I was looking on YT for visualizations of pilot wave dynamics which might help 
explain the EM drive specifically. That may be too much to ask for.

Often this type of wave interaction experiment is done on silicon oil – using 
water beads which display QM characteristics when audio waves are applied. From 
that point on, it requires imagination.


About 2 minutes into this next one, the effect of dual waves is demonstrated. A 
huge jump in motional effects is seen. 


That could point the way to an easy improvement of the EM drive – multiple 

By the way DTMF stands for Dual Tone – Multi Frequency. It is the basis for 
your touch-tone® telephone so it may seem low tech at first. 

It is far from low tech. Too bad ATT did not dig deeper.

 It looks to me like the EM drive would benefit from DTMF.

From: Sean True 

In lieu of the paywalled article, this earlier preprint may be illuminating: 

Bob Higgins wrote:
Pilot wave theory posits that particle positions can be known and there is no 
wave-particle duality.  Instead, a "pilot wave" guides the particles through 
the slits and standing waves in the "medium" are what produces apparent 
wave-like behavior of particle motion.  Pilot wave theory itself does not 
hypothesize what the "medium" comprises that is able to propagate the guiding 
wave.  I think Pilot Wave Theory fits perfectly with Hotson's EPO ether.

Continued investigation of the EM-drive may be the crack in physics that 
finally shows that conventional quantum mechanics is an arcane, obsolete, and 
incomplete formulation of the physics of small matter.  Just because quantum 
mechanics mostly works, doesn't mean it is a good formulation of the problem.   

Jack Cole wrote:
This Overlooked Theory Could Be The Missing Piece That Explains How The EM 
Drive Works

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