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Did Nasa Mistakenly Create A Warp Field?

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... and no peer reviewed journal.

 

I wonder if Newton was ever peer reviewed :)

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I wonder if Newton was ever peer reviewed :)

 

Philosophical Transactions is now the oldest scientific journal in continuous publication. :neener:

 

Phil. Trans. 1 January 1671 vol. 6 no. 69-80 3075-3087

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@Flashermac ..... to get a better impression of the actual game:

 

Scott Manley has been making video's ever since the game was in open Alpha.

 

Kerbal Space Program is not supposed to have ships etc. But the community modded it in having all kinds of unintended effects. Here Scott Manley tries to land the SpaceX Falcon 1st stage on a barge. He uses mods extensively so you wont get this with the standard game.

 

 

A standard game tutorial showing the challenges of simply launching a rocket. Trying to keep your kerbals alive can be challenging. I massacred about 6 once in a wrong gravity turn :p. There are mods that will actually do the flying for you. But that is no fun :p

 

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http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=20140006052

 

From the abstract, this shows something is amiss. The null test is also showing thrust!

 

Thrust was observed on both test

articles, even though one of the test articles was designed with the expectation that it would not produce

thrust. Specifically, one test article contained internal physical modifications that were designed to produce

thrust, while the other did not (with the latter being referred to as the “null†test article).

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