The NASA engineers alsoreported on the forums that they’d fired lasers into the EM Drive’s resonance chamber and that some of the laser beams had travelled faster than the speed of light, at around 300,000 kilometers per second… suggesting that the EM Drive may have produced a warp bubble like the kind that allows travel faster than the speed of light in Star Trek.
In reality, a spacecraft travelling at warp speed doesn’t actually move faster than the speed of light, but it creates a bubble that warps spacetime around it so it has less distance to travel. NASA has already created designs of what this kind of ship might look like (spoiler: awesome). The presence of this kind of warp bubble is something that the engineers at Eaglework are going to investigate with an interferometer.
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From Reader Supported News
he decision to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill is long overdue. So is the movement to remove the name of Lord Jeffery Amherst from that college town in western Massachusetts.
Let’s start with Jackson, our most racist major president next to Woodrow Wilson.
Jackson was our first president from west of the Alleghenies, and the first to not wear the powdered wigs favored by Virginia plantation owners.
Andy’s parents were Irish immigrants who died early. He had a brutally impoverished childhood. One of his fourteen duels left a bullet permanently lodged near his heart. (Teddy Roosevelt also had one of those.) Read more
Stay tuned, yes, politics enter the narrative here. Title based on an old Kingston Trio song. See end of column for youtube.
Suffering once again from my usual can’t sleep old man-itis, complicated by recent surgery to relieve collapsed spinal cord located about an inch below my brain, at 1:30am Central I started with my usual fare: Family Guy leading up to Robot Chicken. Back to bed.
by Ken Carman
Dang it. Still can’t sleep.
So up and flipping between Rachel Maddow, who I rarely get to watch and yet another show with zombie-like villains. Back to bed…
%$#@! Another Inspection column seeps into my wide awake cortex. Best solution: get up and write. Read more