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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Recently there has been much discussion about an EM rocket engine China has built which

clams to give propulsion without ejecting mass, violating Newtons conservation of momentum.

Does Einsteins General relativity equations require conservation of momentum?

Does this claim violate General or special relativity also?

Thanks

Duordi

clams to give propulsion without ejecting mass, violating Newtons conservation of momentum.

Does Einsteins General relativity equations require conservation of momentum?

Does this claim violate General or special relativity also?

Thanks

Duordi