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Physicists propose potentially groundbreaking real-life 'warp drive'


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But, but Jupiter; but, but vastness of space makes travel impossible; but, but weather balloons... what do you mean it might be possible????

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I love it when things like this make the news.  So many of the things like time travel that have been considered impossible for so long, are now considered theoretically possible.

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It may already have been built in a smaller form. It may already be being tested. If we're hearing about it now it was being worked on years ago.
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Of course, the proof is in the pudding, so unless someone actually manages to build this thing and demonstrate that it works, it will likely remain little more than a theoretical concept.

Dream on Trekkies....dream on...

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This drive is not a warp drive like envisaged in Star Trek it would be a sub light drive. 

But It would still be much faster than anything used today.

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15 hours ago, joc said:

Of course, the proof is in the pudding, so unless someone actually manages to build this thing and demonstrate that it works, it will likely remain little more than a theoretical concept.

Dream on Trekkies....dream on...

It would be true the some personalities do not handle extreme scientific endeavors (like this) very well. Rubs against their own world-view, I guess, even though it doesn't run against science at all.

Sad, really.

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