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Old March 26th 20, 12:02 PM posted to sci.space.policy
Jeff Findley[_6_]
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In article , says...

don't talk to Sylvia she is just a troll


Baseless assertion.

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Old March 26th 20, 04:23 PM posted to sci.space.policy
Dean Markley
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On Monday, March 23, 2020 at 6:41:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
Il giorno lunedì 23 marzo 2020 23:01:40 UTC+1, Sylvia Else ha scritto:
On 23-Mar-20 10:30 pm, wrote:
Il giorno lunedì 23 marzo 2020 09:56:39 UTC+1, Sylvia Else ha scritto:
On 23-Mar-20 5:14 pm,
wrote:
Il giorno lunedì 23 marzo 2020 03:31:07 UTC+1, Sylvia Else ha scritto:
On 23-Mar-20 3:21 am,
wrote:

We are preparing an advanced PNN F432 prototype patent which demonstrates not only the possibility of violating the principle of action and reaction but also the principle of inertia and the second law of dynamics.
Only by exceeding Newton's laws will interstellar flight and reach worlds equal to Earth be possible.
Our goal is to sell PNN prototypes and we will do it whether they help us or not
www.asps.it/patportions.htm


Please notify when you file the application so that I can file an
objection based on the fact that it is has not been demonstrated to
work, and violates the accepted laws of physics.

Sylvia.

Whoever gave me this 20 years www.asps.it/pat98.jpg ago established that this description www.asps.it/setupdip.htm (use the translator) did not violate any laws of physics.

You yourself said that it did in your OP.

Sylvia.

I see that it does not put any links to not be denied. I repeat that as mentioned in www.asps.it/setupdip.htm the thrust was too low to be used. She does not want to do or can not do the math.


Do you dispute that you said that it violates laws of physics in your
original posting?


Translate this is not mine http://www.sagredo.eu/varie/terzopr-em.pdf

Action reaction principle can be circumvented in electrodynamics.
You speak like a philosopher


Sylvia.


You're not going to raise any money here. Particularly not when you can't engage in rational discussion.
 




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