Heisenburg was quite explicit in his equations. The common notion is that when we attempt to measure a particle's position, our accuracy of that particles momentum decreases. This cannot be overcome. Any attempt to make both measurements become a point of ridiculousness in the scales at sub-Planck and need not be reiterated here.
While there is no way to know a particles position and momentum simultaneously, we can qualify the uncertainty- we can limit the types of interactions with a system to bring such a system into a normalized physical state. A state we can manipulate to accomplish work.
The Casmir effect is one way to qualify the state of vacuum energy, but it left researchers and scientists befreft of a useable system to extract meaningful work. We have found a way to amplify that process by limiting the particle interaction on the posterior of the Casmir plates to high-energy probabilities, and recapture a portion of that field that appears within the small volume to disrupt the probability space using a geometric analogue of Parrando's Paradox.
Novo Navis is constructing the first test rig to demonstrate the mathematical models developed and iterated to produce the first form of quantum propulsion.
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