Andrew Palfreyman on Inertial Propulsion

September 23, 2012| Inertial Propulsion|1 Minute|By AAG

Andrew Palfreyman describes working on a bigger, faster Mach-Lorentz Thruster with the potential to produce up to 60-kilograms of inertial propulsion thrust. Palfreyman participated in publishing his earlier experimental success at the STAIF Conference and joins us to talk about the future of the MLT-Thruster Inertial Propulsion technology, and worked closely with James Woodward and Paul March on a piezo crystal transducer device that they believe is the future of inertial propulsion.