Good News Mars and Company is the physics proof for all propulsion systems that do not loose propellant mass.
Published on 11/19/2015 - reformatted for online publishing on 01/19/2016. Part 4 released 01/19/2017.
Good News Mars & Company: Part 1
Part one introduces propulsion, conservation of momentum, propulsion in zero gravity
Good News Mars & Company: Part 2
Part two focuses on plume capture and introduces patent pending electrostatic performance exhaust for automobiles
Good News Mars & Company: Part 3
Part three ties together concepts and introduces patent pending lift concepts using enhanced geometry and ∆T. Also introduced is a zero gravity propulsion concept without the loss of propellant mass.
Good News Mars & Company: Part 4 - Propellers for space travel, in brief
Momentum Physics and the use of propellers to provide thrust and propulsion in space, a Physics brief
While you are browsing make sure to see the Aerospace & Astronomics space travel posters. Read the Aerospace Mission at Jarvis Labs to help Accelerate the space race.
Momentum Drive Technology will take us Exponentially farther
This technology will take us exponentially farther faster than current space propulsion technologies. It will also ensure safer more predictable launches and landings with larger payloads.
Regarding automobile exhaust: We have been driving autos for well over 100 years.
If we can put it in via a 3/8-inch fuel line and a 4-inch air intake, and extract energy via combustion, then we can engineer a way to capture the pollutants, ie carbons, and finish the combustion equation.
Stay tuned for more!
Good News Mars and Company is the physics proof for all propulsion systems that do not loose propellant mass including the EmDrive and other ThermoFluid drive systems.
Good News Mars & Company promotional video for JarvisLabs is based on the Good News Mars & Company physics paper written by Jason Jarvis. The original paper can be found online at https://JarvisLabs.com/MomentumPhysics.
Good News Mars and Company Video Introduction