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NASA engineer invents physics-breaking new space engine | Newshub

Star Trek‘s Montgomery Scott famously said “ye cannot change the laws of physics”, but a real-life space engineer says he might have just done that.

David Burns of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama has unveiled what he’s calling the ‘helical engine’, which could potentially power flights across space without using any fuel at all.

There’s just one small problem – it breaks the laws of physics as we know them.

“I’m comfortable with throwing it out there,” Burns told magazine New Scientist. “If someone says it doesn’t work, I’ll be the first to say it was worth a shot.”

Source: NASA engineer invents physics-breaking new space engine | Newshub

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