Isaac Scientific Publishing

Advances in Astrophysics

Interaction of Physical Vacuum with the External Electromagnetic and Gravitational Fields

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DOI: 10.22606/adap.2018.32002


  • Boris V. Alexeev*
    Physics Department, Moscow Technological University, Moscow, Russia


The interaction is established between the Physical Vacuum (PV) description in the frame of non-local physics and the external electromagnetic and gravitational fields.


Physical vacuum, the Shawyer EM-drive (PV-engines), interaction of physical fields with physical vacuum, Big Bang and the Universe Evolution


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