Midnight In The Desert — EM drive

Thu Dec 27 - Professor David Pares- Anti-Gravity, Warp Drive, The Bermuda Triangle & Time Travel

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Thu Dec 27 - Professor David Pares- Anti-Gravity, Warp Drive, The Bermuda Triangle & Time Travel

Professor David Pares discusses a revolutionary Space Warp theory that may be able to send us to the stars. paresspacewarpresearch.org spacewarpdynamicsllc.com TWITTER: @swarpdynamics BIO: David Pares is President of Space Warp Dynamics, LLC a company that has been conducting research and development of the first functional space warp motor. David also teaches as an Adjunct Professor at several colleges and Universities in Omaha and Lincoln area in Nebraska. He teaches Astronomy, Meteorology, Geography and Geology. He has also taught College Physics for over six years.

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Has China beaten NASA to EM Drive 'Warp Drive' technology

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Has China beaten NASA to EM Drive 'Warp Drive' technology

NASA’s much-hyped EM Drive – often described as a ‘Warp Drive’ – made shockwaves around the world, with a propulsion system which seems to defy the laws of physics. But now China has claimed that it has its own version – and it’s already working. A video put out by a Chinese propaganda channel claims that Chinese scientists have a working prototype – something NASA has failed to achieve. The video claims that a working drive has been developed by CAST scientist Dr Chen Yue at China’s space agency. The engine works by bouncing microwaves around inside an enclosed container...

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It's official: NASA's peer-reviewed EM Drive paper has finally been published

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It's official: NASA's peer-reviewed EM Drive paper has finally been published

After months of speculation and leaked documents, NASA's long-awaited EM Drive paper has finally been peer-reviewed and published. And it shows that the 'impossible' propulsion system really does appear to work. The NASA Eagleworks Laboratory team even put forward a hypothesis for how the EM Drive could produce thrust – something that seems impossible according to our current understanding of the laws of physics. In case you've missed the hype, the EM Drive, or Electromagnetic Drive, is a propulsion system first proposed by British inventor Roger Shawyer back in 1999. Instead of using heavy, inefficient rocket fuel, it bounces microwaves...

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This new hypothesis could explain how the controversial EM Drive works

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This new hypothesis could explain how the controversial EM Drive works

The EM Drive is at it again, it seems. Recently, Mike McCulloch, from Plymouth University in the UK, unveiled a hypothesis that aims to explain how this physics-breaking mode of travel could actually work. And his idea has some proponents of this method of transport rather excited. But before we go into the newly proposed theory: a quick summary of what the EM Drive actually is. In short, the EM Drive could allow us to explore our universe in ways that, today, we can only dream about … if it’s ever developed, that is. It works (or should work) thanks...

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The Curious Link Between the Fly-By Anomaly and the “Impossible” EmDrive Thruster

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The Curious Link Between the Fly-By Anomaly and the “Impossible” EmDrive Thruster

About 10 years ago, a little-known aerospace engineer called Roger Shawyer made an extraordinary claim. Take a truncated cone, he said, bounce microwaves back and forth inside it and the result will be a thrust toward the narrow end of the cone. Voila … a revolutionary thruster capable of sending spacecraft to the planets and beyond. Shawyer called it the EmDrive. Shawyer’s announcement was hugely controversial. The system converts one type of energy into kinetic energy, and there are plenty of other systems that do something similar. In that respect it is unremarkable. The conceptual problems arise with momentum. The...

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