Until now, humanity is flying in space through rocket technology. This is the simplest way, but it has many disadvantages. The main drawbacks are the high fuel consumption, the lack of filling stations in space, and the need to fly on ballistic trajectories. For sure movement within the Solar system requires a fundamentally different solution.
This solution was found by Neila Technology research center. This solution is based on the theory of a new scientific field called Rhythmodynamics. It allows getting the propulsive force in space (in a physical vacuum) by transferring electrical energy directly into the propulsive force. In fact, we are talking about moving the spacecraft by relying on the exciting physical vacuum. Here, the physical vacuum is considered as a medium, which is the basis for the transfer of electromagnetic waves.
Calculations and experiments in real wave media confirm the possibility of creating technical devices that are able to rely on a physical vacuum and thus moving in space.
This research is at an early stage, so it requires a more in-depth study of both theoretical and engineering. According to media reports, close on the subject of experiments are engaged in NASA and laboratories in China, but due to the lack of a good theoretical justification, the experiments do not receive proper logical development. And here we need cooperation, thanks to which we will be able to confidently occupy this engineering niche together.
Moving in space in a non-reactive way is the most ambitious project of Neila Technology, but this research center also has a number of other unique and promising projects. Such as — the creation of alternative energy sources; fundamentally new navigation devices; fundamentally new devices for monitoring seismic activity; devices for transmitting energy and information over a distance, not based on the usual electromagnetic principle.