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Old February 14th 17, 09:42 AM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default Emdrive might change the law of inertia (for the Earth too!)

EmDrive: UK scientist claims 'new physics' explains galaxy rotation and
theoretical space propulsion:

"British physicist Dr Mike McCulloch, who previously used quantised inertia to
explain how the controversial electromagnetic space propulsion technology EmDrive
works, says that he has new evidence showing his theory can also explain galaxy
rotation, which is one of physics' biggest mysteries.

McCulloch, a lecturer in geomatics at Plymouth University's school of marine
science and engineering, says he now has even more evidence that his "new physics
theory" about quantised inertia works, and that it makes it possible to explain
why galaxies are not ripped apart without using theory of dark matter."

See:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/emdrive-u...190111061.html
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Old February 15th 17, 06:19 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default Emdrive might change the law of inertia (for the Earth too!)

Il giorno martedì 14 febbraio 2017 10:42:05 UTC+1, ha scritto:
EmDrive: UK scientist claims 'new physics' explains galaxy rotation and
theoretical space propulsion:

"British physicist Dr Mike McCulloch, who previously used quantised inertia to
explain how the controversial electromagnetic space propulsion technology EmDrive
works, says that he has new evidence showing his theory can also explain galaxy
rotation, which is one of physics' biggest mysteries.

McCulloch, a lecturer in geomatics at Plymouth University's school of marine
science and engineering, says he now has even more evidence that his "new physics
theory" about quantised inertia works, and that it makes it possible to explain
why galaxies are not ripped apart without using theory of dark matter."

See:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/emdrive-u...190111061.html


i can say only that using standard electrodynamics whe can violate action reaction principle without "new physics"

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/ind...?topic=42239.0

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Old April 13th 17, 04:17 AM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default Emdrive might change the law of inertia (for the Earth too!)

On 2/15/2017 1:19 PM, Non Newtonian Propulsion wrote:
Il giorno martedì 14 febbraio 2017 10:42:05 UTC+1, ha scritto:
EmDrive: UK scientist claims 'new physics' explains galaxy rotation and
theoretical space propulsion:


i can say only that using standard electrodynamics whe can violate action reaction principle without "new physics"


I call BS on the idea standard EM dynamics violates Newton's Third Law.
That website linked to says the same thing more or less.

As per EmDrive, it might be that EmDrive is one of the most exotic
examples of an electromagnetic compass ever devised.

That it could be a potential source of propulsion for satellites in
orbit around planetary bodies with strong magnetic fields I will
concede. But that's a huge concession to practicality over say, star
drives or new physics which, if the former is true, EmDrive provides no
experimental proof thereof.

David


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Old April 21st 17, 10:28 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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Default Emdrive might change the law of inertia (for the Earth too!)

Il giorno giovedì 13 aprile 2017 05:17:30 UTC+2, David Spain ha scritto:
On 2/15/2017 1:19 PM, Non Newtonian Propulsion wrote:
Il giorno martedì 14 febbraio 2017 10:42:05 UTC+1, ha scritto:
EmDrive: UK scientist claims 'new physics' explains galaxy rotation and
theoretical space propulsion:


i can say only that using standard electrodynamics whe can violate action reaction principle without "new physics"


I call BS on the idea standard EM dynamics violates Newton's Third Law.
That website linked to says the same thing more or less.

As per EmDrive, it might be that EmDrive is one of the most exotic
examples of an electromagnetic compass ever devised.

That it could be a potential source of propulsion for satellites in
orbit around planetary bodies with strong magnetic fields I will
concede. But that's a huge concession to practicality over say, star
drives or new physics which, if the former is true, EmDrive provides no
experimental proof thereof.

David


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