Re: How to fix your Mars mission in 2 easy steps
>Throw away the ascientific EmDrive, then we will talk.
How is it not scientific? They observe results that they can't explain, so it is tested by other teams, and then tested again but less room for error. By following this path, eventually either the physicists will have learnt something new, or the engineers will discover what they have overlooked in the experiments (i.e an explanation for the observations that doesn't give the physicists such a headache).
There is still room for error, but less since the most recent tests in a hard vacuum.
I'm not saying that it works, but we don't yet know that it doesn't work.