NASA Designs Near Light Speed Engine That Breaks Laws Of Physics

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NASA Designs Near Light Speed Engine That Breaks Laws Of Physics
by Admin on March 17, 2022 in Nasa
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Explanations for how the EmDrive could function go beyond the limits of known physics. Perhaps it’s interacting with space-quantum time’s vacuum energy, despite the fact that space-quantum time’s vacuum energy doesn’t enable anything to push off of it.

There is no official design for this device, and neither of the persons who claim to have developed it has committed to explaining how it may function as a thruster or what elements constitute it, making it impossible to determine whether a particular object is an example of such a device

“All inertial propulsion systems – to my knowledge – never worked in a friction-free environment,” one of them says.

As you can see, the science is still rather spotty.

This is probably where we tell you that your skepticism is rather justified but don’t let it fool you. With the rate at which aerospace technology is advancing, we shouldn’t be surprised if a faster than light capable engine does appear in the future. When that happens though, all of our science fiction fantasies will be on a definite fast-track to becoming science fact.

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MAY 9, 2022
The standard model of particle physics may be broken, expert says
by Roger Jones,
As a physicist working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at Cern, one of the most frequent questions
I am asked is "When are you going to find something?" Resisting the temptation to sarcastically reply
"Aside from the Higgs boson, which won the Nobel Prize, and a whole slew of new composite particles?"
I realize that the reason the question is posed so often is down to how we have portrayed progress in particle physics to the wider world.

The discovery of new LHC particles requires high energies and pure vacuum.
The higher the energy and the cleaner the vacuum, the more opportunities to find new particles.
Without vacuum, the LHC is a useless toy. Problem. The LHC Vacuum is a small copy of the Cosmic Vacuum,
which is filled with an infinite number of different quantum particles.
Therefore, the search for new particles is an endless process, and therefore the work of the LHC is Sisyphean.
 

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Particle Physics: 6 quarks + 6 antiquarks + Higgs boson + tetraquarks + pentaquarks + leptoquarks +
+ muons + tau + new axions + another zoo of quantum particles. No doubt, a more powerful LHC
would make it possible to find new particles.
What for?
Einstein once said: "Why do we study some many particles?
Understand really what is an electron would be enough."
Eddington once said: To a request to explain what an electron really is
supposed to be we can only answer, “It is part of the A B C of physics”.
"We know the electron by what it does, not by what it is."
So maybe it's better to understand what an electron is first, and then all other quantum particles
 

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