2016 Breakthrough Propulsion Workshop Videos: Day one

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Below is the complete set of videos of the presentations from the first day of the 2016 BPW, Tuesday September 20th, 2016.

Note: These videos are part of the SSI Youtube Channel’s Breakthrough Propulsion Workshop playlist.

If these videos are your first introduction to this fascinating topic, you might like hearing President Gary C Hudson’s appearance on The Space Show just after the workshop. The SSI.org page about that show is right here, and the direct link to the show’s archive page is available via this link.

Session 01:
Lance Williams of Konfluence.org
“Ethos of the Meeting”

 

Session 02:
Gary C Hudson of Space Studies Institute
“Opening Remarks from The Space Studies Institute”

 

Session 03:
Lance Williams of Konfluence.org
“Facets of a valid extension to the laws of physics”

 

Session 04 (part one):
George Hathaway of Hathaway Consulting Services
“Facets of experimental tests for new effects”
slides and audio only at George’s request.

 

Session 04 (part two):
George Hathaway of Hathaway Consulting Services
“Facets of experimental tests for new effects”
slides and audio only at George’s request.

 

Session 05:
Dr. Heidi Fearn, Professor of Physics at CalState Fullerton
“Hoyle-Narlikar Mach Effect: theory and applications”
this is part one, part two will come from José Rodal, Ph.D in the next video of the series.

 

Session 06:
José Rodal, Ph.D of Rodal Consulting
“Hoyle-Narlikar Mach Effect: theory and applications”

 

Session 07:
Dennis Bushnell, NASA Langley Research Center
“On this workshop”

 

Session 08:
Free for all day-ending discussion

 

That’s it for day one, for the videos from Day Two, click here.


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