Quantum Gravity as a Quantum Warp Field Author: Glen A. Robertson, BS in Mathematics, BS is Physics, MS in Operation Research Background: The combined quantum mechanical and energy fluctuations in objects and the quantum energy fluctuations in the external quantum energy field surrounding objects are two separate quantum energy fields separated by a thin energy shell of quantum fluctuations (ESQFs), emanating from the surface of objects. The ESQFs about objects is entangled to the internal and external quantum energy fields to mediate differences that occur between the two quantum energy fields. Whereby, when a small object approaches a larger object, the external quantum energy field of the large object creates an asymmetric change in the external quantum energy field about the smaller object; resulting in an asymmetric change in the ESQFs mediation about the smaller object. This asymmetric change in the ESQFs mediation results in gravitational acceleration on the small object, to produce a quantum gravity model that looks like a warp field. Further, this asymmetric ESQFs mediation can be extended to all other forms of acceleration to include warp drive models. This comes about by analyzing the quantum energy fluctuations about objects as a Casimir cavity, and connecting it to the thin-shell mechanism in Chameleon Cosmology (CC), which suggest that the thin-shell in CC is an ESQFs. Whereby, the formulation of the thin-shell thickness in CC is the wavelength of the quantum energy fluctuations in the ESQFs about objects. It is then shown that the entangled coupling across an object asymmetrically changes as objects approach one another to asymmetrically change the ESQFs thickness about the objects. With the change less noticeable on the largest object (gravitational mass). Whereby this asymmetric change in the ESQFs thickness is shown to resemble a warp field. Further, it is proposed that this asymmetric change in the ESQFs thickness occurs during the acceleration of objects at any speed – to include warp speed. Objective: To show that there is a quantum gravity analogy to acceleration to allow future development of space propulsion methods without mass ejection. Method: The Quantum Gravity as a Warp Field model leads to the concept of asymmetric changes in the ESQFs about accelerated objects. Results: The asymmetric changes in the ESQFs about accelerated objects are like warp bubbles, producing acceleration similar to warp bubbles theory. Conclusions: The Quantum Gravity as a Warp Field model shows that new space propulsion methods without mass ejection – to any speed – are possible through engineering methods that can produce asymmetric changes in the ESQFs about spacecrafts.