some papers here :
Definitely seems more serious that the apparently lack of information on it let me think. Maybe nobody talks on it because there's this problem with conservation of momentum, so everybody is afraid to risk his credibility ?
some video from the inventor (still on its idea, for long years now, it's also important to notice it)
I don't know if it's real or fake, but I also know that saying that's impossible or total crap is maybe not really a scientist approach. We already know that the standard model is not perfect, it doesn't explain everything yet, and maybe also that what we think impossible is effectively impossible, but a phenomenon or a reaction let us believe that we found a propulsion mode where conservation is not respected, but in fact, but I don't know why, it is, just by another way..
also there's a FAQ :
edit again : what I said :
Q. Does the theory of the EmDrive contravene the accepted laws of physics or electromagnetic theory?
A. The EmDrive does not violate any known law of physics. The basic laws that are applied in the theory of the EmDrive operation are as follows:
Newton’s laws are applied in the derivation of the basic static thrust equation (Equation 11 in the theory paper) and have also been demonstrated to apply to the EmDrive experimentally.
The law of conservation of momentum is the basis of Newtons laws and therefore applies to the EmDrive. It is satisfied both theoretically and experimentally.
The law of conservation of energy is the basis of the dynamic thrust equation which applies to the EmDrive under acceleration,(see Equation 16 in the theory paper).
The principles of electromagnetic theory are used to derive the basic design equations.
I hope that in a few years, this will become a serious progress, instead of an error of interpretation...