LINK: independent expert confirms that the “impossible” EM drive actually works

In a step forward for space exploration, Roger Shawyer’s controversial EM drive that defies current physics laws is confirmed to actually work. It is proposed it could propel us to Mars in less than 3 months without using rocket fuel. Original article here: http://www.sciencealert.com/independent-scientists-confirm-that-the-impossible-em-drive-produces-thrust Scientists have been relying on hard rhetoric to disprove the drive so this comes as some vindication for people who dislike scientists who try to disprove theories on the basis of “He’s an asshole and I don’t like him.” John Costella, an Australian physicist wrote in response to the Chinese testing his engine previously that  “His analysis is rubbish and his ‘drive’ impossible.”

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