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Submission + - Move Over EmDrive, Here Comes Woodward's Mach Effect Drive (hacked.com)

giulioprisco writes: An exotic “impossible” space propulsion technology known as “Cannae Drive,” less known than the EmDrive but equally controversial, made news headlines a few weeks ago with the announcement that it is about to be tested in space. There are speculations that the Cannae Drive could exploit physics known as “Mach Effect.” But perhaps the same physics plays a role in the EmDrive as well.

Comment Re: Shocking! (Score 1) 527

The Sugar Association acknowledged that it "should have exercised greater transparency in all of its research activities.

Translation: We did it.

However, the trade-group went on to question the UCSF researchers' motives in digging up the issue and reframing the past events to "conveniently align with the currently trending anti-sugar narrative."

Translation: We're still doing it, so shut up.

"Most concerning is the growing use of headline-baiting articles to trump quality scientific research -- we're disappointed to see a journal of JAMA's stature being drawn into this trend"

Translation: You guys suck.

Comment Re: What's the obvious question, is he going to di (Score 1) 286

I'm 6'2", 250. Nobody has ever called me fat

Hey, guy who is 6'2" and weights 250 pounds. I didn't see you? Because you're eclipsing my office light. I just wanted to say, I really liked the way you suplexed that guy into the radiator last week. Made. My. Day. Oh, your weight? It's perfect! You know, not everybody could have ripped that toilet out of it's moorings like that. Yes, I know that loud flush was very startling.

Do you work out?

Comment Re:Pierson's Puppeteers (Score 1) 709

Precisely. A talking llama from the the UN once told me that they know how to defeat climate change AND poverty, and that everyone has already agreed to the plan. Not sure why we're still talking about this as if it's some sort of issue.

I mean, I was going to install solar panels, but now it seems like there's no point?

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