“They” said it was impossible. “They” said it would never work. “They” scoffed, and made fun of the discoverer of this invention.
“They” said microwaves would never work to propel a craft in space.
Who are they? “They” are the Paid pet professionals, self professed know it alls, deniers, skeptics, and internet armchair warriors.
Now experiments prove “them” all wrong.
Make note in the article, they say:
“Until yesterday, every physicist was laughing at this engine and its inventor, Roger Shawyer.“
Highlight an emphasis on UNTIL YESTERDAY! 🙂
I know how it feels to be laughed at for saying microwaves can do something most skeptics deny. This propulsion system is based upon intersecting microwaves in a chamber. A very controversial scientific fact, “scalar” energy using high power microwaves.
The “scalar” forms when the beams cross, pulling energy out of a so-called “empty” space. In reality, no “space” in the Universe is really empty.
All space is made up of energy. Accessing that energy via intersecting microwaves was DENIED by skeptics who said it was “impossible”.
Now we know differently.
New Test Suggests NASA’s “Impossible” EM Drive Will Work In Space
Last year, NASA’s advanced propulsion research wing made headlines by announcing the successful test of a physics-defying electromagnetic drive, or EM drive.
Now, this futuristic engine, which could in theory propel objects to near-relativistic speeds, has been shown to work inside a space-like vacuum.
The EM drive is controversial in that it appears to violate conventional physics and the law of conservation of momentum; the engine, invented by British scientist Roger Sawyer, converts electric power to thrust without the need for any propellant by bouncing microwaves within a closed container. So, with no expulsion of propellant, there’s nothing to balance the change in the spacecraft’s momentum during acceleration. Hence the skepticism. But as stated by NASA Eagleworks scientist Harold White:
[T]he EM Drive’s thrust was due to the Quantum Vacuum (the quantum state with the lowest possible energy) behaving like propellant ions behave in a MagnetoHydroDynamics drive (a method electrifying propellant and then directing it with magnetic fields to push a spacecraft in the opposite direction) for spacecraft propulsion.
The trouble with this theory, however, is that it might not work in a closed vacuum. After last year’s tests of the engine, which weren’t performed in a vacuum, skeptics argued that the measured thrust was attributable to environmental conditions external to the drive, such as natural thermal convection currents arising from microwave heating.
The recent experiment, however, addressed this concern head-on, while also demonstrating the engine’s potential to work in space. (Image: NASA Eagleworks.)
“The NASASpaceflight.com group has given consideration to whether the experimental measurements of thrust force were the result of an artifact. Despite considerable effort within the NASASpaceflight.com forum to dismiss the reported thrust as an artifact, the EM Drive results have yet to be falsified.
After consistent reports of thrust measurements from EM Drive experiments in the US, UK, and China – at thrust levels several thousand times in excess of a photon rocket, and now under hard vacuum conditions – the question of where the thrust is coming from deserves serious inquiry.”
Serious inquiry, indeed. It’s crucial now that these tests be analyzed, replicated, and confirmed elsewhere. A peer-review and formal paper would also seem to be in order lest we get too carried away with these results. But wow. Just wow.”
As it turns out , the countless denying “theys” of the world don’t really know much about what CAN or cannot be done at all.
I will never listen to another denier ever again in light of this news.