Gravitation: the Universons, Future Energy

by Claude Poher, Editions du Rocher - Oct. 2003 - 308 pages - ISBN: 2-268-04789-X, Paperback - Black and White

Universons

The author demonstrates that humanity's interstellar journeys are possible, and it explains why they are. This book is the result of more than two decades of personal research and patient collection of experimental verifications
The first part analyzes the main difficulties to overcome to allow humans to travel between the stars. The second part presents a new quantum theory of gravitation elaborated by the author on the basis of multiple observations. This new theory is successfully confronted with several experimental results. It is first confirmed by the trajectory of all distant interplanetary probes. But it is also corroborated by the speed of stars in galaxies. This theory thus shows a natural solution to interstellar travel. The third part proposes a new means of interstellar space propulsion. The comparative analysis of the characteristics of this type of propulsion with data from numerous UFO sightings around the world, for more than half a century, is particularly eloquent. The concepts developed by the author, which were born from his official research on the UFO phenomenon, seem to bring a real scientific, technical, industrial and social revolution for humanity.

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excerpts: "The quantum theory of gravitation, which is explained in the book, proves to have far-reaching potential consequences for humanity. This is a "well hidden" but real characteristic of Nature, which is thus highlighted (...) Indeed, this prediction means that gravitation, that is, gravity, is quantified. And, if it is quantified, it is because there exists, everywhere in the Universe, a colossal energy from which it seems possible to draw grandiose applications. "Wherever the gravitational acceleration is very weak, the importance of the quantum fluctuations associated with Universons cosmological flux becomes preponderant. (...) "(...) there are many possible potential applications relating to the discovery of the quantification of gravitation. It's time to talk about it !!! "

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