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Author Topic: EMdrive Mr Shawayer ( long chmber version Poland 2012 -2014)  (Read 1330 times)
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Few days ago NASA confirmed that new engine is giving force

http://gravitymodification.com/nasa-tests-emdrive-propellantless-propulsion/


I solved above secret  very easy  !!!


Joul / meter^3 = Newton*meter / meter^3 = Newton / meter^2 ( we have PASCALS !!! )




http://youtu.be/cSsTWRt0VBA


Thank You for help me prepare  animations  very important implications :

http://www.spacetimeandtheuniverse.com/space-time-universe/7758-gallileo-fall-law-star-mass-compare-planet-mass.html


Thank You for support one day I will  help You
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Maciej Marian Marosz
Poland (walbrzych )

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