The other night while sitting up in bed watching TV, my mind wandering aimlessly through thoughts bouncing around in my head, I paused to ponder audible sound waves and how their environment reacts to them.
Low tones cause vibrations in the air and make things shake, to put it simply. Why not use this force to move things purposely?
The first application of this that came into my head was 0g propulsion. To test this theory would be simple. A triangular framework with speakers on the corners with gyroscopes behind them internally, some kind of audio device, and a transmitter/receiver. We can use a computer internally to produce the sound in conjunction with taking measurements and anything else we want it to do.
If I am correct, the audible sounds should push or pull the test probe in any particular direction. If this works, then I’ve discovered a new type of 0g propulsion system.
The cost of producing such a probe would be minor.
4 speakers, 4 Gyroscopes, a laptop, a modem, any size framework with triangular shape
The weight of this probe would also be small, therefore requiring less to launch it into space.
This also leads to testing my other theory, faster than light travel. I already have these details written down elsewhere.
Now I just need to find a few companies that will try this theory out.