Is A NASA Lab About To Crack Interstellar Travel?
A post on a popular spaceflight website suggests NASA scientists have found evidence for two propulsion theories at the fringe of scientific thought.By Steven Sparkman | May 1, 2015
NASA has a well-deserved reputation for making the unthinkable a reality. So what are we to make of it when a handful of NASA scientists quietly leak the news that they've defied the laws of physics?
A recent post on NASASpaceFlight.com summarized a discussion that's been happening among physicists on the site's forums. The site isn't affiliated with NASA, but NASA scientists have been participating.
The news from the forums is that a team of those NASA scientists, working at the Eagleworks lab at NASA's Johnson Space Center, has found new evidence for two incredible ways of traveling through space. Either one of them could let humans explore the rest of the galaxy, and both are at the absolute fringe of scientific thought.