Motion physics to commence latest trials on potential breakthrough in physics with massive implications for propulsion.
Nearly 20 years of r&d, data, theoretical assessment and 8 generations of device testing suggest sweeping transformation of all forms of transportation.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, SAN JOSE, CA, WASHINGTON D.C., PHOENIX, AZ, — OCTOBER 24th, 2016
Under the consortium directed by the National Academy of Science and Arts, leading experts of science, technology, engineering and mathematics are preparing to reveal a breakthrough in physics of propulsion and transportation. There are implications for clean energy and advanced materials sciences as well. Nearly 20 years of exhaustive and rigorous experimental and theoretical research programs have yielded devices ready for strategic trials and licensing. Motion Physics will be publishing a comprehensive series of reports and papers, one per week for the next eight weeks accessible at MotionPhysics.org, with additional publication in appropriate scientific journals. These general materials will include:
- Foundational “Principle of Action” presentations which characterize the breakthroughs asserted
- Formal theoretical papers providing assessments which set forth proofs of potentially extreme significance for the physics of motion
- Data and videography spanning nearly two decades of test devices, which demonstrate remarkable effects compatible with the above
These weekly publications at MotionPhysics.org will be open to the public in general form, and more more detailed versions will be available to strategic partners with whom the enterprise has engaged or expects to engage shortly.
“If the devices, data and theories prove out current internal assessments, we will be able to land humans on Mars faster than drones can land pizza on your doorstep,” said Dr. Charles L. Dickens, President of Motion Physics. Incoming VP of Business Development Brad Cornilles said, “The opportunity is to exponentially accelerate velocity of transportation; in other words, endeavoring to be the first to power vehicles in the race to Mars is one of our trial programs commencing now.”
Motion Physics connects, informs, sponsors, prioritizes and assists the finest innovators in the world to become Associates of the Motion Physics R&D Network, enabling theoretical and experimental studies to advance beyond the expectations of the world’s finest minds. This will enable entities to fulfill extraordinary research contracts, develop technological innovations and advance private and governmental programs beyond our wildest expectations.
“Through its R&D Network, Motion Physics and its Associates are able to pursue internal discoveries and fulfill external contract research and development of technological innovations, for productization in alliance with government and industry partners, and independent innovators,” said Robert Latham, EVP of Engineering for Motion Physics. “The consortium is expected to accelerate the emergence of products and services for urgent and unaddressed near- and long-term human needs, inclusive of advanced propulsion, renewable energy, electromagnetic and acoustic sensing, infrastructure construction and protection, navigation instrumentation, and testing and analysis systems,” he concluded.
In a joint statement the Board of Motion Physics stated, “Our scientists and those of our institutional associates have been collaborating for over two decades in the exploration of these domains of physics. After much preparatory work we have reached a critical mass, and are ready to move to the next stage. We’ve formed a new structure to enable tighter collaboration, better prioritization, larger-scale programs, and a common vehicle for open public engagement and financial sponsorship.
The worldwide launch of the Academy, ManyOne, and Motion Physics is set for October 26, 2016, propelling a new authoritative institution, embracing finest academic institutions and leaders in the United States. This includes new Directors, executives and capital partners with deep expertise in sciences, Internet communications and educational infrastructure, computer science and AI, with a passion for innovation incubation for industrial applications of breakthroughs of this scale, without undue red tape often associated with government bureaucracy. Its founder, the so-called ‘Fox Mulder of Silicon Valley’ Mr. Joe Firmage, has dedicated substantial financial resources, building upon those of many others, to help power this long-planned opening of the Academy’s enterprises for global engagement.
“I grew up nourished by the works of the sweeping science surveys of Carl Sagan to the imagination of Roddenberry, and have spent my career and money in physics and IT” said Mr. Joe Firmage, CEO of Motion Physics. “We’re have quietly, and uniquely, been running the incredible engineering programs to actually make Star Trek real, and we’re now going to start sharing that history and the path to realize it starting this year,” he concluded.
ManyOne and Motion Physics have also confirmed reports that prominent additions to their Executive Teams, Managing Boards, Boards of Advisors & Partner Networks will be announced throughout Q4 2016, further strengthening their capacity to scale swiftly, with excellence.
“The sweeping scope of challenges and opportunities we all can now see after the turn of the millennium represent a ‘singularity’ of change in human affairs far more profound than in any period of recorded history,” added Dr. Robert Corell, world-renowned climate scientist and Vice Chancellor of the Academy of Science and Arts. “Wherever we look, massive changes are occurring or must occur nearly at once: politics, economics, science and technology, transformational art transportable through interactive screens and spaces, and even the sense of a broader spiritual mission for humankind.”
In a separate statement regarding the Academy’s work in advancing other priorities in science and education Dr. David Hestenes, an Academy Institute Board Advisor, added “Mr. Firmage is in the first rank of STEM education philanthropists in the private sector, we hope he remains at that forefront of this most vital priority for the education of our children. By establishing the STEM Modeling Institute (SMI) in the ManyOne Academy, Joe Firmage has created a conduit for steady funding to drive rapid, deep and sustained STEM education reform across the U.S. and beyond. He recognizes that the necessary focus for timely responses to the urgent challenges of science and technology can only come from the private sector. The U.S. education system far is too slow and ponderous to do it. I have been pleased to accept his invitation to lead the SMI.”
ABOUT MOTION PHYSICS
Motion Physics connects, informs, sponsors, prioritizes and assists the finest innovators in the world to become Associates of the Motion Physics R&D Network, enabling theoretical and experimental studies to advance beyond the limits imposed by severely fragmented explorations of these domains.
Through its R&D Network, Motion Physics and its Associates are able to pursue internal discoveries and fulfill external contract research and development of technological innovations, for productization in alliance with government and industry partners, and independent innovators. This alliance is expected to accelerate the emergence of products and services for urgent and unaddressed near- and long-term human needs including advanced propulsion, renewable energy, electromagnetic and acoustic sensing, infrastructure construction and protection, navigation instrumentation, and testing and analysis systems.
ManyOne.org is an Internet Professional Services Organization that helps public and private institutions build ultra-modern Apps and Sites, integrating them with the capabilities of all major clouds. As the successor to the Internet economy pioneer USWeb/CKS, and benefiting from nearly 20 years of further advancement, ManyOne is capable of meeting the needs of organizations of any type and size with IT technology advancements rivaling the finest in the world. ManyOne is dedicated to the advancement of integrated, financially robust global infrastructure for sustainable economic development for the 21st century and beyond. Comprised of core teams of experts, leaders, and entrepreneurs around the world, ManyOne is launching in 2016 massive initiatives for mainstream people and main street businesses in need of rapid economic renewal. Further information is available at ManyOne.org.
ABOUT THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND ARTS
The Academy of Science and Arts is an umbrella institution with the mission of advancing breakthrough science research, education, and consequential sustainable economic development, worldwide. The Academy is in the process of launching in several stages, and may be tracked at NationalAcademyOfScienceAndArts.org.
Among the Academy’s primary social missions is to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics modeling — a sweeping U.S. national priority that has been spearheaded by the STEM Modeling Institute (SMI), with physicist David Hestenes as Director. The SMI is dedicated to rapid, deep and sustained STEM education reform at national and international scales. It will support implementation and extension of a strategic program that, led by Dr. Hestenes, was designed, built and tested with a decade of funding from the National Science Foundation. The program is grounded in a research-based science pedagogy called Modeling Instruction, now adopted by thousands of teachers across the United States, who created their own organization, the American Modeling Teachers Association (AMTA), to sustain it.
The SMI also supports basic R&D to unify and enhance the STEM curriculum with powerful new mathematical and computer tools based on Geometric Algebra (GA). In recent decades GA has emerged as a unified mathematical system for all of physics, engineering and computer science. It simplifies and clarifies mathematics at all levels from the advanced to the elementary. Advanced applications are well developed, and extensive work is continuing to incorporate it into STEM curriculum for the benefit of students worldwide.
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