From Earth to the Moon in Four Hours?

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  1. Anon says:

    Well, whatever is going on it’s probably not a thermal effect. NASA Eagleworks tested one in a vacuum chamber and it still appeared to generate thrust.

    The best comment I’ve seen on this dates back to the Faster-Than-Light Neutrino furor. Some scientist (I can’t remember who) said, “I’m 99.9% sure that this is all just a measurement error and there are no faster-than-light neutrinos. So I’m very excited!”

    Yeah, it’s probably not what people hope. But even a 1000-to-1 chance that we have just invented the impulse drive from Start Trek is incredibly exciting.


    Arthur Collins Reply:

    Once you grasp that anything traveling faster than the speed of light doesn’t react much, if any with our ‘present event’ or coincide with our typical interpretations of those reading, we can begin to understand that any imagined limitations exist only in our reasoning toward those potentials.
    I have proven such relativistic inertia conversions in my own experimentation. However, my results were measured in hundreds of pounds of thrust instead of just milligrams.
    Once we understand that Wormholes are not “literal events’ any more, we will begin to see that time and distance are not the obstacles we currently see them as being.


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