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A post on a popular spaceflight website suggests NASA scientists have found evidence for two propulsion theories at the fringe of scientific thought. Follow Mikah Sargent: http://www.twitter.com/MikahSargent See more at http://www.newsy.com Sources: NASA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUe5IpDBcsM NASASpaceFlight.com http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2015/04/evaluating-nasas-futuristic-em-drive/ Getty Images http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/drawing-by-isaac-newton-of-his-telescope-contained-in-a-news-photo/93486063 University of Southern California http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx9kiF00rts Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/dno1967b/9564470592 Paramount Home Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nkegWQe1ZM Bloomberg http://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/b/302f247f-f552-4635-bbcf-a2fdea72d818 Once Noticias https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuBMkig5fZk Twitter https://twitter.com/malcubierre/status/477424154199617537 Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/11304375@N07/2046228644/in/photolist-5pdeiQ-5nnadf-rjsMvt-65CcvR-815Xib-47Psud-7Qafno-5knRqT-5knXuk-815XEw-8RVKTr-812Vo6-812NhM-5GFKUf-815XQ1-815Xy7-812PAF-812P3F-815WVo-815WNo-4bWZXe-7LMPJi-815XqQ-5kAjDA-815Y8E-815X3C-812Ptt-815WGC-812MD6-815YfS-6tWXkg-5kokyi-6tWXjH-6tWXje-6u1zPN-6u1zPd-6u2awE-6tWXk8-6u2awy-6tWXkH-6u1zP1-6u1zQS-6tWXme-9f6tar-3RiNSM-9f9ANq-9f6sVp-7uQELB-9f9zpW-9f6sCZ Jalopnik http://jalopnik.com/the-painful-truth-about-nasas-warp-drive-spaceship-from-1590330763 Twitter https://twitter.com/seanmcarroll/status/495307268028497921 Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/arselectronica/5980280567/in/photostream/ Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/arselectronica/5980279761/in/photostream/ Image via: NASA http://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/technology/warp/ideachev_prt.htm
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Devin Kerry (8 days ago)
Stephen Dahlem (15 days ago)
Virtual plasma is the thing in mainstream physics it’s the basis of Hawking radiation
chasan chacha (1 month ago)
Dude needs to eat a burger
RICHARD GORDON (1 month ago)
they already have. decades ago .
Steve H (2 months ago)
Warp drive still seems impossible; its based on Rodenberry's fantasy, and desire to get to places which are indeed, out of our reach.
Alex Swage (2 months ago)
This is all propaganda and totally fabrication of information
Randall Lannon (2 months ago)
Joke!!!! they lied about so many things you'd be an idiot to believe them about anything!!!
Concerned Citizen (2 months ago)
Send Schumer to investigate then, send Pelousy to find out what happend to him.
Captain beans (2 months ago)
Nope.They Dont.
Inachu Ikimasho (3 months ago)
So easy to get a blue print of a real space ship minus the engine drive system which can be built after the ship building is done via mega 3d printing with the help of automated robots.
Manuel Montiel (3 months ago)
Dancing Deaddog (3 months ago)
So if you travel faster than light, you'd be there before you saw it happen? What if you decided not to go in the last second? Would you still be there?
REALIZE REAL LIES (3 months ago)
Mohamed . S. El Naschie (3 months ago)
HTML] NASA's EM Drive Thrust from the Forces of the Quantum Vacuum of Spacetime MS El Naschie - Advances in Aerospace Science and Technology, 2018 - scirp.org Building on the various manifestations of the forces latent in the quantum vacuum of spacetime such as Hawking's radiation and Unruh temperature, we resolve a major paradox connected to an immensely important proposal by NASA scientists for constructing a … All 2 versions [PDF] ijeir.org [PDF] A Theoretical Justification of NASA Electromagnetic Drive based on Cosmic Dark Matter MS ElNaschie - 2018 - ijeir.org … 2010. [3] CW Wu: Comments on theoretical foundation of “EM Drive”. Acta Astronomica, 2008, pp. 1-3. [4] MS El Naschie: The Cantorian monadic plasma behind the zero point vacuum spacetime energy. American Journal of Nano Research & Application. 3, 2015, pp. 66-70 …
Carl O (4 months ago)
Scientists are correct. This EM drive shouldn't produce thrust *according to our understanding of the laws of motion and other physical laws.* The problem is we *don't* completely understand the laws of physics. There are a lot of things that we just don't know yet. It's very possible that one or more of these things we don't understand is allowing the EM drive to create thrust. Or maybe it's an error in the measuring method/device. But we need to keep working to determine which it is, error or unaccounted for law of physics.
Stephanie Roumeguere (1 month ago)
i stay at my arguements with the math teacher (from when I was 16) Quantumfysics is the basics for maths..NOT the other way arround...(I also prooved it by not willing to follow the mainstream-math-formula's...but taking my own point of vieuw and combined by the filosofic way of seeing maths, I prooved many times having the same outcomes ...and yes, I also always have wrote down how I found the outcomes ;) )
Lee Agnew (4 months ago)
Nasa achieves a slightly bigger telescope and puts more tubes on the space station, that's it. Fuck all else!
Mohamed . S. El Naschie (4 months ago)
محاضرة العالم المصرى الكبير الاستاذ محمد النشائى بامريكا The Universe as a Golden Supercomputer Scorpion300100 2K views 4 months ago 32:12 بنصبح عليك العالم الدكتور محمد النشائى Nimo shark 431 views 6 months ago 1:30:17 الدكتور محمد النشائى فى قناة الحافظ Scorpion300100 239 views 5 years ago 31:45 العالم الكبير د . محمد النشائى ضيف مصر جميلة رئيس تحرير عايدة الرباط 25 سبتمبر 2016 Masr gamila مصر جميلة 189 views 1 year ago 29:41 #ثلاث‪_‬أيام | محمد النشائي :أحمد زويل لم يقدم شيئا لمصر أو أمريكا eXtra News 2.2K views 3 years ago 28:03 د.النشائى يطرح افكارا غير تقليدية لاستخدامات النانو تكنولوجى فى مختلف مناحى الحياة 24-7-2016 sabahelkheirofficial 204 views 1 year ago Watch It Again 2:48 Umov vs Einstein AlternativApproach 196 views 2 years ago 1:13:28 محاضرة العالم المصرى الكبير الاستاذ محمد النشائى بامريكا The Universe as a Golden Supercomputer Scorpion300100 2K views 4 months ago 5:28 Mohamed El Naschie at home in Surrey elnaschie 1.8K views 7 years ago 20:18 بنصبح عليك د/ محمد النشائى بنصبح عليك 67 views 3 years ago 3:57 العالم محمد النشائي يكشف الوجه الحقيقي للاخوان و يطالبهم بالعوده لبيوتهم altahrirtvchannel 314 views 4 years ago 6:32 Hawking radiation stevebd1 184K views 9 years ago
Mohamed . S. El Naschie (4 months ago)
International Journal of Engineering Innovation & Research Volume 7, Issue 1, ISSN: 2277 – 5668 A Theoretical Justification of NASA Electromagnetic Drive based on Cosmic Dark Matter Mohamed S. ElNaschie Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt http://www.ijeir.org/administrator/components/com_jresearch/files/publications/IJEIR_2325_FINAL.pdf
Mohamed . S. El Naschie (5 months ago)
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Ntui Arrey (8 months ago)
Does NASA say is there no more place we can go.
Bruce E (9 months ago)
solar electric propulsion has been proven by NASA
Heavy Weapons (10 months ago)
We havent even built the ship yet
harish arora (1 year ago)
ohh man stop blabbering about negative mass.. all you should be worried about is positive mass which is needed by your body.. or else you may extinct before this wrap drive or em drive comes into reality.
Keith Harris II (1 year ago)
Time to revisit. Negative mass.
Jack Pullen (1 year ago)
The answer is that space is not empty as everyone supposes, but in fact space is filled with particles that are coming and going all the time. Space and time are a product of the quantum gravity field which exists everywhere and all matter comes from the particles emitted from this field. The EM or Cannon drive, which ever one wishes to call it is like a sprinkler shooting out droplets of water verses a jetting blast of water, it produces a little steady push in thrust. In space this thrust will keep adding up to increase speed over time. No classical laws of physics are broken because they can not fully be applied to the dimension of quantum mechanics and their quantum field effects upon each other. When particles collide there are energies exchanged in the process and a pressure or repelling force of motion.
Cisco Kid (1 year ago)
This is NASA starting the initial process that leads eventually to limited disclosure None of this is new or relevant since we've had interstellar transport for decades but , how do you cover up the fact that you've been lying to the public since the 1940's Not easy
Zbigniew Modrzejewski (1 year ago)
ADASTRA Aerospace : Let's go to the stars. Shall we? https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/adastra-aerospace
Terry Thomas (1 year ago)
About that ship which was shown near the end of the video. When I first saw the drawings I had to laugh. Why? Because it is aerodynamic! There is no air in the near vacuum of space, therefore the design has no need to be aerodynamic. It could be any shape, heck even a cube. Hmmm... hasn't a cube been used somewhere?
tpaperplane (1 year ago)
Host, are you related to VeganGains on YouTube? If not, you're a complete doppelgänger.
9VBGI (1 year ago)
Corrected my typos Does NASA mean it's going to disprove e=mc-sq or have they discovered a completely new physics (or mybe they think a spaececraft and it's cargo can hold out for 10k; 100K or 1 mio years).
9VBGI (1 year ago)
Does nasa mean it's going to disprove e=mc-sq or have they discovres a completely new physics (or mybe they think a spaececraft and it's Contentscan hold out for 10k; 100K or 1 mio years. Nothing is possible, given time. But this is unrealistic speculation given our present level of scientific advancement
Paul Maher (1 year ago)
They called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions techno babble also, but not so.
Noah Kuzel (1 year ago)
For a video that was trying to explain space flights it for sure gave a lot evidence to just cancel not just manned space flights but NASA as well.
/M0ther_bra1ned/ (1 year ago)
Aww shit, there goes my Orion concubines... :-/
ziuretity (1 year ago)
oh well.. if something technology advanced is being tested as prototype - that a great news.. If its just talk - in 10-200 years somewhat will show up eventually. Just matter of the time actually. Anyway, back then (until early 20 century) no one will believed in space expedition and moon landing, so yeah...
Isaac Westawski (1 year ago)
why, are we not funding this? the micro wave engine kinda makes sense because light creates motion too and technically micro wave should be able to push as well. but microwaves are weightless... unlike light... so they should make a new engine called "FCK Newton" so it... doesnt make sense that it works.
Dragon Cocplayer (1 year ago)
It's a 50/50 deal, EM drive breaks the current law of physics. EM drive may or may not work
Aroder (1 year ago)
they need to open their mind far beyond and dive into the ideas which seem impossible because there lies the answers. if scientists make fun of another scientist and their ideas then perhaps they should quit the science all together because that will get them nowhere
TheCaptainLulz (1 month ago)
The reason they dont is because the scientific method works better than anything else we have. They tested it and it failed, thats that, no amount of open mind can change direct testable answers. Its ok to be open minded, but dont open it so much that your brain falls out.
josh brock (4 months ago)
Exactly. Scientific criticism is healthy but too much and you get a bunch of hot headed assholes with a thorn in their side and a grudge for winning arguments rather than working together to advance technology and the understanding of our reality.
Dragon Cocplayer (1 year ago)
EM-Drive and Nuclear Fusion cannot work.
GamingZen (1 year ago)
Scientist and people in general have always done this throughout history, it will be the ones that do it anyway that create the next scientific revolution. Many things thought impossible in the past are now not only true they are taken for granted. I am excited about EM-Drive and Cannae Drive myself and hope it does work in space when tested.
Wsntme rly (1 year ago)
The first "finding" propultion without pushing away from something(is not against newtons laws) was found over 20 years ago by Eric Laithwaite. He filed for patent in 1993, inertial propultion. Done by "mass transfere" with gyroscopes.
Mcbreezy (1 year ago)
dont forget to hit the gym
ThrundaWolf (1 year ago)
those ears xD
Legend Cox (1 year ago)
Here's a question, when traveling with a warp drive, how does time affect you? Would you be able to go to another star system without having the problem of time in light speed theory since you are essentially staying still?
0011peace (1 year ago)
Time is unaffected by warp its space that moves not the craft like surf board. Or passengers in a car. They just come along for the ride. Em drive on the other hand would cause time dilation of very low amount based on the speed given. If you went near enough to get any real significant time dilation you have .95%+ the speed of light. If you had 10x time dilation for 10 minutes it would for you only a minute. And, 4.2 years worth it would to you be 5 a month journey. If either of these work we can get to Proxima/Alphs/Beta Centauri and Bernard's Star in human time frames. And, with Earth like planet in the Proxima system we now have reason to test these theories out.
Isaac Westawski (1 year ago)
+Isaac Westawski acceleration
Isaac Westawski (1 year ago)
time would still be consistent. it makes a warp bubble that doesnt cause ecceleration, but instead a slow teleportation.
Aroder (1 year ago)
not sure if time would stop for you as it does if you go near or over the speed of light. since you're technically not moving. but at the same time you did move from point A to B so time had to have some effect on you. perhaps it stops for you while you're in the warp state.
Legend Cox (1 year ago)
Who will be the first to test the warp drive in space, and make a quick trip to mars and back.
Paul Maher (1 year ago)
I think Elon Musk would take a whack at it!
Han Realistic (1 year ago)
all bullshit
Han Realistic (1 year ago)
Well. Check their web site, analize the videos and pictures properly, you will realise that they are all fake... Even the Earth Pictures.. Don't believe me, do it your self...
Han Realistic how do u know
Alex Alford (1 year ago)
A lot of people say stuff like this is impossible,but no,that is wrong,in the 1200s people were locked away in a cage from limited by there small understanding of physics and medical science,but we are a lot more advanced then them now and we have better understandings of physics,chemistry,quantum physics,and other things like that and we have made thing and done things thought impossible,now we are back in a cage,that cage is are current understanding of all forms of science but one day we will break out of that cage and then end up in another cage but with more space,once we finally know everything in every subject of science that is possible we will have finally broken loose from are cages and only be limited by what is possible in the universe.
Alex Alford (1 year ago)
I WILL REIGN (1 year ago)
Alex Alford hey, at least you spelt everything right, right? Unlike a certain group of people I spend laughing at for ten seconds, then get annoyed, and then correcting them.
Alex Alford (1 year ago)
I WILL REIGN also sorry for my bad grammar I was typing to fast
Alex Alford (1 year ago)
I WILL REIGN oh sorry
I WILL REIGN (1 year ago)
Alex Alford why don't you learn to space your words after the period stop/comma? XDDDD
Christopher Malcovish (1 year ago)
Fascinating! The guy talking makes me want to slit my throat though...
Dennis King (1 year ago)
it's alien technology... What they have recovered all the spaceships... And now that they are mastering it... Well at least they're finally letting us know they have it praise God
Schutzstaffel ϟϟ (1 year ago)
EM Drive may not defy the laws of physics after all: http://www.sciencealert.com/new-paper-claims-that-the-em-drive-doesn-t-defy-newton-s-3rd-law-after-all
Dexter Lim (1 year ago)
DON't put bull shit in my head.
Jack Pullen (2 years ago)
Well we have a robotic space shuttle that already stayed up two years and came back landing by itself. Why not equip it with EM drive as an accessory, word is 8 hours to moon and approx. 38 days to Mars. You could deploy and retrieve satellites " small ones " and take some extremely good pictures with your DARPA gear...You could have GPS up and ready before sending people...Don't you just love Quantum Physics
chris77777777ify (2 years ago)
White is pushing a lie to get funding to fuel his mortgage
Zachary Tran (2 years ago)
I love this guys enthusiasm!
The streetpanda (2 years ago)
Many things used to be theory,like the higgs.Most of the technology that we use today was once tought to be impossible.One should never assume that something is impossible to achieve.Did it happen? no,will we soon warp to proxima centauri? probably not,is it impossible? nothing is impossible.
ZFlyingVLover (2 years ago)
show me and prove it. otherwise it's b.s.
TechNick (2 years ago)
Thats how it starts. An engine capable of making our entire solar system much more accessible to manned spacecraft. Then eventually we will build on that platform to go further and faster to reach deep space. Kind of exciting if we aren't plunged into WW3 first....
Kenneth Ogden (2 years ago)
Gotta love this guy's enthusiasm!!!
Salty Viper (2 years ago)
31 Aliens disliked this video!
Frank HEUSER (2 years ago)
It couldn't go indefinetly, it would be limited by food supplies for human travel (lets assume autonomous phase0 to phase n so that it makes human travel that easier by autonomously with monitoring building infrastructure in the fisrst place) and when in DEEP space, we should have someting like solarcells but that use cosmic background radiation or cosmic rays as input
Scott Patterson (2 years ago)
It doesn't make two shits what NASA or any government program achieves in the way of revolutionary breakthrough s because the more astonishing the discovery, the higher level of bullshit they will feed John Q. Public.
Joe Morello (2 years ago)
A demonstration is worth 1000 words, so, fire up a M-drive and let's watch it go! Same with the warp drive, program the ships computer, let's say to the moon and back in 1 hour and have cameras film the process! So easy! 🇨🇦😊
dbd31463 (2 years ago)
+Joe Morello Excellent target! Now we need the scientists cracking on that warp engine so we can explore it.
Joe Morello (2 years ago)
+dbd31463 Need a target? Ok, Gliese 1214b in the constellation Ophiuchus, 40 light years away. Observation from the Hubble telescope shows that this planet is a water world because its enshrouded by a thick and steamy atmosphere. Also called: GJ 1214b and there is no other planet like this in our solar system or any other planetary system currently known! It's host star is Gliese 1214 and it is a red dwarf, RA: 17h 25m 17s and DEC: 4 degrees 57m 49s! 🇨🇦😊
dbd31463 (2 years ago)
+Joe Morello You need a target farther away than the moon. That's only 1.5 seconds away going the speed of light. I don't see FTL travel happening in my lifetime but, I hope I'm wrong.
TJ Devereaux (2 years ago)
Only a fool closes their mind to new possibilities, even if you think it's impossible. As a man who's died twice already, and by all accounts, shouldn't still be here, take it from me, ANYTHING, is possible. We cannot base all of science solely on our limited knowledge of it. Human arrogance is the biggest obstacle to overcome, not the so called "laws" of physics. Same goes for alien life...we cannot define life solely by our definition when we've already found life on earth in 600 degree water by volcanic vents, or breeding in drums of radioactive waste. Science needs a lesson from the other humanities, and open their minds to the thought that anything is possible.
4TheRecord (1 year ago)
LOL People saying they died are funny. They missunderstand the difference between actual death and a doctor making an assumption your dead because the method for determining death is not reliable. Lots of people can appear dead but wake up hours or days later. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/nov/14/waking-morgue-death-janina-kolkiewicz
the bish (2 years ago)
And you're fucked in the ass.
the bish (2 years ago)
+Tj Devereaux : You ain't never died once much less twice, but if you get third chance at it, stay there.
Ronald Saunders (2 years ago)
people are really slow they make shows about this shit they been had this shit since Roswell all the down alien craft just go check out ur millitary aka air force in 2020 they colonizeing mars wake space travel been unlock the public just didn't no about NASA is ur fake space program the department of defense and the air force control the real space program
That One nerd (2 years ago)
"man will never fly for a billion years" -New York Times 1900
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
Yeah inspirational but they never said that
Bethany Agana (2 years ago)
Bethany. AGAna. Builder. Star. Fleet. Is. Real 🚀♿️👽🎥📹🎬💻
Alexander T. (2 years ago)
thedrew4you (2 years ago)
What the fuck is an "M drive"? You should pronounce it correctly. It's "EE EHM" Two letters. E and M. Not a single word "em". It's not warp. It won't even get you to geosynchronous orbit. It has a top speed of 256 mph due to Doppler effects within the resonant chamber. I don't see what the big deal is. You can shove a car from the inside with inertia. Children do it with ride-able wheeled toys, scooting the things around with a back and forth motions. We don't see it in cars because our mass is so much less than that of the car we're in that it takes a tremendous amount of force to start it in motion. The drive is very simple. You hit one side of it with more force than the other side. The difference gives you thrust. It costs electricity. There is no physics violations here. The hype is largely due to the absolute ignorance of reporters like you, and the gullibility of your viewers who repeat the ignorance en mass.
thedrew4you (1 year ago)
+Rob Fraser I'd like to see you try.
Rob Fraser (1 year ago)
+thedrew4you Right! You're going on the naughty step and you're staying there til you behave!
thedrew4you (1 year ago)
+Rob Fraser No. The rules of English trump your personal preferences. I stand by my statement, since it is proper. M-Drive is wrong, you and the original designer be damned.
Rob Fraser (1 year ago)
They pronounce it as M-drive because that is how it has been pronounced since 2001 by the original designer. Another example of ignorance is lecturing people on something that they are doing correctly but you aren't.
thedrew4you (2 years ago)
+Richard Hillier Looks like you already do.
funkywoofwoof (2 years ago)
Your ears are amazing!
Chelsea Myers (2 years ago)
That warp drive has already been debunked and there's no way to propel an object, even in space, without an opposite force pushing away from it. I'm not a troll when I say this, I'm just stating the facts and know that their new discovery just doesn't work like everything else they've tried. Our technology is still in it's infancy and will take 100 years before this is feasible.
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
+crazyskater05 ANNDDD now it's rebunked, a warp drive works by in a sense getting sucked, it doesnt need a force pushing away it just needs the reverse
steakup97 (2 years ago)
For the record, Miguel Alcubierre is Mexican, so his last name should be pronounced Al-coo-be-err-ay, with a roll on the R's. It's not rocket science, its Spanish.
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
+steakup97 may be so but the drive is pronounced al-cu-be-air
Ivan Damico (2 years ago)
Particles CAN move faster than light...Neutrinos (also known as 'ghost particles') have been observed travelling faster than light photons in the same environment...HOWEVER, the maximum speed of light constant is measured in a pure vacuum, whereas neutrinos going faster than light do this in a medium such as glass or water, where light photons slow down significantly, include the decrease of speed from going through helium, oxygen, argon, and other atoms that exist in air (and don't in the vacuum of space), whereas neutrinos , called ghost particles because they are so small they pass through elements without interacting with the atoms already present (making them extremely difficult to detect and measure, neutrino detectors have been built at the bottom of deep mines so the neutrinos pass through miles of solid rock, filtering out other particles so the neutrinos can be detected) but since light photons slow down travelling through these same translucent mediums (air, glass, water), neutrinos can be measured as going faster than ambient light, but NOT faster than the absolute speed of light. B8!
hyraxist (2 years ago)
I thought the EM drive was a british design and idea?
Chris Zarkov (2 years ago)
A scientist who talks about the "vacuum of space" should be stripped off his degree and sent to a forced labour camp. It means he is a complete baboon who didn't read the basic greek science of 2500 yrs ago and still lives in the dark age of science from the day when the inquisition ruled the continent.
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
+Chris Zarkov yeep
Chris Zarkov (2 years ago)
+MWiatrak Odd definition. This applies to pretty much everywhere except Earth.
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
+Chris Zarkov Err no, A "space vacuum" Is a concealed region of area with no oxygen and high pressure but it can have mass, in fact their are alot of particles in space
Chris Zarkov (2 years ago)
+MWiatrak So give me the meaning, cuz i think its rather common knowledge the term vacuum means exactly that, empty and void of any particles. If you have another definition of vacuum pls let me know. What does "space is a vacuum" means to you?
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
+Chris Zarkov dude it doesnt mean empty in space terms
mangagod123 (2 years ago)
"Scotty punch it" :D
Jerry C (2 years ago)
That's the ticket and why they are building an experiment to be carried out in space. The ISS will conduct the test to confirm whether or not the drive actually produces thrust in space, and on a personal note, when it does, I expect apologies from certain physicists or at the very least a comment saying that they were wrong.
Truthfuldrake 27 (2 years ago)
venezuela will never have this...
Truthfuldrake 27 (2 years ago)
+MWiatrak because Venezuela sucks
MWiatrak (2 years ago)
+Goten 654 why did you point out Venezuela specifically lol
Trevy Burgess (2 years ago)
The law of conservation of momentum still applies. It's just that the drive is interacting with the magnetic fields in the vicinity (I'm guessing). - According to the controversial plasma cosmology theory, the universe is shaped by electric and magnetic fields, with gravity playing only a support role. This sounds like a side-effect of that theory. - They should perform these experiments in the presence of strong external magnetic fields and see what happens. Also try different orientations relative to Earth's magnetic field.
Scott Dykes (2 years ago)
What an ignorant, unscientific jerk...
Lisa winn (2 years ago)
rather it is complete or not i am glad the concept of moving faster than light is being explored and inevitably will work, this is very simple proof of what i have been saying for years, man kinds need to explore, go, see and touch will drive him/her into finding a way to pierce or circumvent(means go around) the so called light speed barrier. This is not a fantasy it is an inevitability. Want proof? look into history and look into how every single scientifically impossible to break barrier has been broken, flight, orbiting the planet,stepping on the moon,we can even turn a man or woman into the opposite sex now,every single thing i have stated here was an absolute impossibility by science. yet it has been done. it's just a matter of time till the next barrier is pierced ot gone around.
Lucian Tamba (2 years ago)
fuck yeah bitch .. FTL is coming to bad we will be dead by then :((
Stalin (2 years ago)
Hmmmmm so the alcumbier drive could be the warp drive and the em would be impulse.
Daniel Antone (2 years ago)
+Jerry C The amount of energy needed for the warp drive is also incredibly massive - on a level we don't have any clue how to harness. Beyond that, you need that massive amount of energy to be NEGATIVE energy. WTF is negative energy? Science only says it's not proven to be impossible for it to exist, but neither is it proven to exist, much less discovered.
Vashdastampead (2 years ago)
+Ivan Damico "Just a thought"! You could write several books across what you said.
Ivan Damico (2 years ago)
+Jerry C We are still virtual infants in our understanding of the way the universe works, it would be nice to have ftl drives and explore the universe, what would our policy be if we came across a planet in say, the bronze age of development, should we be allowed to stop them from killing off the last of a species, say like the dodo, or each other, like Magellan's reported 'people with tails' in South America? or would we just observe? We have the ability to dream about exploring tge farthest reaches of our universe, and now they think the cosmic microwave background has proof of other universes, which of course we would love to explore, but how would you even step into a world with different dimensions, different laws of physics than ours? Perhaps we should consider alternate, farther ahead possibilities...perhaps machines will be outdated in a few hundred years and our conciousness..quick, think of looking at the Milky Way from far enough away that you can see the whole thing, there, you've just travelled 200,000 light years and back in the blink of an eye. perhaps we can teach our consciousness to move without our bodies. Just a thought.
Jerry C (2 years ago)
+arron mullings I was thinking the very same thing. Though in the future I suspect that we will discover at least two additional methods of faster than light travel. One being the ability to create stable wormholes and the other being dimensional shift or hyper drive. Wormholes are nice because they allow instant jumps over massive distances, unfortunately the amount of energy required to create a stable wormhole would only be available at planetary locations to begin with, so spacecraft will still need FTL drives to explore beyond a base jump from home.
Stalin (2 years ago)
+Vashdastampead I was wandering if someone would reply.
IN THE MIX (2 years ago)
How the hell did Star Trek know so much they talk about warp drives and e optic matter like it was horrible himself that wrote the script
RealistReviewer (2 years ago)
The EMDrive was proven to work by teams back when NASA claimed it was not possible to work, it has taken them way too long to adopt this tech available in 2000 thought up by a Brit, we should be asking, so what took you 15 years???
RealistReviewer (1 year ago)
+Rob Fraser There is money, it's just squandered on privatization and quango's.
Rob Fraser (1 year ago)
Same as jets, jumpjets, hovercraft, etc - we have smart people but zero cash. The SABRE engine will be the next invention adopted by someone else because we have a shitty traiterous government.
RealistReviewer (2 years ago)
+yfzrider13 Because the inventor claimed it formed warp bubbles, so no one took him seriously at first, the Chinese built it and showed it worked somewhat, but it wasn't enough to convince the ESA it was worth trying out, especially since they knew NASA would probably make one too and NASA shares tech anyway, Space is a shared venture.
yfzrider13 (2 years ago)
Why didn't the Brits build it?
rorythered (2 years ago)
Hasn't NASA been trying to disprove EM drive for years? Now suddenly when someone else makes it work (China Germany), NASA are claiming it 😂😂 'murica
jimmy jon (2 years ago)
too bad for the rest of the world.  USA will have the first military space ship.  OOOPS.  USA ALREADY DOES.
Henryk Musial (2 years ago)
+jimmy jon I'm talking about the EmDrive in particular
jimmy jon (2 years ago)
+Henryk Musial USA made and funded spacecraft+spaceweapon long time ago during the race for space.  the trip to the moon was just another prototype
Henryk Musial (2 years ago)
+jimmy jon its true china is the first to develop the em drive with that british dudes help. The british dude first came to America though but nasa just lol'd in his face so he went to china.
RealistReviewer (2 years ago)
+Jerry C I already know who invented the concept, I have never claimed the Chinese came up with the idea, see the other comment I wrote on this video two months ago, about how a Brit came up with this in 2000, what I meant was the Chinese developed his invention into a working model first when no one else believed him. NASA only picked it up once it was proven.
Jerry C (2 years ago)
+RealistReviewer Actually they were first developed by a garage engineer from England
Itachi21x (2 years ago)
The dogma of modern science makes me mad as fuck
RCWorks (2 years ago)
NASA can't get off the ground anymore, for the 100 anniversary of the Wright Bothers flight the only thing that was flying at Kitty Hawk was 2 of my 36" slope kits built by a couple of kids. NASA had a crew that built a Wright Flyer there but it never got off the ground.
George Headsteel (2 years ago)
this channel is so underated
Trust Me I am a Jedi (2 years ago)
+cortster12 I am following the news for the EM Drive since a while. No technology could be a bigger game changer as this one if it becomes true. The EM Drive would revolutionise the whole way of travel on earth and space and would be totaly disruptive technology for the actual economy. One big point is that it would make solar power plants in space viable. Building them would solve our energy crisis. Therefore war loses one of it´s main drives. A complete free access to energy would nearly make the wars we face now obsolete.
Icybubba (2 years ago)
+Trust Me Im A Jedi I want it to happen :P
naruto5569hokage (3 years ago)
So if someone were to warp drive to another planet outside the solar system and it will only take a matter of weeks to get there when the person comes back to earth would if feel like hes been gone for a long time since he travleled basically light years to another planet like to us it will feel like hes been gone for a very long time but for him it will feel like it was a couple of weeks due to warp drive since hes traveling faster than speed of light idk science confuses me
1st Impressions (3 years ago)
It looks like "Solar Warden" is handing secrets of the TR3-B to NASA, better late than never since the TR3-B has been airborne for decades. I actually thought NASA was to be scraped and "Solar Warden" would just carry on in secret.
Cyb (3 years ago)
you are flying in the skies, there is no even theory exists
Richy Jackson (3 years ago)
nasa tells bullshit wake up people....
Richy Jackson (3 years ago)
why thankyou but to say genius is a bit over the top..say more like i have common sense... not like most sheeple...
nick w (3 years ago)
+Richy Jackson "nasa tells bullshit". That's genius! Why didn't I ever think of that?! You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
BigMTBrain (3 years ago)
LOL... love the end.
William Hostman (3 years ago)
When multiple different testing agencies have found similar thrust regimes, and physics says they can't be getting that result, it's time (again) to revise Physics.
Bruno Desrosiers (3 years ago)
it's not warp drive either
Bruno Desrosiers (3 years ago)
It doesn't break newton's third law of motion, check the interview from the guy that invented Em drive
dave oneil (3 years ago)
Beam me up
thehystericalpancake (3 years ago)
i like his voice
Dylan Drager (3 years ago)
What the hell are we doing, but the mdrive in space already!!!
Jyla Development (3 years ago)
NASA didn't develop this technology - They tested it. Nevertheless I guess they deserve some credit for firing lasers at it and breaking the light barrier; that's not something you see everyday.
Dick Hamilton (3 years ago)
can't you fucking americans actually credit the right people for the idea, or do you just have to steal _everything_?
laderhozin (2 years ago)
And who would we credit for the idea of a warp drive? It's been an idea for decades and no one person deserves more credit than the other. Just like there is no creator of the internet.
Zappy Doggo (3 years ago)
The butthurt is real

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