ASTRO: Advanced Science-Technology Research Organization

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        Currently, the world has fallen into a desperate situation due to the environmental pollution, future depletion of natural resources and food, and economic problems. To solve these problems and to reach to the next level of mankind, the "new innovation of technology” must be required. But this is not accomplished by the extension of existing science and technologies, and we must develop new technology and scientific theories completely different from the existing ones. For example, big countries around the world launch a rocket by themselves and plan to build a space station, and make a resource exploration of other planets, but the conventional technologies for space transportation and communication through the vast universe are at early stages and thus it is urgently required to develop a revolutionary new science and technology for transportation systems.
        Our non-profit organization hopes to assist the development for the future creation of new scientific theories and technologies including space propulsion systems, which are not on the extension of current science and technologies.

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  1. Musha T., Superluminal Particles and Hypercomputation (PDF)
  2. Musha T., Superluminal Particles and Hypercomputation (PDF (book cover))
  3. Publications related to Advanced Science & Technology (PDF)
  4. Project to built a man-made Flying Saucer (PDF)
  5. Musha T. Holographic View of the Brain Memory Mechanism Based on Evanescent Superluminal Photons. Information. 2012; 3(3):344-350.(link)
  6. Takaaki Musha, Possibility to realize a hypercomputational system from the standpoint of superluminal particles, The 2nd International Workshop on Brain Inspired Computing, NIMS, sengen-site, Tsukuba, Japan, 2012.(PDF)
  7. Musha T., Possible existence of faster-than-light phenomena for highly accelerated elementary particles, Speculations in Science and Technology 21, 29-36(1998)(PDF)
  8. Minami Y., Uchida S.,, Conceptional Design of Manned Space Transportation Vehicle Using Laser Thruster in Combinatin with H-II Rocket, the Seventh IAA Symposium Aosta Italy, July 11-14, 2011(PDF)
  9. Minami Y., Musha T., Field Propulsion Systems for Space Travel, the Seventh IAA Symposium on Realistic Near-Term Advanced Scientific Space Missions, 11-13 July 2011, Aosta, Italy(PDF)
  10. Musha T., The possibility to FTL Space Travel by Using he Quantum Tunnelng Effect through the Light Barrier., the Seventh IAA Symposium on Realistic Near-Term Advanced Scientific Space Missions, 11-13 July 2011, Aosta, Italy(PDF)
  11. Musha T., WIGNER DISTRIBUTION ANALYSIS APPLIED TO THE NUMBER THEORY., Pionner Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and its Applications, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 23-32, March 2011 (link)
  12. Musha T., Possibility of Quantum Computation in the Brain from the Standpoint of Superluminal Particles., presented at the Symposium of Toward a Science of Consciousness 2011- Stockholm, May 3-7, 2011. (PDF)
  13. Musha T., Another possibility of sonoluminescence due to the cherenkov radiation from the ZPF field in a water bubble., Natural Science, Vol.3, No.3, 249-254(2011). (PDF)
  14. Musha T., Possibility of Sonofusion Due to Cherenkov Radiation from the ZPF Field in a Water Bubble, Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences (FJMS), Vol.39, No.2, 2010, pp.267-279. (link)
  15. Musha T., Thermal Radiation Generated inside the Sun Due to the Cherenkov Radiation from ZPF Field, Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol.37, No.2,2009,pp.229-235.(link)
  16. Minami Y., Uchida S., Water Vapour Propulsion Powered by a High-Power Laser-Diode, Journal of British Interplanetary Society (JBIS), Vol.62, 2009, pp.332-339. (link)
  17. Musha T., Possibility to construct a gravitational wave detector by utilizing the electrogravitic property of dielectric materials, Presented at the STAIF II, March.13-15, 2012, Albuquerque, NM (link)
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