I believe this is the "boson coupling" that Droecher and Hauser have written about lately. Tajmar's most recent paper casts doubt on the existence of this.djolds1 wrote:
Also don't know if the high-Tesla fields are still required for the putative FTL application. All work since Tajmar's initial reports two years ago have indicated vastly reduced technical requirements for the STL "normal" propulsive experiment.
I find EHT/LQG more attractive as a massively elegant GUT proposal however. It "fits."
Droecher and Hauser really need to run their proposed experiment. If boson coupling turns out to false, EHT may still be valid, but they will be back to having to generate the 40-60T fields to make use of the theory.
What attracted me to EHT (other than the possibility of an FTL) was that it starts with GR and uses it to derive QM. I think this approach has more merit than using QM as the start point and attempting to derive GR with it.
BTW, are you the same Duane over on the EHT discussion forum?