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In a Multi-Verse the proababiltiy of the impossible is One. Op-Ed the case for more EMDRIVE research

23 Aug 2015, 04:22 UTC
In a Multi-Verse the proababiltiy of the impossible is One. Op-Ed the case for more EMDRIVE research
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Op-Ed the case for more EMDRIVE / Q - THRUSTERResearchTest ArticleBy Paul Wallis     Aug 18, 2015 in Science According to the Sydney Morning Herald:The EMDrive theoretically works by converting electric power into microwaves which bounce around inside an enclosed cavity, using the difference in radiation to move through an environment. This violates the laws of physics, which state that if something moves forward it must also push something back, as no propellant is expelled to balance the engine's momentum.Huh? This is an issue? The theory of conservation of momentum is based on the equal and opposite forces principle, attaining an equilibrium. The theory is usually demonstrated by a collision analogy. Therefore, equal forces in collision achieve stalemate? Wrong. Two cars colliding at 100 mph don't come off with no damage. They get trashed by the transferred energy of the collision. This is energy we're talking about, not momentum. Atoms can collide and release enormous energy. Is conservation of momentum an issue? It's merely part of a larger and far more complex process which took hundreds of years to understand. It is patently absurd to say there are no reciprocal forces involved in any kind of electromagnetic system. Are you seriously ...

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