh radiation are now damped equally all around, and the mechanism of inertia collapses. This explains why stars at the edge of galaxies can orbit faster than expected but still remain bound to the galaxy. As a result, Quantised Inertia predicts galaxy rotation perfectly without the need for dark matter or any adjustment (McCulloch, 2012, 2017).

More practically, quantized inertia also predicts that we can get thrust and energy from the vacuum.

Here’s a video of McCullough explaining it: https://youtu.be/fnNKC82wUmY?t=483

Now, as far as Unruh radiation, it was theorized for a long time until it was finally observed in 2019: https://arxiv.org/abs/1903.00043

So how can this be turned into a drive? If you skipped the TLDR above, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnNKC82wUmY&t=689s

Notice it’s a giant spinning thing. Very circular. Interesting shape, isn’t it?

Ok, so we’ve observed Unruh radiation, we have a theory and an idea on how to build a drive, but how do we test it? Simple… a company builds a drive a puts it in a cubesat:

https://thedebrief.org/impossible-quantum-drive-that-defies-known-laws-of-physics-scheduled-for-do-or-die-october-space-flight/ https://interestingengineering.com/innovation/quantum-drive-that-draws-limitless-power-from-sun-will-fly-to-orbit-this-year https://physicsfromtheedge.blogspot.com/2023/03/dont-publish-facts-that-threaten-my.html

The Quantum Drive launch has been rescheduled a few times but will now be going up in a few days on November 9th.

If the drive works, then it will revolutionize everything. If it doesn’t, well, it was a good try and a solid effort. At the very least, people are trying to look at new approaches to tough physics problems. That should be applauded regardless.

Now how can we potentially support this with UAP-related sightings? Outside of how magical UAPs seem to move, there’s a few things that I find somewhat supportive:

The circular nature of UAP sightings, whether it’s saucers, orbs, or tic-tacs. There are ships that aren’t circular, yes, but they usually seem to have orbs as part of their structure. The skipping that some witnesses talk about. I’ve never seen something move without being affected by inertia, but i imagine if it did, and if it was moving across a fluid, it would be so light it would skip across like a rock. Here’s a video example of it: https://youtu.be/lfUdBInvNhU?t=14 The Udo Wartena case in 1940 (I believe here’s the actual text of the letter he wrote). Specifically this is mentioned:

There are in the outside rim of the ship two flywheels one turning one way and the other the opposite direction. He explained that this gives the ship its own gravitation, or rather overcomes the gravitational pull of the earth, other planets or the sun or stars. And though this pull is light, we use this gravitational pull of the stars and planets to ride on.

Elsewhere Udo described the ‘flywheels’ or rings as being about three feet wide and several inches thick, separated by rods turned by motors and next to ‘battery of transformer’-like units all around the inside perimeter of the circular ship.

If you go back to the YouTube video above and look at what McCullough is describing, it seems similar.

So there you have it. I have no idea what will happen on the 9th, but if the QI drive works, then I think we have a start on how UAPs – at the very least – reduce their inertial mass and move so easily.

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