THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE "SEKTET" REACTIONLESS DRIVE
As many in the science community know, the long sought-after reactionless drive has often been deemed 'impossible,' as it apparently breaks the laws of physics.
Please look below to see how those laws are in fact not broken; how that has to do with an overlooked force called the Abraham-Lorentz or Radiative force ( or 'fRad'). As well a brief comparison with other existing research attempts at this engine, with an exploration into how the difficult-to-pinpoint NASA EM Drive may be working.
What Ed has done is simply look at an existing law of physics from a very different perspective. He has applied a fairly elementary force, the Abraham-Lorentz force, to the concept of gravitational pull which is directly related to electromagnetism.
Tara researched the idea of the core and how to maximize the magnetic permeability for it, and helped making small improvements on experiments. After many months of experimentation, a few iterations, and of math! A working prototype now exists, that produces a thrust clearly visible to the naked eye.
Why is this a big deal if it still moves so little?
Because the most advanced, avant-garde existing research, NASA's EM 'Impossible' engine, produces at maximum, a thrust so small it is difficult to discern if it is moving at all, and cannot be seen just by looking at it. Nasa has an entire team of scientist to help measure and determine if it is moving at all, and just how much, in the order of nanonewtons.
The 'Sektet' Engine currently has a consistent unrepeatable maximum thrust of about 8 Newtons, and on a fraction of the power and voltage used. Below is a brief technical overview of the engine: