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Updates on Space Warp Research


Summer, 2015

Dave Pares regularly reports updates on space warp research to his website.  These updates can be found on the Space Warp Dynamics Facebook page or at the Pares Space Warp Research website.  Click here to download the Summer update in .pdf format.


Fall, 2014

In radio interview appearances on the September 23, 2014 episode of Coast to Coast am with George Noory and on the July 29, 2014 episode of Open Minds Radio member Dave Pares unveiled his latest research findings on Space Warp Engine technology.  Professor Pares summarized a series of laboratory science experiments demonstrating the compression of space leading to the formation of a space warp bubble, and how it can be accomplished without the need for exotic energy.  A publication of his findings has been made available.

A link to the Coast to Coast am appearance can be found here
A link to the OpenMindsTV radio interview on blog talk radio can be found here 


RECENT...


Study Group member Chris Massin has recently assembled a comprehensive summary of Dave Pares' work on space warp (micro/macro) and made it available to the public.  http://www.paresspacewarpresearch.org


Professor Pares and his assistant, Matt Judah have recently conducted laboratory experiments demonstrating the existence of micro space warp.  News on this upcoming announcement will be followed on the Pares Weather Research site.


Click here to gain direct access to the latest news section on Pares Weather Research.




About David Pares:


This page is dedicated to the work of Professor David Pares and his research on the concept of space warp as a means of our own terrestrial travel and the solution to humanity's quest for the stars.  Inspired by his own craft sighting, at the age of 16, Professor Pares has explored the concept of linear displacement as it relates to the possible propulsion and flight dynamics of UFO's.  


Pares uses an original concept developed by Miguel Alcubierre who proposed the concept of bending space in front of a vehicle to achieve faster (though not local) than light travel.  Pares has applied Alcubierre's thoughts to the story of Bruce Gernon, the only known human being to have reportedly experienced a phenomena of linear displacement ("space warp"). Gernon piloted a Beech A-36 Bonanza aircraft on 4 December 1970, and was surrounded by thunderstorms while on a business trip flying over the Bermuda Triangle toward Miami. Bruce was trapped with no way out, untill he observed and entered what he described as a sucker hole in a large and powerful thunderstorm. Near the end of the tunnel the aircraft entered an electronic fog. Gernon and his passengers experienced a sense of hydroplaning and slight feeling of weightlessness.  Emerging seconds later Gernon discovered via radio contact in Florida, and later confirmed by fuel logs and ground registries that during that portion of the trip he was displaced about a hundred miles from the entry point of the cloud. This has been the main focus of the continuing research. 


What really happened during Gernon's flight?  Professor Pares has investigated a potential application and replication of Gernon's experience, creating forecast parameters for the type of space and terrestrial weather conditions during Gernon's encounter.  In a continuing effort a Phase II Research proposal will take a Cessna 152 and convert it into an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and equip it with a variety of sensory recording equipment to verify the potential for linear displacement, commonly referred to as "space warp."  


Professor Pares has been featured on the George Noory's Coast to Coast AM broadcast, other made-for-cable television programs, and most recently was a guest on California Haunts blog radio, where he provided an in-depth discussion of Bruce Gernon's experience and Pares' own research into the concept of linear displacement.


April 9, 2012 Recording of Professor Dave Pares Appearance on Open Minds Radio

January 9, 2011 Recording of Professor Dave Pares' Appearance on California Haunts Radio

Check out The Quantum State Radio Show archives by clicking under the Space Warp Portal Heading.  Professor Pares hosts a weekly radio show discussing breaking news items in science that often receive very little attention from public media.  

What's New...


Learn about the latest in research on Bruce Gernon's experience.  The concept of an Alcubierre drive or "space warp" to explain Gernon's 10970 flight is being challenged in a yet to be released research paper by an independent researcher.  This paper crafts a well thought out approach to understanding Gernon's experience with the concept of an Ellis Traversable Wormhole.  Read Omaha UFO Study Group President Steve Snodgrass's impressions and summary of this debate, which has begun with a bang.  Listen to the January 11, 2011 Episode of The Quantum State Radio Show for a summary of the debate, or download the Snodgrass written summary referenced in the show by clicking on the link above.


As long as we are open-minded enough to consider all the implications of the science behind Bruce Gernon's story, why not ask a UFO contactee?  John Foster, a long time experiencer who has recounted his numerous sightings and contacts, answers questions posed to him by the Omaha UFO Study Group in regard to electronic fog and time dilation aspects of his experiences.  Click the link above to see Foster's response on the Foster UFOs Portal page of this website.

All broadcasts are made live on www.mavradio.com or can be heard locally on HD Radio 90.7-2, and can always be downloaded after broadcast for free on this web site.









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