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The concept of Emdrive appeared in early 2000. The drive that should violate laws of physics but also the drive that works, at least according to the inventors. There were some controversial test results, so let’s figure out what this drive is, how it’s supposed to work and look at the most recent data. Sources: Roger Shawyer 🤍 Perpetual Motion Machine 🤍 EmDrive 🤍 🤍 Interstellar travel 🤍 Shawyer’s tests 🤍 Paper of chinese scientists 🤍 Eagleworks 🤍 🤍 ttps://arc.aiaa.org/doi/10.2514/1.B36120 Article flaws 🤍 Electromagnetic effects 🤍 Astrium 🤍 Dawn 🤍 Unruh effect 🤍 🤍 2021 test 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Response 🤍 SPR 🤍 🤍 Patents 🤍 🤍
In the last few days a paper from the NASA Eagleworks team experimenting with the EM Drive has cleared peer review and been published. Does this really mean that one day we'll be using this technology to drive spacecraft? Probably not. Follow up with the The Results of The Best EM Drive Test Yet 🤍
For those who believe the air is heating and causing air balloon effect watch the next test in upside down showing contrary. In this test i was able to measure thrust in the Drive. For more details about EmDrive visit my my website : 🤍 The thrust in the resonance it should be much higher.
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The hype of the EM drive has been truly remarkable. The creator claims they it will give us flying cars, cheap access to space, and solve global warming. The come the ground breaking news its passed peer review!!! Then you look at the details. Turns out the peer review paper claims the thrust is something like 100 millionths of a Newton per 100 watts. If that doesnt send alarm bells ringing immediately, it should. To keep a human alive in regular life takes about 100 watts. Just standing up requires a force of 1000 Newtons. Turns out just my breath alone can provide about 100 times the thrust of the EM drive. Indeed the value is so pathetically small, it could easily be an experimental error. Now it turns out the people doing the measurement were at used NASA kit (they had the very sensitive force balance needed). Then comes the next problem. The device... IF the results are real, would rewrite FUNDAMENTAL laws of the universe, like conservation of momentum. So basically, IF a measurement right on the limit of what can be measured is correct, and shows an idea from a crank.... who thinks a non-sensical drive will give cheap access to space (impossible even if it worked as claimed).... was actually right! The mere fact that NASA wants nothing to do with publicising this should tell you how much faith they have that this is actually an epoch making discovery.... and not say for instance just an experimental error on a 'thrust' that can barely be measured. Many thanks to all those who supported this work through Patreon. 🤍
The controversial Emdrive has passed peer review with a panel of experts at NASA, but what does it mean? And how does it work? Support me on Patreon! 🤍 Follow me at all my places! Instagram: 🤍 Snapchat: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LINKS LINKS LINKS Thunderf00t’s anti-emdrive video: 🤍 Scott Manley's excellent breakdown: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 TRANSCRIPT: I’ve been asked by multiple people to talk about the theoretical EM Drive, a spaceship propulsion technology that should be impossible. There was some news about a year ago about some people who built a homemade EM drive that seemed to work, but now, it seems that NASA has taken a look at the papers produced from that experiment and they’ve decided… This is legit. So, most rockets work on the whole, every action produces an equal and opposite reaction thing. But an EM drive works by firing targeted microwaves into a conical structure, also called a frustum, where it bounces back and forth, combining with other waves to build in intensity and create a thrust. But wait… How? The microwaves don’t travel out of the engine. It all remains self-contained, so no matter how much the microwaves intensify, there’s nothing coming out to push it the other way. The thrust is only 1.2 micronewtons per watt, which is very, very small, so small in fact that a passing gust of air could have caused it, so they did it again in a vacuum chamber, remember all of this was just built in their home. We can't say that it works yet, all we can say is it passed peer review, which basically removes it from the list of fringe ideas. And that itself is very cool. Now, there are 4 theories that have been put forth to explain this phenomena, and I'm just going to touch on them here because to put it plainly... I don't understand any of this. The first one is radiation pressure. This one says that the difference in the pressure the radiation is exerting on different areas of the cone causes something called the Lorentz Force to act on charged particles around the chamber, which creates thrust. The next one is vacuum energy A QVT, or quantum vacuum thruster, is a theoretical engine that uses quantum vacuum fluctuations in the zero point field as a very low-density plasma using magnetohydrodynamics. Some also point to pilot wave theories, which is a non-mainstream interpretation of quantum mechanics, as a way to explain the engine pushing off of the quantum vacuum to create thrust. The third is Quantized Inertia. A physics professor named Mike McCulloch created an explanation that he calls quantization of inertia. This relies on a theoretical type of energy predicted by general relativity called Unruh Radiation, which an accelerating object experiences as black body radiation. And at very low acceleration, the wavelength of Unruh Radiation can become so large it can't fit in the observable universe. And so then it becomes quantized. The problem is, this assumes that Unruh Radiation is real, but it's never been proven, and it would also require the speed of light inside the cavity to change, which is also not supposed to happen... But as crazy as this one sounds, it's apparently testable, so there are some experiments in the works on that. And last but not least is photon leakage. And this one... I might actually understand. This relies on wave-particle duality of the photons that as they collide in the chamber, their waveforms engage in destructive interference, which cancels out their electromagnetic energy, but allows the photons to pass through the chamber wall, thus emitting a tiny amount of energy and creating thrust.
EmDrive Inventor Roger Shawyer provides an in-depth review of the highly-publicized EmDrive propulsion technology, which has been featured in Popular Mechanics, Wired, Space.com, National Geographic, NewScientist, Forbes, and other popular media venues. In 2016, Harold White's group at NASA observed a small apparent thrust from one such test, however subsequent studies suggested this was a measurement error caused by thermal gradients. In this presentation, Shawyer defends the experimental test, and says, "The company has successfully tested both an experimental thruster and a demonstrator engine which use patented microwave technology to convert electrical energy directly into thrust." The EmDrive is a concept for a thruster for spacecraft, first written about in 2001. It is purported to generate thrust by reflecting microwaves inside the device, in a way that would violate the law of conservation of momentum and other laws of physics. The concept has been referred to at times as a resonant cavity thruster or as the latest "Impossible Drive". Roger Shawyer is a British Chartered Electrical Engineer with 48 years’ experience in the Space and Defence industries. Roger is the inventor of the EmDrive and for the last 19 years has been director of a small R&D company, Satellite Propulsion Research Ltd (SPR). Roger's extensive career includes work at CAV limited, Sperry Gyroscope, and Marconi Space & Defence Systems and more. Links: 🤍
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Is it possible that Elon Musk and NASA have finally defied the law of physics with their latest development? Perhaps they have because NASA is on the verge of creating a near-light-speed engine that defies physics laws, a concept for an engine that can accelerate to 99 percent the speed of light without using any fuel. That might sound like something out of a science fiction film, but it is not. One of NASA's engineers is working on something similar, and it has the potential to defy physics. What are the plans for these engines? What will it use as fuel if it can't use propellant? Will a human be able to travel in a vehicle with a thruster like this? Is the possibility for fast space travel already here? These are the questions going through most people's minds at the moment. So, in today's video, we'll find out the answers to these questions and more. So ensure that you watch to the end. You don't want to miss out on anything. Kindly subscribe and turn on the notification feature if you haven't already done so. Let's get started, shall we? Humanity has dreamed of crossing the astronomical distances separating us from the ultimate alien destinations for centuries, ever since we realized that every star we see in the night sky is a Sun just like ours, with possibly its solar system, planets, and maybe even life. Even the closest star is more than four light-years away, while NASA's Juno mission achieved the fastest speed a human-built spacecraft has ever traveled at, that is at 74 km/sec (46 mi/sec). Even at that rate, reaching the nearest star would take more than 4,000 years. We have a problem with our human drive to travel everywhere and examine everything in space. This is a significant problem. After all, it is space. It's way too big. Even if we traveled at the fastest possible speed, it would take us years to reach our nearest star. Elon Musk's private spaceflight business SpaceX was founded with the idea of making life multi-planetary. He claims that relocating humans to other worlds, such as Mars, could save humanity in the event of a calamity on Earth, such as a massive asteroid hit. In 2016, Elon Musk said that there would be two paths for history to take. One option is that we stay on Earth indefinitely, with an ultimate extinction event. The alternative is to become a spacefaring civilization, and a multi- planet species, which he hopes we would agree is the right way to go. The SpaceX founder has frequently expressed his desire to develop settlements on Mars. Payments, he says, would require a significant number of people to become self-sustaining. To make this fantasy a reality, a capable automobile is needed. Still, the current limits of our technology and physics laws are the two limiting factors of space travel. Advances in fields such as laser sails, nuclear rather than chemical propulsion, or producing and controlling antimatter or dark matter could provide a game-changing technological breakthrough, and they appear to be close. Another human desire is to find solutions to significant problems. NASA engineer David Burns has been doing precisely that in his spare time. He claims to have built an engine that can accelerate to 99 percent the speed of light without fuel. He has posted it to NASA's Technical Reports Server under the name "Helical Engine," It works on paper by exploiting how mass may change at relativistic speeds, which are close to the speed of light in a vacuum. It hasn't been professionally reviewed yet. This story has created curiosity comparable to that seen in the early days of the EM Drive, which is understandable. Yes, there have been reports that the engine may 'defy physics.' To put things in perspective, the EM Drive was NASA's initial step into the idea of really trying to develop a faster-than-light engine. So, what exactly is the EM Drive? EM Drive is a radio frequency resonant cavity thruster concept first developed in 2001 by Roger Shawyer, a British Chartered Electrical Engineer with 48 years of experience in the Space and Defence industries. Internally reflected microwaves are said to generate thrust, violating the law of conservation of momentum and other fundamental considerations. The device has been dubbed the "Impossible Drive" by the media. Explanations for how the EmDrive might work go beyond what is known about physics. Perhaps it's interacting with the vacuum energy of space- quantum time, even though space-quantum time doesn't allow anything to push off of it. Disclaimer: Our videos are made for entertainment purposes only. Many of our video topics relate to speculation. Many things have not yet been officially presented, but it is only suspected that these could appear at some point. You should therefore do your own research and question the truthfulness of the topics. If you have any questions about copyright or other questions, please write to us at: stienlemane2379🤍gmail.com
A few days ago I was talking about the EMDrive or impossible driver which appears to be defying Newton's 3rd law. Now NASA has officially tested the EMDriver and here are the results. Read More: 🤍 Follow TechTrack: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Follow Malinda: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Reactionless drives are spacecraft engines that produce thrust without any exhaust. Examples include the Dean drive, GIT thrusters, and EM drives. The latest proposal is the Helical Engine, described in a NASA technical report by David Burns. In this video I discuss the fundamental reason why reactionless drives don't work: They violate Noether's theorem which links spatial translation invariance to conservation of momentum. I then analyze the physics behind the helical engine, and identify the error made in the NASA technical report.
Testing EmDrive. For more details visit my website: 🤍 Link 🤍 Power: 800w, Frequency 2,45Ghz RF generator: Magnetron Cooper thikess 0.3mm First test duration 40 seconds. During the test no visible thrust resulted in any direction. Next. Move the magnetron to the smaller side. Change the power and the frequency. Add pcb on the ends.
Martin Tajmar has been running accurate tests on EM Drive and Mach Effect drives as part of his Spacedrive project and after months of testing the team finally published some proper results. And as expected the evidence for the effect disappears, and evidence suggests that interactions with magnetic fields are altogether more likely. 🤍
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🚀SpaceX and NASA news 🔔Subscribe now with all notifications on for more SpaceX news! When it comes to space, there's a problem with our human drive to go all the places and see all the things. A big problem. It's, well, space. It's way too big. Even traveling at the maximum speed the Universe allows, it would take us years to reach our nearest neighboring star. But another human drive is finding solutions to big problems. And that's what a NASA engineer has been doing in his spare time. He's produced an engine concept that he says, could theoretically accelerate to 99 percent of the speed of light - all without using propellant. Today, we are going to talk about the amazing new light-speed engines that SpaceX and NASA have collaborated to create. How will these engines be developed? If it is going to work without propellant, then what will be its fuel? And most importantly, will a human be able to travel in a vehicle with such an engine as its thruster? Well, stick out around till the end as we answer these questions and more as we delve deeper into these new engines that will revolutionize the space industry forever. So, let’s begin the video! Firstly, let’s look at the current status quo. All of SpaceX's rockets use the Raptor 1 engine or the Merlins 1D engine. Raptor 1s use methane and liquid oxygen fuels making it one of the cleanest burning rockets available and, thanks to these high thrust engines, precise throttle, and gimbal ability, SpaceX has pioneered self-landing rockets. While Raptor 1 has been refined over the years, it is now an old design. Its construction is complex, difficult to manufacture, and has a long turnaround between launches. It also has hit a thrust ceiling of 185 tons, meaning it will struggle to reach Musk’s demands for a Mars-bound Starship. This is where the new engines come into play. 📺 Watch the full video for more info! ✅Check Out These Interesting Videos: GROWING SpaceX Mess With HUGE Consequences For the Earth... 🤍 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Elon Musk, SpaceX and NASA News 🔔Subscribe now with all notifications on for more SpaceX news! »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» #ElonMusk #SpaceX #SpacexStarship »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» 💼 Business Inquiries and Contact For business inquiries, copyright matters or other inquiries please contact us at: unlimitedspacex🤍gmail.com »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» ❓ Copyright Questions If you have any copyright questions or issues you can contact us at unlimitedspacex🤍gmail.com
NASA Designs Near Light Speed Engine That Breaks Laws Of Physics ► Subscribe: 🤍 The planet Earth isn’t going to be habitable forever. If the human race is going to survive, one day we’ll have to pack up our things, and move to another planet. It sounds easy, until you realize the vastness of space, and even how big our solar system is. No matter where we’re going in space, we need to travel fast, and not just at the speed of light either. We’re talking about ludicrous speed. But some researchers have designed an impossible engine that violates the laws of physics. And another group of scientists’ are now saying a warp drive is possible. Is NASA really working on this technology, and what does the future hold for space travel? We are on social media: 🤍 🤍 Sources: 🤍
Part I of an explanation of the EmDrive and the Cannae Drive and why they are controversial. Part II is now here: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Our website: 🤍 Tweet us! 🤍AsteronX | 🤍 Facebook! facebook.com/asteronx Email us! info.asteronx [at] gmail [dot] com ................................................................................ Technical Publications: Veritasium video on magnetism: 🤍 MinutePhysics video on magnetism: 🤍 Wikipedia article on Lorentz force: 🤍 A video given by Mr. Shawyer: EmDrive: What is it and how could it change the world? - 🤍 There is a great video by Veritasium called, “Empty Space is NOT Empty” 🤍 Dr. White and his team have published two papers—one of which—the first one, has already passed peer review. 1. Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio Frequency Cavity in Vacuum: 🤍 2. Anomalous Thrust Production from an RF Test Device Measured on a Low-Thrust Torsion Pendulum: 🤍 Dr. Martin Tajmar's paper, entitled, "Direct Thrust Measurements of an EM Drive and Evaluation of Possible Side-Effects" 🤍 The paired photon theory by Patrick Grahn, Arto Annila, and Erkki Kolehmainen, called, "On the exhaust of electromagnetic drive" 🤍 Berca Iulian ~ Website: 🤍 EmDrive test: 🤍 YouTube channel: 🤍 Wiki: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod for his great music. The music used in this video is: "Our Story Begins.mp3" 🤍 YouTube channel: 🤍 Wiki: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Until now, the ability to travel faster than the speed of light has only been seen in Sci-Fi movies. What if we can actually make that a reality! If we ever hope to visit other parts of our galaxy, we'll have to travel at speeds we've never imagined. A possible solution to the problem of traveling at the speed of light or even faster is the "warp drive" popularized by Star Trek, the sci-fi franchise still ongoing. Therefore, if we could find a way to bend or warp spacetime, we would be able to move around the cosmos in the blink of an eye. Although, warp drives have mostly remained the preserve of science fiction. However, a number of new discoveries by a German physicist about the nature of space and time imply that Einstein's purportedly unbreakable speed limit may not be so unbreakable after all. Does that mean it is possible to travel faster than the speed of light by warping spacetime? And in doing so, have we also discovered the key to exploring the universe? Fair Use Disclaimer 1. The videos have no negative impact on the original works. 2. The videos we make are used for educational purposes. 3. The videos are transformative in nature. 4. We use only the audio component and tiny pieces of video footage, only if it's necessary. DISCLAIMER: Our channel is not associated with Elon Musk in ANY way and is purely made for entertainment purposes, based on facts, rumors, and fiction. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.
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Further testing of the EM Drive provides the latest update on the controversial device, but what does this change the future of space travel? *Disclaimer: The researchers of this study want to stress that these are preliminary results and have yet to be confirmed. NASA Just Tested The 'Impossible Drive': Does It Work? - 🤍 Read More: The Science Behind the Impossible EM Drive 🤍 “One of the most controversial stories in science right now is the EM Drive, a hypothetical new type of spacecraft engine that seems to break the laws of physics.” The Latest Test on The 'Impossible' EM Drive Concludes It Doesn't Work 🤍 “This is the story of the little engine that shouldn't – a propulsion system based on a push of electromagnetic radiation that seems to drive forward while contradicting the very physics that explain it.” Team tests feasibility of EmDrive and Mach Effect Thrusters 🤍 “Mach Effect Thrusters have a stronger basis in known science, but are still considered to be an unlikely proposition.” Elements is more than just a science show. It’s your science-loving best friend, tasked with keeping you updated and interested on all the compelling, innovative and groundbreaking science happening all around us. Join our passionate hosts as they help break down and present fascinating science, from quarks to quantum theory and beyond. Seeker explains every aspect of our world through a lens of science, inspiring a new generation of curious minds who want to know how today’s discoveries in science, math, engineering and technology are impacting our lives, and shaping our future. Our stories parse meaning from the noise in a world of rapidly changing information. Visit the Seeker website 🤍 Elements on Facebook 🤍 Subscribe now! 🤍 Seeker on Twitter 🤍 Trace Dominguez on Twitter 🤍 Seeker on Facebook 🤍 Seeker 🤍 Special thanks to Maren Hunsberger for hosting and writing this episode of Seeker! Check Maren out on Twitter: 🤍
AwDrive = Acoustic Wave Drive, The Analog of Electromagnetic Drive How It Works. By Nguyen Anh Kiet, KH Midi Music, 🤍. - 1- See "EmDrive & AwDrive - Air or Water Propulsion Engine" (🤍 for more detail : invention number 1. 2- See "EmDrive & AwDrive - Experiment in Water 29. Good hydrodynamic shape". The principle of operation is the same, however loudspeaker has been replaced by "Water Propulsion Engine" (🤍 more efficient : invention number 2. 3- See "EmDrive & AwDrive - Experiment in Water 27 (12Watt)". The 555 timer IC has been replaced by "Electric Oscillator for Water Propulsion Engine" (🤍 more efficient : invention number 3.
demo of these two pedals head to head shootout!!! here is a second attempt. 🤍
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E o EM-Drive? Hoje que o canal completa 700 mil inscritos trago um clássico que falo desde a criação do Space Today, o EM-Drive. O sonho de consumo de qualquer agência espacial, de qualquer empresa de foguetes, um motor hipotético que gera empuxo, sem precisar do precioso combustível. Só tem um problema, para fazer isso, ele viola leis fundamentais da física, só isso. Para quem não sabe o EM-Drive é algo bem simples, é uma cavidade vazia, perfeitamente simétrica. Ao rebater algum tipo de radiação eletromagnética dentro dessa cavidade, você conseguiria gerar empuxo, apesar de não ter nenhum tipo de combustão e de nada ser expelido pelo motor. O problema é que esse tipo de motor viola o que chamamos de conservação do momento, um dos pilares do universo, da física e de tudo mais. Ou seja, não é possível movimentar um objeto sem exercer nele uma força. Então como o EM-Drive poderia funcionar? Então, na verdade não poderia, mas não custa nada testar. Então com isso na cabeça em 206, o laboratório Eagelworks da NASA resolveu montou um experimento para testar o EM-Drive. E para a surpresa de todos, no relatório de 2016, eles reportaram que o motor havia gerado um mínimo empuxo. Algo que seria revolucionário pois bastaria fazer isso em escala de um foguete e pronto, muitos dos problemas da indústria aeroespacial seriam resolvidos. Os resultados apresentados nunca foram convincentes, pois estatisticamente não tinham grande significado, mas o pessoal de Eagelworks continuava falando que tinham sim gerado um empuxo com o EM-Drive. Mas aqui é ciência companheiro, então sabe o que acontece, a gente pega o mesmo experimento e repete ele, para ver o que acontece. Então uma equipe da Universidade de Dresden resolveu reproduzir todo o experimento de Eagelworks, começando pelo setup que eles montaram. A equipe de Dresden reportou os resultados do experimento em um artigo onde mostrou que o que foi medido na verdade não foi um empuxo, mas sim um efeito térmico. Os pesquisadores de Dresden montaram o experimento de forma igual e depois montaram o experimento melhorado com diferentes pontos de suspensão e com pontos de medidas espalhados por todo o experimento para tentar detectar o tão famoso empuxo. Eles conseguiram então reproduzir tudo igual, mas não o tal empuxo, o que eles notaram é que quando a força flui no EM-Drive o motor esquenta, esquenta também a estrutura e faz com que ela empene. Quando ocorre isso, é possível observar uma movimentação que pode ser confundida com o empuxo gerado pelo motor. Ou seja, não se tem empuxo algum, o que se tem é um aquecimento e uma movimentação da estrutura. Esse experimento feito com todo o rigor possível coloca uma prego no caixão dos sonhos do EM-Drive, será? De acordo com a equipe de Dresden os experimentos anteriores estão refutados com no mínimo 3 ordens de magnitude. Fonte: 🤍
EM drive is a scientific marvel if it becomes a reality. But, Is it possible to build one? and If we build it, what can we use it for? We are speculating about EM Drive and all its technical features in today's video of DiscoverZen. Thanks for watching this video. Subscribe to our channel to see more speculative content and explore your inner curiosity. Enable the notification icon if you want to be notified when we upload our next video. Smash the Like button if you love this type of content. Comment your thoughts below and also, mention your video topic ideas, and the most liked comment ideas will be picked for our future videos. Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Credits: Video Script, Research, and Marketing by K.P.Sajith and Sarthak Kumar Video Production by Rahul B, James, and Maria Voiceover by Voice actress Sarante Resources: 🤍 🤍 🤍
Последние несколько лет в СМИ то и дело появляется информация о некоем двигателе EmDrive, который журналисты окрестили "невозможным". Что же представляет собой EmDrive и действительно ли он способен в нарушение известных нам законов физики открыть перед человечеством поистине безграничные возможности путешествий по просторам космоса? 🤍 - авторский блог 🤍 - паблик "ВКонтакте" 🤍 - группа в Telegram Если вы хотите поддержать автора, вы можете: Оформить платную подписку на Youtube - нажать кнопку "Спонсировать" под видео или перейти по ссылке - 🤍 Оформить платную подписку на Patreon - 🤍 ЮMoney: 41001232551618 Прямая ссылка - 🤍 Интернет-магазины, в которых можно купить мою книгу "Посмертные приключения. Что может случиться с вашим телом после смерти?": Эксмо - 🤍 Лабиринт - 🤍 Book24 - 🤍 🤍 ЛитРес - 🤍 OZ.by - 🤍 Читай Город - 🤍 OZON - 🤍 Лицензия Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 на использование трека Halls of the Undead (исполнитель: Kevin MacLeod): 🤍 Источник: 🤍 Исполнитель: 🤍
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Kann der EmDrive der NASA Treibstoff überflüssig machen? Ein nur mit Sonnenlicht betriebener Antrieb wäre eine Sensation, die eine Revolution in der Raumfahrt möglich macht! Man könnte das Leben auf dem Mars erleichtern und die Distanz im Weltraum wäre durch dieses Antriebssystem eine weitaus geringere Herausforderung! Wie Funktioniert die Technology hinter dem EMDrive und was ist der Forschungsstand? Skript: Christine Kirchhoff Schnitt: Christian Beller 🤍 Quelle: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Clixoom Science & Fiction: Das sind spannende News aus der Wissenschaft über revolutionäre Forschungsergebnisse, spannende Studien und spektakuläre Eindeckungen. Du willst uns unterstützen? Dann erstell dir über unseren Link einen Probeaccount bei Audible und sicher dir ein kostenloses Hörbuch als Willkommensgeschenk: 🤍 Wir verwenden sogenannte "Affiliate-Links". Wenn ihr über diese Links ein Produkt kauft, werden wir mit einer Provision beteiligt. Für euch entstehen dabei natürlich keine Mehrkosten! Produktion: United Creators PMB GmbH, Sanderstrasse 29-30, 12047 Belirn Impressum: 🤍 Unser Equipment: 🤍 Panasonic LUMIX G DMC-GX8EG-K 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G X Vario Standardzoom 12-35mm F2,8 🤍 Panasonic H-X015E LEICA DG SUMMILUX 15 mm F1.7 🤍 Samyang 7.5mm F3.5 UMC Fisheye
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En 1999, el ingeniero británico Roger Shawyer diseñó un motor imposible entre la ficción y la ciencia, llamado “propulsor de cavidad resonante RF” o, conocido normalmente en inglés como, “Electromagnetic Drive Redes Sociales: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Ayudame con unos subtitulos: 🤍 Fuentes que hicieron posible este video: ¿Qué es el Em drive? 🤍 Teoría del em drive 🤍 El magnetrón 🤍 Efecto unruh: 🤍 La polémica del em drive: 🤍 motor-que-viola-las-leyes-de-la-fisica-o-un-bluff-interplanetario Cannae: aclarando la misión 🤍 Una nueva teoría: 🤍 Cavidad resonante: 🤍 The EmDrive presented by Roger Shawyer: 🤍 ¿Is the EM Drive the future of space travel?: 🤍 NASA's EmDrive engine to be tested in space: 🤍 How The 'Impossible Drive' Could Break Newton's Third Law 🤍
Hey guitarists, check out the Emerson Custom EM-Drive overdrive pedal! Emerson Custom calls this a transparent overdrive, and I have to agree. In this video I'll explore different the pedal's volume and gain settings, and show you how responsive it is to my guitar's volume control. If you already love the sound of your amplifier, and just want to add some extra harmonic richness without fundamentally altering your tone, this is a great option. Thanks for watching - click the link below for even more info! Don Carr Get the Emerson Custom EM-Drive pedal here: 🤍
🤍 A lot of companies claim 'transparency' in their overdrives. This basically means that the guitar's tonal fundamentals remain intact when you hit the pedal, unlike many Tube Screamer variants (for instance) which are actually meant to adulterate your guitar's tone. Not so the EM-Drive: it just adds some grit and liveliness to the tone. The EM-Drive can be used as a pretty amazing boost or it will do the gain thing and push your amp into overdrive. Nice work, Mr Ingram! The guitars you see here are 1. Redhouse S-Style (which I'd set the action a low on, hence some buzzing - my apologies) and 2. Larry Corsa modded Les Paul Standard Faded (Google LCPG-187). Links: 🤍 🤍
Chinese physicist Dr Chen Yue, working at the Chinese Academy of Space Technology (CAST), talks about his research on RF resonant cavity thrusters, soon to be tested in a satellite. If this controversial technology, similar in principle to the EmDrive invented by British engineer Roger Shawyer, is proven to work in space, this is the beginning of a new era of propellantless propulsion.