The long awaited peer reviewed em-drive paper is finally out . So what does this prove, that the gizmo works?
Nope. It proves absolutely nothing. Well, the peer reviewers have passed the paper so it is not absolute crapola then, I guess.
No, wait a minute. They speculate that the phenomenon could be explained by some variation of hidden variable quantum mechanics theory.
Quote from the paper:
Before providing some qualitative thoughts on the proposed physicspotentially at work in the tapered RF test articles, it will be useful toprovide a brief background on the supporting physics lines of thought.In short, the supporting physics model used to derive a force based onoperating conditions in the test article can be categorized as a nonlocalhidden-variable theory, or pilot-wave theory for short.
Now, that’s absolute bollocks, which is obvious to anyone even remotely familiar with quantum mechanics. That chapter in the paper is completely naive and hand-wavy in it’s content.
Think about the proposition:
- The original theory presented by the inventor is absolute crap and has nothing to do with physical reality
- Couple of fringe engineers at NASA Eagleworks has managed to get they study peer reviewed
- The results are indistinguishable from the error margin
- The authors of the paper keep speculating with exotic physical theories. Again
- A gadget, if it works, defies the most fundamental laws of physics and is essentially an overunity device of the first kind, which can be easily proven using only high school physics
I am still calling bullshit the on space bucket and make a prediction: No exotics physics is needed to explain what is going on with the EM-Drive.
 Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio-Frequency Cavity in Vacuum