HQT field propulsion
The Heim quantum theory field propulsion system (AKA: Heim-Dröscher propulsion system) is a award-winning proposal for a Faster-than-light field propulsion system. Unlike rocket engines, it needs only electrical power and no reaction mass. It is based on the theories of Burkhard Heim, a german physician, who developed it in isolation from the rest of the scientific world after of a bad lab accident.
The heim quantum theory (HQT) models the universe in 12 dimensions. This number is also the maximum number of dimensions possible as Heim found in his research. He also introduced a quantum of spacetime, the metron (this is, the smallest unit of spacetime). Because of that, usual calculus making use of infinitesemal small slices of spacetime does not work anymore. Instead, he introduced a new set of mathematics, the selector calculus.
Its big strength compared to other quantum theories developed in the last century is the ability that its not neccessary to use all dimensions if not neccessary. The combined effects of two or more additional dimensions each correspond to a elemental force or virtual particle.
The theory predicts the existence of a virtual particle creating a relation between gravity and electromagnetism, the so called Graviphoton. Together with many other attracting or repulsive gravity effects it defines the gravity constant in a region of space. This predicted particle and its related force was experimentally proven in 2005-2006 .
By placing a non-conducting rotating ring into a strong magnetic field, a strong graviphoton field should get created, reducing the local gravity constant and thus create a strong force on the rotating ring.
Faster than light
When the graviphoton field strength exceeds a threshold the spacecraft shifts into a parallel universe R2 (or R3, R4, etc) where the gravity constant and the speed of light is doubled (tripled, etc), thus allowing a much faster speed of travel - faster than the speed of light in our normal universe.
The interaction of these dimensions with our normal universe is similar to the observed behaviour of dark matter.