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Old February 2nd 13, 02:16 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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Violation of action reaction principle in 2005 by Non Newtonian Prototypes

i.e. Propulsione Non Newtoniana (PNN)


www.asps.it/Ott05.mpg

www.asps.it/qct05.mpg

www.asps.it/pnn2005.mpg



www.asps.it/Presentazione.wmv



more in www.asps.it





At the 2013 beginning we obtain a great gain in PNN propulsion respect the
2005 PNN


www.calmagorod.eu/prova96.mpg



a gain about 450 i.e. a constant acceleration of 1/32 g respect the
acceleration in 2005 PNN





More informations and photos of the reactionless or warp drive "Timore del
Signore" VF2 in



www.calmagorod.eu/occc.htm

www.calamgorod.eu/occcidente.htm

www.calamgorod.eu/leg.htm



OCCC (Ordine Crociato per la Cristianizzazione del Cosmo)











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Old February 3rd 13, 01:33 PM posted to sci.space.policy
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On 3/02/2013 12:16 AM, wrote:
Violation of action reaction principle in 2005 by Non Newtonian Prototypes

i.e. Propulsione Non Newtoniana (PNN)


www.asps.it/Ott05.mpg

Trying to maintain an open mind on such things (despite their breaking
the laws of physics, as currently understood) becomes very wearing when
one downloads and watches a video, only to discover that it just shows a
pointer moving against a dial.

As a refutation of the known laws of physics, it was decidedly
underwhelming.

Sylvia.

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Old February 5th 13, 10:38 PM posted to sci.space.policy
David Spain
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On 2/3/2013 7:33 AM, Sylvia Else wrote:
Trying to maintain an open mind on such things (despite their breaking
the laws of physics, as currently understood) becomes very wearing when
one downloads and watches a video, only to discover that it just shows a
pointer moving against a dial.

As a refutation of the known laws of physics, it was decidedly
underwhelming.


My favorite USENET posting of all time was from the guy selling the
zero-delay transmission line. Consisted of several series connected
in-line amplifiers operating off a DC-bias on a coaxial cable. Included
oscilloscope photos of outgoing and returned incoming sine-wave signal
showing perfect phase alignment after a 1 meter run.

Only one small engineering problem. The so-called transmission line was
not properly terminated. The only thing being measured was a reflected
standing-wave coming back from the first active amplified stage....
Details, details....

;-)

Dave


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Old February 6th 13, 03:54 AM posted to sci.space.policy
Greg \(Strider\) Moore
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"David Spain" wrote in message
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On 2/3/2013 7:33 AM, Sylvia Else wrote:
Trying to maintain an open mind on such things (despite their breaking
the laws of physics, as currently understood) becomes very wearing when
one downloads and watches a video, only to discover that it just shows a
pointer moving against a dial.

As a refutation of the known laws of physics, it was decidedly
underwhelming.


My favorite USENET posting of all time was from the guy selling the
zero-delay transmission line. Consisted of several series connected in-line
amplifiers operating off a DC-bias on a coaxial cable. Included
oscilloscope photos of outgoing and returned incoming sine-wave signal
showing perfect phase alignment after a 1 meter run.

Only one small engineering problem. The so-called transmission line was not
properly terminated. The only thing being measured was a reflected
standing-wave coming back from the first active amplified stage....
Details, details....


Hey, never let facts get in the way of your own reality!

:-)


;-)

Dave




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