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Alternative Reflections on EmDrives and Newton's Third Law, the Conservation of Momentum

Authors: Johann Albers

The EmDrive (Electromagnetic Drive) is assumed to be able to produce propulsive mechanical forces from electrical power, without the need of propellant material. On the basis of classical theories of gravitation, this idea, however, violates heavily a well-established physical law, the conservation of momentum. On the basis of the "Alternative Reflections on Gravitation" (ARG), however, such a drive is not only seen as possible without the violation of Newton's third law. It even lets expect enormous improvements for interplanetary and even interstellar flight projects.

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