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Robert King
Field Service Supervisor, Master Mason, Knight's Templar, U.S. Air Force SSgt once removed.
Field Service Supervisor, Master Mason, Knight's Templar, U.S. Air Force SSgt once removed.
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I hate people. Not all people, just people in general. About half of us have souls, the others are wandering corpses...too self absorbed and narcissistic to give a rats ass about anyone else. It is abundantly clear that the latter have decided that everyone else is subordinate to their selfish desires and go out of their way to make themselves appear as their true selves... rude, inconsiderate, classless, sorry excuses for human beings.

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There is no solution. It would be arrogant to think man could affect such a thing.
What are your solutions to climate change? 

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Brilliant! Simply Brilliant!

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Check out this video on YouTube:

Ate at Texas Land & Cattle tonight... Because we'd never been there. Boy, that was a mistake. Where's Robert Irvine when you need him?!

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Its about time...
+NASA really does have plans for faster than light travel. Why isn't this effort getting any PRESS or mainstream visibility? +Good Morning America +Richard Branson +Elon Musk +SpaceX Is it finally time for a new global cause? To boldly go where no man has gone before.... +Star Trek

Others in this field have already implied that this research could have smaller applicability for propulsion in everyday life... However, given the controversial nature of this topic and the incredibly small amount of funding to support this area of research, it is not surprising.

Here is some additional background on the work that Dr. Harold White and others are up to: http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20110015936.pdf

Other prominent researchers in this field include Dr. Jose Natario and a link to primary research by him is as follows: http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0110086

Also, if you want to get a brief overview of the math behind this interesting phenomenon, it can be found at the following link: http://www.math.ist.utl.pt/~jnatar/talks/seminario.pdf
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