A 19-year-old Egyptian university student called
Aisha Mustafa has invented a propulsion device intended to offer
spacecrafts a new method and cheaper means of energy consumption.
The propulsion device promises chances of using quantum physics and
chemical reactions in artificial satellites, instead of the current
radioactive-based jets and ordinary rocket engines.
Mustafa’s device is based on a scientific mix between quantum physics, space technology, chemical reactions and electrical sciences.
Mustafa said the inventions generates energy for space vehicles from electric
energy formed by Casimir-polder force, which occurs between separate
surfaces and objects in a vacuum and by the zero-point energy considered
as the lowest state of energy.
The device uses reflective panels for additional f
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