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Improbable Thruster Seems to Work by Violating Known Laws of Physics

Fetta, an independent inventor with a background in chemical engineering, explains that the drive is a “superconducting resonating cavity.” According to him, the cavity is designed with little wells along the bottom edge to trap electrons, so that when electromagnetic waves bounce around inside the cavity, more electrons push up on the top surface of the cavity than push down on the bottom. This imbalance, Fetta says, creates upward thrust.

As with so many subtle breakthroughs, you have to wonder, “Is this big?”
This seems like it might be.

Improbable Thruster Seems to Work by Violating Known Laws of Physics

Fetta, an independent inventor with a background in chemical engineering, explains that the drive is a “superconducting resonating cavity.” According to him, the cavity is designed with little wells along the bottom edge to trap electrons, so that when electromagnetic waves bounce around inside the cavity, more electrons push up on the top surface of the cavity than push down on the bottom. This imbalance, Fetta says, creates upward thrust.

As with so many subtle breakthroughs, you have to wonder, “Is this big?”

This seems like it might be.

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WHAT IS BEST IN LIFE

WHAT IS BEST IN LIFE

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crazydumbsaint:

surisburnbook:

Brian Williams reported on his daughter Allison’s new job in NBC’s live-action likely Christmas-ruiner, Peter Pan. We’ve still got a couple more months before we can appreciate the embarrassment that Peter Pan will almost certainly be, so for now let’s just enjoy the cuteness of this moment.

Could Brian Williams be any more adorable?

Family members confirm. The consummate journalist.

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They burned the bridge, then ask why I don’t visit.
— Ugo Eze. (via nedhepburn)

(Source: ayougo, via nedhepburn)

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wnyc:

Meet Toes, the many-digited rescue kitten of Vancouver.
via

Cat, why do you have so many toes?

wnyc:

Meet Toes, the many-digited rescue kitten of Vancouver.

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Cat, why do you have so many toes?

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C-L-I-N-T

C-L-I-N-T

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In the early 400s B.C., the philosopher Socrates had a vital insight (a big bit of news) into what is needed for a good life. He argued that the first responsibility each person has towards themselves is to ‘know themselves.’ Every human needs to spend a good deal of their life getting to understand their motives, their prejudices, their ambitions and their frailties. We need to understand what we are really trying to do with our careers or why we so often get into in bitter rows with our partners or why every relationship we’ve been in fails or why we haven’t spoken to one of our cousins for six years, or why we get so anxious every Sunday evening. At the root of such mysteries is the fact that we don’t have full insight into our own motives and desires. Socrates’s momentous discovery is the amazing extent of our ignorance about ourselves.
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