Dr. James Woodward
Professor of History; Adjuct Professor of Physics
California State University Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton CA 92834 USA.
A. B. Middlebury College, 1964 (Physics)
M. S. New York University, 1969 (Physics)
Ph.D. UNiversity of Denver, 1972 (History)
Office/Lab: McCarthy Hall - MH-606B
Phone: (657) 278-3596 (or physics at ext 3366)
Mach effect drive impulse engine- and gravitational physics.
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Mach Effect Drive on wikipedia
Weblink to Starship Symposium, May 21-22 WEBCAST.
Latest Papers on Mach Effect Drives
Here are the most recent papers on the Mach Effect Drive and Stargates and stardrives.
My book on Making Stargates and Starships will be out in November 2012 and is available
JPC Conference paper 2012 (Published in AIAA)
ASPW Conference presentation 2012 (to be published online)
Flux Capacitors and the Origin of Inertia
Making the Universe Safe fore Historians (mathematical)
Are the past and Future really out there?
Making Stargates: the Physics of Traversable Absurdly Benign Wormholes
Twists of Fate: Can we make Traversable Wormholes in Spacetime?
STAIF conference (On older devices 01 and 02)
JPC conference paper 2001
Here are some links to others with serious interest in the problems of
Dr. John Cramer of Washington University: Faculty page
Dr. Kip Thorne of Caltech, his personal website and Interstellar film
website. and here's the youtube trailer
Dr. Gary Hudson and the Space Studies Institute; Link to SSI
I would like to acknowledge some of my collaborators past and current:
Tom Mahood, whose weblink is
Prof. Heidi Fearn of the Physics department: link
I would like to give a special thanks to a long time collaborator and the illustrator for my new book on Making Starships and Stargates,
He can be contacted via email at:
Here's a link to an interesting site run by Dr Jack Sarfatti. We do not endorse anything on the site and mention it here just for interest.
Advanced Propulsion Webpages
ASPW 2012 November Huntsville AL.
STAIF II; 16-18 April 2013 Albuquerque NM.
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