Gravity Drive: Key to the Cosmos by Bestselling Author Paul Rosenfeld Price:  $0.00 (as of 02/09/2024 02:39 PST- Details)

Our story takes us back to 1947 Roswell (yeah that place), where we learn what really happened that night, and the surprising reason the government wants to keep it quiet. We go forward in time and meet a pair of trouble making engineers with unfortunate last names, who are in charge of uncovering the secrets from the crashed alien craft.

They meet our hero, Howard, who brings the knowledge that finally helps our engineers discover how the alien craft works. Actually, how it worked, because not so much now. Together, our three heroes convince NASA to build the first Gravity Drive space ship, and off they fly on an adventure that takes them to meet friendly aliens and a bio-engineered, wacky Artificial Intelligence computer who shows them short cuts through space and time that give humanity the key to exploring the Cosmos (hence the title of the book, in case you missed that).


This is a work of fiction: Since the invention of rockets, their propulsion systems have gone essentially unchanged. We still depend on blasting some type of propellant out the rear to shoot the rocket forward (Newton’s Third Law – check it out). There’s two problems with this method: propellant is always in limited supply, and you can’t really go very fast, so we use gravitational assist from planets to get us places. It still takes years, and that’s just inside our solar system. What if we could go to our Moon in hours or Mars in a couple days, and even turn around mid-flight if we forgot our toothbrush?

This is the story behind the development of the Gravity Drive propulsion system. Spoiler Alert – Howard, the hero of our story (well, he’s not really a hero so much as an engineer) has a close encounter of the,…. well,….. close kind. He realizes he’s far more interested in how the ship moves than who might be inside. He dedicates himself to duplicating the alien craft’s drive system, which he believes centers around the ability to create a gravity well for propulsion, which is really consistent with the bulk of UFO (UAP) sightings.

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