The Nassikas Thruster: Light-years Ahead of the Dawn Spacecraft Ion Propulsion System

How about going to Ceres in two weeks and even journeying beyond?
How about sending a probe to Alpha Centauri or Epsilon Eriadni?
Introducing the new space drive for interstellar exploratory craft:
The Nassikas superconducting thruster
(U.S. Patent No. 8,952,773). More

Pluto found to be geologically active: Where does its heat come from?

The recent fly-by of Pluto has given scientists something to puzzle over. The images relayed back by the New Horizon spacecraft showed that its surface was devoid of craters. This indicates that either Pluto is a very young addition to our solar system or that it is geologically active and periodically resurfaces itself covering over any crater features. More

Dr. LaViolette’s interview on Caravan to Midnight with John B. Wells

Paul LaViolette’s April 10, 2014 podcast interview on The Caravan to Midnight with John B. Wells (Episode 40) may be heard by clicking the following link: April 10, 2014 interview. This discusses Subquantum Kinetics, Advanced Aerospace Propulsion, Galactic Superwaves and the G2 Cloud encounter with the Galactic core. More

Matt Pulver of Blue Science is interviewed about Subquantum Kinetics

 Matt Pulver of Blue Science is interviewed on May 2013 about Subquantum Kinetics, Gödel’s Theorem, and Electrogravitics.  Also posted here on the Blue Science website.  Beside acting as coordinator of the Blue Science project, Matt is also an accomplished physicist and consciousness researcher (UCLA magma cum laude in physics and mathematics).  He … More