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Action without Reaction

Post by LoneBear » Sun Apr 03, 2011 7:22 pm

Goldenshield forwarded me a link to a device that can produce "action" without "reaction," in violation of Newton's laws of motion. It is demonstrated in a series of videos (real or fake... don't know) showing a solid-state box--just smooth, exterior surfaces, that moves around by remote control in any direction. The interesting bit is that the box was placed on a glass surface that was supported by ping-pong balls, so you could detect any motion of the glass from "reaction" when the box moved. None, however. The box would just slide around the glass, and the supporting balls would stay virtually motionless. If it were based in friction, the glass would move in the opposite direction of the box.

Here is the link: Propulsion Box Demonstrated

No presentation of what is inside the box, as usual.

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