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Impossible Space Drive

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@ Decriptor

 

Sorry but this is not what i am reading here;

 

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=20140006052#

 

"Test results indicate that the RF resonant cavity thruster design, which is unique as an electric propulsion device, is producing a force that is not attributable to any classical electromagnetic phenomenon and therefore is potentially demonstrating an interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual plasma. Future test plans include independent verification and validation at other test facilities."

 

So time will tell and i am very curious what the results of the future tests will be.

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Thrust was observed on both test articles, even though one of the test articles was designed with the expectation that it would not produce thrust. Specifically, one test article contained internal physical modifications that were designed to produce thrust, while the other did not (with the latter being referred to as the "null" test article).

See, the problem is that they built two of the things, one as a test and one as a control. The control one was designed such that it could not function, it was missing various components integral to the design.

Yet they got similar readings from both.

That's like saying that a high performance sports car, and one without an engine, performed a lap of a race track in similar times. It actually points to the watch being broken.

Never mind that for the engine to work as described, the laws of physics would have to be wrong, which means that either the engine doesn't function as described (And we've somehow found a entirely new type of physics not bound by the existing laws), or it just doesn't function.

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