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Hadron Collider could test hyperdrive


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The Large Hadron Collider could be used to test the principles behind hyperdrive populsion, a potential future technology that could one day propel a spacecraft to the planets and beyond at a significant fraction of the speed of light.

"The world's most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), could be used to test the principles behind hyperdrive, a possible future form of spacecraft propulsion that could drive spacecraft at a good fraction of the speed of light. "

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The Large Hadron Collider could be used to test the principles behind hyperdrive populsion, a potential future technology that could one day propel a spacecraft to the planets and beyond at a significant fraction of the speed of light.

I wonder what they consider significant? Double digits? >10%?

I always thought hyperdrive refered to FTL, Faster then Light, travel.

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Totally unimpressed!!! Hyperspace from what I thougt was supposed to be FASTER then the speed of light. :hmm:

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Totally unimpressed!!! Hyperspace from what I thougt was supposed to be FASTER then the speed of light. :hmm:

HELLO at this point anything faster then what were going now will be a huge step up! This my give a jump start to mars or moon bues!does anyone know when they going to test or when there getting results?

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And my wife accused ME of watching to much Star trek! :w00t:

Ya, get us out of Low Earth Orbit first, then complain about the speeds for inter planetary travel. :tu:

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Totally unimpressed!!! Hyperspace from what I thougt was supposed to be FASTER then the speed of light. :hmm:

Personally, I think that the writer actually worded the sentence incorrectly.

I still worry about particle impact (micro or otherwise) with anything related to things called "Hyperdrive". :hmm:

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Ok...Now thats so nice but it is equally important that we keep this thing out of the reach oh of the wrong hands

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HELLO at this point anything faster then what were going now will be a huge step up! This my give a jump start to mars or moon bues!does anyone know when they going to test or when there getting results?

i think we'll have to wait for the thing to be got working first.

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