Harold’s White talk starts at 22 minutes of this video.
If you look at the video, be prepared it is low quality video and low quality audio.
At 39 minutes there is discussion of the warp field interferometer test experiments
At 55 minutes there is discussion of the Emdrive and Cannae drive experiments. First is discussion of the torsion pendulum which is already used for ion drive tests.
At 58 minutes the main discussion of the Cannae drive experiments.
He thinks there might be some Q thruster physics going on in part of the device.
At 1:07 or so there is brief summary of China’s northwest university’s work at higher power levels. His talk is done by about 1:12.
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