APEC 6/11, Part #6 – David Pares – The Variable Electromagnetic Drive



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https://www.altpropulsion.com - David Pares will discuss the principles, design & testing behind the Variable Electromagnetic Drive.

For the last seven years, the Quantum Electrodynamics R&D team has been developing a proprietary Variable Electromagnetic (VEM) Drive that compresses the fabric of space.

The VEM Drive requires no liquid propellant that chemical and ion drives require to move through space. The team has performed replicable demonstrations that the VEM Drive (Version 18) can produce up to three pounds of pull solely on battery power, and plans to construct a more powerful set of drives capable of achieving autonomous lift for space propulsion applications.

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In the June 11, 2022 session, Shreesh Holla presents on the QuantumLoop field propulsion technology, Jim Buckeyne proposes a mathematical model for Quantized Weight, and David Pares discusses the Variable Electromagnetic Drive. Mark Sokol & Aidan Schaffer provide detailed lab updates in preparation for their upcoming experimental marathon, and our ad hoc session features Apache UAP analysis by Michael Boyd and presentations by Phil Bouchard & Charles Crawford III.

Links & Resources:

• Shreesh Holla: http://www.anagy.io
• Jim Buckeyne: https://github.com/d3x0r/STFRPhysics
• David Pares: https://www.qed-ne.com/team
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