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Is this a reactioness drive?


Dear colleagues,

Please have a look at the three links below. 

The first link contains the text, and the second link contains the related Figs.1-6. The two links form one united whole.
The third link is a very important addition to the first link and to the second link. 
Besides the concept is published in http://www.scienceforums.com/topic/36123-is-this-a-reactionless-drive/ and the related post of 05 September 2019, 10:55 AM.
Is this a reactionless drive? As if there isn't any contradiction at all?

Looking forward to your answer.



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