User talk:Danwoodard

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EmDrive[edit]

Much thanks for looking into the EmDrive article. I noticed that on Talk:EmDrive you entered your comments into the first section "Analysis", which is an old thread that no one has added to for a long time. More people will notice your contribution if you move your text to a new section, or perhaps into "Theory" near the bottom of the talk page. Also, the distinction you made between group velocity and phase velocity was brought up by me (see further down the page). I was shouted down with waveguide mathematics, so I didn't pursue it. You might be able to make a better rebuttal there -- Talk:EmDrive#Group_velocity. Spiel496 (talk) 00:33, 10 September 2014 (UTC)

Hi can you help me up[edit]

Hi my edits are been reverted on the article EmDrive can you help me settle this on the talk page: Talk:EmDrive#I.27m_been_reverted_by_the_user_GliderMaven

My edits regarding about the potential of the EmDrive. Thanks. Quantanew (talk) 23:04, 3 May 2015 (UTC)

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