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18 September 2021 07:59

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Asked by: Nate
Subject: Wake up!
Question: Gentlemen,

F.Y.I.
Amazon has a new book titled:
"Why does Classical Mechanics forbid inertial propulsion devices when they evidently do exist?"

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08282CH2T?tag=uuid10-20

It's nice to see someone with strong academic credentials who's on our side.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dennis_Allen_Jr

Date: 17 August 2020
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Answer: Harry K. - 24/08/2020 08:43:33
 Thank you for sharing this interesting link! Did you already read it?
Here is a link to read this book for free:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dennis_Allen_Jr/publication/333856195_WHY_DOES_CLASSICAL_MECHANICS_FORBID_INERTIAL_PROPULSION_DEVICES_WHEN_THEY_EVIDENTLY_DO_EXIST_A_MAJOR_REVISION_OF_THE_AUTHOR%27S_POINT_OF_VIEW_BASED_UPON_PROF_WALTER_NOLL%27S_OBSERVATIONS_PRIOR_TO_HIS_AXIO/links/5da8832a92851caa1babdcdc/WHY-DOES-CLASSICAL-MECHANICS-FORBID-INERTIAL-PROPULSION-DEVICES-WHEN-THEY-EVIDENTLY-DO-EXIST-A-MAJOR-REVISION-OF-THE-AUTHORS-POINT-OF-VIEW-BASED-UPON-PROF-WALTER-NOLLS-OBSERVATIONS-PRIOR-TO-HIS-AXIOMA.pdf?origin=publication_detail

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Answer: Nate - 01/09/2020 00:29:40
 MY BAD!

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