I hope I'm not jumping the gun, but I havn't made a dime off any of this work. That's okay, but it raises a question of how WOULD we go about building ships, anyway?
I surmised at first it would start off as private ventures. Regulation and registration of ships is not in the same ball park, because of the freedom mankind would have to fly around like birds anywhere and even use the engines to act as support for places in need of power, or to deliver medical supplies in times of need, and ferry people to safety in case of disaster and emergency.
Is anyone interested in financing these ships? There is about 5% more work that needs to be done, which is being handled by some others interested in the X1 engines. Ralph Ring is quite the inspiration to all of us, but lacks any technical knowledge that he can share. John Bedini however is perhaps the guy to connect with to help with the wiring of the regenerative circuitry of the X1. The utrons would take some experimentation, but they can be done with ease I feel.
I'm not in a position to do any more research and development. Even if I were financed, I lack assistance of qualified and interested people/engineers. I've built and designed custom commutators before, and I feel the gravite transmission is easy enough, but like I said there's only about 5% more research that needs to be done. The Tesla energizers, I have spent a lot of time on, but again without a team coordinated effort, the repetitious building/testing/rebuilding/retesting, etc phases of development (even with simple setups like what's proposed on this website) would take some time.
I say "5%" because most of everything is already worked out in terms of engineered physics, in the free downloadables. Anything in a high range of motion will generate a large amount of electrical energy, and thanks to the Rodin coil reactionless drive systems, the X1, and Tesla's knowledge which has largely resurfaced over the years, energizers and amplifiers and the drive systems are mostly worked out already. The physics is solid to explain how the concepts of antigravity and warp propulsion is achievable.
The X1 is a regenerative accelerating overunity engine, passed down to Otis T. Carr from Tesla which is ultimately quite "schoolgirl" in its simplicity.
With the right support and connections, we could bang this out rather quickly.