The problems being discussed here lie in the very roots of physics, normally learnt in grade school. Sorry to tell you this, but to solve them you do need to re-examine the most basic of assumptions that you have learned back them. Most here seem to be "above' re-examining the assumptions and amazingly, the implications for those assumptions for what it is that they are proposing. You can't just redefine what 'mass' and 'momentum' are without revisiting all the logical framework we use (every day) that stems from those definitions to check for consistency. This is a road to madness, not science.As I said upthread: your knowledge seems to be stuck in grade school understanding of physics - or to be more charitable engineering physics.
While it may make you feel knowledgeable and superior to cast haughty aspersions on the levels of knowledge of others you should at least get your facts straight. I thought better of you, once. Please stop putting words in my mouth, it is a trait of devious lawyers, only one step above slander. And since you haven't protested I'll take it that, as moderator, you approve of me being called a "pretentious prick" along with all the other nastiness that has spewed from betruger.
Well, I think there is nothing left to say on this thread, as this has descended into a circle of friends clapping each other on the back with big-sounding, albeit hollow, concepts thrown about casually. Every so often someone says ain't those experiments great ... and they are absolved for the rampant speculation and so can keep kidding yourselves some of your crazier theories are at least being tested so you can keep yapping on insanely in a bubble of ignorance and fantasy.
I note 'tom clarke' the rampant global warming alarmist is right up there with the Mach-Effect circle of 'investigators'. The concept is in fine company. Running out detractors with character assassination and shouting down logical arguments against before examination.
Write it all up when you have something, equations, proofs from first principles and of course, experimental verification.
I'll read it and see how it checks out with the other people in the real world, you know, the ones that know what the heck they are talking about, and get paid good money to do good work.