Mach Effect Propulsion progress

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Mach Effect Propulsion progress

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Most recently, Dr. Woodward has run a new experiment with existing equipment, having vibration suppression equipment removed from the apparatus, to demonstrate that Dean Drive effects are NOT involved in the observed thrust his devices produce. This shuts the door on one of the big criticisms made by skeptics about the technology.

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IntLibber wrote:Most recently, Dr. Woodward has run a new experiment with existing equipment, having vibration suppression equipment removed from the apparatus, to demonstrate that Dean Drive effects are NOT involved in the observed thrust his devices produce. This shuts the door on one of the big criticisms made by skeptics about the technology.
Cite or link?
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djolds1 wrote:
IntLibber wrote:Most recently, Dr. Woodward has run a new experiment with existing equipment, having vibration suppression equipment removed from the apparatus, to demonstrate that Dean Drive effects are NOT involved in the observed thrust his devices produce. This shuts the door on one of the big criticisms made by skeptics about the technology.
Cite or link?
That will be forthcoming in his book.

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Post by GeeGee »

He also recently (last update) ruled out any kind of thermal effects, such as those claimed by ORNL years ago.

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GeeGee wrote:He also recently (last update) ruled out any kind of thermal effects, such as those claimed by ORNL years ago.
Where are these updates issued? I'd like to join.
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djolds1 wrote: Where are these updates issued? I'd like to join.
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if we need to join the mailing list, why have the thread here? In fact, why have this new thread here, when there was already a thread here in the General section and there is another, more visited thread, in the News section?

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AcesHigh wrote:if we need to join the mailing list, why have the thread here? In fact, why have this new thread here, when there was already a thread here in the General section and there is another, more visited thread, in the News section?
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AcesHigh wrote:if we need to join the mailing list, why have the thread here? In fact, why have this new thread here, when there was already a thread here in the General section and there is another, more visited thread, in the News section?
I created the new thread cause I *COULDNT FIND* the old one...

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The Search feature on this blog seems dysfunctional at times. Maybe I just don't understand how it really works.

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DeltaV wrote:The Search feature on this blog seems dysfunctional at times. Maybe I just don't understand how it really works.
It's not you.
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DeltaV wrote:The Search feature on this blog seems dysfunctional at times. Maybe I just don't understand how it really works.

I have had good success with it. You do have to manually select "posts" rather than "topics" for good results. It also helps to think of an uncommon word that might be in the particular post you are looking for.
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I tend to find it simpler to use Google to find the post I'm looking for.
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The search does not pick up on some words. It's not fully functional.
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I concur. Sometimes words known to be in a post just don't get found. Not a "topic" vs. "post" issue.

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