I don't know that anymore.
The Macintosh I had no lid.
No Lace Cards? I had Apple IIe's to work with, loads of fun to be had there.
Leftists harassing cops - fun times. Now that I know this site might as well be Kos, it's time to go forever.
The dummy did produce thrust. They repeated that for emphasis. That ruled out the inventor's idea that the slots were necessary.
They do understand ablation, and have compensated. The next round will double-damned sure eliminate that possibility.
No, fraud would be publishing results that are not valid and claiming that they are. Right now, they are experimenting, and will continue to do so until they have something to publish. You are free to speculate on experimentation you have no access to, but your judgement is ill-advised and unwarranted. No one is claiming anything. All the noise is from non-scientists trying to be scientists and getting it wrong.
And the author of the article is confusing two different experiments, the EMDrive tests and the Cannae drive investigation, so just discount the entire idiot debate. It all comes from wrong premises. Like the cold fusion debacle, it's mostly about high school lunch table character assassinaton and little about science. The cold fusion mess of the 80s was about a secretive experiment and scientists trying to cash in, not the science. Cold fusion by chemical bond compression is a possiblity, just not realized in experimentation, and it is a damned shame no one can go near it now because of the nattering childishness of human tribal shaming.
He's confusing the EMDrive and the Cannae drive. The former is a virtual particle drive, the second a warp drive, maybe. So the entire article collapses.
So, Forbes fails us once more. Perhaps a tax cut would make it better, as tax cuts solve all problems, no?
The did mount it and move it in any direction to see if it worked. It did. Per the results. Also eliminated magnetic interference, microwave heating of the chamber to produce ions from the lining, thermal effects, and anything else they could think of. Ain't their first rodeo. There may be something no one thought of, and they are aware of that. They are well aware also that messing this up would ruin them. We are reacting to unpublished experimental results, aren't we?
People are listening to other people lose their shit, and then losing their shit, leading to even more shit losing. Sort of like the cold fusion meltdown, or the idiocy surrounding the "failure" of Biosphere 2. No one listens to the actual experimenters - they just jump into the echo chamber. Like high school, really, if you consider high school as a true representation of how humans interact when the brakes are off. Scarey that scientists act like kids jumping the nerd in the locker room.
Indeed, and the next step is to crank up the power and see what it spits out. If they get past the margins of error in a BIG way, then people will sit up and take notice. This (not yet published?) experiment will give impetus to the next step.
EM drive is accelerating virtual particles, not warping space. The Cannae drive is hypothesized to warp space. Two *different subjects*, and we're confusing them into one.
People are confusing two drives undergoing testing, the EMDrive, which is hypothesized to work on virtual particle acceleration, and the Cannae drive, which the inventor hypothesizes is a warp drive.