Too bad CafePress didn't feel like publishing this letter to those people to let them know how lame their candidate is. But in the end, they'd want those products to stay up so that CafePress can continue to profit from sales of those products.
That is NOT how the EM Drive supposedly works. It's a closed system. The microwaves are not ejected out of the back, they remain in the chamber. If it works, it appears to somehow violates the conservation of momentum. Conservation of momentum: http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/airplane/conmo.html
But unfortunately it seems that the data and methods from the German lab are shaky.
One of my all time favorite albums was the first 100% sample based album released on a label (as far as people know). DJ Shadow - "Endtroducing" Do yourself a favor and check it out! Though I believe he has had to change a few samples because of lawsuits.
DJ Shadow - Endtroducing on YT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpCVdBe5uJo
You'd think they could set up the contest to walk the winner through that portion of the industry and get their music copyrighted, cross the Ts/dot the Is and pay them a fair amount for their work.
What I find so sad about this is how many hardcore right wingers just say stuff like, "Oh now we have a double standard since they used the IRS to spy on conservatives!"
They'd rather pull some petty tit-for-tat BS than support the idea of actually fixing the damn problem.
I don't know why the terrorists bother messing with us, between staunch partisanship, widespread spying, the attack on science & education, financial fuckery, and the only terror plots we bust up are FBI sideshows; are really doing a much better job at wrecking things on our own soil than they are.
It would be pretty entertaining if he decides to sue the court and Judge Vitaliano.