Last update 2008-12-10

Publications in English language after year 2000 regarding the Heim Theory


  1. Heim Theory (HT) – unified field theory in 6-dimensional space
  2. Extended Heim Theory (EHT) – extension of the Heim Theory by Walter Dröscher into an 8-dimensional description of physical interactions

1. Heim Theory (HT)

Heim Theory describes physical interactions in a 6-dimensional space that has physical meanings.

Currently there are no English publications available that introduce classic HT. You find some downloads in English language at www.heim-theory.com.

2. Extended Heim Theory (EHT)

Extended Heim Theory by Walter Dröscher describes physical interactions in an 8-dimensional space. As a result there are predicted some hermetry forms that are unknown in classical physics.

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Häuser
Physical Principles of Advanced Space Propulsion Based on Heim's Field Theory

38th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE, IGW Insbruck, 2002; 21 pages; ISBN ???;  download at www.uibk.ac.at/c/cb/cb26 or www.hpcc-space.de/publications/
Abstract – The need for advanced space propulsion – Introduction to Heim's field theory – Field equations according to Heim – Physical principles of space flight – Conclusion and future work


Walter Dröscher, Jochem Häuser
Future Space Propulsion Based on Heim's Field Theory

39th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE, IGW Insbruck, 2003; 26 pages; ISBN ???;  (download see above)
Abstract – Introduction to space propulsion using gravitophoton field – Cosmological consequences from Heim's theory – Force equations for gravitophoton fields from poly-metric tensor in discrete 8-dimensional Heim space – Experiment to dertermining the double nature of the gravitophoton field – Conclusions and future work

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Häuser
Guidelines For A Future Space Propulsion Device Based on Heim's Quantum Theory

40th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE, IGW Insbruck, 2004; 27 pages; ISBN ???; (download see above)
Abstract – Space propulsion and higher-dimension quantized spacetime physics – The physical principles for field propulsion (hermetry forms, metrics, gravitophoton generation, conversion of photons into gravitophotons) – Space flight dynamics of gravitophoton field propulsion – Cosmology from HQT and LQT – Conclusions and future work

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Häuser
Heim Quantum Theory for Space Propulsion Physics

Space Technology and Applications International Forum STAIF 2005, p. 1440 … 1450; 10 pages; ISBN ???; (download see above)
Spacetime and space propulsion – Physical principles of gravitophoton field propulsion – Conclusions

Allmost identical to the previous essay. (OP 2005)

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Häuser
Magnet Experiment to Measuring Space Propulsion Heim-Lorentz Force

Institut für Grenzgebiete der Wissenschaft, Leopold - Franzens Universität Innsbruck, Austria; Faculty Karl-Scharfenberg, University of Applied Sciences, Salzgitter, Germany;
41st AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit,Tucson,Arizona, 10-13 July, 2005; 10 pages, 7 illustrations;  ISBN ???; (download see above)
Field propulsion principles according to Heim Theory – Heim Quantum Field Theory and the physics of elementary particles – Heim-Lorentz force for space propulsion – Technical realization of field propulsion system (Heim field propulsion device, Magnetic field generation) – Conclusions

Haiko Dietz
A leap into hyperspace

NewScientist 7 January 2006; p. 24-27; ISBN ???; www.newscientist.com

(OP 2005)

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Hauser
Extended Heim Theory, Physics of Spacetime, and Field Propulsion

Internet publication, 2006; 7 pages; free download

In this first part the logical origin of the Extended Heim Theory is described in an non-mathematical way. Some differences between 6-dimensional Heim Theory and EHT are shown. The 15 hermetry forms of EHT are listed in a table. (OP 2006)

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Hauser
Spacetime Physics and Advanced Propulsion Concepts

AIAA 2006-4608, Revised Extended Version, Internet publication, 2006; 19 pages; (download see above)
Spacetime and space propulsion – Classical spacetime (spacetime as manifold, physics of continuous spacetime) – Symmetries in classical spacetime – Quantized spacetime – Spacetime of higher spatial dimensions: string theory – Gauge theory as spacetime with internal dimensions – (special gauge theory: Extended Heim Theory) – Propulsion concepts from spacetime physics (Metric transformation, Gravitomagnetic field experiment – Artificial gravitity experiment explained by gravitophoton interaction – Gravitomagnetic field propulsion by gravitophoton interaction – Conclusion and perspectives

Current physical theories are considered under the aspect of possible interstellar travels. To leave the solar system we need drives that use new physical principles unknown so far.
Origin and results of EHT are compared to other theories. Generation of gravitative effects may be understood as metric transformation (metric engineering) of spacetime.
Central point of the paper is an exploration of the gravitomagnetic experiments by Tajmar et al (2006). The authors show that EHT computes sign and value of the observed gravitational effect. A modification of the experiment is suggested that should lead to an additional axial gravitational field which will be needed in a space drive.
With help of Tajmars experiments the authors noticed that boson coupling will produce much stronger gravitational effects than fermion coupling which was regarded in all previous publications. (OP 2006)

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Hauser
Advanced Propulsion Systems from Artificial Gravitational Fields

AIAA 2007-5595, Internet publication, 2007; 16 pages; (download see above)
2.1 Gravito-Magnetic Force by Photon Conversion into Gravitophotons
2.2 Physical Mechanism for Gravito-Magnetic Force in GME I, II
4.1 Momentum and Energy Conservation for Gravito-Magnetic Force
4.2 Gravito-Magnetic Experiment I (Tajmar)
4.3 EHT Analysis for Gravito-Magnetic Experiment I
4.4 EHT and Gravito-Magnetic Experiment II

Within the framework of EHT the gravitational action of dark matter and dark energy is shown. The distribution and coupling constants of all four fundamental types of matter (ordinary matter, dark matter attractive and repulsive, dark energy) is presented with the values obtained from EHT.
The gravitomagnetic experiments published by Tajmar et al. are described in the terms of EHT both qualitatively and quantitatively. A modified experiment is suggested that should produce a gravitational force parallel to the axis of the rotating disk, representing the prototype of a magnetogravitative propulsion system. A rough calculation shows that basing on boson coupling (copper pair density) such a propulsion system could be built even within current technological limits. (OP 2007)

Walter Dröscher, Jochem Hauser
Gravity-Like Fields and Space Propulsion Concepts

AIAA 2008-5124, Internet publication, 2008; 19 pages; (download see above)
1. Introduction to the Experimental and Theoretical Generation of Gravitomagnetic and Gravity-Like Fields
2. Theoretical Model of Gravitomagnetic and Gravity-Like Fields
3. Experimental Basis for Gravitomagnetic and Gravity-Like Fields
4. Nature of Gravitomagnetic Phenomena and Physical Interactions
5. Novel Gravitomagnetic Experiments
6. Conclusions and Future Activities

At the time of publication two experiments were known which results can not be explained within the frame of conventional gravitation theory: 1. Tajmar et al. (2007, 2008) reported gravitation effects with unexpected strength when rotating a cryogenic Niobium ring. Graham (2008) reported similar effects with a rotating superconducting lead disk. 2. NASA Gravity-Probe B which should proof the frame draggin effect predicted by Lense and Thirring in 1918 showed misalignments of all four gyroscopes employed in this experiment. Those gyroscopes also used niobium coated quartz spheres that are rotating at superconducting temperatures.
Authors show, that in all three experiments the gravitative components could appear when numerically dealing with effects that already were predicted by the EHT: A) A gravitomagnetic field results from the rotation of cryogenic rings beeing 18-20 orders of magnitude larger than classical relativistic frame dragging as predicted by GR. B) A gravity-like field (gravitational accelleration field) can be generated by producing a time-dependent gravitomagnetic field of the type A.
A calculation using the interaction constants formerly published by the EHT reproduces the measured values both in sign of the divergence and in it's numerical amount.
The modified experiment is suggested again that should produce a gravitational force parallel to the axis of a rotating disk, representing the prototype of a magnetogravitative propulsion system. (OP 2008)

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