iSETI, Interstellar Space Exploration Technology Initiative
About iSETI LLC
The objectives of iSETI LLC are:
1. To develop prototype electrical circuits etched into semiconductor chips that create thrust, Ni Field Thrusters
2. To commercialize Ni Field Thrusters.
3. To replace every combustion engine with Ni Field Thrusters.
Solomon is the Founder and Principal Investigator of iSETI LLC, and the author of An Introduction to Gravity Modification A Guide to Using Laithwaite's and Podkletnov's Experiments and the Physics of Forces for Empirical Results, Second Edition.
Solomon discovered the massless equation for gravitational acceleration in 2007
About Benjamin Thomas Solomon
Ben Solomon discovered gravitational acceleration without mass & Ni Fields
iSETI LLC's research, development, prototyping & commercialization can be divide into three phases:
1. 1999-2012, to research the theoretical & technological feasibility for gravity modification. Done.
2. 2012-2015, to prototype Ni Field Thrusters.
3. 2015-2017, to commercialize Ni Field Thrusters.


Published Ground Breaking Papers:
1. Solomon, B. T., “Empirical Evidence Suggest A Need For A Different Gravitational Theory,” 100 Year Starship Study Public Symposium (100YSS), September, 2013, Houston.
2. Solomon, B. T., "New Evidensce, Conditions, Instruments & Experiments for Gravitational Theories", Journal of Modern Physics, Special Issue on Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Vol. 8A, 2013
3. Solomon, B. T., “Empirical Evidence Suggest A Need For A Different Gravitational Theory,” American Physica Society Conference, April, 2013, Denver, CO.
2. Solomon, B. T., “Non-Gaussian Radiation Shielding,” 100 Year Starship Study Public Symposium (100YSS), 2011.
3. Solomon, B.T., “Gravitational Acceleration Without Mass And Noninertia Fields”, Physics Essays, Vol. 24, 327, 2011. [Phys. Essays 24, 327 (2011)]
4. Solomon, B. T., “Reverse Engineering Podkletnov’s Experiments,” in the proceedings of the Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum (SPESIF-11), Edited by Glen A Robertson, Physics Procedia, Elsevier Science.
5. Solomon, B. T., “Non-Gaussian Photon Probability Distributions,” in the proceedings of the Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum (SPESIF-10), Edited by Glen A Robertson, AIP Conference Proceedings 1208, Melville, New York, (2010).
6. Solomon, B. T., “An Approach to Gravity Modification as a Propulsion Technology,” in the proceedings of the Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum (SPESIF-09), Edited by Glen A Robertson, AIP Conference Proceedings 1103, Melville, New York, (2009).


Major Accomplishments:
1. Discovered the massless formula for gravitational acceleration g=(tau)c^2.
2. Discovered Ni Fields and the unification of gravitational, electromagnetic and mechanical forces.
3. Solved Laithwaite's Big Wheel phenomenon, previously considered impossible by experimental & classical, physicists & engineers.
4. Discovered the photon's Spatial Probability Field and the new Var-Gamma probability distribution.
5. Unified resolution, transmission, shielding, invisibility into a single phenomenon.
6. Discovered spectrum independent photon analytics.
7. Discovered subspace and how probability is implemented in Nature.
8. Proposed that the wavefunction is the particle's disturbance of spacetime and not the particle itself.


Education:
2006 Certificate, Professional Program in Relativity, Gravity, and Cosmology [8.06s], Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
1995 Master of Business Studies, Banking and Finance, University College Dublin, Ireland
1982 Master of Arts, Operations Research, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom
1980 Post-Graduate Diploma in Operations Research, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom
1979 Bachelor’s Degree, Electronics Engineering, University of Aston in Birmingham, United Kingdom1


Speaking Engagements
Please contact Mr Solomon for speaking engagements on his research benjamin (.) t (.) solomon A T iseti (.) us
Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences, International Forum (SPESIF)
I am honored to accept the position of Session Co-Chair of the A.03.1 Theories, Models and Concepts track of SPESIF 2010. The Session Chair is Dr. Martin Tajmar of Austria.
http://twitter.com/solo_iseti
Join my connection at LinkedIn