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Our VEM Drive

QED's VEM Drive was invented by Prof. David Pares who discovered a way to use electromagnetic energy to compress the fabric of spacetime rather than using mass.

This is the first time anyone has been able to create a warping of spacetime using electromagnetic energy.

Many models of VEM Drives have been built, each one exponentially increasing its energy to lift ratio.

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VEM Drive on Spacecraft

Prototype VEM drive attached to our prototype spacecraft.

We believe one day we will travel through the stars on similar personal spacecraft like this. 

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Cavendish Experiment

Prototype Warp Engine attached to a Modified Cavendish experiment.

The Cavendish experiment is used to measure the compression of the fabric of space through a solid object.


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Our team has already moved past theories of compression of space-time. Three critical experiments that prove the concept scientifically works in a laboratory as a proof-of-concept are:


 1. Red shifted the wavelength of a laser, passed through the field formed by a drive.

 2. Measured the physical force produced by the engine on a non-electric scale.

 3. Moved a non-ferrous object totally enclosed inside of a wood and glass box.

Any of these experiments on their own would be impressive, but together, they prove that our engine is not just theoretical but works in real time. 


Review our past experiments on these pages:

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