How do I make one of these at home. No, I'm not mentally handicapped. I'm simply bored.
Get a real long extension cord, cut off the far end and join the two wires together, then plug it into the wall.
Then you will have a device that wastes electricity, generates heat, and which I now allege produces a force you cant possibly measure anyhow thru a mechanism that is in violation with all known physics. But trust me, it does. Physics is just wrong.
You are welcome, OP.
>it keeps passing the tests
right and that's all it's ever going to do is keep passing "tests."
by the year 2020 it's still going to be passing tests for some reason and still not be used at space at all.
>building a machine that is completely useless in atmosphere, meaning you won't even be able to detect if it's working correctly
you must be *really* bored. just build a sterling engine or something, at least you'll see results.
Im the guy you are responding to.
At this point, they need to start thinking real hard not just about sources of noise (that was their first step), but also for alternative reasons that fit within known physics that could explain the thrust.
Somebody here mentioned ablation of high speed copper ions from the resonance chamber. That's actually a very plausible idea.
If after rigorously testing of plausible theories, this thing is still drawing power, then it is time to start being serious about there being a flaw in the Standard Model. By that time, somebody has come up with a decent concept that can explain why and fits to the existing framework.
See... there is a reason science works the way it does, it has been built up over decades and decades of rigorous, controlled study. Theory didnt just come out of the crack of your mother's ass. You don't want to stand on the shoulders of giants, fine, but don't bitch when you can't see the show and don't understand what is going on.