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Holy Crap: Was Terence Mckenna Right? Warp Drive Tech Started around 12-21-12 ?
05-28-2013, 08:05 PM #1
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Scientists Refine Warp-Drive Concept Using Space-Time Distortion
http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articl...ortion.htm



Scientists Refine Warp-Drive Concept Using Space-Time Distortion



First Posted: May 27, 2013 03:16 PM EDT

At the start of 2013, a research paper was submitted to the Astrophysical Journal and made public on arxiv.org about the discovery of 15 new planets, which add to the dozens of potentially habitable candidates out there. To travel to these planets in any meaningful time requires science to overcome the problem of the vast distances in the universe. Even the closest exoplanet found so far is four light years or 24 trillion miles away. Recent developments have NASA starting a laboratory called Eagleworks to develop interstellar warp drive technology. One idea they have is to create warp engine that enables faster-than-light travel. If this sounds all too Star Trek, it’s because the proposed warp drives are directly influenced by the cult sci-fi series.
05-28-2013, 08:35 PM #2
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Incredible.
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05-28-2013, 08:42 PM #3
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I'm beginning to fit in now

everything about me is warped

i drive warped

i am warped as i drive

i would have a warped Put , but i only use the driving range

what a Trek to Star in ,,, with only my warped drive to get me
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05-28-2013, 11:29 PM #4
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(05-28-2013, 08:05 PM)ULP 2.0 Wrote:  




Scientists Refine Warp-Drive Concept Using Space-Time Distortion
http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articl...ortion.htm



Scientists Refine Warp-Drive Concept Using Space-Time Distortion



First Posted: May 27, 2013 03:16 PM EDT

At the start of 2013, a research paper was submitted to the Astrophysical Journal and made public on arxiv.org about the discovery of 15 new planets, which add to the dozens of potentially habitable candidates out there. To travel to these planets in any meaningful time requires science to overcome the problem of the vast distances in the universe. Even the closest exoplanet found so far is four light years or 24 trillion miles away. Recent developments have NASA starting a laboratory called Eagleworks to develop interstellar warp drive technology. One idea they have is to create warp engine that enables faster-than-light travel. If this sounds all too Star Trek, it’s because the proposed warp drives are directly influenced by the cult sci-fi series.


Glad to see people are at least seriously considering how this might be done but I think they still don't really get it.

...they talk about the energy involved at traveling faster then light however you can't travel faster then light. All you are doing it is changing the distance you travel... hence warping space. More then one way to accomplish this but to put is simply if you can create gravity then you are warping space... vortexing magnetic field lines is one way to accomplish this and the concern they have for particle bombardment I don't think is really valid because by creating a very heavy gravity field in front of and around your ship also has the effect of shrinking your ship... if you are shortening distance then you are compressing the space within which your ship travels... so if you are the size of particle what are the odds of a particle hitting you?

I don't know why it is so hard for modern science to understand this.




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