There are 3 people capable of breaking the laws of physics:
- Santa Claus
- The Great Pumpkin
- Jason Statham
Guido Fetta is none of those three people. However for some reason he thinks he can violate the laws of physics with his new device called “The Q-Drive”.
Let me sum it up for you: Mr. Fetta believes he has created a closed, unbalanced system. IF this were true, this would be the breakthrough of the millennium. Space travel would be revolutionized overnight. Energy would become cheap and plentiful. Unicorns would fly on rainbow wings.
On the other hand, every law of physics would need to be fundamentally reexamined and reevaluated. Both conservation of energy and momentum would have to be modified.
There’s only one small problem: Mr. Fetta has no evidence that his Q-Drive actually works. His website is slick looking and he has a lot of long equations and even claims to have run an experiment or two. He does not however have any type of documentation showing his system setup or verifying his results. Even he states that the results he got weren’t congruent with his math; that should be a big warning. Without detailed information of his experiments, there is no possible way for anyone to recreate what he claims to have done.
Most of his claims amount to a bunch of hand waving and asking you to trust him. Let’s be honest, I do some hand waving myself, but I’m not trying to sell you anything. . . And I don’t claim to be above the laws of physics like Jason Statham. Showing a few graphs being generated is not proof. Fancy websites are not proof. The fact that the website is still under construction and references to any kind of document library or appendix are broken should be a strong warning of snake oil.
But hey, what do I know? We’ve had to revise our understanding of physics before. In the mid-1800’s scientists considered the field of physics to be pretty much done in terms of understanding, whose to say it can’t happen again?
Heck, maybe Santa’s sleigh has a Q-Drive under the hood?