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(Some Guy)   We know chemical rockets are a dead end technology for space flight, will Santa bring us something better?   (zidbits.com) divider line 3
    More: Interesting, chemical rockets, solar sail, ion engines, spaceflights, Proxima Centauri, interstellar travel, speed of light, nearest stars  
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2012-12-24 12:38:49 AM
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Article left out the flat-earth method of reaching orbit.
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2012-12-23 09:30:42 PM
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Quantum Apostrophe: All you need is a new Periodic Table of the Elements, some new forces and particles, some new magical materials, sure, why not. Other than that, you realize that we are collectively on our last gasp of easy-to-get hydrocarbon fuels? What energy source, pray tell, a real, practical one that can actually be built, will power these magical carpets to the stars?
And once you're in space, is it any less empty and deadly for all that?
Anyways, Happy Mud Ball Holidays right here on Earth, you'll never leave this place might as well enjoy it!


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2012-12-23 03:44:48 PM
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If it's some of whatever he gives those frikkin reindeer, we'll be sending home cheesy tourist pictures from Alpha Centauri inside of a year
 
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