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(Popular Mechanics)   Forget about flying cars and personal jetpacks, the real question is how come we don't have warp drive yet   (popularmechanics.com) divider line 52
    More: Interesting, warp speed, Miguel Alcubierre, faster than light, flying cars, theory of relativities, interstellar travel, general theory of relativities, speed of light  
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2013-01-12 01:41:14 PM  

MarkEC: I think if FTL travel is ever invented, it will be an accidental discovery. Some unknown scientist will be playing around with a new superconductor and it will vanish and reappear halfway around the world in an instant.


If anything, he'd probably end up in deep space somewhere... which would suck.  No one would realize his discovery until his body is found centuries later.  :o)
 
2013-01-12 04:09:48 PM  

Parallax: MarkEC: I think if FTL travel is ever invented, it will be an accidental discovery. Some unknown scientist will be playing around with a new superconductor and it will vanish and reappear halfway around the world in an instant.

If anything, he'd probably end up in deep space somewhere... which would suck.  No one would realize his discovery until his body is found centuries later.  :o)


Luckily victor carune will send some mice through the warp gate first... and his finger
 
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